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Embase database summary sheet (dbss)

Embase™
Coverage
• Biological science relevant to human File Type
Features
• Controlled terms (Emtree drug and medical descriptors) • Drug trade names and their manufacturers • Medical device trade names and manufacturers (1998 to the present) • Approximately 80% of the records include abstracts • CAS Registry Numbers File Size
Coverage
Language
Database
Producer
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About 7,600 journals from about 70 countries (approximately 95% of file) Books, conference proceedings, and reports (approximately 5% of file) User Aids
Online Helps (HELP DIRECTORY lists all help messages available) STNGUIDE Embase Journal List is available at:Emtree Thesaurus (updated three times per year) Clusters
• ALLBIB • AUTHORS • BIOSCIENCE • CASRNS • COMPANIES • CORPSOURCE • ENVIRONMENT • FORMULATIONS • HEALTH • MEDICINE • PHARMACOLOGY • TOXICOLOGY information (PDF). Enter HELP COST at an arrow prompt (=>). January 2014
Search and Display Field Codes
The fields that allow left truncation are marked with an asterisk (*).
Search Field Name
Search Examples
product (NP), and gene number (GEN) fields, as well as CAS Registry Numbers) Author (includes editor) (6)
Device Trade Name) (1,2)
including major terms) (3)
S LINDANE+ALL/CT S CISPLATIN/CT (L) IT/CT S PANCREAS DISEASE/CT S ANIMAL EXPERIMENT/CT AND L1 Corporate Name (Manufacturer)(2,4)
Corporate Source (4,6)
Email Address (4)
Entry Date (5)
or Embase Alert (EMBAL) (5,7)
Entry Date MEDLINE (5)
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Search and Display Field Codes (cont’d)
Search Field Name
Search Examples
Publication Date (5)
Publication Year (5)
information (volume, issue, pagination, and number of references), meeting information, ISSN, ISBN, and CODEN) Update Date (5)
Update Date MEDLINE (5)
(1) Medical device trade names are available from 1998 to the present.
(2) For data after mid-1998, you can use the (L) operator to link the trade names in /CN to manufacturer names in /CO.
(3) An online thesaurus is available in this field.
(4) Search with implied (S) proximity is available in this field.
(5) Numeric search field that may be searched with numeric operators or ranges.
(6) Use (L) to link AU CS pairs.
(7) Only added to Embase records that have been added or updated after April 29, 2013.
Limiting Search Codes
Only an L-number for an answer set created in Embase may be limited.
Search Field Name
Search Examples
S L1/MAJ,ENG (2)
S L1/MAJ (3)
(1) The code may be abbreviated to the first three letters.
(2) An answer set may be limited to more than one subject area.
(3) Major terms may be searched directly in the Controlled Term (/CT) field by preceding the search term with an asterisk, e.g., S *LUNG

Super Search Fields
Enter a super search code to execute a search in one or more fields that may contain the desired information.
Super search fields facilitate crossfile and multifile searching. EXPAND may not be used with super search
fields. Use EXPAND with the individual field codes instead.
Search Field Name
Searched
Search Examples
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Controlled Term (/CT) Thesaurus
All relationship codes may be used with both the SEARCH and EXPAND command in the Controlled Term
(/CT) thesaurus.
(BT, SELF, NOTE, HNTE, RN, USE, UF, NT, RT) Keyword Terms (multiword phrases containing term) Standard (Broader, Narrower, and Related Terms) (1) Automatic relationship is SET OFF. When SET REL is ON, the result of EXPAND without any relationship code is the same as Thesaurus Field Descriptors
Description
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DISPLAY and PRINT Formats
Any combination of formats may be used to display or print answers. Multiple codes must be separated by
spaces or commas, e.g., D L1 1-5 BIB ABS; D L1 TI,AU,SO,CS,AB. The fields are displayed in the order
specified.
Hit-term highlighting is available for all searchable fields. Highlighting must be ON during SEARCH to use the HIT, HITIND, KWIC, and OCC formats. Examples
CN (TN) (1)
Copyright MEDLINE (for unique MEDLINE records only) Entry Date (includes ED.FIR information when available) ED.FIR (1,2)
Entry Date First Appeared in Embase or Embase Alert (EMBAL) includes ED (UP) FTDOI (2)
International Standard (Document) Number AN, TI, AU, CS, SO, PB, PUI, CY, DT, FS, NCT, LA, SL, ED (UP), AB, CT, ST, AN, TI, AU, CS, SO, PB, PUI, CY, DT, FS, NCT, LA, SL, ED (UP) (BIB is the January 2014
DISPLAY and PRINT Formats (cont’d)
Examples
SCAN (1,3)
TI, CT, ST, RN, CN, NP, CO, GEN (random display without answer numbers) (TRI,FREE,
SAM) (1)
HITIND (1)
Hit term with 20 words on either side (KeyWord-In-Context) Number of occurrences of hit terms and fields in which they occur (1) No online display fee for this format.
(2) Custom display only.
(3) SCAN must be specified on the command line, i.e., D SCAN or DISPLAY SCAN.
SELECT, ANALYZE, and SORT Fields
The SELECT command is used to create E-numbers containing terms taken from the specified field in an
answer set.
The ANALYZE command is used to create an L-number containing terms taken from the specified field in an answer set. The SORT command is used to rearrange the search results in either alphabetic or numeric order of the specified field(s). ANALYZE/
Field Name
Field Code
SELECT (1)
Entry Date First Appeared in Embase or Embase Alert (EMBAL) International Standard (Document) Number January 2014
SELECT, ANALYZE, and SORT Fields (cont’d)
ANALYZE/
Field Name
Field Code
SELECT (1)
(1) HIT may be used to restrict terms extracted to terms that match the search expression used to create the answer set, e.g., SEL HIT
(2) Appends /BI to the terms created by SELECT.
(3) SELECT HIT and ANALYZE HIT are not valid with this field.
(4) Extracts the first author, publication year, volume, and first page with a truncation symbol appended and /RE appended to the terms
(5) Selects or analyzes ISSN, ISBN, and CODEN with /ISN appended to the terms created by SELECT.
(6) Appends /JT to the terms created by SELECT.
(7) Selects or analyzes ISSN, ISBN, and CODEN with /SO appended to the terms created by SELECT.
(8) Appends /DT to the terms created by SELECT.
Sample Records

DISPLAY IALL

ACCESSION NUMBER: 2013381779 EMBASE Full-text
TITLE: Treatment of elderly patients with uncomplicated
diverticulitis, even with comorbidity, at home.
AUTHOR: Rodriguez-Cerrillo, Matilde (correspondence); Poza-Montoro,
Ana; Fernandez-Diaz, Eddita; Matesanz-David, Mayra;
Inurrieta Romero, Amaia
CORPORATE SOURCE: Hospital Al Home Unit, Hospital Clinico San Carlos, C/Prof.
Martin Lagos, s/n, 28040 Madrid, Spain. matilderodriguez@gm
ail.com
SOURCE: European Journal of Internal Medicine, (July 2013) Vol. 24,
No. 5, pp. 430-432.
Refs: 12
ISSN: 0953-6205; E-ISSN: 1879-0828 CODEN: EJIMEJ
PUBLISHER: Elsevier, P.O. Box 211, Amsterdam, 1000 AE, Netherlands.
PUBLISHER IDENT.: S 0953-6205(13)00100-3
COUNTRY: Netherlands
DOCUMENT TYPE: Journal; Article
FILE SEGMENT: 006 Internal Medicine
020 Gerontology and Geriatrics
037 Drug Literature Index
048 Gastroenterology
LANGUAGE: English
SUMMARY LANGUAGE: English
ENTRY DATE: Entered Embase: 27 Jun 2013
Last Updated on Embase: 27 Jun 2013
First Entered Embase or Embase Alert: 30 Apr 2013
ABSTRACT:
Background Elderly patients with uncomplicated diverticulitis are usually hospitalized. The aim of this study is to compare the outcomes of elderly patients with uncomplicated diverticulitis who were treated at home versus traditional Hospitalization. Methods Prospective study from March 2011 to September 2012 including patients over 70 years with uncomplicated January 2014
diverticulitis admitted to Hospital at Home Unit and to Conventional Hospitalization from the Emergency Department. Patients with β-lactam allergy or who required admission to Conventional Hospitalization for other pathology were excluded. All patients were given intravenous antibiotic. Patients transferred to Hospital at Home stayed 24 h in the Observation Ward within the Emergency Department prior to discharge. Characteristics and outcomes of patients are analyzed. Results 34 patients were treated at home and 18 in hospital. Mean age was similar in both groups (77 vs 79). The oldest patient treated at home was 90 years old. 64% of patients treated in Hospital at Home had comorbidity vs 68% in Conventional Hospitalization. 11% of patients treated at home were diabetic. Thickening colonic wall was present in 100% of patients. 38% of patients treated at home had free fluid vs 42% treated in Hospital. All patients had a good clinical evolution. None of the patients treated at home was transferred to Hospital. Home treatment was associated with a cost reduction of 1368 euros per patient. Conclusions Treatment at home of elderly patients with uncomplicated diverticulitis is as safe and effective as treatment in Hospital, even if patient has comorbidity. .COPYRGT. 2013 European Federation of Internal Medicine. CONTROLLED TERM: Medical Descriptors: aged article chronic kidney failure clinical article *comorbidity diabetes mellitus disease course *diverticulitis: DT, drug therapy emergency ward female heart disease *home care hospital admission hospital discharge hospitalization human male outcome assessment professional practice prospective study *senescence treatment duration CONTROLLED TERM: Drug Descriptors: amoxicillin plus clavulanic acid: DT, drug therapy amoxicillin plus clavulanic acid: PO, oral drug administration antibiotic agent: DT, drug therapy antibiotic agent: IV, intravenous drug administration beta lactam: EC, endogenous compound ertapenem: DT, drug therapy SUPPLEMENTARY TERM: Diverticulitis; Ertapenem; Hospital at home CAS REGISTRY NO.: (amoxicillin plus clavulanic acid) 74469-00-4, 79198-29-1; (ertapenem) 153773-82-1, 153832-38-3, 153832-46-3 January 2014
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Embase
DISPLAY TRIAL

TI Controlled multiplex PCR of enterotoxigenic Clostridium perfringens
strains in food samples.
CT Medical Descriptors:
article
bacterial infection: DI, diagnosis
bacterium culture
clinical trial
*clostridium perfringens
controlled study
food
food contamination
*food poisoning: DI, diagnosis
gene
immunodiffusion
meat
nonhuman
nucleotide sequence
*polymerase chain reaction
priority journal
standard
CT Drug Descriptors:
alpha toxin
ampli taq
bacterial DNA
DNA polymerase
enterotoxin
unclassified drug
RN (DNA polymerase) 37217-33-7
CN (1) ampli taq
CO (1) Perkin Elmer (Germany)
NP (1) ABI 373A; (2) ABI 380A
CO (1) Applied Biosystems (Germany) ; (2) Applied Biosystems (Germany)
GEN EMBL M98037 referred number
DISPLAY of a Conference Review

AN 0050779249 EMBASE
TI Abstracts Presented at the 31st Annual Meeting of the Arthroscopy
Association of North America.
SO Arthroscopy - Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgery, (June 2012)
Vol. 28, No. 6, Supp. SUPPL. 1. Abstract Number: SS-01.
Meeting Info: 31st Annual Meeting of the Arthroscopy Association of North
America. Orlando, FL, United States. 17 May 2012-19 May 2012
ISSN: 0749-8063
PB W.B. Saunders.
DT Journal; Conference; (Conference Review)
FS CONF
LA English
ED Entered STN: Sep 2012
Last Updated on STN: Sep 2012
AB The proceedings contain 77 papers. The topics discussed include: arthroscopic
treatment of labral tears in acetabular dysplasia: the role of the tonnis angle and its
effect on the outcomes; osteoplasty for cam type impingement is more accurate when
performed open than arthroscopic; traction injury risk in hip arthroscopy-duration or
amount? an intraoperative nerve monitoring study; arthroscopic iliopsoas tendon release
in the treatment of internal snapping hip; hip arthroscopy in the older patient; full
arthroscopic TFCC repair: seven years experience and comparison of two methods;
arthroscopic wrist debridement and radial styloidectomy for late-stage scapholunate
advanced collapse wrist; arthroscopic tennis elbow release: outcomes correlated to
associated lesions; arthroscopic tennis elbow release: outcomes correlated to associated
lesions; and osteochondral lesions of the talus: a ten-year prospective clinical
experience.
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EXPAND in /CT field (Subheadings included)

=> E LUNG EMBOLISM/CT

E# FREQUENCY AT TERM
-- --------- -- ----
E1 23 LUNG EMBOLECTOMY/CT
E2 1 LUNG EMBOLECTOMY: TH, THERAPY/CT
E3 23854 27 --> LUNG EMBOLISM/CT
E4 4 LUNG EMBOLISM: CN, CONGENITAL DISORDER/CT
E5 5231 LUNG EMBOLISM: CO, COMPLICATION/CT
E6 5809 LUNG EMBOLISM: DI, DIAGNOSIS/CT
E7 223 LUNG EMBOLISM: DM, DISEASE MANAGEMENT/CT
E8 14 LUNG EMBOLISM: DR, DRUG RESISTANCE/CT
E9 5032 LUNG EMBOLISM: DT, DRUG THERAPY/CT
E10 706 LUNG EMBOLISM: EP, EPIDEMIOLOGY/CT
E11 1190 LUNG EMBOLISM: ET, ETIOLOGY/CT
E12 2380 LUNG EMBOLISM: PC, PREVENTION/CT
EXPAND in /CT Thesaurus

=> E JOINT INJURY+ALL/CT

E1 0 BT5 emtree thesaurus/CT
E2 1 BT4 physical diseases, disorders and abnormalities/CT
E3 18 BT3 physical disease by anatomical structure/CT
E4 9649 BT2 musculoskeletal disease/CT
E5 8465 BT1 arthropathy/CT
E6 0 BT5 emtree thesaurus/CT
E7 1 BT4 physical diseases, disorders and abnormalities/CT
E8 3 BT3 physical disease by etiology and pathogenesis/CT
E9 110813 BT2 injury/CT
E10 0 BT5 emtree thesaurus/CT
E11 1 BT4 physical diseases, disorders and abnormalities/CT
E12 18 BT3 physical disease by anatomical structure/CT
E13 9649 BT2 musculoskeletal disease/CT
E14 1667 BT1 musculoskeletal injury/CT
E15 1383 --> joint injury/CT
HNTE Creation date 01 JAN 1984
E16 0 UF articular trauma/CT
E17 0 UF bone joint injury/CT
E18 0 UF joint trauma/CT
E19 2404 NT1 ankle injury/CT
E20 99 NT2 ankle dislocation/CT
E21 1744 NT2 ankle fracture/CT
E22 524 NT3 malleolus fracture/CT
E23 621 NT3 talus fracture/CT
E24 2089 NT1 dislocation/CT
E25 535 NT2 acromioclavicular dislocation/CT
E26 99 NT2 ankle dislocation/CT
E31 1661 NT2 joint dislocation/CT
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