Thieme MedOne Neurosurgery is an online platform of neurosurgery eBooks, journals, procedures, cases, follow-up tips, images and videos.
Key features of MedOne Neurosurgery include 275 Neurosurgery and Spine Surgery eBooks, Thieme's 4 Neurosurgery Journals, 418 surgical procedures providing step-by-step instructions on core techniques, 225 cases with associated Q&A, and over 95,000 images, videos and audio in the Media Center - all downloadable to PowerPoint.
The below video provides an introduction to Thieme MedOne Neurosurgery.
Resources available from MedOne Neurosurgery include:
Create a personal account with MedOne to access the site from home, create playlists, pin content to your personal homepage, and use the mobile app.
To create a personal account:
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you require assistance.
The MedOne App provides mobile access to all the content on the MedOne Neurosurgery database.
Follow step by step instructions below.
Searching & Filtering
MedOne offers sophisticated search functionality across all of its content. To begin, simply enter your desired search term in the search bar at the top of the page.
Search filters allow for simple narrowing of searches to specific formats, such as eBooks, or specific format.
Alternatively, if browsing eBooks, MedOne allows for filtering by title, author/editor, alphabetical listing, and publication date.
MedOne also allows for searching directly within an eBook or eJournal. Simply use the search bar that appears directly above the content.
MedOne provides resources for students, Supporting studies and exam preparations
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