San Mateo, CA, June 04, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- CiteMD, a provider of next generation online citation tools, today unveiled the beta version of it's 100% web based Online Medical Reference Management Service.
CiteMD not only provides offers access to the MEDLINE database of citations and abstracts of biomedical research articles, covering over 5,000 journals published in the United States and more than 80 other countries primarily from 1950 to the present, but goes farther by providing the web software to logically store, organize, annotate and reuse medical citations, across multiple projects.
All you need is a web browser to create a free account and start building your own online database, create projects and go back to them at any time. No additional software needs to be installed to run on multiple platforms. CiteMD workspace allows users to export their projects or their entire database to their favorite spreadsheet and word processing applications.
"We have delivered the first free online solution for organizing medical references and their related subsets such as abstracts, author information and publication date" said Frank Feruch, founder and CEO of CiteMD. "Information technology is opening the door to a torrent of health care information, with CiteMD scientists and writers can capture, organize and reuse biomedical information into logical projects just using a web browser".
CiteMD's core subject is medicine but also covers fields related to medicine, such as nursing and other allied health disciplines. It also provides very full coverage of the related biomedical sciences, such as biochemistry and cell biology.