Medoodle - the international medical network and community

  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
Home

Welcome to Medoodle

The international medical community and professional network

...based on the popular Radiology community Radiolopolis...

The All-Around-Medicine Community

The purpose of this medical community is to create a possibility, where most of the needs of physicians, residents, medicals students, physician assistants, nurses, technologists and industry can be melted within one central medical network. It is based on a "taking and giving" principle, where you share your knowledge and others do the same.


Some features:

  • Share cases and your knowledge
  • Ask professionals for their opinion - in public or in private
  • Find people with similar interests, create new connections and expand your professional network
  • Discuss medical topics in dedicated forums - from residency to practice
  • Prepare for the USMLE / medical baords
  • Find tutorials and eLearning material
  • Share your images, videos, teaching files and lectures
  • Simplify your research and find partners worldwide
  • Create or join research and study groups
  • General and medical specific search engines
  • Read medical news from multiple subspecialties
  • Publishing case reports (cooperation with the JRCR)
  • Helpful tools for your daily work (calculators, case tracker, clinical, research tools, etc.)
  • ...and much more...
The best: IT'S FREE!


Medical jobs, Medical career, Medical job market
Over 50,000 available jobs for physicians, nurses & other health care professionals!
What? (Job title, keywords or company name)Where? (City, state or zip - optional)





Latest Medical News



Get more news and latest publications
Dietary quality and its structural relationships among equivalent income, emotional well-being, and a five-year subjective health in Japanese middle-aged urban dwellers
Conclusion: This study suggests that it is necessary to support the improvement of dietary quality in middle age by considering the characteristics of sex and age group and also by providing supportive environment to enhance emotional well-being based on equivalent income, cooperating different field professionals to provide such as employment or community support program.
(Source: BioMed Central)

MedWorm Sponsor Message: Directory of the best January Sales in the UK. Find the best Christmas presents too.


Exogenous 17-β estradiol administration blunts progression of established angiotensin II-induced abdominal aortic aneurysms in female ovariectomized mice
Conclusions: E2 administration to Ovx females abolished progressive growth and decreased severity of AngII-induced AAAs. These effects were accompanied by increased SMC α-actin, elevated TGF-β, and reduced neutrophils. Similarly, E2 administration reduced AngII-induced atherosclerosis. These results suggest that loss of E2 in post-menopausal females may contribute to progressive growth of AAAs.
(Source: BioMed Central)

Ambiguity and variability of database and software names in bioinformatics
Conclusions: Our analyses show that identification of mentions of databases and tools is a challenging task that cannot be achieved by relying on current manually-curated resource repositories. Although machine learning shows improvement and promise (primarily in precision), more contextual information needs to be taken into account to achieve a good degree of accuracy.
(Source: BioMed Central)

Perceptions of cancer clinical research among African American men in North Carolina.
CONCLUSION: Findings indicate the importance of clinical trials education in both traditional provider referral to trials and also in general patient navigation. To dispel pervasive misapprehension regarding placebos, clinical trials information should emphasize the role of standard care in modern cancer treatment trials. Many participants described willingness to participate in a trial upon physician recommendation, suggesting merit in improving patient-physician communication through culturally competent terminology and trial referral systems. PMID: 26113749 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
(Source: Journal of the National Medical Association)

EliadesTheodoreResearch Method in Orthodontics: A Guide to Understanding Orthodontic Research2013SpringerBerlin-HeidelbergNumber of Pages: 211. Number of Illustrations: 63. Hard Bound: Dec 2014, ISBN 978-3-642-31376-9
Publication date: Available online 28 June 2015 Source:Medical Journal Armed Forces India Author(s): Mohit Sharma , Amit Kumar Bansal
(Source: Medical Journal Armed Forces India)

Understanding healthcare practices in superdiverse neighbourhoods and developing the concept of welfare bricolage: Protocol of a cross-national mixed-methods study
This study offers the potential to contribute to a deeper understanding of how residents in superdiverse neighbourhoods deal with health and healthcare in everyday practices. The findings will inform governmental authorities, formal and informal healthcare providers how to further refine health services and how to achieve equitable access in diverse population groups.
(Source: BioMed Central)

MedWorm Sponsor Message: Directory of the best January Sales in the UK. Find the best Christmas presents too.


Physical exercise training for cystic fibrosis.
CONCLUSIONS: Evidence about the efficacy of physical exercise training in cystic fibrosis from 13 small studies with low to moderate methodological quality is limited. Exercise training is already part of regular outpatient care offered to most people with cystic fibrosis, and since there is some evidence for beneficial effects on aerobic fitness and no negative side effects exist, there is no reason to actively discourage this. The benefits from including physical exercise training in an individual's regular care may be influenced by the type and duration of the training programme. High quality randomised controlled trials are needed to comprehensively assess the benefits of exercise programmes in people with cystic fibrosis and the relative benefits of the addition of aerobic versus anae...

The management of opiate use disorders in France: results of an observational survey of general practitioners
Conclusions: The results of this study suggest that a large number of GPs now treat patients with opiate use disorders and that doctors appear to be convinced of the benefits of opioid-agonist therapy and have overcome their initial concerns. This represents a significant change in practice patterns since the introduction of opioid-agonist treatments in France.
(Source: BioMed Central)

Unusual presentations of extraocular cysticercosis: A clinical challenge to the ophthalmologists
Publication date: Available online 28 June 2015 Source:Medical Journal Armed Forces India Author(s): Sudheer Verma , A.K. Das , Somnath Pan
(Source: Medical Journal Armed Forces India)

Synthetic Extracellular Microenvironment for Modulating Stem Cell Behaviors.
Authors: Chandra P, Lee SJ Abstract The innate ability of stem cells to self-renew and differentiate into multiple cell types makes them a promising source for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine applications. Their capacity for self-renewal and differentiation is largely influenced by the combination of physical, chemical, and biological signals found in the stem cell niche, both temporally and spatially. Embryonic and adult stem cells are potentially useful for cell-based approaches; however, regulating stem cell behavior remains a major challenge in their clinical use. Most of the current approaches for controlling stem cell fate do not fully address all of the complex signaling pathways that drive stem cell behaviors in their natural microenvironments. To overcome this...


Get more news and latest publications




Latest activities on Medoodle

 


Add your comments


 

Online Users

We have currently 24 guests online
Join us, too!

Show All

Latest Members

Active Groups

    No active groups.

All groups

Medical Cases

JoomlaWatch Stats 1.2.9 by Matej Koval

Random links

DKFZ Heidelberg 
International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology 
Norwegian Society of Radiology 
On-line Journal of Cardiac Ultrasound 
SFR 

Medical Video


Heterotopic Ossification in a Newborn
Newborn infant with an unusual complication of an infiltrated intravenous catheter: heterotopic ossification in a newborn. Axial CT image of the foot demonstrating the large region of heterotopic ossification at the dorsum of the foot anterior to the talus. Mineralization is most notable at the periphery of the mass. This is a video from an article published in the Journal of Radiology Case Reports. (Title: An unusual manifestation of acute appendicitis with left flank pain) The full text article with interactive features can be accessed for free at: www.radiologycases.com More...

Radiology Museum

active galaxies and quasars
active galaxies and quasars
All categories || All albums

JRCR latest issue

Journal of
Radiology Case Reports

The first peer reviewed and interactive Radiology journal.

Current issue of the Journal of Radiology Case Reports
Fast review - Open access - Free
Submit manuscript

Interactive Cases

Latest Comments

ECG Course 1
the videos are not working for me what should I do...
Colour Video Scan Tr...
What is the purpose of this scanning technology? W...
ventricular extrasys...
This is a good demonstration of pvcs. i found some...
Getting ready to mov...
Great quality. Looks like it has great potential
Getting ready to mov...
Wow! This is exciting! I'll definitely check this ...

Newsflash

Gallery categories

Gallery Categories

{loadposition gallerycategories}