Professional Literature Resources - for health professionals

The following descriptions refer to the online search engines that make it possible to find professional literature by requested keyword. Using databases of literature is essential in the daily work of all health professionals. The instructions usually allow for an appropriate use of the databases, even if the user has limited experience.
CureHunter engine.
CureHunter is fully integrated scientific search, data retrieval and analysis engine on the web that can read the entire US National Library of Medicine Medline Archive and automatically extract and quantify the evidence for successful clinical outcomes of all known drugs for all known human diseases.
Quite good, although not large database of literature. Its advantage is the overall free availability. You can use it in the absence of positive results in the searching in other databases .
Search engine similar to Thieme-Connect. Helps search for specific first journal and then the desired professional article.
Search engine of journals and specialist magazines for those involved in medicine and biological sciences. By combining listed items you can continue search for the desired literature. For the tenacious. The majority of literature in German.
The database is far smaller than others, but there is a lot of European literature inside. Recommended for quick search of new entries. Fairly frequently updated.
Quite poor in information, but very quick literature search engine.
A good search engine. Very easy to use and what is important - does not require registration
Cochrane database
Cochrane database requires registration and login process. Good database, operating in many languages.
A fairly good medical literature database, containing almost a quarter of a million items. Particularly useful for searching of professional journals (over 530 titles).
Sciencelinks – A Japanese multi-lingual service for the demanding. Useful links at the bottom of the screen to more than 100 pages related to health institutions, including databases. It is more of a base of links to useful sites in the collection of information rather than a scientific literature search engine.
Highwire - a search engine developed by the Stanford University in California. A leading solution with enormous possibilities.
It is an interesting engine that allows signed-up users to browse the MEDLINE database of drugs and drug interactions(requires registration).
Google Scholar
A free search engine that uses search technology similar to the widely known Google Search. However, it is dedicated to searching the scientific literature and more.
Excellent, non-profit database medical articles. Not only finds the right sets of literature, but also the number of citations, including the desired phrase. Additionally, you can see where articles were published, when and who is their author.
Central database PubMed.