Posts in the ‘NEJM Archive’ Category

The NEJM Archive is a vital resource for teaching and research. With over 150,000 articles, 8,657 issues, 478,000 pages, 85,316 images, and 610,000 references an array of search, filter, and sort features, the NEJM Archive makes it easy to find what you're looking for quickly. Articles are fully searchable, tabbed for easy access, and available as PDFs (1812-1944) or full-text HTML (1945-1989) with downloadable graphics. You can browse and sort articles using search filters; search the entire Archive by specialty, topic, or article type; and filter search results for greater precision. Archive access is available by subscription or pay-per-view. We've provided free access to the articles referenced in posts below.

A History of Superbugs

Posted by Karen Buckley • December 16th, 2010

In his Perspective article, “NDM-1 – A Cause for Worldwide Concern,” Dr. Robert Moellering from Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center says we should all be wary of NDM-1, the most recently reported superbug. Some of NDM-1′s organisms are resistant to all antimicrobial agents except the polymyxins, a trait that he says… Read More…

The Knife and the Cutting Edge

Posted by Rena Xu • July 29th, 2010

The NEJM Archive is a vital resource for teaching and research. With over 150,000 articles, 8,657 issues, 478,000 pages, 85,316 images, and 610,000 references an array of search, filter, and sort features, the NEJM Archive makes it easy to find what you’re looking for quickly. Articles are fully searchable, tabbed for easy access, and available… Read More…

The History of AIDS: Past Battles in an Ongoing War

Posted by Rena Xu • July 29th, 2010

The NEJM Archive is a vital resource for teaching and research. With over 150,000 articles, 8,657 issues, 478,000 pages, 85,316 images, and 610,000 references an array of search, filter, and sort features, the NEJM Archive makes it easy to find what you’re looking for quickly. Articles are fully searchable, tabbed for easy access, and available… Read More…