The legacy version was retired May 18th, 2020. Users of Legacy PubMed will automatically be directed to the new interface. Legacy PubMed site will be retired after October 31, 2020.
Nerdy fun fact: While Medline and PubMed are often used as interchangeable terms, they are technically not the same thing. Medline is the largest component (approximately 90%) of PubMed. More specifically, Medline is the portion of PubMed that has been indexed with MeSH (medical subject headings). You can also search the Medline file on other platforms. Alternate options for searching Medline:
LibKey Nomad is a browser extension for Google Chrome that provides instant links to full text content for articles as you do research on the web.
Nomad figures out the fastest path to library or open access content across thousands of publisher websites. Special enhancement is also
performed in-line on sites like PubMed! LIbKey is brought to you by the same folks who created Browzine.
Set up is Easy!
1. Using your Google Chrome browser, visit www.LibKeyNomad.com
2. Click "Add to Chrome"
3. Search for and select Des Moines University in the drop down menu.
Once installed, you can adjust your options/settings so LIbKey is active all the time or ony when you want the add in enabled in services like PubMed.
Back by popular demand, NLM has allowed access to the legacy version of PubMed for a while. This site will not be compatible with links to DMU library subscriptions however. But if you want to search this interface please go to: https://pmlegacy.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/