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Martin J. London, M.D., Professor in Residence, UCSF Anesthesia

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Introduction

Cardiac Anesthesia

Cardiac Surgery

Cardiology

Perfusion CPB

Echo (General)

Echo (TEE)

Monitoring

Practice Parameters

Med Ed: Anatomy

Med Ed: Physiology

Med Ed: Pathology

Thoracic

Vascular

Organizations

Journals

Textbooks

Research

MJL/UCSF Echo Web

Searching for?

Freebies

Geeky Computer Stuff

Get a Life!

References/Bibliography

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The one hitch is that all of these sites display some sort of advertising, some more intrusive than others. There are limits on web space but most of them are very generous with the megabytes. I've listed the sites that I have staked out in cyberspace. There were ones that had relatively hassle-free registration and seem to work well. Finally, be sure to check out the superstore of free stuff on the web: Freesite.com. They keep up-to-date on all of the free websites and software available.

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This is a new one I found that is interesting given that its web building tools seem to be pretty unique. They are java based so they can be very slow but there are lots of options to choose from. It is geared for evil PC people, even offering a downloadable off-line editing program. However, there is an "express" version (on-line only) for us superior macintosh beings. Give it a try.

                                               

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