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If one will accept an end around kind of solution, this search may be a
useful alternative approach in Google and Google Scholar:


("allow natural death" OR "do not resuscitate") and pubmed

and also in Scirus


<http://www.scirus.com/srsapp/search?q=%28%22allow+natural+
death%22+OR+%22do+not+resuscitate%22%29+and+pubmed&t=all&sort=0&g=s>


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On Wed, 14 Jul 2010, Emily Eresuma wrote:

> Hi Knowledgeable Listserv Members,
>
> I had a patron call and ask this question about searching a phrase. I looked up the question in PubMed help but was not satisfied with the answer. We used quotations and the [tw] but it stills seams to automatic term map.
>
> He would like to search the phrases "Do Not Resuscitate" and "Allow Natural Death" to see how often the phrase shows up in citations each year progressing to the present year. However, when we search the phrase it splits the word up and searches with the automatic term mapping. Any techniques you know of to search phrases in PubMed would be helpful.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Emily
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