We will reopen at noon Sunday Sept. 21, 2014
DAccess restricted to Stanford unless otherwise noted
- Data explosion in radiology : Video, SUNet ID login required
- Data-driven personalized medicine Video, SUNet ID login required
- Debate on serum PSA in screening for prostate cancer Video, SUNet ID login required
- December chills and thrills Video, SUNet ID login required
- Deciphering why clonal plasma cells vanish or persist after high-dose melphalan for systemic AL amyloidosis Video, SUNet ID login required
- Decisions about Decision Support Video, SUNet ID login required
- Dermnet Skin disease atlas DatabaseContains over 23,000 images of skin disease. Images can be enlarged with a click and can be located by browsing image categories or by searching. Also includes some videos. All available for viewing without charge; high-resolution copies may be purchased or licensed for publishing purposes.
- Designing and developing a personal health record for teens with chronic illness Video, SUNet ID login required
- Designing the NIH Grant Video, SUNet ID login required
- Developmental regulation of oxygen sensing in human health and disease Video, SUNet ID login required
- "Middle-ear inflammation may be classified clinically as either acute otitis media or otitis media with effusion. Mastery of otoscopic examination techniques is necessary for accurately diagnosing otitis media and differentiating its forms. This video demonstrates how to perform an otoscopic examination and how to remove cerumen from the external auditory canal"--Website.
- Diagnosis and management of obscure GI bleeding Video, SUnet ID login required
- Diagnosis and management of thrombotic disorders in children Video, SUNet ID login required
- Diagnosis in allergy YouTube video
- Dialysis-- update on the $50 billion per year experiment Video, SUNet ID login required
- Common causes of red cell aplasia in children -- Treatment strategies for the different types of RBC aplasia -- Clinical and genetic advances in Diamond-Blackfan Syndrome -- Importance of "Registries" in advancing understanding of rare diseases.
- Dietary salt and the public health, a national conspiracy? Video, SUNet ID login required
- Digital intubation AccessSurgery
- Disaster management Video, SUNet ID login required
- Disaster planning-- how will LPCH respond to "The Big One"? Video, SUNet ID login required
- Discovering patterns of care in the 'real world' Video, SUNet ID login required
- Discovery of autoantibody biomarkers for cancer and autoimmune disease Video, Registration requiredDescribes the state of the art in identifying autoantibodies as biomarkers for cancer and autoimmune diseases using DNA microarrays, protein arrays and mass spectrometry. Webinar date: June 20, 2007.
- Disorders of hemostasis Video, SUNet ID login required
- Disparities from decreased access to specialized emergency care Video, SUNet ID login required
- Disseminated infection in an immunocompromised patient YouTube video
- Diversity and Inclusion in Academic Medicine: From Fairness to Excellence Download video (QuickTime)
- DNATube.com WebsiteRepository of videos related to scientific research, including protocols, lectures and seminars.
- Do vaccines cause that?! Video, SUNet ID login required
- Doc.com (Drexel University) Users must register with stanford.edu or stanfordmed.org email account
- Doing More with Less: Positive Outliers on Measures of Value Download video (QuickTime)
- Driving Diversity in DOMs-- Inspiration and Aggravation YouTube video
- Drug induced and autoimmune thrombocytopenia (with a focus on heparin-induced thrombocytopenia) Video, SUNet ID login required
- Drug induced sleep endoscope YouTube video
Shortcut to Licensed Content
Bookmark on other websites
- Select "Add to Favorites" (click “Continue” if you see a security alert)
- From the "Create in" menu, select “Links” (IE7) or “Favorites Bar” (IE8, IE9) to install
- Once installed it will look like this
- Click "Bookmark on Lane" to bookmark any webpage
- Your saved bookmark will appear on this page
What is it?
This shortcut (Lane proxy bookmarklet) gives you access to resources licensed by the library even when you're not coming from a Lane or a Stanford IP address.
While we'd like Lane to be your gateway to our licensed content, we recognize that links to books, articles and journals come from a variety of different sources (Google, your email, RSS reader, etc.).
When installed, it will look your browser bookmark.
At the page you would like to proxy, click the "Lane Gateway to Licensed Content" to invoke it.
If Lane licenses that content, you'll get access as if you were on campus.
How does it work?
This allows you to view the URL as though you were on campus, giving you access to materials licensed for use by the Stanford academic community.
If you're not authenticated, you'll be prompted for your SUNetID and password.
Don't see the Toolbar, Bookmarks, or Links or Favorites bar?
From the "View" menu, select "Toolbars" & choose "Bookmarks Toolbar"
From the "View" menu, choose "Show Bookmarks Bar"
From the "View" menu, choose "Always Show Bookmarks Bar"
- Right-click in a clear area near the browser address bar
- In the menu, check a box next "Links" (IE7) or "Favorites" (IE8, IE9)
- Managing IE Favorites
This shortcut (Lane proxy bookmarklet) only works with resources Lane has licensed and configured to work with our proxy server.
If invoked on a resource we do not license and/or have not yet configured, you will see an error message:
The Lane proxy server cannot complete your request because this host has not been configured properly.
We make no attempt to configure our proxy server for every resource, only those we license and for which a Stanford IP address grants access.
Drag this button onto your browser toolbar to install.
- Right click this button
- Select "Add to Favorites", click "Continue" if you see a security alert
- In "Create in" menu, select "Links" (IE7) or "Favorites Bar" (IE8, IE9) to install
Drag this button onto Safari Bookmarks bar to install.
Unless otherwise noted, SUNet ID is required on and off campus to watch the videos.