Embase is an index to biomedical literature. It is available on a number of different platforms. At University of Bath, we subscribe to the Embase.com platform, which gives access to the following databases:
By default you will search across all three databases, but you can select an individual database to search.
You may wish to search Embase and Embase classic via the Embase.com interface and search MEDLINE via the PubMed interface. To do this, first perform your search then on the results page look for a link to 'Sources'. Check the appropriate boxes and click search.
You can use Embase.com to search 8,500 journals from over 95 countries: this includes MEDLINE content. There are approximately 3000 indexed journals unique to Embase. It also contains about 2.3 million conference abstracts indexed from more than 7,000 conferences dating from 2009.
More information including a full list of journal and conference coverage is available on the Elsevier website.
Embase contains 'bibliographic details' i.e. authors, titles, journal reference and abstracts, plus additional keywords added by the indexers. It doesn't contain the full text of articles so you are not searching the full text. It provide links to University of Bath Library subscriptions for you to view the full text.