SURGERYFINDIT.COM and Convera(R) Launch Vertical Search Site for Surgeons

MONTVALE, N.J., June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Contemporary Surgery, a leader in the delivery of information dedicated to enhancing the surgeon's practice, has announced the launch of a new search engine tool: SURGERYFINDIT.COM (http://www.SURGERYFINDIT.COM).

As part of Contemporary Surgery's continued commitment to provide general surgeons with a wealth of peer-reviewed, practical clinical data and practice information, Contemporary Surgery has partnered with Convera(R) to create this powerful and highly specialized vertical search tool.

SURGERYFINDIT.COM delivers editorially selected Web site searches to the user. Extraneous and unrelated sites have been edited out to yield tightly targeted search results tailored to the interests and needs of surgeons. Searches initiated through SURGERYFINDIT.COM will direct searches on surgical resources such as associations, peer-reviewed journals, medical schools and major medical centers, and suppliers of surgical devices.

Contemporary Surgery is published by Dowden Health Media.

Dowden Health Media, a division of Lebhar-Friedman, Inc., is a full-service healthcare communications company that specializes in high-quality communication with physicians, advanced practice clinicians, and consumers. Its highly respected, peer-reviewed journals reach more than 300,000 physicians and clinicians in surgery, psychiatry, family practice, internal medicine and obstetrics/gynecology.

Convera(R) Corporation (Nasdaq: CNVR) is the leading provider of vertical search services for trade publishers and manages the vertical search sites of a growing number of specialist publishers around the world.

SOURCE Dowden Health Media

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