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This `vancouver.bst' bibliographic style file (for LaTeX/BibTeX) is generated with the docstrip utility and modified manually to meet the ``Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals'' as published in N Engl J Med 1997;336:309-315. (also known as the Vancouver style)
This specification may be found on the web page of the International Committe of Medical Journal Editors:



Copyright 2004  Folkert van der Beek

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This bibliography style file is intended for texts in ENGLISH
This is a numerical citation style, and as such is standard LaTeX.
It requires no extra package to interface to the main text.
The form of the \bibitem entries is
Usage of \cite is as follows:
  \cite{key} ==>>          [#]
  \cite[chap. 2]{key} ==>> [#, chap. 2]
where # is a number determined by the ordering in the reference list.
The order in the reference list is that by which the works were originally
  cited in the text, or that in the database.

To change the reference numbering system from [1] to 1,
put the following code in the preamble:
\makeatletter % Reference list option change
\renewcommand\@biblabel[1]{#1} % from [1] to 1
\makeatother %

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Vancouver – Bibliographic style file for Biomedical Journals

This style file is generated with the docstrip utility and modified manually to meet the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals as published in N Engl J Med 1997;336:309-315 (also known as the Vancouver style). The complete set of requirements may be viewed on the ICMJE web site.

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