Barnard Classification of library books

 

  • A. REFERENCE
    • A. Encyclopedias
    • AA. Dictionaries
    • AB. Scientific and medical dictionaries
    • AC. Directories
    • AR. Education, Teaching

  • B. NATURAL SCIENCE
    • BA. Scientific literature
    • BB. Statistics
    • BC. Chemistry
      • BCB. Biochemistry
      • BCC. Clinical chemistry
    • BD-BF. Nutrition, Malnutrition
    • BI. Microscopy
    • BJ. Biology
      • BJC. Molecular biology
      • BJS. Evolution
      • BJT. Genetics
      • BJX. Ecology
    • BK. Botany
    • BL. Zoology
    • BM. Anatomy
    • BN. Histology
    • BQ. Physiology

  • C. INTERNAL MEDICINE
    • CBA. Medical education
    • CBE. Medical ethics
    • CBN. General practice
    • CBP. Group practice
    • CBX. Nursing, Community health care
    • CZ. Traditional medicine, Medicinal plants

  • D. HISTORY OF MEDICINE

  • E. EPIDEMIOLOGY, DEMOGRAPHY
    • EA. Disease ecology
    • EB. Epidemiology
    • EC. Disease surveillance
    • EH. Demography
    • EK-EL. Mortality
    • EP-ET. Medical geography
    • EV. Human ecology

  • G. TOXICOLOGY
    • GK. Food poisoning
    • GL. Venomous animals

  • H. IMMUNOLOGY, INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    • H-HD. Immunology
    • HG. Immunolodiagnosis, Serology
    • HI. Vaccination
    • HW. Infectious diseases

  • I. MYCOLOGY, MYCOSES

  • J. MICROBIOLOGY, BACTERIOLOGY
    • JC. Mycobacteria, Tuberculosis
    • JD. Leprosy
    • JI. Gonorrhea
    • JJ. Bacterial meningitis
    • JK. Cholera
    • JM. Tetanus
    • JN. Plague
    • JP. Brucellosis
    • JS. Salmonelloses
    • JX. Treponematoses
    • JYC. Lyme disease
    • JZ. Leptospiroses

  • K. VIROLOGY
    • KA-KF. Rickettsioses
    • KG. Chlamydia
    • KGJ. Trachoma
    • KI. Smallpox
    • KK. Rabies
    • KP. Arboviral diseases
    • KPA. Yellow fever
    • KPD. Dengue
    • KPH. Hemorrhagic fever
    • KQ. Encephalitis
    • KR. Retroviruses
    • KRC. HIV, AIDS
    • KS. Hepatitis
    • KT. Poliomyelitis

  • L. GENERAL PARASITOLOGY
  • LA. PROTOZOOLOGY
    • LC. Babesiasis
    • LCT. Theileriasis
    • LD. Coccidiasis
    • LDC. Cryptosporidiasis
    • LDP. Pneumocystosis
    • LE. Toxoplasmosis
    • LF. Malaria
    • LL. Amebiasis
    • LN. Sleeping sickness
    • LNX. Animal trypanosomiasis
    • LP. Chagas' disease
    • LQ. Leishmaniasis
    • LV. Giardiasis, Trichomoniasis

  • M. HELMINTHOLOGY
    • MH. Schistosomiasis
    • MK. Echinococcosis, Cysticercosis
    • MQ. Ascariasis
    • MQS. Strongyloidiasis
    • MR. Ankylostomiasis
    • MS. Filariases
    • MU. Onchocerciasis
    • MV. Trichinelliasis
    • MW. Angistrongyloidiasis

  • N. ENTOMOLOGY
    • NB. Ectoparasites
    • NC. Vector-borne diseases
    • ND. Vector control
    • NDI. Insecticides
    • NDY. Biological control
    • NG. Mites
    • NGT. Ticks
    • NK. Bugs
    • NL. Flies
    • NO. Mosquitoes
    • NP. Simuliidae
    • NT. Tsetse flies

  • O. INTERMEDIATE HOSTS

  • P. PATHOLOGY, HEMATOLOGY
    • PM. Cancer
    • PY. HEMATOLOGY
      • PYB. Blood groups
      • PYE. Blood transfusion
      • PYH. Anemia
        • PYHR. Hemoglobinopathies
        • PYHS. Sickle cell anemia
        • PYK. Nutritional anemias

  • Q. DIAGNOSIS
    • QD. Clinical medicine
    • QH-QM. Laboratory medicine
    • QR. Radiology, Ultrasound

  • R. PHARMACOLOGY, THERAPEUTICS
    • RJ. Pharmacology, Pharmacopeias
    • RN. Therapeutics, Chemotherapy
    • RNA. Clinical trials
    • RNR. Drug resistance
    • RS. Drug supply & supply

  • S. HYGIENE, PUBLIC HEALTH
    • SA-SC. Environmental hygiene
    • SD. Water hygiene & sanitation
    • SJA. Disaster relief, Refugee care
    • SO. Public health
      • SOA. Organizations, Interventions
      • SOB. Health information
      • SOC. Health evaluation
      • SOCA. Health research
      • SOD. Health economics
      • SOE. Health financing, Insurance
      • SOF. Health manpower
      • SOG. Hospitals, Health centers
      • SOH. Health education
      • SON. Medical sociology, Anthropology
      • SOP. Migrants health
    • SP. Preventive medicine
    • SPA. Disinfection
    • SPZ. Hospital infections
    • SQQ. Health care for disabled
    • SQR. Occupational health
    • SS. Travel health
    • ST. Urban health
    • SW. Naval health

  • U. MEDICAL SPECIALTIES
    • UB-UBR. Tropical medicine
    • UH. Cardiology
    • UI. Neurology
    • UJ. Psychiatry
    • UK. Ophthalmology
    • UL. Oto-rhino-laryngology
    • UO. Respiratory diseases
    • UP. Gastroenterology
    • UPT. Enteric infections, Diarrheal diseases
    • UQ. Endocrinology
    • UR. Dermatology
    • US. Urology
    • UT. Sexology
      • UTH. Fertility
      • UTT. Family planning
      • UTU. Sexually transmitted diseases
    • UV. Gynecology
    • UW. Obstetrics
      • UWB. Midwives
      • UWE. Mother and child health
    • UX. Pediatrics

  • V. SURGERY
    • VG. Anesthesia

  • W. ORAL HEALTH

  • X. VETERINARY SCIENCES
    • XBM. Anatomy
    • XC. Veterinary medicine
    • XCZ. Traditional veterinary medicine
    • XE. Epizootiology
    • XH. Immunology
    • XHW. Infectious diseases
    • XJ. Microbiology
    • XK. Virology
    • XL. Parasitology
    • XLA. Protozoology
    • XM. Helminthology
    • XN. Entomology
    • XO. Zoonoses
    • XP-XQ. Laboratory diagnosis
    • XS. Hygiene
    • XSB. Farm buildings
    • XSP. Milk production and hygiene
    • XSQ. Meat production and hygiene
    • XW. Animal husbandry
    • XWD. Nutrition, Pastures
      • XXB. Cattle
      • XXN. Small ruminants
      • XXO. Pigs
      • XXU. Poultry
      • XXW. Bees
      • YXY. Fisheries
      • XXZ. Wild animals
    • XZ. Laboratory animals

  • Y. AGRICULTURE
    • YA. Agriculture
    • YC. Field crops
    • YEP. Rangeland, Pastures
    • YH. Pest control

  • Z. GEOGRAPHY, SOCIOLOGY ...
    • ZB. Geography
    • ZI-ZR. Anthropology
    • ZV-ZVL. Sociology
    • ZVM. Development
    • ZVN. Appropriate technology
    • ZVO. Economics
    • ZVU. Management
    • ZY. Population issues