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American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (ACVECC) Diplomate Library Benefit

Effective 4.24.2019 all new registrations for MSL Affiliates for this group have been suspended.

All reference and literature searching has been suspended. 

For the near future we will continue to provide requested information from journals, proceedings and books to those registered prior to 4.23.2019.


Update: 3 June 2019

Thank you for your patience while we actively work toward a solution.

The Get It For Me article and chapter delivery service is operating for those registered prior to 4.23.2019.  Registration remains temporarily suspended for new registrants.

The literature search and reference services remain temporarily suspended.

Updates on these services for private practitioners will be announced as they are available.

Article and Book Chapter Delivery Service Instructions

1.  Go to

2.  Click the MSL Affiliate Login link.

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3.  If you have not registered yet, click First Time Users.

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4.  Read the registration information page and click the First Time Users Register Here link. NOTE: When you click through this page you agree to the terms and conditions listed.

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5.  Fill in the Personal Information. All fields denoted with * are required. Choose ACVECC member as both your Status and Affiliation. Click Submit Information.

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1.  Go to

2.  Click MSL Affiliate Login. Logon.

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3.  In the menu on the left, under the New Request heading, click the type of item you are requesting, e.g., article or book chapter.

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4. Complete the request form with as much information as you have. Click Submit Request.

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The National Library of Medicine (2019) plans to retire the Loansome Doc document request system on July 1, 2019. Because of this retirement, the Medical Sciences Library cannot fulfil requests made through the Loansome Doc system; all requests for articles and book chapters must be made through the Medical Sciences Library Get It For Me system.


National Library of Medicine. (2019). Loansome Doc system to retire on July 1, 2019. NLM Technical Bulletin, 426(e3). Retrieved from

You will receive email notification when each request is available, generally within 24 to 48 hours.

1.  Go to

Click the MSL Affiliate Login link and logon.

2.  In the menu on the left, under the View heading, click Electronically Received Articles. Each request is listed with a link to a .pdf file. You may view, download, and/or print each file for 30 days from the day it is posted.

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