CSE Vancouver/Citation-Name: In-Text Citations
Citation-Sequence and Citation-Name
Vancouver Style (Citation-Sequence System)
The Vancouver style uses a number each time an idea is paraphrased or quoted from a source. For the Vancouver style, the references on the references page are numbered and ordered within the list in the sequence in which they first appear in the text.
Number the references and list them in order as they first appear in the text. Subsequent citations from the same source use the original number assigned to that author. This means that the source indicated as (1), or 1, will be near the beginning of your writing and then may appear elsewhere in your paper, using the same number, you use that source again.
Numbering on the line
…as with our case series (12 patients), (37) found that….
Modern scientific nomenclature really began with Linnaeus in botany,1 but other disciplines2, 3-5 were not many years behind in developing various systems….
The first step is to arrange alphabetically by author all of the sources used in your paper. Then each reference entry is numbered, so that your first work, say by Armstrong, is number 1, then Burton is number 2, etc.
The numbers assigned to the end references are then used for the in-text references regardless of the order in which they appear in the text of the work. Use these numbers in either superscript, or on the line in brackets, for in-text citations.
Autism is more prevalent than cancer, diabetes, and Down Syndrome, with 1 in 165 children diagnosed with some form of autism each year.1