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VAERS Bibliography - May 2001

  1. Aaby, P. and Jensen, H.  Routine vaccination and child survival in Guinea-Bissau. Author's reply to commentary  BMJ.  2-10-2001, 322 (7282): 360.
    Keywords: BCG Vaccine/Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis Vaccine/adverse effects/Guinea-Bissau/epidemiology/Human/Infant/Infant Mortality/Infant,Newborn

  2. Avigan, D., Pirofski, L. A., and Lazarus, H. M.  Vaccination against infectious disease following hematopoietic stem cell transplantation  Biol.Blood Marrow Transplant.  2001, 7 (3): 171-183.

  3. Bergman, B. P., Hayton, J. C., and Green, A. D.  Effectiveness of the meningococcal vaccination programme for British Armed Forces recruits  Commun.Dis.Public Health.  2000, 3 (4): 298-299.

  4. Bolton, J. P., Lee, H. A., and Gabriel, R.  Vaccinations as risk factors for ill health in veterans of the Gulf war. Conclusion may be flawed by inadequate data  BMJ.  2-10-2001, 322 (7282): 361-362.
    Keywords: Human/Medical Records/standards/Persian Gulf Syndrome/etiology/Risk Factors/Vaccination/adverse effects/Veterans

  5. Bonaccorsi G, Papini D, Bonanni P, Lo NA, Comodo N.  Effects of a booster dose of tetanus toxoid after different primary courses of vaccination: implications on the use of immune globulin. Ann Ig 2001; 13(1):3-10.

  6. Borrow, R., Southern, J., Andrews, N., Peake, N., Rahim, R., Acuna, M., Martin, S., Miller, E., and Kaczmarski, E. 
    Comparison of antibody kinetics following meningococcal serogroup C conjugate vaccine between healthy adults previously vaccinated with meningococcal A/C polysaccharide vaccine and vaccine-naive controls  Vaccine.  4-30-2001, 19 (23-24): 3043-3050.

  7. Courtney, P. A., Patterson, R. N., and Lee, R. J.  Henoch-Schonlein purpura following meningitis C vaccination  Rheumatology.(Oxford).  2001, 40 (3): 345-346.

  8. Faustini, A., Franco, E., Sangalli, M., Spadea, T., Calabrese, R. M., Cauletti, M., and Perucci, C. A.  Persistence of anti-HBs 5 years after the introduction of routine infant and adolescent vaccination in Italy  Vaccine.  4-6-2001, 19 (20-22): 2812-2818.

  9. Finsterer, J., Artner, C., Kladosek, A., Kalchmayr, R., and Redtenbacher, S.  Comments, Opinions and Brief Case Reports: Cavernous Sinus Syndrome Due to Vaccination-Induced Giant Cell Arteritis  Arch.Intern.Med.  4-9-2001, 161 (7): 1008-1009.

  10. Folb, P. I.  Routine vaccination and child survival in Guinea-Bissau. WHO responds to Guinea-Bissau report  BMJ.  2-10-2001, 322 (7282): 361.
    Keywords: Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis Vaccine/adverse effects/Guinea-Bissau/epidemiology/Human/Infant/Infant Mortality/Infant,Newborn/Research Design/World Health Organization

  11. Hegde, B. M.  Vaccination in India  J.Assoc.Physicians India.  1998, 46 (5): 472-473.
    Keywords: History of Medicine,18th Cent./History of Medicine,Ancient/Human/India/Smallpox/history/prevention & control/Vaccination

  12. Hoglund, D. and Stenqvist, K.  [More elderly persons should be informed about the importance of vaccination against influenza. Extensive needs of information also among the health personnel]  Lakartidningen.  1-17-2001, 98 (3): 156-158.
    Keywords: Aged/Attitude of Health Personnel/Attitude to Health/English Abstract/Female/Health Education/Health Personnel/Human/Influenza Vaccine/administration & dosage/Knowledge,Attitudes,Practice/Male/Patient Education/Questionnaires/Sweden

  13. Jonville-Bera, A. P., Autret-Leca, E., Barbeillon, F., and Paris-Llado, J.  Sudden unexpected death in infants under 3 months of age and vaccination status - a case-control study  Br.J.Clin.Pharmacol.  2001, 51 (3): 271-276.

  14. Kimball, P., Verbeke, S., and Tolman, D.  Influenza vaccination among heart transplant recipients  Transplant.Proc.  2001, 33 (1-2): 1785-1786.

  15. Linde, A.  [Sweden behind when it comes to influenza vaccination. Better vaccination programs in many western countries]  Lakartidningen.  1-17-2001, 98 (3): 154-155.
    Keywords: Canada/Comparative Study/Cost-Benefit Analysis/Europe/Human/Influenza Vaccine/administration & dosage/economics/Regional Medical Programs/Risk Factors/Sweden/United States/Vaccination/standards/statistics & numerical data

  16. Mastrangelo, G., Rossi, C. R., Pfahlberg, A., Marzia, V., Barba, A., Baldo, M., Fadda, E., Milan, G., and Kolmel, K. F.  Is there a relationship between influenza vaccinations and risk of melanoma? A population-based case-control study  Eur.J.Epidemiol.  2000, 16 (9): 777-782.

  17. McCarthy, M.  Closing vaccination's "window of vulnerability"  Lancet.  3-31-2001, 357 (9261): 1022.

  18. Mikula, C.  Measles vaccination a risk factor for inflammatory bowel disease?  Gastroenterol.Nurs.  2000, 23 (4): 168-171.

  19. Moriabadi, N. F., Niewiesk, S., Kruse, N., Jung, S., Weissbrich, B., ter, Meulen, V, Toyka, K. V., and Rieckmann, P.  Influenza vaccination in MS: absence of T-cell response against white matter proteins  Neurology.  4-10-2001, 56 (7): 938-943.

  20. Mulholland, K. and Barreto, M. L. Routine vaccination and child survival in Guinea-Bissau. Lessons can be learnt from this study  BMJ.  2-10-2001, 322 (7282): 360.
    Keywords: BCG Vaccine/Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis Vaccine/adverse effects/Guinea-Bissau/epidemiology/Human/Infant/Infant Mortality/Measles Vaccine

  21. Nettleman, M. D., White, T., Lavoie, S., and Chafin, C.  School absenteeism, parental work loss, and acceptance of childhood influenza vaccination  Am.J.Med.Sci.  2001, 321 (3): 178-180.
    Keywords: Absenteeism/Data Collection/Influenza/prevention & control/Influenza Vaccine/therapeutic use/Patient Acceptance of Health Care/Schools/Vaccination/psychology/Virginia/Work

  22. Ogra, P. L., Faden, H., and Welliver, R. C.  Vaccination strategies for mucosal immune responses  Clin.Microbiol.Rev.  2001, 14 (2): 430-445.

  23. Orient, J. M.  Public health risks of not vaccinating children  JAMA.  3-28-2001, 285 (12): 1573.
    Keywords: Child/Human/Measles/epidemiology/prevention & control/Public Health/Risk/Vaccination

  24. Parkkali, T., Vakevainen, M., Kayhty, H., Ruutu, T., and Ruutu, P.  Opsonophagocytic activity against Streptococcus pneumoniae type 19F in allogeneic BMT recipients before and after vaccination with pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine  Bone Marrow Transplant.  2001, 27 (2): 207-211.

  25. Postma, M. J., Heijnen, M. L., and Jager, J. C.  Cost-effectiveness analysis of pneumococcal vaccination for elderly individuals in The Netherlands  Pharmacoeconomics.  2001, 19 (2): 215-222.

  26. Pyhala, R., Haanpaa, M., Kleemola, M., Tervahauta, R., Visakorpi, R., and Kinnunen, L.  Acceptable protective efficacy of influenza vaccination in young military conscripts under circumstances of incomplete antigenic and genetic match  Vaccine.  4-30-2001, 19 (23-24): 3253-3260.

  27. Ramsay, M., Slack, M., and Kaczmarski, E.  Surveillance of Haemophilus influenzae infection. Surveillance data for assessing impact of vaccination are valid  BMJ.  3-10-2001, 322 (7286): 613-614.
    Keywords: Haemophilus Infections/prevention & control/Haemophilus Vaccines/Haemophilus influenzae/Human/Population Surveillance

  28. Swan, R.  Public health risks of not vaccinating children  JAMA.  3-28-2001, 285 (12): 1573-1574.
    Keywords: Child/Health Policy/legislation & jurisprudence/Human/Public Health/Risk/United States/Vaccination

  29. Ward, B. M., Lambert, S. B., and Lester, R. A.  Rubella vaccination in prenatal and postnatal women: why not use MMR?  Med.J.Aust.  3-19-2001, 174 (6): 311-312.

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