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VAERS Bibliography - August 2002

  1. Vaccine Shortages: How to Cope With a New Back-to-School Hassle Consum.Rep.  2002, 67 (8): 8-9.
  2. Professional Updating in Epidemiology. Design of Vaccination Programmes: From Sero-Epidemiology to Cost-Effectiveness Postgrad.Med.J.  2002, 78 (919): 318.
  3. Whooping Cough Is Still a Problem...Chickenpox Cases Decline When Vaccine Is Used...and a Guide for Parents About Vaccinations Child Health Alert.  2002, 20:1-2. (): 1-2.
  4. Baxby, Rb R. Studies in Smallpox and Vaccination Rev.Med.Virol.  2002, 12 (4): 201-209.
  5. Edmunds, W. J. and Brisson, M. The Effect of Vaccination on the Epidemiology of Varicella Zoster Virus J.Infect.  2002, 44 (4): 211-219.
  6. Gruber, C., Meinlschmidt, G., Bergmann, R., Wahn, U., and Stark, K. Is Early BCG Vaccination Associated With Less Atopic Disease? An Epidemiological Study in German Preschool Children With Different Ethnic Backgrounds  Pediatr.Allergy Immunol.  2002, 13 (3): 177-181.
  7. Hak, E., Nordin, J., Wei, F., Mullooly, J., Poblete, S., Strikas, R., and Nichol, K. L.  Influence of High-Risk Medical Conditions on the Effectiveness of Influenza Vaccination Among Elderly Members of 3 Large Managed-Care Organizations  Clin.Infect.Dis.  8-15-2002, 35 (4): 370-377.
  8. Hall, J., Kenny, P., King, M., Louviere, J., Viney, R., and Yeoh, A.   Using Stated Preference Discrete Choice Modelling to Evaluate the Introduction of Varicella Vaccination Health Econ.  2002, 11 (5): 457-465.
  9. Humair, J. P., Buchs, C. R., and Stalder, H.  Promoting Influenza Vaccination of Elderly Patients in Primary Care  Fam.Pract.  2002, 19 (4): 383-389.
  10. Imbimbo, B. P.  Toxicity of Beta-Amyloid Vaccination in Patients With Alzheimer's Disease Ann.Neurol.  2002, 51 (6): 794.
  11. Kanesa-Thasan, N., Putnak, J. R., Mangiafico, J. A., Saluzzo, J. E., and Ludwig, G. V.  Short Report: Absence of Protective Neutralizng Antibodies to West Nile Virus in Subjects Following Vaccination With Japanese Encephalitis or Dengue Vaccines Am.J.Trop.Med.Hyg.  2002, 66 (2): 115-116.
  12. Kaplan, E. H., Craft, D. L., and Wein, L. M.  Emergency Response to a Smallpox Attack: The Case for Mass Vaccination Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci.U.S A  7-12-2002, . (.
  13. Kim, J., Jeong, E., Lee, J., Yang, S., Shin, Y., Yoon, Y., and Chun, B. C.  A Web-Based Interactive Education Programme on Vaccination for Public Health Officials  Asia Pac.J.Public Health  2001, 13 Suppl:S7-12. (): S7-12.
  14. Krishna, M. T. and Salvi, S. S.  Could Administration of Bacille Calmette-Guerin Vaccination at Birth Protect From the Development of Asthma and Allergic Diseases in the Western World? Has This Question Been Adequately Investigated?  Pediatr.Allergy Immunol.  2002, 13 (3): 172-176.
  15. Kunz, C.  Vaccination Against TBE in Austria: the Success Story ContinuesInt.J.Med.Microbiol.  2002, 291 Suppl 33:56-7. (): 56-57.
  16. Mauri, I. Puig JM  [Which Child Population Between 2 Months and 2 Years of Age Needs to Be Vaccinated Against Pneumococci?] Aten.Primaria  7-30-2002, 30 (3): 176-178.
  17. Michaeli, D.  Smallpox: a Possible Comeback Isr.Med.Assoc.J.  2002, 4 (7): 487-488.
  18. Monath, T. P.  Editorial: Jennerian Vaccination Against West Nile Virus Am.J.Trop.Med.Hyg.  2002, 66 (2): 113-114.
  19. Nichol, K. L. and Goodman, M.  Cost Effectiveness of Influenza Vaccination for Healthy Persons Between Ages 65 and 74 Years Vaccine  5-15-2002, 20 Suppl 2:S21-4. (): S21-S24.
  20. Patterson, P. and Reinarz, J. A.  Smallpox: Mass Vaccinations or Not? Tex.Med.  2002, 98 (6): 43-44.
  21. Quirk, M.  Varicella Vaccination Reduces Risk of Herpes Zoster Lancet Infect.Dis.  2002, 2 (8): 454.
  22. Reichert, T. A.  The Japanese Program of Vaccination of Schoolchildren Against Influenza: Implications for Control of the Disease Semin.Pediatr.Infect.Dis.  2002, 13 (2): 104-111.
  23. Reynolds, P., Linton, C., and Warner, N.  Influenza Vaccination of People With Dementia in Long-Stay Wards in the United Kingdom: What Is Going on? Int.J.Geriatr.Psychiatry  2002, 17 (7): 681-682.
  24. Robb-Nicholson, C.  By the Way Doctor. I Was Relieved to Read That the United States Will Soon Have Enough Smallpox Vaccine for Everyone. Should My Family and I Be Vaccinated? Harv.Womens Health Watch.  2002, 9 (11): 8.
  25. Scott, R. D., Meltzer, M. I., Erickson, L. J., De Wals, P., and Rosenstein, N. E.  Vaccinating First-Year College Students Living in Dormitories for Meningococcal Disease. an Economic Analysis Am.J.Prev.Med.  2002, 23 (2): 98-105.
  26. Sigal, L. H. Vaccination for Lyme Disease: Cost-Effectiveness Versus Cost and Value Arthritis Rheum.  2002, 46 (6): 1439-1442.
  27. Slater, P. E., Anis, E., and Leventhal, A.  Preparation for an Outbreak of Smallpox in Israel Isr.Med.Assoc.J.  2002, 4 (7): 507-512.
  28. Spier, R. E.  On the 2002 Measles Vaccination Furore in the UK Vaccine  7-26-2002, 20 (23-24): 2845-2847.
  29. Suarez, V. R. and Hankins, G. D.  Smallpox and Pregnancy: From Eradicated Disease to Bioterrorist Threat Obstet.Gynecol.  2002, 100 (1): 87-93.
  30. Taylor, B., Lingam, R., Simmons, A., Stowe, J., Miller, E., and Andrews, N.  Autism and MMR Vaccination in North London; No Causal RelationshipMol.Psychiatry  2002, 7 Suppl 2:S7-8. (): S7-S8.
  31. Wallich, R., Jahraus, O., and Simon, M. M.  Prophylactic Vaccination Against Lyme Borreliosis for Man and Dogs and New Strategies to Treat Established B. Burgdorferi Infections Int.J.Med.Microbiol.  2002, 291 Suppl 33:147-9. (): 147-149.
  32. White, S. R., Henretig, F. M., and Dukes, R. G.  Medical Management of Vulnerable Populations and Co-Morbid Conditions of Victims of Bioterrorism Emerg.Med.Clin.North Am.  2002, 20 (2): 365-92, xi.

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