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VAERS Bibliography - February 2003

  1. Accelerated Measles Control-Cambodia, 1999-2002. MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep.  1-10-2003, 52 (1): 4-6.

  2. Smallpox Vaccine Med.Lett.Drugs Ther.  1-6-2003, 45 (1147): 1-4.

  3. ACOG Committee Opinion. Immunization During Pregnancy Obstet.Gynecol.  2003, 101 (1): 207-212.

  4. Do You Know Who Will Be Vaccinated at Your ED? ED Manag.  2003, 15 (1): 5-6, suppl. 1-2

  5. Is There a Link Between MMR Vaccine and Autism?...and an Expert's Commentary Child Health Alert.  2002 Dec, 20:1-2.

  6. Smallpox Vaccination: Pediatric Academy Perspective Child Health Alert.  2002 Nov, 20:3-4.

  7. Surveillance for Safety After Immunization: Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)- United States, 1991--2001 MMWR Surveillance Summaries, January 24, 2003 / 52(ss01);1-24.

  8. [Vaccinations of Adults: Whom to Vaccinate, and How. Proceedings of an International Congress. Gibraltar, April 13-16, 2002] Ann.Ig  2002, 14 (3 Suppl 3): 1-117.

  9. Alswede, M.  An Analysis of the Proposed National Strategy for Smallpox Vaccination of Health Care Workers Air Med.J  2003, 22 (1): 22-25.

  10. Baltimore, R. S. and Jenson, H. B.  Editorial Review: New Recommendations for Influenza Vaccination for Children and Pregnant Women Curr.Opin.Pediatr.  2003, 15 (1): 74-76.

  11. Banz, K., Wagenpfeil, S., Neiss, A., Goertz, A., Staginnus, U., Vollmar, J., and Wutzler, P.  The Cost-Effectiveness of Routine Childhood Varicella Vaccination in Germany Vaccine  3-7-2003, 21 (11-12): 1256-1267.

  12. Baudier, F., Allemand, H., and Lancry, P. J.  [Threats on Vaccination] Rev.Epidemiol.Sante Publique  2002, 50 (6): 505-508.

  13. Bernstein, D. I., Yan, L., Treanor, J., Mendelman, P. M., and Belshe, R.  Effect of Yearly Vaccinations With Live, Attenuated, Cold-Adapted, Trivalent, Intranasal Influenza Vaccines on Antibody Responses in Children Pediatr.Infect.Dis.J  2003, 22 (1): 28-34.

  14. Campbell, M. J. and Jiwa, M.  Educational Outreach to Improve Vaccination Uptake Br.J Gen.Pract.  2002, 52 (485): 1021-1022.

  15. Campos, W. and Jalaludin, B. B.  Predictors of Influenza Vaccination Amongst Australian Nurses Aust.J Adv.Nurs.  12-20-2002, 20 (2): 19-21.

  16. Christenson, B. and Lundbergh, P.  Comparison Between Cohorts Vaccinated and Unvaccinated Against Influenza and Pneumococcal Infection Epidemiol.Infect.  2002, 129 (3): 515-524.

  17. Crump, S. C. and Oxley, M.  Society of Homeopaths Does Not Advise Against Vaccination BMJ  1-18-2003, 326 (7381): 164.

  18. Desai, V. K., Kapadia, S. J., Kumar, P., and Nirupam, S.  Impact Assessment of Mass Measles Vaccination Indian J Pediatr.  2002, 69 (12): 1037-1040.

  19. Dodds, W. J.  Advocate for Serologic Testing After Vaccination J Am.Vet.Med.Assoc.  1-15-2003, 222 (2): 149-150.

  20. Egede, L. E. and Zheng, D.  Racial/Ethnic Differences in Adult Vaccination Among Individuals With Diabetes Am.J Public Health  2003, 93 (2): 324-329.

  21. Ehreth, J.  The Global Value of Vaccination Vaccine  1-30-2003, 21 (7-8): 596-600.

  22. Enserink, M.  Bioterrorism. New Look at Old Data Irks Smallpox-Eradication Experts Science  1-10-2003, 299 (5604): 181.

  23. Hall, A. J.  Vaccination Politics Trop.Med.Int.Health  2003, 8 (1): 1-2.

  24. Hostler, D., Milspaw, J., and Paris, P. M.  Pneumococcal Vaccination: An Opportunity for Emergency Medical Services Prehosp.Emerg.Care  2003, 7 (1): 125-135.

  25. Janaszek, W., Gay, N. J., and Gut, W.  Measles Vaccine Efficacy During an Epidemic in 1998 in the Highly Vaccinated Population of Poland Vaccine  1-17-2003, 21 (5-6): 473-478.

  26. Ki, M., Park, T., Yi, S. G., Oh, J. K., and Choi, B.  Risk Analysis of Aseptic Meningitis After Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccination in Korean Children by Using a Case-Crossover Design Am.J Epidemiol.  1-15-2003, 157 (2): 158-165.

  27. Kuroiwa, C., Xayyavong, P., Vongphrachanh, P., Khampapongpane, B., Yamanaka, M., and Nakamura, S.  Difficulties in Measles Elimination: Prevalence of Measles Antibodies Before and After Mass Vaccination Campaign in Laos Vaccine  1-17-2003, 21 (5-6): 479-484.

  28. Lyratzopoulos, G., Aston, R., Bailey, K., Flitcroft, J., and Clarke, H.  Accuracy of Routine Data on MMR Vaccination Coverage and Validity of Parental Recall of Vaccination Commun.Dis.Public Health  2002, 5 (4): 305-310.

  29. Montes, M., Cilla, G., Artieda, J., Vicente, D., and Basterretxea, M.  Mumps Outbreak in Vaccinated Children in Gipuzkoa (Basque Country), Spain Epidemiol.Infect.  2002, 129 (3): 551-556.

  30. 30.  Moynihan, R.  Health Professionals Challenge US Smallpox Vaccination Plan BMJ  1-25-2003, 326 (7382): 179.

  31. Musharrafieh, U. M., Nuwayhid, I. A., Hamadeh, G. N., Steitieh, S. W., and Bizri, A. R.  Immunity to Chickenpox Among School Adolescents in Lebanon and Options for Vaccination Epidemiol.Infect.  2002, 129 (3): 607-615.

  32. Niemann, T.  Vaccination Information Reaches Audience J Am.Vet.Med.Assoc.  2-1-2003, 222 (3): 283.

  33. Rubins, K. and Relman, D. A.  Images in Clinical Medicine. Progression of the Lesion at the Site of Inoculation After Smallpox Vaccination N.Engl.J Med.  1-30-2003, 348 (5): 414.

  34. Salleras, L., Dominguez, A., and Cardenosa, N.  Impact of Mass Vaccination With Polysaccharide Conjugate Vaccine Against Serogroup C Meningococcal Disease in Spain Vaccine  1-30-2003, 21 (7-8): 725-728.

  35. Salleras, L., Dominguez, A., and Cardenosa, N.  Dramatic Decline of Serogroup C Meningococcal Disease in Catalonia (Spain) After a Mass Vaccination Campaign With Meningococcal C Conjugated Vaccine Vaccine  1-30-2003, 21 (7-8): 729-733.

  36. Schmidt, K. and Ernst, E.  MMR Vaccination Advice Over the Internet Vaccine  3-7-2003, 21 (11-12): 1044-1047.

  37. Schmitt, H. J., Booy, R., Weil-Olivier, C., Van Damme, P., Cohen, R., and Peltola, H.  Child Vaccination Policies in Europe: A Report From the Summits of Independent European Vaccination Experts Lancet Infect.Dis.  2003, 3 (2): 103-108.

  38. Schofield, C.  Who Should Receive the Influenza Vaccine? Nursing  2002, 32 (11 Pt 1): 24.

  39. Singh, M. B. and Bhalla, P. L.  Hypoallergenic Derivatives of Major Grass Pollen Allergens for Allergy Vaccination Immunol.Cell Biol.  2003, 81 (1): 86-91.

  40. Smithson, R.  Varicella Vaccination-An Ethical Issue Commun.Dis.Public Health  2002, 5 (4): 343.

  41. Stewart, S., Murray, S. B., and Skull, S. A.  Evaluation of Health-Care Worker Vaccination in a Tertiary Australian Hospital Intern.Med.J  2002, 32 (12): 585-592.

  42. Taneja, V.  Hib Vaccination Controversy and the Declaration of Commercial Interest Indian Pediatr.  2003, 40 (1): 75-76.

  43. Toscani, L., Gauthey, L., and Robert, C. F.  The Information Network of Senior Citizens in Geneva, Switzerland, and Progress in Flu Vaccination Coverage Between 1991 and 2000 Vaccine  1-17-2003, 21 (5-6): 393-398.

  44. Trotter, C., Borrow, R., Andrews, N., and Miller, E.  Seroprevalence of Meningococcal Serogroup C Bactericidal Antibody in England and Wales in the Pre-Vaccination Era Vaccine  3-7-2003, 21 (11-12): 1094-1098.

  45. van den, Hof S., Wallinga, J., Widdowson, M. A., and Conyn-van Spaendonck, M. A.  Options for Improvement of the Dutch Measles Vaccination Schedule Vaccine  1-30-2003, 21 (7-8): 721-724.

  46. Van Der, Aa A., Hellings, N., Medaer, R., Gelin, G., Palmers, Y., Raus, J., and Stinissen, P.  T Cell Vaccination in Multiple Sclerosis Patients With Autologous CSF-Derived Activated T Cells: Results From a Pilot Study Clin.Exp.Immunol.  2003, 131 (1): 155-168.

  47. Vazquez, J. A.  [Inmunisation: Leaps into the Future. Vaccination for Bacterial Meningitis: Reality or Myth?] Aten.Primaria  12-15-2002, 30 (10): 643-647.

  48. Wise, R. P., Braun, M. M., Seward, J. F., Mootrey, G. T., Shields, K. E., Salive, M. E., and Krause, P. R.  Pharmacoepidemiologic Implications of Erroneous Varicella Vaccinations in Pregnancy Through Confusion With Varicella Zoster Immune Globulin Pharmacoepidemiol.Drug Saf  2002, 11 (8): 651-654.

  49. Wong, G.  Educational Outreach to Improve Vaccination Uptake Br.J Gen.Pract.  2002, 52 (485): 1021.

  50. Zimmerman, R. K.  Recommended Childhood and Adolescent Immunization Schedule, United States, 2003 and Update on Childhood Immunizations Am.Fam.Physician  1-1-2003, 67 (1): 188-6.

  51. Zimmerman, R. K., Santibanez, T. A., Janosky, J. E., Fine, M. J., Raymund, M., Wilson, S. A., Bardella, I. J., Medsger, A. R., and Nowalk, M. P.  What Affects Influenza Vaccination Rates Among Older Patients? An Analysis From Inner-City, Suburban, Rural, and Veterans Affairs Practices Am.J Med.  2003, 114 (1): 31-38.

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