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VAERS Bibliography - July 2003

  1. Proceedings of the Scientific Symposium on Vaccination Against Influenza. Kemi, Finland. March 22, 2002.  Vaccine.  20 (Suppl. 5): B1-54; December 2002.

  2. Update: Adverse Events Following Civilian Smallpox Vaccination--United States, 2003.  MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep.  52 (20): 475-477; May 23, 2003.

  3. Update: Adverse Events Following Civilian Smallpox Vaccination--United States, 2003.  MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep.  52 (19): 444-446; May 16, 2003.

  4. Update: Influenza Activity--United States and Worldwide, 2002-03 Season, and Composition of the 2003-04 Influenza Vaccine.  MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep.  52 (22): 516-521; June 6, 2003.

  5. Vaccine-Preventable Diseases and Vaccination Coverage in Australia, 1999-2000.  N.S W.Public Health Bull.  14 (4-5): 94; April 2003.

  6. When to Vaccinate Travellers Against Meningococci.   Prescrire.Int.  12 (65): 109-110; June 2003.

  7. ACOG Committee Opinion. Number 281, December 2002. Rubella Vaccination.   Int J Gynaecol.Obstet.  81 (2): 241; May 2003.

  8. Update: Adverse Events Following Civilian Smallpox Vaccination--United States, 2003.   MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep.  52 (18): 419-420; May 9, 2003.

  9. Update: Cardiac-Related Events During the Civilian Smallpox Vaccination Program--United States, 2003.  MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep.  52 (21): 492-496; May 30, 2003.

  10. Smallpox Vaccination for Emergency Physicians.  Acad.Emerg.Med.  10 (6): 681-683; June 2003.

  11. States Suspend Vaccinations in Wake of Deaths.  Revolution.  4 (2): 8; March 2003.

  12. Update: Smallpox Vaccination Program.   Tex.Nurs.  77 (3): 11, 14; March 2003.

  13. Abramson, J. S.; McMillan, J. A.; Baltimore, R. S.  The US Smallpox Vaccination Plan.  Pediatrics.  111 (6 Pt 1): 1431-1432; June 2003.

  14. Ada, G.  Progress Towards Achieving New Vaccine and Vaccination Goals.  Intern.Med.J.  33 (7): 297-304; July 2003.

  15. Arya, S. C.  Smallpox Vaccination to Combat Bioterrorism.  Clin.Infect.Dis.  37 (1): 150-151; July 1, 2003.

  16. Bager, P.; Westergaard, T.; Rostgaard, K.; Nielsen, N. M.; Melbye, M.; Aaby, P.  Smallpox Vaccination and Risk of Allergy and Asthma.  J Allergy Clin.Immunol.  111 (6): 1227-1231; June 2003.

  17. Bidat, E.; Rance, F.; Gaudelus, J.  [Vaccination in Children With Egg Allergy].  Arch.Pediatr.  10 (3): 251-253; March 2003.

  18. Bridges, M. J.; Coady, D.; Kelly, C. A.; Hamilton, J.; Heycock, C.  Factors Influencing Uptake of Influenza Vaccination in Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis.  Ann.Rheum.Dis.  62 (7): 685; July 2003.

  19. Brotherton, J.; McAnulty, J.  A Pertussis Epidemic in NSW: How Epidemiology Reflects Vaccination Policy.  N.S W.Public Health Bull.  14 (4-5): 77-81; April 2003.

  20. Brydak, L. B.; Machala, M.; Mysliwska, J.; Mysliwski, A.; Trzonkowski, P.  Immune Response to Influenza Vaccination in an Elderly Population.  J Clin.Immunol.  23 (3): 214-222; May 2003.

  21. Cherry, J. D.  Risks to Children of Health Care Personnel Receiving Smallpox Vaccination.  Pediatr.Infect.Dis J.  22 (6): 574-575; June 2003.

  22. Chu, N. R.  Therapeutic Vaccination for the Treatment of Mucosotropic Human Papillomavirus-Associated Disease.  Expert.Opin.Biol.Ther.  3 (3): 477-486; June 2003.

  23. Classen, J. B.; Classen, D. C.  Clustering of Cases of Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Occurring 2-4 Years After Vaccination Is Consistent With Clustering After Infections and Progression to Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus in Autoantibody Positive Individuals.  J Pediatr.Endocrinol.Metab.  16 (4): 495-508; April 2003.

  24. Clements, C.  Mass Psychogenic Illness After Vaccination.  Drug Saf.  26 (9): 599-604; 2003.

  25. Dhiman, N.; Ovsyannikova, I. G.; Pinsky, N. A.; Vierkant, R. A.; Jacobsen, S. J.; Jacobson, R. M.; Poland, G. A.  Lack of Association Between Transporter Associated With Antigen Processing (TAP) and HLA-DM Gene Polymorphisms and Antibody Levels Following Measles Vaccination.  Eur.J Immunogenet.  30 (3): 195-200; June 2003.

  26. Eilertson, L.  Vaccination Available.  Nurs.Manage.  34 (6): 9; June 2003.

  27. Enquselassie, F.; Ayele, W.; Dejene, A.; Messele, T.; Abebe, A.; Cutts, F. T.; Nokes, D. J.  Seroepidemiology of Measles in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Implications for Control Through Vaccination.  Epidemiol.Infect.  130 (3): 507-519; June 2003.

  28. Esposito, S.; Marchisio, P.; Cavagna, R.; Gironi, S.; Bosis, S.; Lambertini, L.; Droghetti, R.; Principi, N.  Effectiveness of Influenza Vaccination of Children With Recurrent Respiratory Tract Infections in Reducing Respiratory-Related Morbidity Within the Households.  Vaccine.  21 (23): 3162-3168; July 4, 2003.

  29. Everett, W. W.; Coffin, S. E.; Zaoutis, T.; Halpern, S. D.; Strom, B. L.  Smallpox Vaccination: a National Survey of Emergency Health Care Providers.  Acad.Emerg.Med.  10 (6): 606-611; June 2003.

  30. Fedson, D. S.  Vaccination for Pandemic Influenza and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome: Common Issues and Concerns.  Clin.Infect.Dis.  36 (12): 1562-1563; June 15, 2003.

  31. Fishman, J. A.  Smallpox and Live-Virus Vaccination in Transplant Recipients.  Am.J Transplant.  3 (7): 786-793; July 2003.

  32. Frey, C. R.; Sharp, M. A.; Min, A. S.; Schmid, D. S.; Loparev, V.; Arvin, A. M.  Identification of CD8+ T Cell Epitopes in the Immediate Early 62 Protein (IE62) of Varicella-Zoster Virus, and Evaluation of Frequency of CD8+ T Cell Response to IE62, by Use of IE62 Peptides After Varicella Vaccination.  J Infect.Dis.  188 (1): 40-52; July 1, 2003.

  33. Garcia-Lora, A.; Algarra, I.; Collado, A.; Garrido, F.  Tumour Immunology, Vaccination and Escape Strategies.  Eur.J Immunogenet.  30 (3): 177-183; June 2003.

  34. Givon-Lavi, N.; Fraser, D.; Dagan, R.  Vaccination of Day-Care Center Attendees Reduces Carriage of Streptococcus Pneumoniae Among Their Younger Siblings.  Pediatr.Infect.Dis J.  22 (6): 524-532; June 2003.

  35. Grabenstein, J. D.; Winkenwerder, W., Jr.  US Military Smallpox Vaccination Program Experience.  JAMA.  289 (24): 3278-3282; June 25, 2003.

  36. Halsell, J. S.; Riddle, J. R.; Atwood, J. E.; Gardner, P.; Shope, R.; Poland, G. A.; Gray, G. C.; Ostroff, S.; Eckart, R. E.; Hospenthal, D. R.; Gibson, R. L.; Grabenstein, J. D.; Arness, M. K.; Tornberg, D. N.  Myopericarditis Following Smallpox Vaccination Among Vaccinia-Naive US Military Personnel.  JAMA.  289 (24): 3283-3289; June 25, 2003.

  37. Harmanci, H.; Gurbuz, Y.; Torun, S. D.; Tumerdem, N.; Erturk, T.  Reasons for Non-Vaccination During National Immunization Days: a Case Study in Istanbul, Turkey.  Public Health.  117 (1): 54-61; January 2003.

  38. Holt, P. G.  Functionally Mature Virus-Specific CD8(+) T Memory Cells in Congenitally Infected Newborns: Proof of Principle for Neonatal Vaccination?   J Clin.Invest.  111 (11): 1645-1647; June 2003.

  39. Howard-Ruben, J.  Ongoing Debate Over Smallpox Vaccinations Continues.  ONS.News.  18 (6): 12, 16; June 2003.

  40. Iyngkaran, P.; Limaye, V.; Hill, C.; Henderson, D.; Pile, K. D.; Rischmueller, M.  Rheumatoid Vasculitis Following Influenza Vaccination.  Rheumatology.(Oxford).  42 (7): 907-909; July 2003.

  41. Jautova, J.; Dorko, E.; Pilipcinec, E.; Tkacikova, L.  Effect of Vaccination Therapy for Acne, Using a Staphylococci Antigenic Complex in Combination With Clindamycin.  Folia Microbiol.(Praha).  48 (2): 249-252; 2003.

  42. Jessop, A. B.; Hausman, A. J.  Pneumococcal Vaccination in Pennsylvania Nursing Homes: Factors Associated With Vaccination Level.  J Am.Med.Dir.Assoc.  3 (6): 347-351; November 2002.

  43. Kang, N. G.; Oh, C. W.  Gianotti-Crosti Syndrome Following Japanese Encephalitis Vaccination.  J Korean Med.Sci.  18 (3): 459-461; June 2003.

  44. Kwon, N.; Raven, M. C.; Chiang, W. K.; Moran, G. J.; Jui, J.; Carter, R. A.; Goldfrank, L.  Emergency Physicians' Perspectives on Smallpox Vaccination.  Acad.Emerg.Med.  10 (6): 599-605; June 2003.

  45. Moorhouse, M.  Smallpox Vaccination Program Update: April 2003.  Colo.Nurse.  103 (2): 21; June 2003.

  46. Nace, D. A.  Improving Pneumococcal Vaccination Rates.  J Am.Med.Dir.Assoc.  4 (2): 121-122; March 2003.

  47. Parmiani, G.; Pilla, L.; Castelli, C.; Rivoltini, L.  Vaccination of Patients With Solid Tumours.  Ann.Oncol.  14 (6): 817-824; June 2003.

  48. Pennachio, D.; Terry, K.  Have You Been Vaccinated?   Med.Econ.  80 (8): 57-60, 66; April 25, 2003.

  49. Sarria-Santamera, A.; Timoner, J.  Influenza Vaccination in Old Adults in Spain.  Eur.J Public Health.  13 (2): 133-137; June 2003.

  50. Sauerbrei, A.; Uebe, B.; Wutzler, P.  Molecular Diagnosis of Zoster Post Varicella Vaccination.  J Clin.Virol.  27 (2): 190-199; July 2003.

  51. Saurina, G.; Shirazi, S.; Lane, J. M.; Daniel, B.; DiEugenia, L.  Myocarditis After Smallpox Vaccination: a Case Report.  Clin.Infect.Dis.  37 (1): 145-146; July 1, 2003.

  52. Shaikh, I.; Omair, A.; Inam, S. N.; Safdar, S.; Kazmi, T.; Anjum, Q.  National Polio Day Campaign in a Squatter Settlement Through Medical Students.  J Pak.Med.Assoc.  53 (3): 98-101; March 2003.

  53. Sisk, J. E.; Whang, W.; Butler, J. C.; Sneller, V. P.; Whitney, C. G.  Cost-Effectiveness of Vaccination Against Invasive Pneumococcal Disease Among People 50 Through 64 Years of Age: Role of Comorbid Conditions and Race.  Ann.Intern.Med.  138 (12): 960-968; June 17, 2003.

  54. Smith, D. J.; Bot, S.; Dellamary, L.; Bot, A.  Evaluation of Novel Aerosol Formulations Designed for Mucosal Vaccination Against Influenza Virus.  Vaccine.  21 (21-22): 2805-2812; June 20, 2003.

  55. Straetemans, M.; Sanders, E. A.; Veenhoven, R. H.; Schilder, A. G.; Damoiseaux, R. A.; Zielhuis, G. A.  Review of Randomized Controlled Trials on Pneumococcal Vaccination for Prevention of Otitis Media.  Pediatr.Infect.Dis J.  22 (6): 515-524; June 2003.

  56. Talbot, T. R.; Bredenberg, H. K.; Smith, M.; LaFleur, B. J.; Boyd, A.; Edwards, K. M.  Focal and Generalized Folliculitis Following Smallpox Vaccination Among Vaccinia-Naive Recipients.  JAMA.  289 (24): 3290-3294; June 25, 2003.

  57. Trossman, S.  The Return of the Smallpox Vaccination. Nurses Report on Plans, Concerns.  Am.Nurse.  35 (2): 1-2, 12; March 2003.

  58. Tuckwell, H. C.; Hanslik, T.; Valleron, A. J.; Flahault, A.  A Mathematical Model for Evaluating the Impact of Vaccination Schedules: Application to Neisseria Meningitidis.  Epidemiol.Infect.  130 (3): 419-429; June 2003.

  59. Uzonna, J. E.; Chilton, P.; Whitlock, R. H.; Habecker, P. L.; Scott, P.; Sweeney, R. W.  Efficacy of Commercial and Field-Strain Mycobacterium Paratuberculosis Vaccinations With Recombinant IL-12 in a Bovine Experimental Infection Model.  Vaccine.  21 (23): 3101-3109; July 4, 2003.

  60. Vazquez, S.; Valdes, O.; Pupo, M.; Delgado, I.; Alvarez, M.; Pelegrino, J. L.; Guzman, M. G.  MAC-ELISA and ELISA Inhibition Methods for Detection of Antibodies After Yellow Fever Vaccination.  J Virol.Methods.  110 (2): 179-184; June 2003.

  61. Vynnycky, E.; Gay, N. J.; Cutts, F. T.  The Predicted Impact of Private Sector MMR Vaccination on the Burden of Congenital Rubella Syndrome.  Vaccine.  21 (21-22): 2708-2719; June 20, 2003.

  62. Wagner, C.; Popp, W.; Posch, M.; Vlasich, C.; Rosenberger-Spitzy, A.  Impact of Pneumococcal Vaccination on Morbidity and Mortality of Geriatric Patients: a Case-Controlled Study.  Gerontology.  49 (4): 246-250; July 2003.

  63. Wathne, K. O.; Fjaerli, H. O.; Flaegstad, T.; Abrahamsen, T. G.  [More Children Should Be Vaccinated Against Pneumococcal Disease].  Tidsskr.Nor Laegeforen.  123 (9): 1198-1200; May 1, 2003.

  64. Yih, W. K.; Lieu, T. A.; Rego, V. H.; O'Brien, M. A.; Shay, D. K.; Yokoe, D. S.; Platt, R.  Attitudes of Healthcare Workers in U.S. Hospitals Regarding Smallpox Vaccination.  BMC.Public Health.  3 (1): 20; June 11, 2003.

  65. Zuckerman, J. N.  Vaccination Priorities in Travel.  BioDrugs.  17 (Suppl. 1) :1-6; 2003.

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