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VAERS Bibliography - June 2003

  1. An Advisory Committee Statement (ACS). National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI). Statement on Smallpox Vaccination.  Can Commun Dis Rep.  1-15-2002, 28 (Pt 1): 1-12.

  2. American Nurses Association Raises Concerns About Smallpox Vaccination Plans.  Ky Nurse  2003, 51 (2): 20.

  3. Hospitals Face Challenges of Smallpox Vaccination.  Healthc Hazard Manage Monit.  2003, 16 (9): 1-7.

  4. Nationwide Measles Vaccination Campaign for Children Aged 6 Months-12 Years--Afghanistan, 2002.  MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep  4-25-2003, 52 (16): 363-366.

  5. Artenstein, A. W.  Smallpox Vaccination.  N Engl J Med.  5-8-2003, 348 (19): 1925.

  6. Asari, S., Deguchi, M., Tahara, K., Taniike, M., Toyokawa, M., Nishi, I., Watanabe, M., Iwatani, Y., and Makimoto, K.  Seroprevalence Survey of Measles, Rubella, Varicella, and Mumps Antibodies in Health Care Workers and Evaluation of a Vaccination Program in a Tertiary Care Hospital in Japan.  Am J Infect Control  2003, 31 (3): 157-162.

  7. Beutels, P. and Gay, N. J.  Economic Evaluation of Options for Measles Vaccination Strategy in a Hypothetical Western European Country.  Epidemiol Infect.  2003, 130 (2): 273-283.

  8. Bray, M.  Pathogenesis and Potential Antiviral Therapy of Complications of Smallpox Vaccination.  Antiviral Res.  2003, 58 (2): 101-114.

  9. Bridges, C. B., Harper, S. A., Fukuda, K., Uyeki, T. M., Cox, N. J., and Singleton, J. A.  Prevention and Control of Influenza. Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP).  MMWR Recomm Rep.  4-25-2003, 52 (RR-8): 1-34.

  10. Brotherton, J. M., Delpech, V. C., Gilbert, G. L., Hatzi, S., Paraskevopoulos, P. D., and McAnulty, J. M.  A Large Outbreak of Influenza A and B on a Cruise Ship Causing Widespread Morbidity.  Epidemiol Infect.  2003, 130 (2): 263-271.

  11. Bugiani, M., Borraccino, A., Migliore, E., Carosso, A., Piccioni, P., Cavallero, M., Caria, E., Salamina, G., and Arossa, W.  Tuberculin Reactivity in Adult BCG-Vaccinated Subjects: a Cross-Sectional Study.  Int J Tuberc Lung Dis.  2003, 7 (4): 320-326.

  12. Burns, V. E., Carroll, D., Ring, C., and Drayson, M.  Antibody Response to Vaccination and Psychosocial Stress in Humans: Relationships and Mechanisms.  Vaccine  6-2-2003, 21 (19-20): 2523-2534.

  13. Cavdar, C., Sayan, M., Sifil, A., Artuk, C., Yilmaz, N., Bahar, H., and Camsari, T.  The Comparison of Antibody Response to Influenza Vaccination in Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis, Hemodialysis and Renal Transplantation Patients.  Scand J Urol Nephrol.  2003, 37 (1): 71-76.

  14. Chapman, R. S., Cross, K. W., and Fleming, D. M.  The Incidence of Shingles and Its Implications for Vaccination Policy.  Vaccine  6-2-2003, 21 (19-20): 2541-2547.

  15. Cherian, T., Varkki, S., Raghupathy, P., Ratnam, S., and Chandra, R. K.  Effect of Vitamin A Supplementation on the Immune Response to Measles Vaccination.  Vaccine  6-2-2003, 21 (19-20): 2418-2420.

  16. Claes, C. and Graf Von Der Schulenburg, JM  Cost Effectiveness of Pneumococcal Vaccination for Infants and Children With the Conjugate Vaccine PnC-7 in Germany.  Pharmacoeconomics.  2003, 21 (8): 587-600.

  17. Cotter, B., Bremer, V., Stroh, G., Msambichaka, K., Mabuzane, E., Munyoro, M., Shirehwa, F., Biellik, R., and Birmingham, M.  Assessment of Neonatal Tetanus Elimination in an African Setting by Lot Quality Assurance Cluster Sampling (LQA-CS).  Epidemiol Infect.  2003, 130 (2): 221-226.

  18. Das, J. and Das, S.  Trust, Learning, and Vaccination: a Case Study of a North Indian Village.  Soc Sci Med.  2003, 57 (1): 97-112.

  19. De Serres, G., Boulianne, N., Duval, B., Rochette, L., Grenier, J. L., Roussel, R., Donaldson, D., Tremblay, M., Toth, E., Menard, S., Landry, M., and Robert, Y.  Oculo-Respiratory Syndrome Following Influenza Vaccination: Evidence for Occurrence With More Than One Influenza Vaccine.  Vaccine  6-2-2003, 21 (19-20): 2346-2353.

  20. De Serres, G., Grenier, J. L., Toth, E., Menard, S., Roussel, R., Tremblay, M., Fradet, M. D., Landry, M., Robert, Y., and Skowronski, D. M.  The Clinical Spectrum of the Oculo-Respiratory Syndrome After Influenza Vaccination.  Vaccine  6-2-2003, 21 (19-20): 2354-2361.

  21. Del Giudice, G.  Vaccination Strategies. An Overview.  Vaccine  6-1-2003, 21 Suppl 2:S83-8: S83-S88.

  22. Dourado, I., Rios, M. H., Pereira, S. M., Cunha, S. S., Ichihara, M. Y., Goes, J. C., Rodrigues, L. C., Bierrenbach, A. L., and Barreto, M. L.  Rates of Adverse Reactions to First and Second Doses of BCG Vaccination: Results of a Large Community Trial in Brazilian Schoolchildren.  Int J Tuberc Lung Dis.  2003, 7 (4): 399-402.

  23. Enserink, M.  Infectious Diseases. Smallpox Vaccination Campaign in the Doldrums.  Science  5-9-2003, 300 (5621): 880-881.

  24. Fett, J. D.  Smallpox and Smallpox Vaccination.  N Engl J Med.  5-8-2003, 348 (19): 1920-1925.

  25. Geier, M. R., Geier, D. A., and Zahalsky, A. C.  Influenza Vaccination and Guillain Barre Syndrome Small Star, Filled.  Clin Immunol.  2003, 107 (2): 116-121.

  26. Greene, J.  To Be or Not to Be Vaccinated. The Smallpox Controversy Plays Out in California Hospitals.  Trustee.  2003, 56 (5): 14-7, 1.

  27. Heurter, H., Breen-Reid, K., Aronson, L., Lingard, L., Manning, D., and Ford-Jones, E. L.  Childhood Immunization. How Knowledgeable Are We?  Can Nurse  2003, 99 (4): 27-31.

  28. Javitt, G. H.  Drugs and Vaccines for the Common Defense: Refining FDA Regulation to Promote the Availability of Products to Counter Biological Attacks.  J Contemp.Health Law Policy  2002, 19 (1): 37-116.

  29. Josefson, D.  Smallpox Vaccination Confers Long Lasting Immunity.  BMJ  5-31-2003, 326 (7400): 1164.

  30. Kabir, Z., Long, J., Reddaiah, V. P., Kevany, J., and Kapoor, S. K.  Non-Specific Effect of Measles Vaccination on Overall Child Mortality in an Area of Rural India With High Vaccination Coverage: a Population-Based Case-Control Study.  Bull.World Health Organ  2003, 81 (4): 244-250.

  31. Kosuwon, P., Wasi, C., Sutra, S., Kositanont, U., Hutagalung, Y., and Bock, H. L.  Flexibility in the Administration Schedule of Varicella Vaccination in Healthy Adolescents and Young Adults.  Asian Pac.J Allergy Immunol.  2002, 20 (4): 241-245.

  32. Letai, A. G.  Smallpox and Smallpox Vaccination.  N Engl J Med.  5-8-2003, 348 (19): 1920-1925.

  33. Lofquist, J. M., Weimert, N. A., and Hayney, M. S.  Smallpox: A Review of Clinical Disease and Vaccination.  Am J Health Syst Pharm.  4-15-2003, 60 (8): 749-756.

  34. Milton, D. K.  Smallpox and Smallpox Vaccination.  N Engl J Med.  5-8-2003, 348 (19): 1920-1925.

  35. Neff, J. M., Lane, J. M., and Fulginiti, V. A.  Smallpox and Smallpox Vaccination.  N Engl J Med.  5-8-2003, 348 (19): 1920-1925.

  36. Odiit, A. and Amuge, B.  Comparison of Vaccination Status of Children Born in Health Units and Those Born at Home.  East Afr.Med.J  2003, 80 (1): 3-6.

  37. Osborne, G. E., Mallon, E., and Mayou, S. C.  Juvenile Sarcoidosis After BCG Vaccination.  J Am Acad Dermatol.  2003, 48 (5 Suppl): S99-S102.

  38. Pena-Rey, I., Perez-Farinos, N., and Sarria-Santamera, A.  [Determinants of Flu Vaccination in Galician Women Over 65 Years Old].  Aten Primaria  4-30-2003, 31 (7): 462.

  39. Rahman, M., Takahashi, O., Goto, M., and Fukui, T.  BCG Vaccination and Tuberculosis in Japan.  J Epidemiol.  2003, 13 (3): 127-135.

  40. Ringler, M., Gobel, G., Most, J., and Weithaler, K.  Fully Vaccinated Children Are Rare: Immunization Coverage and Seroprevalence in Austrian School Children.  Eur J Epidemiol.  2003, 18 (2): 161-170.

  41. Snyder, K. M.  Smallpox and Smallpox Vaccination.  N Engl J Med.  5-8-2003, 348 (19): 1920-1925.

  42. Thomas, D. M., Ray, S. M., Morton, F. J., Drew, J. S., Offutt, G., Whitney, C. G., and Jacobson, T. A.  Patient Education Strategies to Improve Pneumococcal Vaccination Rates: Randomized Trial.  J Investig.Med.  2003, 51 (3): 141-148.

  43. Trotter, C. L., Ramsay, M. E., and Slack, M. P.  Rising Incidence of Haemophilus Influenzae Type b Disease in England and Wales Indicates a Need for a Second Catch-Up Vaccination Campaign.  Commun Dis Public Health  2003, 6 (1): 55-58.

  44. Trotter, C. L., McVernon, J., Andrews, N. J., Burrage, M., and Ramsay, M. E.  Antibody to Haemophilus Influenzae Type b After Routine and Catch-Up Vaccination.  Lancet  5-3-2003, 361 (9368): 1523-1524.

  45. Voordouw, B. C., van der Linden, P. D., Simonian, S., van der, Lei J., Sturkenboom, M. C., and Stricker, B. H.  Influenza Vaccination in Community-Dwelling Elderly: Impact on Mortality and Influenza-Associated Morbidity.  Arch Intern Med.  5-12-2003, 163 (9): 1089-1094.

  46. Vyse, A. J., Gay, N. J., White, J. M., Ramsay, M. E., Brown, D. W., Cohen, B. J., Hesketh, L. M., Morgan-Capner, P., and Miller, E.  Evolution of Surveillance of Measles, Mumps, and Rubella in England and Wales: Providing the Platform for Evidence-Based Vaccination Policy.  Epidemiol.Rev.  2002, 24 (2): 125-136.

  47. Wallinga, J., Teunis, P., and Kretzschmar, M.  Reconstruction of Measles Dynamics in a Vaccinated Population.  Vaccine  6-2-2003, 21 (19-20): 2643-2650.

  48. Wasunna, A.  Contribution of Vaccinations Towards Reducing Morbidity and Mortality Among Children in Developing Countries.  East Afr Med J  2003, 80 (1): 1-2.

  49. Worthington, M. G. and Ross, J. J.  Smallpox and Smallpox Vaccination.  N Engl J Med.  5-8-2003, 348 (19): 1920-1925.

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