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VAERS Bibliography - March 2003

  1. New Dynamics of Setting Vaccination Strategies in Developing Countries Child Care Health Dev.  2003, 29 (2): 91-94.

  2. One on One. Am I Still Immune to Smallpox If I Was Vaccinated As a Child? Mayo Clin.Womens Healthsource.  2003, 7 (3): 8.

  3. Smallpox Vaccine Adverse Events Monitoring and Response System for the First Stage of the Smallpox Vaccination Program MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep.  2-7-2003, 52 (5): 88-9, 99.

  4. Smallpox Vaccinations Trouble Gay, Legal, Medical Communities AIDS Policy Law  1-31-2003, 18 (2): 1, 4.

  5. Recommended Childhood and Adolescent Immunization Schedule. United States, 2003. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep.  1-31-2003, 52 (4): Q1-Q4.

  6. Facilitating Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination Through Standing Orders Programs MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep.  1-31-2003, 52 (4): 68-69.

  7. Brisson, M. and Edmunds, W. J.  Economic Evaluation of Vaccination Programs: the Impact of Herd-Immunity Med.Decis.Making  2003, 23 (1): 76-82.

  8. Chaloner, J. H. and Ormerod, L. P.  Assessment of the Impact of BCG Vaccination on Tuberculosis Incidence in South Asian Adult Immigrants Commun.Dis.Public Health  2002, 5 (4): 338-340.

  9. Freed, G. L., Davis, M. M., and Clark, S. J.  Variation in Public and Private Supply of Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine During a Shortage JAMA  2-5-2003, 289 (5): 575-578.

  10. Furth, S. L., Arbus, G. S., Hogg, R., Tarver, J., Chan, C., and Fivush, B. A.  Varicella Vaccination in Children With Nephrotic Syndrome: A Report of the Southwest Pediatric Nephrology Study Group J Pediatr.  2003, 142 (2): 145-148.

  11. Garner, D. and Weston, V.  Effectiveness of Vaccination for Haemophilus Influenzae Type b Lancet  2-1-2003, 361 (9355): 395-396.

  12. Godreuil, S., Delhaume, O., Besset-Prat, L., Blayac, J. P., Peyriere, H., and Bonnet, P.  [Acute Haemorrhagic Pericarditis Following Influenza Vaccination] Presse Med.  2-15-2003, 32 (6): 258-259.

  13. Gomez-Lus, M. L., Gimenez, M. J., Vazquez, J. A., Aguilar, L., Anta, L., Berron, S., Laguna, B., and Prieto, J.  Opsonophagocytosis Versus Complement Bactericidal Killing As Effectors Following Neisseria Meningitidis Group C Vaccination Infect.  2003, 31 (1): 51-54.

  14. Gruber, C., Illi, S., Lau, S., Nickel, R., Forster, J., Kamin, W., Bauer, C. P., Wahn, V., and Wahn, U.  Transient Suppression of Atopy in Early Childhood Is Associated With High Vaccination Coverage Pediatrics  2003, 111 (3): e282-e288.

  15. Heath, P. T., Booy, R., McVernon, J., Bowen-Morris, J., Griffiths, H., Slack, M. P., Moloney, A. C., Ramsay, M. E., and Moxon, E. R.  Hib Vaccination in Infants Born Prematurely Arch.Dis.Child  2003, 88 (3): 206-210.

  16. Huerta, M., Balicer, R. D., and Leventhal, A.  SWOT Analysis: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats of the Israeli Smallpox Revaccination Program Isr.Med.Assoc.J  2003, 5 (1): 42-46.

  17. Kaur, S., Faridi, M. M., and Agarwal, K. N.  BCG Vaccination Reaction in Low Birth Weight Infants Indian J Med.Res.  2002, 116:64-9. (): 64-69.

  18. Khanal, P.  Nepal's Childhood Mortality Falls by Half As Vaccinations Rise Tenfold Bull.World Health Organ  2002, 80 (12): 988-989.

  19. Kimmel, S. R.  A Mother Who Refuses to Vaccinate Her Child Am.Fam.Physician  2-1-2003, 67 (3): 651, 655-651, 656.

  20. Korang, K., Ghohestani, R., Krieg, T., Uitto, J., and Hunzelmann, N.  Exacerbation of Pemphigus Foliaceus After Tetanus Vaccination Accompanied by Synthesis of Auto-Antibodies Against Paraneoplastic Pemphigus Antigens Acta Derm.Venereol.  2002, 82 (6): 482-483.

  21. Krause, T. G., Hviid, A., Koch, A., Friborg, J., Hjuler, T., Wohlfahrt, J., Olsen, O. R., Kristensen, B., and Melbye, M.  BCG Vaccination and Risk of Atopy JAMA  2-26-2003, 289 (8): 1012-1015.

  22. Lakshman, R., Murdoch, C., Race, G., Burkinshaw, R., Shaw, L., and Finn, A.  Pneumococcal Nasopharyngeal Carriage in Children Following Heptavalent Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccination in Infancy Arch.Dis.Child  2003, 88 (3): 211-214.

  23. Lo, P.  US Smallpox Vaccination Off to Slow Start Nat.Med.  2003, 9 (3): 249.

  24. 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.

  25. McIntyre, P. B., Williams, A. H., and Leask, J. E.  Refusal of Parents to Vaccinate: Dereliction of Duty or Legitimate Personal Choice? Med.J Aust.  2-17-2003, 178 (4): 150-151.

  26. Mermel, L. A.  Risk of Cutaneous Vaccinia From Health Care Workers Who Receive Smallpox Vaccine JAMA  2003, 289 (7): 844-845.

  27. Meyers, D. G.  Myocardial Infarction, Stroke, and Sudden Cardiac Death May Be Prevented by Influenza Vaccination Curr.Atheroscler.Rep.  2003, 5 (2): 146-149.

  28. Mortimer, P. P.  Can Postexposure Vaccination Against Smallpox Succeed? Clin.Infect.Dis.  3-1-2003, 36 (5): 622-629.

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

  30. Novakova, E., Kosecka, G., Gajdos, J., Olear, V., and Hudeckova, H.  Evaluation of Antibody Response After Vaccination With Conjugate Haemophilus Influenzae Type b Vaccine in Infants and Toddlers in Slovakia Eur.J Pediatr.  2003, 162 (2): 110-111.

  31. Ramsay, M. E., Andrews, N. J., Trotter, C. L., Kaczmarski, E. B., and Miller, E.  Herd Immunity From Meningococcal Serogroup C Conjugate Vaccination in England: Database Analysis BMJ  2-15-2003, 326 (7385): 365-366.

  32. Saray, Y., Seckin, D., Sarifakioglu, E., Gulec, A. T., and Demirhan, B.  Acute Infantile Haemorrhagic Oedema: Measles Vaccination As Possible Triggering Factor Acta Derm.Venereol.  2002, 82 (6): 471-472.

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

  34. Stephenson, J.  Smallpox Vaccine Program Launched Amid Concerns Raised by Expert Panel, Unions JAMA  2-12-2003, 289 (6): 685-686.

  35. Szilagyi, P. G., Iwane, M. K., Humiston, S. E., Schaffer, S., McInerny, T., Shone, L., Jennings, J., Washington, M. L., and Schwartz, B.  Time Spent by Primary Care Practices on Pediatric Influenza Vaccination Visits: Implications for Universal Influenza Vaccination Arch.Pediatr.Adolesc.Med.  2003, 157 (2): 191-195.

  36. van Turennout, C., Vandelanotte, J., van den, Akker M., and Depoorter, A. M.  A Mass Campaign Too Often? Results of a Vaccination Coverage Survey in the Dikgale-Soekmekaar District S Afr.Med.J  2003, 93 (1): 65-68.

  37. Walsh, M.  Smallpox: the Disease and Strategies for Its Control Nurs.Times  12-17-2002, 98 (51): 26-27.

  38. Wanyama, C.  Africa's Largest Measles Vaccination Campaign Could Reduce Childhood Mortality by 20% Bull.World Health Organ  2002, 80 (12): 989.

  39. Wong-Beringer, A., Brodetsky, E., and Quist, R.  Pneumococcal Vaccination in Hospitalized Elderly Patients: Role of the Pharmacist Pharmacotherapy  2003, 23 (2): 199-208.

  40. Woodberry, T., Gardner, J., Elliott, S. L., Leyrer, S., Purdie, D. M., Chaplin, P., and Suhrbier, A.  Prime Boost Vaccination Strategies: CD8 T Cell Numbers, Protection, and Th1 Bias J Immunol.  3-1-2003, 170 (5): 2599-2604.

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