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VAERS Bibliography - May 2003

  1. Proceedings of a Meeting of the Expert Advisory Group on Rubella in Canada. Winnipeg, Canada, November 22, 2001.  Can.Commun.Dis.Rep.  2002, 28 Suppl 4:1-24: 1-24.

  2. Smallpox Vaccination Program.  Tar.Heel.Nurse  2003, 65 (2): 15-16.

  3. Smallpox: to Vaccinate or Not?   Tex.Nurs.  2003, 77 (2): 8-9, 12.

  4. Federation Witness Supports Voluntary Vaccinations.  Hosp.Outlook  2003, 6 (1): 1, 8.

  5. Cardiac Adverse Events Following Smallpox Vaccination--United States, 2003.  MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep.  3-28-2003, 52 (12): 248-250.

  6. Checklist for Registered Nurses--Smallpox Vaccination.  Kans.Nurse  2003, 78 (2): 17.

  7. Good Sources of General Vaccine Information...and for Smallpox.  Child Health Alert.  2003, 21:5: 5.

  8. Statement of the American Nurses Association Before the Institute of Medicine's Committee on Smallpox Vaccination Program Implementation.  Miss.RN.  2003, 65 (1): 5-6.

  9. 9.      Alpert, M.  Spotty Defense. Big Cities Are Late to Vaccinate Against Smallpox.  Sci.Am.  2003, 288 (5): 20, 23.

  10. Artz, A. S., Ershler, W. B., and Longo, D. L.  Pneumococcal Vaccination and Revaccination of Older Adults.  Clin.Microbiol.Rev.  2003, 16 (2): 308-318.

  11. Benjamin, G. C.  Smallpox Vaccination Policy: Part II-Preparedness Begins.  Physician Exec.  2003, 29 (2): 61-63.

  12. Bishaia, D., Koenig, M., and Khan, M. A.  Measles Vaccination Improves the Equity of Health Outcomes: Evidence From Bangladesh.  Health Econ.  2003, 12 (5): 415-419.

  13. Blakeney, B.  Statement of Barbara Blakeney, MS, APRN, BC, ANP President, American Nurses Association. Regarding National Network for Immunization Information (NNii) Smallpox Vaccination Survey Findings--January 22, 2003.  Ala Nurse  2003, 30 (1): 12.

  14.   Booss, J. and Davis, L. E.  Smallpox and Smallpox Vaccination: Neurological Implications.  Neurology  4-22-2003, 60 (8): 1241-1245.

  15. Brodkin, H.  Economic Analysis of Influenza Vaccination and Treatment.  Ann.Intern.Med.  4-1-2003, 138 (7): 607-609.

  16. Buchwald, U. K. and Pirofski, L.  Immune Therapy for Infectious Diseases at the Dawn of the 21(St) Century: the Past, Present and Future Role of Antibody Therapy, Therapeutic Vaccination and Biological Response Modifiers.  Curr.Pharm.Des  2003, 9 (12): 945-968.

  17. Cochran, C. E., Smith, D. R., Reid, G., Morrow, H., and Ramirez, J.  Protecting Texas Children: Evidence-Based Recommendations for Improving Childhood Vaccination Rates.  Tex.Med.  2003, 99 (3): 52-60.

  18. Colino, J. and Snapper, C. M.  Dendritic Cells, New Tools for Vaccination.  Microbes.Infect.  2003, 5 (4): 311-319.

  19. Conti, R.  Smallpox Vaccinations: the Risks and the Benefits.  Issue.Brief.(Commonw.Fund.)  2003, 620): 1-9.

  20. de Vries, P. A., Oei-Reyners, A. K., Moller, A. V., Timens, W., Tulleken, J. E., and van der Werf, T. S.  [Fulminant Pneumococcal Sepsis in Two Splenectomized Patients].  Ned.Tijdschr.Geneeskd.  3-8-2003, 147 (10): 450-454.

  21. Dili, Z.  The IOM Committee on Smallpox Vaccination.  Am.J Nurs.  2003, 103 (4): 27.

  22. Gandjour, A.  Economic Analysis of Influenza Vaccination and Treatment.  Ann.Intern.Med.  4-1-2003, 138 (7): 607-608.

  23. Giammanco, A., Taormina, S., Chiarini, A., Dardanoni, G., Stefanelli, P., Salmaso, S., and Mastrantonio, P.  Analogous IgG Subclass Response to Pertussis Toxin in Vaccinated Children, Healthy or Affected by Whooping Cough.  Vaccine  5-16-2003, 21 (17-18): 1924-1931.

  24. Giles, S. G.  A Home Based Health Check Combined With Influenza Vaccination Improved Uptake of Influenza Vaccination in People >/=75 Years of Age.  Evid.Based.Nurs.  2003, 6 (2): 52-53.

  25. Giusti, R. J.  An Outbreak of Varicella Despite Vaccination.  N.Engl.J Med.  4-3-2003, 348 (14): 1405-1407.

  26. Grist, N. R.  Smallpox and Vaccination.  Lancet  4-5-2003, 361 (9364): 1228.

  27. Hak, E., Hoes, A. W., Grobbee, D. E., Lammers, J. W., Van Essen, G. A., Van Loon, A. M., and Verheij, T. J.  Conventional Influenza Vaccination Is Not Associated With Complications in Working-Age Patients With Asthma or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.  Am.J Epidemiol.  4-15-2003, 157 (8): 692-700.

  28. Hirsch, R. L.  Vaccination Rates: Supply, Demand, and Tracking.  Arch.Intern.Med.  4-14-2003, 163 (7): 849-850.

  29. Iglesias, Berengue J., Lopez, Espinosa J., Campins, Marti M., Ortega, Lopez J., and Moraga, Llop F.  [Vaccinations and Solid-Organ Transplantation: Review and Recommendations].  An Pediatr.(Barc.)  2003, 58 (4): 364-375.

  30. Jalba, M. S.  Atypical Mycobacterial Infection, Starvation and Effect of BCG Vaccination on Tuberculin Skin Test.  Thorax  2003, 58 (4): 367-368.

  31. Jefferson, T. and Demicheli, V.  Economic Analysis of Influenza Vaccination and Treatment.  Ann.Intern.Med.  4-1-2003, 138 (7): 607-609.

  32. Jonkers, R. E. and Boersma, W. G.  [Pneumococcal Vaccination in Adults].  Ned.Tijdschr.Geneeskd.  3-8-2003, 147 (10): 437-441.

  33. Karima, T. M., Bukhari, S. Z., Fatani, M. I., Yasin, K. A., Al Afif, K. A., and Hafiz, F. H.  Clinical and Microbiological Spectrum of Meningococcal Disease in Adults During Hajj 2000: An Implication of Quadrivalent Vaccination Policy.  J Pak.Med.Assoc.  2003, 53 (1): 3-7.

  34. Kunter, E., Cerrahoglu, K., Ilvan, A., Isitmangil, T., Turken, O., Okutan, O., Kartaloglu, Z., and Cavuslu, S.  The Value of Pleural Fluid Anti-A60 IgM in BCG-Vaccinated Tuberculous Pleurisy Patients.  Clin.Microbiol.Infect.  2003, 9 (3): 212-220.

  35. Lim, C. S., Chan, K. P., Goh, K. T., and Chow, V. T.  Hemagglutinin-Neuraminidase Sequence and Phylogenetic Analyses of Mumps Virus Isolates From a Vaccinated Population in Singapore.  J Med.Virol.  2003, 70 (2): 287-292.

  36. Maier, T., Tun-Kyi, A., Tassis, A., Jungius, K. P., Burg, G., Dummer, R., and Nestle, F. O.  Vaccination of Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma Patients Using Intranodal Injection of Autologous Tumor Lysate Pulsed Dendritic Cells.  Blood  4-24-2003, . (.

  37. Meltzer, M. I. and Bridges, C. B.  Economic Analysis of Influenza Vaccination and Treatment.  Ann.Intern.Med.  4-1-2003, 138 (7): 608-609.

  38. Mercado, U.  Antibody Responses Following Vaccination in Lupus Patients.  Rev.Invest Clin.  2003, 55 (1): 93-94.

  39. Moran, G. J., Everett, W. W., Karras, D. J., Pesik, N. T., and Sztajnkrycer, M. D.  Smallpox Vaccination for Emergency Physicians: Joint Statement of the AAEM and the SAEM.  J Emerg.Med.  2003, 24 (3): 351-352.

  40. Nichol, K. L., Nordin, J., Mullooly, J., Lask, R., Fillbrandt, K., and Iwane, M.  Influenza Vaccination and Reduction in Hospitalizations for Cardiac Disease and Stroke Among the Elderly.  N.Engl.J Med.  4-3-2003, 348 (14): 1322-1332.

  41. Nichol, K. L., Mallon, K. P., and Mendelman, P. M.  Cost Benefit of Influenza Vaccination in Healthy, Working Adults: an Economic Analysis Based on the Results of a Clinical Trial of Trivalent Live Attenuated Influenza Virus Vaccine.  Vaccine  5-16-2003, 21 (17-18): 2216-2226.

  42. Okuno, Y.  [Examination and Vaccination Against Influenza].  Rinsho Byori  2003, 51 (3): 268-273.

  43. Ortolon, K.  Take Your Best Shot. TMA, Specialty Societies Launch Efforts to Boost Vaccinations.  Tex.Med.  2003, 99 (3): 40-43.

  44. Pericas, Bosch J.  [Immunisation: Leaps into the Future. Foreseeable Changes in Childrens Vaccination Calendar in the Coming Years].  Aten.Primaria  3-30-2003, 31 (5): 327-333.

  45. Piedra, P. A.  Clinical Experience With Respiratory Syncytial Virus Vaccines.  Pediatr.Infect.Dis.J  2003, 22 (2 Suppl): S94-S99.

  46. Piotrowski, J.  Vaccination Hesitation. Congress, HHS Look to Tackle Safety Worries About Smallpox Vaccinations.  Mod.Healthc.  2-17-2003, 33 (7): 18.

  47. Plotkin, S. A.  Vaccines, Vaccination, and Vaccinology.  J Infect.Dis.  5-1-2003, 187 (9): 1349-1359.

  48. Preziosi, M. P. and Halloran, M. E.  Effects of Pertussis Vaccination on Transmission: Vaccine Efficacy for Infectiousness.  Vaccine  5-16-2003, 21 (17-18): 1853-1861.

  49. Quian, J. W.  An Outbreak of Varicella Despite Vaccination.  N.Engl.J Med.  4-3-2003, 348 (14): 1405-1407.

  50. Rainer, S. R.  Smallpox Vaccination Program Implementation Raises Concerns and Questions.  N.J Nurse  2003, 33 (2): 8.

  51. Schott, M. and Seissler, J.  Dendritic Cell Vaccination: New Hope for the Treatment of Metastasized Endocrine Malignancies.  Trends Endocrinol.Metab  2003, 14 (4): 156-162.

  52. Sibbald, B.  US Hospitals Balking at Smallpox Vaccination.  CMAJ.  4-15-2003, 168 (8): 1034.

  53. Sullivan, P.  Cardiac Cases Trigger Advisory About Smallpox Vaccination.  CMAJ.  4-29-2003, 168 (9): 1167.

  54. Talbot, L. A.  Biological Threats to America's Health.  Biol.Res.Nurs.  2003, 4 (4): 241-243.

  55. Tidmarsh, L.  There Is Little Evidence That Combined Vaccination Against Measles, Mumps, and Rubella Is Associated With Autism.  Evid.Based.Ment.Health  2003, 6 (2): 62.

  56. Torvaldsen, S., Simpson, J. M., and McIntyre, P. B.  Effectiveness of Pertussis Vaccination in New South Wales, Australia, 1996-1998.  Eur.J Epidemiol.  2003, 18 (1): 63-69.

  57. Traynor, K.  More Than 100,000 Troops Receive Smallpox Vaccination. Early Data Reveal Few Serious Adverse Events.  Am.J Health Syst.Pharm.  4-1-2003, 60 (7): 644-645.

  58. Turner, C., Boyle, F., and O'Rourke, P.  Mothers' Health Post-Partum and Their Patterns of Seeking Vaccination for Their Infants.  Int.J Nurs.Pract.  2003, 9 (2): 120-126.

  59. van Dijk, G. W., van Leeuwen, H. J., van Gijn, J., and Hoepelman, I. M.  [Missing Spleen: Indication for Pneumococcal Vaccination].  Ned.Tijdschr.Geneeskd.  3-8-2003, 147 (10): 425-428.

  60. Van Essen, G. A., Palache, A. M., Forleo, E., and Fedson, D. S.  Influenza Vaccination in 2000: Recommendations and Vaccine Use in 50 Developed and Rapidly Developing Countries.  Vaccine  5-1-2003, 21 (16): 1780-1785.

  61. Vigni, L.  [Smallpox Vaccination in Siena During the Napoleonic Era].  Infez.Med.  2001, 9 (2): 115-118.

  62. Visser, M., Hogeman, P. H., van Vught, A. J., Revesz, T., and Wolfs, T. F.  [Fulminating Pneumococcal Septicemia in a 2 Year Old Child With Sickle Cell Anemia].  Ned.Tijdschr.Geneeskd.  3-8-2003, 147 (10): 454-456.

  63. Wack, R. P.  An Outbreak of Varicella Despite Vaccination.  N.Engl.J Med.  4-3-2003, 348 (14): 1405-1407.

  64. Wei, K. X., Xie, Y. F., and Yao, Z. F.  [Analysis of HFRS Vaccination Against Hemorrhagic Fever With Renal Syndrome During 1999-2000 in Laiwu City].  Zhonghua Shi Yan.He.Lin.Chuang.Bing.Du Xue.Za Zhi.  2002, 16 (3): 283-285.

  65. Weiner, B. and Irwin, M.  Current Initiatives for Emergency Preparedness Response: Commentary on "New Challenges for Public Health Care: Biological and Chemical Weapons Awareness, Surveillance, and Response".  Biol.Res.Nurs.  2003, 4 (4): 255-257.

  66. Wharton, M., Strikas, R. A., Harpaz, R., Rotz, L. D., Schwartz, B., Casey, C. G., Pearson, M. L., and Anderson, L. J.  Recommendations for Using Smallpox Vaccine in a Pre-Event Vaccination Program. Supplemental Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) and the Healthcare Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee (HICPAC).  MMWR Recomm.Rep.  4-4-2003, 52 (RR-7): 1-16.

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