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VAERS Bibliography - October 2003

  1. Granier, H.; Nicolas, X.; Laborde, J. P.; Talarmin, F.  [Severe Autoimmune Thrombopenia Following Anti-Influenza Vaccination].   Presse Med.  32 (26): 1223-1224; August 9, 2003.

  2. Modrzejewski, K. A.; Provost, G. P.  Pharmacists' Involvement With Vaccinations Leads to Preventive Health Care Role.   Am J Health Syst Pharm.  60 (17): 1724, 1726, 1728; September 1, 2003.

  3. Public Health Dispatch: Measles Epidemic--Majuro Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands, July 13-September 13, 2003.   MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep.  52 (37): 888-889; September, 2003.

  4. Decline in Annual Incidence of Varicella--Selected States, 1990-2001.   MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep.  52 (37): 884-885; September, 2003.

  5. Fulginiti, V. A.  Risks of Smallpox Vaccination.   JAMA.  290 (11): 1452; September 17, 2003.

  6. Paranavithana, S.; Gunasekera, D. P.  A Case of Kawasaki Disease With Reaction at a DPT Vaccination Scar Site.   Ceylon Med J.  48 (2): 62; June, 2003.

  7. Eisner, M. D.  Asthma and Influenza Vaccination.   Chest.  124 (3): 775-777; September, 2003.

  8. Gray, J.  Public Health: Bush's Smallpox Vaccination Plan.   J Law Med Ethics.  31 (2): 312-314; 2003.

  9. An Advisory Committee Statement (ACS). National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI). Statement on Influenza Vaccination for the 2003-2004 Season.   Can Commun Dis Rep.  29:1-20. (): 1-20; August 15, 2003.

  10. Aaby, P.; Garly, M. L.; Bale, C.; Martins, C.; Jensen, H.; Lisse, I.; Whittle, H.  Survival of Previously Measles-Vaccinated and Measles-Unvaccinated Children in an Emergency Situation: An Unplanned Study.   Pediatr Infect Dis J.  22 (9): 798-805; September, 2003.

  11. Van Den Hoven, M. A.; Verweij, M. F.  Should We Promote Influenza Vaccination of Health Care Workers in Nursing Homes? Some Ethical Arguments in Favour of Immunization.   Age Ageing.  32 (5): 487-489; September, 2003.

  12. Platonov, A. E.; Vershinina, I. V.; Kuijper, E. J.; Borrow, R.; Kayhty, H.  Long Term Effects of Vaccination of Patients Deficient in a Late Complement Component With a Tetravalent Meningococcal Polysaccharide Vaccine.   Vaccine.  21 (27-28): 4437-4447; October 1, 2003.

  13. Dannetun, E.; Tegnell, A.; Normann, B.; Garpenholt, O.; Giesecke, J.  Influenza Vaccine Coverage and Reasons for Non-Vaccination in a Sample of People Above 65 Years of Age, in Sweden, 1998-2000.   Scand.J Infect Dis.  35 (6-7): 389-393; 2003.

  14. Litt, J.; Burgess, M.  Varicella and Varicella Vaccination. An Update.   Aust.Fam.Physician.  32 (8): 583-587; August, 2003.

  15. Bourdet, S. V.; Kelley, M.; Rublein, J.; Williams, D. M.  Effect of a Pharmacist-Managed Program of Pneumococcal and Influenza Immunization on Vaccination Rates Among Adult Inpatients.   Am J Health Syst Pharm.  60 (17): 1767-1771; September 1, 2003.

  16. Ford, E. S.; Mannino, D. M.; Williams, S. G.  Asthma and Influenza Vaccination: Findings From the 1999-2001 National Health Interview Surveys.   Chest.  124 (3): 783-789; September, 2003.

  17. Tata, L. J.; West, J.; Harrison, T.; Farrington, P.; Smith, C.; Hubbard, R.  Does Influenza Vaccination Increase Consultations, Corticosteroid Prescriptions, or Exacerbations in Subjects With Asthma or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease?   Thorax.  58 (10): 835-839; October, 2003.

  18. Mills, A. E.; Murdolo, V.; Webb, S. P.  A Rare Local Granulomatous Complication of Q Fever Vaccination.   Med J Aust.  179 (3): 166; August 4, 2003.

  19. Gallwitz, S.; Schutzbank, T.; Heberling, R. L.; Kalter, S. S.; Galpin, J. E.  Smallpox: Residual Antibody After Vaccination.   J Clin Microbiol.  41 (9): 4068-4070; September, 2003.

  20. Kula, S.  Smallpox Vaccination.   Arch Dis Child.  88 (10): 841; October, 2003.

  21. Brisson, M.; Edmunds, W. J.  Varicella Vaccination in England and Wales: Cost-Utility Analysis.   Arch Dis Child.  88 (10): 862-869; October, 2003.

  22. Bellaby, P.  Communication and Miscommunication of Risk: Understanding UK Parents' Attitudes to Combined MMR Vaccination.   BMJ.  327 (7417): 725-728; September 27, 2003.

  23. Swartz, T. A.; Saliou, P.; Catznelson, E.; Blondeau, C.; Gil, I.; Peled, T.; Havkin, O.; Fletcher, M.  Immune Response to a Diphtheria and Tetanus Toxoid Administration in a Three-Dose Diphtheria Tetanus Whole-Cell Pertussis/Enhanced Inactivated Poliovirus Vaccination Schedule: A 7-Year Follow Up.   Eur J Epidemiol.  18 (8): 827-833; 2003.

  24. Teichmann, D.; Gobels, K.; Niedrig, M.; Grobusch, M. P.  Clinical and Laboratory Features of Dengue Virus-Infected Travellers Previously Vaccinated Against Yellow Fever.   Scand.J Infect Dis.  35 (6-7): 427-429; 2003.

  25. MacIntyre, C. R.; Chu, C. P.; Burgess, M. A.  Use of Hospitalization and Pharmaceutical Prescribing Data to Compare the Prevaccination Burden of Varicella and Herpes Zoster in Australia.   Epidemiol Infect.  131 (1): 675-682; August, 2003.

  26. Massoudi, M. S.; Barker, L.; Schwartz, B.  Effectiveness of Postexposure Vaccination for the Prevention of Smallpox: Results of a Delphi Analysis.   J Infect Dis.  188 (7): 973-976; October 1, 2003.

  27. Preziosi, M. P.; Halloran, M. E.  Effects of Pertussis Vaccination on Disease: Vaccine Efficacy in Reducing Clinical Severity.   Clin Infect Dis.  37 (6): 772-779; September 15, 2003.

  28. Pukhalsky, A. L.; Shmarina, G. V.; Bliacher, M. S.; Fedorova, I. M.; Toptygina, A. P.; Fisenko, J. J.; Alioshkin, V. A.  Cytokine Profile After Rubella Vaccine Inoculation: Evidence of the Immunosuppressive Effect of Vaccination.   Mediators.Inflamm.  12 (4): 203-207; 2003.

  29. Lau, C.; Sisson, J.  The Effectiveness of Intradermal Pre-Exposure Rabies Vaccination in an Australian Travel Medicine Clinic.   J Travel.Med.  9 (6): 285-288; November, 2002.

  30. Ehreth, J.  The Value of Vaccination: A Global Perspective.   Vaccine.  21 (27-28): 4105-4117; October 1, 2003.

  31. Wong, S. J.; Boyle, R. H.; Demarest, V. L.; Woodmansee, A. N.; Kramer, L. D.; Li, H.; Drebot, M.; Koski, R. A.; Fikrig, E.; Martin, D. A.; Shi, P. Y.  Immunoassay Targeting Nonstructural Protein 5 to Differentiate West Nile Virus Infection From Dengue and St. Louis Encephalitis Virus Infections and From Flavivirus Vaccination.   J Clin Microbiol.  41 (9): 4217-4223; September, 2003.

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