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VAERS Bibliography - August 2004

  1. DNA Vaccinations for Efficient Generation of Antibodies. Nat.Cell Biol. 32 (9): 10; October, 2003.

  2. National, State, and Urban Area Vaccination Coverage Among Children Aged 19-35 Months--United States, 2003. MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep.  53 (29): 658-661; July 30, 2004.

  3. Information From Your Family Doctor. Travel Vaccines. Am.Fam.Physician. 70 (1): 103-104; July 1, 2004.

  4. Abadoglu, O.; Mungan, D.; Pasaoglu, G.; Celik, G.; Misirligil, Z. Influenza Vaccination in Patients With Asthma: Effect on the Frequency of Upper Respiratory Tract Infections and Exacerbations. J.Asthma. 41 (3): 279-283; 2004.

  5. Ahmad, K. Polio Vaccination to Restart in Kenya. Lancet Infect.Dis. 4 (7): 391; July, 2004.

  6. Ahmad, K. Kano to Recommence Vaccination Against Poliomyelitis. Lancet Neurol. 3 (7): 388; July, 2004.

  7. Andrus, J. K. Rotavirus Vaccines. Lancet. 364 (9430): 246; July 17, 2004.

  8. Apple, J.; Hare, P.; Crerar, C.; Walker, E.; Wilson, J.; Brown, C.; Moses, K.; Hendrickson, T.; Field, D.; Hoffman, F.; Pedrus, P.; Miller, J.; Smith, B. Implementing a Smallpox Vaccination Program Aboard an Aircraft Carrier. Mil.Med. 169 (6): 455-460; June, 2004.

  9. Arribas, J. L.; Hernandez-Navarrete, M. J.; Solano, V. M. [Adult Vaccination Update]. Enferm.Infecc.Microbiol.Clin. 22 (6): 342-354; June, 2004.

  10. Bardin, P. G. Vaccination for Asthma Exacerbations. Intern.Med.J. 34 (6): 358-360; June, 2004.

  11. Barker, L. E.; Chu, S. Y.; Smith, P. J. Disparities in Immunizations. Am.J.Public Health. 94 (6): 906; June, 2004.

  12. Bate, C.; Kwiatkowski, D. P.; Taverne, J.; Playfair, J. H. Immunizing Against Toxic Malarial Antigens: Reply. Parasitol.Today. 10 (1): 24; 1994.

  13. Bonito, A. J.; Lenfestey, N. F.; Eicheldinger, C.; Iannacchione, V. G.; Campbell, L. Disparities in Immunizations Among Elderly Medicare Beneficiaries, 2000 to 2002. Am.J.Prev.Med. 27 (2): 153-160; August, 2004.

  14. Chen, Y. H.; Liou, S. H.; Chou, C. C.; Su, W. L.; Loh, C. H.; Lin, S. H. Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination of the Elderly in Taiwan. Vaccine. 22 (21-22): 2806-2811; July 29, 2004.

  15. Chiba, H.; Ohrui, T.; Matsui, T.; Fukushima, T.; Sasaki, H. Benefits of Pneumococcal Vaccination for Bedridden Patients. J.Am.Geriatr.Soc. 52 (8): 1410; August, 2004.

  16. Chu, S. Y.; Barker, L. E.; Smith, P. J. Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Preschool Immunizations: United States, 1996-2001. Am.J.Public Health. 94 (6): 973-977; June, 2004.

  17. Clark, I. A.; Rockett, K. A. Immunizing Against Toxic Malarial Antigens. Parasitol.Today. 10 (1): 6; 1994.

  18. Cooper, P. J.; Chico, M. E.; Gaus, D.; Griffin, G. E. Relationship Between Bacille Calmette-Guerin Vaccination, Mantoux Test Positivity, and Geohelminth Infection. Trans.R.Soc.Trop.Med.Hyg. 97 (4): 473-476; July, 2003.

  19. D'Alessandro, D.; Ciriminna, S.; Rossini, A.; Bossa, M. C.; Fara, G. M. Requests of Medical Examinations After Pneumococcal & Influenza Vaccination in the Elderly. Indian J.Med.Res. 119 Suppl:108-14; May, 2004.

  20. Dombkowski, K. J.; Lantz, P. M.; Freed, G. L. Role of Health Insurance and a Usual Source of Medical Care in Age-Appropriate Vaccination. Am.J.Public Health. 94 (6): 960-966; June, 2004.

  21. Eckart, R. E.; Love, S. S.; Atwood, J. E.; Arness, M. K.; Cassimatis, D. C.; Campbell, C. L.; Boyd, S. Y.; Murphy, J. G.; Swerdlow, D. L.; Collins, L. C.; Riddle, J. R.; Tornberg, D. N.; Grabenstein, J. D.; Engler, R. J. Incidence and Follow-Up of Inflammatory Cardiac Complications After Smallpox Vaccination. J.Am.Coll.Cardiol. 44 (1): 201-205; July 7, 2004.

  22. Fawcett, P. T.; Rose, C. D.; Maduskuie, V. Long-Term Effects of Immunization With Recombinant Lipoprotein Outer Surface Protein a on Serologic Test for Lyme Disease. Clin.Diagn.Lab Immunol. 11 (4): 808-810; July, 2004.

  23. Fleck, F. Nigerian State of Kano Resumes Polio Vaccination. BMJ. 329 (7457): 70; July 10, 2004.

  24. Flynn, M.; Ogden, J. Predicting Uptake of MMR Vaccination: a Prospective Questionnaire Study. Br.J.Gen.Pract. 54 (504): 526-530; July, 2004.

  25. Folio, L. R.; Lahti, R. L.; Cockrum, D. S.; Bills, S.; Younker, M. R. Initial Experience With Mass Immunization As a Bioterrorism Countermeasure. J.Am.Osteopath.Assoc. 104 (6): 240-243; June, 2004.

  26. Frick, K. D.; Scanlon, D. P.; Bandeen-Roche, K.; Kasper, J. D.; Simonsick, E. M.; Sullivan, E. M. Influenza Vaccination by Race Among Disabled Community Dwelling Older Women. J.Health Care Poor Underserved. 15 (2): 220-236; May, 2004.

  27. Gans, H. A.; Yasukawa, L. L.; Alderson, A.; Rinki, M.; Dehovitz, R.; Maldonado, Y.; Arvin, A. M. T Cell Immunity to Measles Viral Proteins in Infants and Adults After Measles Immunization. Viral Immunol. 17 (2): 298-307; 2004.

  28. Gibson, W. A. Mass Smallpox Immunization Program in a Deployed Military Setting. Am.J.Emerg.Med. 22 (4): 267-269; July, 2004.

  29. Gong, Z. Y.; Weng, J. Q.; Zhao, Z. Y.; Chen, Y. T.; Zhu, A. G.; Fu, G. M.; Fang, C. F.; Zhu, Z. Y.; Chen, E. F.; Wang, C. Z.; Wang, W.; Lei, L. H.; Wang, Z. [Serological Surveillance on Hemorrhagic Fever Renal Syndrome After Vaccination]. Zhonghua Liu Xing.Bing.Xue.Za Zhi. 25 (5): 400-402; May, 2004.

  30. Hammer, S. J.; Backer, H.; Schechter, R. Immunization Injections.  Arch.Pediatr.Adolesc.Med. 158 (7): 708; July, 2004.

  31. Hinkle, J. L. The New Adult Immunization Schedule. J.Neurosci.Nurs. 36 (3): 167-172; June, 2004.

  32. Hopkins, R.; Bonow, J. School Entry Immunization: 15% of Students Lack Complete Vaccination Protection. J.Ark.Med.Soc. 101 (1): 18-19; July, 2004.

  33. Huebner, R. E.; Mbelle, N.; Forrest, B.; Madore, D. V.; Klugman, K. P. Long-Term Antibody Levels and Booster Responses in South African Children Immunized With Nonavalent Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine. Vaccine. 22 (21-22): 2696-2700; July 29, 2004.

  34. Ipp, M.; Taddio, A.; Goldbach, M.; Ben David, S.; Stevens, B.; Koren, G. Effects of Age, Gender and Holding on Pain Response During Infant Immunization. Can.J.Clin.Pharmacol. 11 (1): e2-e7; 2004.

  35. Isaacs, D.; Kilham, H. A.; Marshall, H. Should Routine Childhood Immunizations Be Compulsory? J.Paediatr.Child Health. 40 (7): 392-396; July, 2004.

  36. John, S.; Lalitha, G.; George, K.; Joseph, A. Serological Response to Early Measles Vaccination. J.Trop.Pediatr. 50 (3): 175-177; June, 2004.

  37. Keles, E.; Kaygusuz, I.; Karlidag, T.; Yalcin, S.; Acik, Y.; Alpay, H. C.; lu, O. Prevalence of Otitis Media With Effusion in First and Second Grade Primary School Students and Its Correlation With BCG Vaccination. Int.J.Pediatr.Otorhinolaryngol. 68 (8): 1069-1074; August, 2004.

  38. Kempe, A.; Beaty, B. L.; Steiner, J. F.; Pearson, K. A.; Lowery, N. E.; Daley, M. F.; Crane, L. A.; Berman, S. The Regional Immunization Registry As a Public Health Tool for Improving Clinical Practice and Guiding Immunization Delivery Policy. Am.J.Public Health. 94 (6): 967-972; June, 2004.

  39. Kiel, R. J. Review: Pneumococcal Vaccination Does Not Prevent Pneumonia or Death in Adults. ACP J.Club. 141 (1): 16; July, 2004.

  40. Koca, R.; Altinyazar, H. C.; Numanoglu, G.; Unalacak, M. Guttate Psoriasis-Like Lesions Following BCG Vaccination. J.Trop.Pediatr. 50 (3): 178-179; June, 2004.

  41. Le, T.; Cherry, J. D.; Chang, S. J.; Knoll, M. D.; Lee, M. L.; Barenkamp, S.; Bernstein, D.; Edelman, R.; Edwards, K. M.; Greenberg, D.; Keitel, W.; Treanor, J.; Ward, J. I. Immune Responses and Antibody Decay After Immunization of Adolescents and Adults With an Acellular Pertussis Vaccine: the APERT Study. J.Infect.Dis. 190 (3): 535-544; August 1, 2004.

  42. Lee, K. C.; Finkelstein, J. A.; Miroshnik, I. L.; Rusinak, D.; Santoli, J. M.; Lett, S. M.; Lieu, T. A. Pediatricians' Self-Reported Clinical Practices and Adherence to National Immunization Guidelines After the Introduction of Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine. Arch.Pediatr.Adolesc.Med. 158 (7): 695-701; July, 2004.

  43. Lemon, S. C.; Rakowski, W.; Clark, M. A.; Roy, J.; Friedmann, P. D. Variations in Influenza Vaccination Among the Elderly. Am.J.Health Behav. 28 (4): 352-360; July, 2004.

  44. Levenson, D. Institute of Medicine Rejects Vaccine-Autism Link. Rep.Med.Guidel.Outcomes.Res. 15 (11): 9-10, 12; June 11, 2004.

  45. Li, Y. C.; Norton, E. C.; Dow, W. H. Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination Demand Responses to Changes in Infectious Disease Mortality. Health Serv.Res. 39 (4 Pt 1): 905-925; August, 2004.

  46. MacMahon, E.; Brown, L. J.; Bexley, S.; Snashall, D. C.; Patel, D. Identification of Potential Candidates for Varicella Vaccination by History: Questionnaire and Seroprevalence Study. BMJ. July 23, 2004. [Epub ahead of print].

  47. Mahmoud, A. The Global Vaccination Gap. Science. 305 (5681): 147; July 9, 2004.

  48. Marti, J.; Anton, E. Polymyalgia Rheumatica Complicating Influenza Vaccination. J.Am.Geriatr.Soc. 52 (8): 1412; August, 2004.

  49. McIntyre, P. Vaccines for Other Neonatal Infections: Vaccination Strategies for the Prevention of Neonatal Pertussis. Expert.Rev.Vaccines. 3 (4): 375-378; August, 2004.

  50. McKeever, T. M.; Lewis, S. A.; Smith, C.; Hubbard, R. Vaccination and Allergic Disease: a Birth Cohort Study. Am.J.Public Health. 94 (6): 985-989; June, 2004.

  51. McMurray, R.; Cheater, F. M.; Weighall, A.; Nelson, C.; Schweiger, M.; Mukherjee, S. Managing Controversy Through Consultation: a Qualitative Study of Communication and Trust Around MMR Vaccination Decisions. Br.J.Gen.Pract. 54 (504): 520-525; July, 2004.

  52. Moore, S. E.; Jalil, F.; Ashraf, R.; Chen, Szu S.; Prentice, A. M.; Hanson, L. A. Birth Weight Predicts Response to Vaccination in Adults Born in an Urban Slum in Lahore, Pakistan. Am.J.Clin.Nutr. 80 (2): 453-459; August, 2004.

  53. Mortimer, P. P. Why, Which, How, Who, When? A Personal View of Smallpox Vaccination for the 2000s. Commun.Dis.Public Health. 7 (2): 145-150; June, 2004.

  54. Narula, D.; Tiwari, L.; Puliyel, J. M. Rotavirus Vaccines. Lancet. 364 (9430): 245-246; July 17, 2004.

  55. Odio, C. Vaccines and Vaccination Strategies. Expert.Rev.Vaccines. 3 (4): 391-396; August, 2004.

  56. Orr, P. An Advisory Committee Statement (ACS). National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI). Statement on Influenza Vaccination for the 2004-2005 Season. Can.Commun.Dis.Rep. 30:1-32; June 15, 2004.

  57. Peterson, C. Smallpox Vaccination Update.  Am.J.Nurs. 104 (7): 104; July, 2004.

  58. Pfister, R. E.; Aeschbach, V.; Niksic-Stuber, V.; Martin, B. C.; Siegrist, C. A. Safety of DTaP-Based Combined Immunization in Very-Low-Birth-Weight Premature Infants: Frequent but Mostly Benign Cardiorespiratory Events. J.Pediatr. 145 (1): 58-66; July, 2004.

  59. Plotkin, S. A. Of Vaccination and Infectious Diseases in 2003. Adv.Exp.Med.Biol. 549:1-4; 2004.

  60. Quinlivan, M. L.; Gershon, A. A.; Steinberg, S. P.; Breuer, J. Rashes Occurring After Immunization With a Mixture of Viruses in the Oka Vaccine Are Derived From Single Clones of Virus. J.Infect.Dis. 190 (4): 793-796; August 15, 2004.

  61. Rendi-Wagner, P.; Kundi, M.; Zent, O.; Dvorak, G.; Jaehnig, P.; Holzmann, H.; Mikolasek, A.; Kollaritsch, H. Persistence of Protective Immunity Following Vaccination Against Tick-Borne Encephalitis-Longer Than Expected? Vaccine. 22 (21-22): 2743-2749; July 29, 2004.

  62. Robinson, J. Efficacy of Pneumococcal Immunization in Patients With Renal Disease - What Is the Data? Am.J.Nephrol. 24 (4): 402-409; July, 2004.

  63. Rose, M.; Hey, C.; Kujumdshiev, S.; Gall, V.; Schubert, R.; Zielen, S. Immunogenicity of Pneumococcal Vaccination of Patients With Cochlear Implants. J.Infect.Dis. 190 (3): 551-557; August 1, 2004.

  64. Rubinstein, E. Vaccination and Autoimmune Diseases: the Argument Against. Isr.Med.Assoc.J. 6 (7): 433-435; July, 2004.

  65. Saravana, S. Uptake of Influenza Vaccination in Rheumatology Patients. Rheumatology.(Oxford). 43 (8): 1055; August, 2004.

  66. Scuffham, P. A.; McIntyre, P. B. Pertussis Vaccination Strategies for Neonates-an Exploratory Cost-Effectiveness Analysis. Vaccine. 22 (21-22): 2953-2964; July 29, 2004.

  67. Sengupta, S.; Strauss, R. P.; Corbie-Smith, G.; Thrasher, A. What Can the Elderly Do to Protect Themselves From the Flu in Addition to Getting a Flu Vaccination? Am.J.Public Health. 94 (6): 905-906; June, 2004.

  68. Stanwyck, C. A.; Kolasa, M. S.; Shaw, K. M. Immunization Requirements for Childcare Programs; Are They Enough? Am.J.Prev.Med. 27 (2): 161-163; August, 2004.

  69. Strid, J.; Hourihane, J.; Kimber, I.; Callard, R.; Strobel, S. Disruption of the Stratum Corneum Allows Potent Epicutaneous Immunization With Protein Antigens Resulting in a Dominant Systemic Th2 Response. Eur.J.Immunol. 34 (8): 2100-2109; August, 2004.

  70. Tanabe, T.; Awaya, Y.; Matsuishi, T.; Nagai, T.; Yamamoto, K.; Kurihara, M.; Iyoda, K.; Maekawa, K. [Survey of Vaccination and Viral Infections for Children With Severe Myoclonic Epilepsy in Infancy]. No To Hattatsu. 36 (4): 318-323; July, 2004.

  71. Texier, S.; Dermu, M. [Tetanus in a Man Presenting With a Chronic Wound]. Presse Med. 33 (11): 759-760; June, 2004.

  72. Thomas, M.; Kohli, V.; King, D. Barriers to Childhood Immunization:Findings From a Needs Assessment Study. Home.Health Care Serv.Q. 23 (2): 19-39; 2004.

  73. Tishler, M.; Shoenfeld, Y. Vaccination May Be Associated With Autoimmune Diseases. Isr.Med.Assoc.J. 6 (7): 430-432; July, 2004.

  74. Toole, K.; Perry, C. S. Increasing Immunization Compliance. J.Sch Nurs. 20 (4): 203-208; August, 2004.

  75. Vandermeulen, C.; Roelants, M.; Vermoere, M.; Roseeuw, K.; Goubau, P.; Hoppenbrouwers, K. Outbreak of Mumps in a Vaccinated Child Population: a Question of Vaccine Failure? Vaccine. 22 (21-22): 2713-2716; July 29, 2004.

  76. Vestergaard, M.; Hviid, A.; Madsen, K. M.; Wohlfahrt, J.; Thorsen, P.; Schendel, D.; Melbye, M.; Olsen, J. MMR Vaccination and Febrile Seizures: Evaluation of Susceptible Subgroups and Long-Term Prognosis. JAMA. 292 (3): 351-357; July 21, 2004.

  77. Wallis, D. H.; Chin, J. L.; Sur, D. K. Influenza Vaccination in Pregnancy: Current Practices in a Suburban Community. J.Am.Board Fam.Pract. 17 (4): 287-291; July, 2004.

  78. Wasfy, J. H. Childhood Vaccination and Type 1 Diabetes. N.Engl.J.Med. 351 (3): 298; July 15, 2004.

  79. Wollenberg, A.; Engler, R. Smallpox, Vaccination and Adverse Reactions to Smallpox Vaccine. Curr.Opin.Allergy Clin.Immunol. 4 (4): 271-275; August, 2004.

  80. Woo, E. J.; Ball, R.; Bostrom, A.; Shadomy, S. V.; Ball, L. K.; Evans, G.; Braun, M. Vaccine Risk Perception Among Reporters of Autism After Vaccination: Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System 1990-2001. Am.J.Public Health. 94 (6): 990-995; June, 2004.

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