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VAERS Bibliography - January 2004

  1.  Update: Adverse Events Following Civilian Smallpox Vaccination--United States, 2003.   Can Commun Dis Rep. 29 (22): 194-196; November 15, 2003.
  2. Smallpox Vaccine Injury Compensation Program: Administrative Implementation. Interim Final Rule.   Fed.Regist.  68 (241): 70079-70106; December 16, 2003.

  3. Abinader, E. G.  Influenza Vaccination and Reduced Risk of Myocardial Infarction.   Isr.Med Assoc J.  5 (11): 839; November, 2003.

  4. Bachmann, M. F.; Dyer, M. R.  Opinion: Therapeutic Vaccination for Chronic Diseases: a New Class of Drugs in Sight.   Nat.Rev Drug Discov.  3 (1): 81-88; January, 2004.

  5. Baize, S.; Deubel, V.  [Accelerated Vaccination for Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever].   Med Sci (Paris).  19 (12): 1183-1184; December, 2003.

  6. Bernsen, R. M.; de Jongste, J. C.; van der Wouden, J. C.  Lower Risk of Atopic Disorders in Whole Cell Pertussis-Vaccinated Children.   Eur Respir J.  22 (6): 962-964; December, 2003.

  7. Bohlke, K.; Galil, K.; Jackson, L. A.; Schmid, D. S.; Starkovich, P.; Loparev, V. N.; Seward, J. F.  Postpartum Varicella Vaccination: Is the Vaccine Virus Excreted in Breast Milk?   Obstet Gynecol.  102 (5 Pt 1): 970-977; November, 2003.

  8. Bos, J. M.; Rumke, H.; Welte, R.; Postma, M. J.  Epidemiologic Impact and Cost-Effectiveness of Universal Infant Vaccination With a 7-Valent Conjugated Pneumococcal Vaccine in the Netherlands.   Clin Ther.  25 (10): 2614-2630; October, 2003.

  9. Bueving, H. J.; Bernsen, R. M.; de Jongste, J. C.; Suijlekom-Smit, L. W.; Rimmelzwaan, G. F.; Osterhaus, A. D.; Rutten-Van Molken, M. P.; Thomas, S.; van der Wouden, J. C.  Influenza Vaccination in Asthmatic Children: Randomised Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Trial.   Am J Respir Crit Care Med.  December 4, 2003.

  10. Burns, V. E.; Carroll, D.; Drayson, M.; Whitham, M.; Ring, C.  Life Events, Perceived Stress and Antibody Response to Influenza Vaccination in Young, Healthy Adults.   J Psychosom.Res.  55 (6): 569-572; December, 2003.

  11. Campins, Marti M.; Alemany, Vilches L.  [Influenza Vaccination: Only Advantages?].   Med Clin (Barc.).  121 (18): 703-704; November 22, 2003.

  12. Dayan, G. H.; Cairns, L.; Sangrujee, N.; Mtonga, A.; Nguyen, V.; Strebel, P.  Cost-Effectiveness of Three Different Vaccination Strategies Against Measles in Zambian Children.   Vaccine.  22 (3-4): 475-484; January 2, 2004.

  13. Dervaux, B.; Leleu, H.; Valdmanis, V.; Walker, D.  Parameters of Control When Facing Stochastic Demand: a DEA Approach Applied to Bangladeshi Vaccination Sites.   Int J Health Care Finance.Econ.  3 (4): 287-299; December, 2003.

  14. Donnelly, M. J.; Herold, B. C.; Jenkins, S. G.; Daum, R. S.  Obstacles to the Elimination of Haemophilus Influenzae Type b Disease: Three Illustrative Cases.   Pediatrics.  112 (6 Pt 1): 1465-1466; December, 2003.

  15. Gu, J.  Beijing Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Emphasizes Cost-Effective Influenza Vaccination.   Chin Med J (Engl.).  116 (11): 1686; November, 2003.

  16. Gurfinkel, E. P.; Leon, de la Fuente; Mendiz, O.; Mautner, B.  Flu Vaccination in Acute Coronary Syndromes and Planned Percutaneous Coronary Interventions (FLUVACS) Study. One-Year Follow-Up.   Eur Heart J.  25 (1): 25-31; January, 2004.

  17. Hviid, A.; Melbye, M.  Impact of Routine Vaccination With a Conjugate Haemophilus Influenzae Type b Vaccine.   Vaccine.  22 (3-4): 378-382; January 2, 2004.

  18. Kaufman, Z.; Green, M. S.  Compliance With Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccinations in Israel, 1999-2002.   Public Health Rev. 31 (1): 71-79; 2003.

  19. Kmetzsch, C. I.; Schermann, M. T.; Santana, J. C.; Estima, C. L.; Faraco, F. J.; Silva, C. M.; Conceicao, R.  [Occurrence of Haemophylus Influenzae B Meningitis After the Implementation of a Mass Vaccination Program].   J Pediatr (Rio J).  79 (6): 530-536; November, 2003.

  20. Lee, J. S.; Kawakubo, K.  Influenza Vaccination Coverage in Japan.   Lancet.  362 (9397): 1767; November 22, 2003.

  21. Levine, M. M.  Use of Vaccines for the Prevention of Typhoid Fever.   Indian Pediatr.  40 (11): 1029-1034; November, 2003.

  22. Lonks, J. R.  One Response to the Threat of Bioterror: Smallpox Vaccination.   Med Health R.I.  86 (11): 347-350; November, 2003.

  23. May, T.; Aulisio, M. P.; Silverman, R. D.  The Smallpox Vaccination of Health Care Workers: Professional Obligations and Defense Against Bioterrorism.   Hastings Cent.Rep.  33 (5): 26-33; September, 2003.

  24. Nichol, K. L.  First Do No Harm: Ensuring That Healthcare Workers Vaccinate and Are Vaccinated.   Infect Control Hosp.Epidemiol.  24 (11): 799-800; November, 2003.

  25. Nilsson, L.; Kjellman, N. I.; Bjorksten, B.  Allergic Disease at the Age of 7 Years After Pertussis Vaccination in Infancy: Results From the Follow-Up of a Randomized Controlled Trial of 3 Vaccines.   Arch Pediatr Adolesc.Med.  157 (12): 1184-1189; December, 2003.

  26. Nowalk, M. P.; Zimmerman, R. K.; Shen, S.; Jewell, I. K.; Raymund, M.  Barriers to Pneumococcal and Influenza Vaccination in Older Community-Dwelling Adults (2000-2001).   J Am Geriatr.Soc.  52 (1): 25-30; January, 2004.

  27. Olesen, A. B.; Juul, S.; Thestrup-Pedersen, K.  Atopic Dermatitis Is Increased Following Vaccination for Measles, Mumps and Rubella or Measles Infection.   Acta Derm.Venereol.  83 (6): 445-450; 2003.

  28. Ostbye, T.; Taylor, D. H., Jr.; Lee, A. M.; Greenberg, G.; Van Scoyoc, L.  Racial Differences in Influenza Vaccination Among Older Americans 1996-2000: Longitudinal Analysis of the Health and Retirement Study (HRS) and the Asset and Health Dynamics Among the Oldest Old (AHEAD) Survey.   BMC Public Health.  3 (1): 41; December 16, 2003.

  29. Padgett, D. A.  Maternal Vaccination: Is It Effective in the Face of Stress?   Brain Behav.Immun.  18 (1): 13-14; January, 2004.

  30. Parini, S.  Vaccination Do's and Don'Ts.   Nursing.  33 (12): 58-63; December, 2003.

  31. Portaels, F.; Aguiar, J.; Debacker, M.; Guedenon, A.; Steunou, C.; Zinsou, C.; Meyers, W. M.  Mycobacterium Bovis BCG Vaccination As Prophylaxis Against Mycobacterium Ulcerans Osteomyelitis in Buruli Ulcer Disease.   Infect Immun.  72 (1): 62-65; January, 2004.

  32. Poyrazoglu, H. M.; Dusunsel, R.; Gunduz, Z.; Patiroglu, T.; Koklu, S.  Antibody Response to Influenza A Vaccination in Children With Nephrotic Syndrome.   Pediatr Nephrol.  19 (1): 57-60; January, 2004.

  33. Richardson, V.  A New Approach to Childhood Vaccination.   Nurse Pract.  28 (11): 14,54; November, 2003.

  34. Santoli, J. M.; Peter, G.; Arvin, A. M.; Davis, J. P.; Decker, M. D.; Fast, P.; Guerra, F. A.; Helms, C. M.; Hinman, A. R.; Katz, R.; Klein, J. O.; Koslap-Petraco, M. B.; Paradiso, P. R.; Schaffner, W.; Whitley-Williams, P. N.; Williamson, D. E.; Gellin, B.  Strengthening the Supply of Routinely Recommended Vaccines in the United States: Recommendations From the National Vaccine Advisory Committee.   JAMA.  290 (23): 3122-3128; December 17, 2003.

  35. Schlagenhauf, P.  Focus Topic This Issue--Accidents and Travel. Check Your Insurance!; Focus Topic This Issue--W135 Meningococcal Disease and Travel; MalariaBioterrorism: Policy Considerations; Travel Medicine; Travelers' Diarrhea; Other Travel-Associated Infectious Diseases; Vaccines and Vaccinations.   J Travel.Med.  10 (6): 364-367; November, 2003.

  36. Skegg, D. C.  Autism and Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR) Vaccination: a Challenge for Pharmacoepidemiology.   Pharmacotherapy.  23 (12): 1521-1523; December, 2003.

  37. Skowronski, D. M.; Remple, V. P.; Macnabb, J.; Pielak, K.; Patrick, D. M.; Halperin, S. A.; Scheifele, D.  Injection-Site Reactions to Booster Doses of Acellular Pertussis Vaccine: Rate, Severity, and Anticipated Impact.   Pediatrics.  112 (6 Pt 1): e453; December, 2003.

  38. Smits, W.; Inglefield, J. T.; Letz, K.; Lee, R.; Craig, T. J.  Improved Immunotherapy With a Rapid Allergen Vaccination Schedule: a Study of 137 Patients.   Ear Nose Throat J.  82 (11): 881-887; November, 2003.

  39. Strine, T. W.; Mokdad, A. H.; Barker, L. E.; Groom, A. V.; Singleton, R.; Wilkins, C. S.; Chu, S. Y.  Vaccination Coverage of American Indian/Alaska Native Children Aged 19 to 35 Months: Findings From the National Immunization Survey, 1998-2000.   Am J Public Health.  93 (12): 2046-2049; December, 2003.

  40. Szenborn, L.; Tischer, A.; Pejcz, J.; Rudkowski, Z.; jcik, W.  Passive Acquired Immunity Against Measles in Infants Born to Naturally Infected and Vaccinated Mothers.   Med Sci Monit.  9 (12): CR541-CR546; December, 2003.

  41. Tanaka, M.; Vitek, C. R.; Pascual, F. B.; Bisgard, K. M.; Tate, J. E.; Murphy, T. V.  Trends in Pertussis Among Infants in the United States, 1980-1999.   JAMA.  290 (22): 2968-2975; December 10, 2003.

  42. Telford, R.; Rogers, A.  What Influences Elderly Peoples' Decisions About Whether to Accept the Influenza Vaccination? A Qualitative Study.   Health Educ.Res.  18 (6): 743-753; December, 2003.

  43. van Oirschot, J. T.  Emergency Vaccination Against Classical Swine Fever.   Dev.Biol (Basel).  114:259-67; 2003.

  44. Wahlberg, J.; Fredriksson, J.; Vaarala, O.; Ludvigsson, J.  Vaccinations May Induce Diabetes-Related Autoantibodies in One-Year-Old Children.   Ann N Y.Acad Sci.  1005:404-8; November, 2003.

  45. Weightman, N. C.; Walters, A.  Missed Opportunities in Vaccination of Patients With Subsequent Pneumococcal Bacteraemia.   Br.J Gen.Pract.  53 (492): 547-549; July, 2003.

  46. Wilson, K.; Mills, E.; Boon, H.; Tomlinson, G.; Ritvo, P.  A Survey of Attitudes Towards Paediatric Vaccinations Amongst Canadian Naturopathic Students.   Vaccine.  22 (3-4): 329-334; January 2, 2004.

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