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VAERS Bibliography - July 2004

  1. Age at First Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccination in Children With Autism and School-Matched Control Subjects: a Population-Based Study in Metropolitan Atlanta. Child Care Health Dev. 30 (4): 398-399; July, 2004.
  2. Childhood Immunizations (Part Two). J.Pediatr.Health Care. 18 (4): 198-199; July, 2004.

  3. Immunizations. MMR Vaccine and Autism--a New Study...and an Interesting Development. Child Health Alert. 22:3-4; May, 2004.

  4. Akano, Y.; Ando, H.; Tanaka, A.; Uchida, H.; Fujii, K.; Takayanagi, M.; Magagi, A.; Nakane, M.; Nakano, T. Oral Polio Vaccines Have Not Yet Covered West Africa: Survey of Immunization Coverage Conducted in Niger. Jpn.J.Infect.Dis. 57 (3): 121-123; June, 2004.

  5. Barthelemy, M.; Barrat, A.; Pastor-Satorras, R.; Vespignani, A. Velocity and Hierarchical Spread of Epidemic Outbreaks in Scale-Free Networks. Phys.Rev.Lett. 92 (17): 178701; April 30, 2004.

  6. Baydur, A. Influenza Vaccination in Vulnerable Populations. Chest. 125 (6): 1971-1972; June, 2004.

  7. Calain, P.; Chaine, J. P.; Johnson, E.; Hawley, M. L.; O'Leary, M. J.; Oshitani, H.; Chaignat, C. L. Can Oral Cholera Vaccination Play a Role in Controlling a Cholera Outbreak? Vaccine. 22 (19): 2444-2451; June 23, 2004.

  8. Clover, R. D.; Young, H. F. Recommended Childhood and Adolescent Immunization Schedule, United States, July to December, 2004. Am.Fam.Physician. 69 (10): 2471-2472; May 15, 2004.

  9. Combadiere, B.; Boissonnas, A.; Carcelain, G.; Lefranc, E.; Samri, A.; Bricaire, F.; Debre, P.; Autran, B. Distinct Time Effects of Vaccination on Long-Term Proliferative and IFN-{Gamma}-Producing T Cell Memory to Smallpox in Humans. J.Exp.Med. 199 (11): 1585-1593; June 7, 2004.

  10. Dombkowski, K. J.; Lantz, P. M.; Freed, G. L. Risk Factors for Delay in Age-Appropriate Vaccination. Public Health Rep. 119 (2): 144-155; March, 2004.

  11. Dong-won, S. Western Medicine, Korean Government, and Imperialism in Late Nineteenth-Century Korea: The Cases of the Choson Government Hospital and Smallpox Vaccination. Hist Sci.(Tokyo). 13 (3): 164-175; March, 2004.

  12. Fadrowski, J. J.; Furth, S. L. Varicella Zoster Virus: Vaccination and Implications in Children With Renal Failure. Expert.Rev.Vaccines. 3 (3): 291-298; June, 2004.

  13. Fredrickson, D. D.; Davis, T. C.; Arnould, C. L.; Kennen, E. M.; Hurniston, S. G.; Cross, J. T.; Bocchini, J. A., Jr. Childhood Immunization Refusal: Provider and Parent Perceptions. Fam.Med. 36 (6): 431-439; June, 2004.

  14. Gans, H. A.; Yasukawa, L. L.; Alderson, A.; Rinki, M.; DeHovitz, R.; Beeler, J.; Audet, S.; Maldonado, Y.; Arvin, A. M. Humoral and Cell-Mediated Immune Responses to an Early 2-Dose Measles Vaccination Regimen in the United States. J.Infect.Dis. 190 (1): 83-90; July 1, 2004.

  15. Glazner, J. E.; Beaty, B. L.; Pearson, K. A.; Berman, S. The Cost of Giving Childhood Vaccinations: Differences Among Provider Types. Pediatrics. 113 (6): 1582-1587; June, 2004.

  16. Gomes, M. G.; White, L. J.; Medley, G. F. Infection, Reinfection, and Vaccination Under Suboptimal Immune Protection: Epidemiological Perspectives. J.Theor.Biol. 228 (4): 539-549; June 21, 2004.

  17. Guy, R. J.; Di Natale, R.; Kelly, H. A.; Lambert, S. B.; Tobin, S.; Robinson, P. M.; Tallis, G.; Hampson, A. W. Influenza Outbreaks in Aged-Care Facilities: Staff Vaccination and the Emerging Use of Antiviral Therapy. Med.J.Aust. 180 (12): 640-642; June 21, 2004.

  18. Hainsworth, T. The Value of Cholera Vaccination in Promoting Travel Health. Nurs.Times. 100 (22): 30-31; June 1, 2004.

  19. Hamidon, B. B.; Raymond, A. A. Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis (ADEM) Presenting With Seizures Secondary to Anti-Tetanus Toxin Vaccination. Med.J.Malaysia. 58 (5): 780-782; December, 2003.

  20. Hayney, M. S. Influenza Vaccine: Basis for Expanded Pharmacy-Based Immunization Services. J.Am.Pharm.Assoc.(Wash.DC.). 44 (3): 411-413; May, 2004.

  21. Jahnz-Rozyk, K.; Brydak, L. B.; Targowski, T.; Machala, M.; Plusa, T. Effect of Influenza Vaccinations on Immune Response and Serum Eotaxin Level in Patients With Allergic Bronchial Asthma. Mediators.Inflamm. 13 (3): 195-199; June, 2004.

  22. Jick, H.; Kaye, J. A. Autism and DPT Vaccination in the United Kingdom. N.Engl.J.Med. 350 (26): 2722-2723; June 24, 2004.

  23. Kalaca, S.; Yalcin, M.; Simsek, Yavuz S. Missed Opportunities for Tetanus Vaccination in Pregnant Women, and Factors Associated With Seropositivity. Public Health. 118 (5): 377-382; July, 2004.

  24. Krantz, I.; Sachs, L.; Nilstun, T. Ethics and Vaccination. Scand.J.Public Health. 32 (3): 172-178; 2004.

  25. Kretzschmar, M.; van den, Hof S.; Wallinga, J.; van Wijngaarden, J. Ring Vaccination and Smallpox Control. Emerg.Infect.Dis. 10 (5): 832-841; May, 2004.

  26. Lang, A. B.; Rudeberg, A.; Schoni, M. H.; Que, J. U.; Furer, E.; Schaad, U. B. Vaccination of Cystic Fibrosis Patients Against Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Reduces the Proportion of Patients Infected and Delays Time to Infection. Pediatr.Infect.Dis.J. 23 (6): 504-510; June, 2004.

  27. Madar, R.; Repkova, L.; Baska, T.; Straka, S. Influenza Vaccination--Knowledge, Attitudes, Coverage--Can They Be Improved? Bratisl.Lek.Listy. 104 (7-8): 232-235; 2003.

  28. Madhavan, S. S.; Borker, R. D.; Fernandes, A. W.; Amonkar, M. M.; Rosenbluth, S. A. Assessing Predictors of Influenza<Br />and Pneumonia Vaccination<Br />in Rural Senior Adults. J.Health Soc.Policy. 18 (2): 71-93; 2004.

  29. Martin, J. F. The Immunization Imperative. Expert.Rev.Vaccines. 3 (3): 225-227; June, 2004.

  30. Metersky, M.; Ho, S. Y.; Petrillo, M. K. Does Hospital-Based Influenza Vaccination Result in Unintended Revaccination? Am.J.Med. 116 (12): 854-855; June 15, 2004.

  31. Molinari, J. A. Vaccines: the Conflict Between Efficacy and Public Concerns--Part 2. Compend.Contin.Educ.Dent. 25 (5): 396-399; May, 2004.

  32. Moorthy, V. S.; Imoukhuede, E. B.; Keating, S.; Pinder, M.; Webster, D.; Skinner, M. A.; Gilbert, S. C.; Walraven, G.; Hill, A. V. Phase 1 Evaluation of 3 Highly Immunogenic Prime-Boost Regimens, Including a 12-Month Reboosting Vaccination, for Malaria Vaccination in Gambian Men. J.Infect.Dis.  189 (12): 2213-2219; June 15, 2004.

  33. Mukherjee, A.; Ahluwalia, T. P.; Gaur, L. N.; Mittal, R.; Kambo, I.; Saxena, N. C.; Singh, P. Assessment of Vaccine Wastage During a Pulse Polio Immunization Programme in India. J.Health Popul.Nutr. 22 (1): 13-18; March, 2004.

  34. Olusanya, B. Polio-Vaccination Boycott in Nigeria. Lancet. 363 (9424): 1912; June 5, 2004.

  35. Roth, A.; Jensen, H.; Garly, M. L.; Djana, Q.; Martins, C. L.; Sodemann, M.; Rodrigues, A.; Aaby, P. Low Birth Weight Infants and Calmette-Guerin Bacillus Vaccination at Birth: Community Study From Guinea-Bissau. Pediatr.Infect.Dis.J. 23 (6): 544-550; June, 2004.

  36. Salmon, D. A.; Moulton, L. H.; Omer, S. B.; Chace, L. M.; Klassen, A.; Talebian, P.; Halsey, N. A. Knowledge, Attitudes, and Beliefs of School Nurses and Personnel and Associations With Nonmedical Immunization Exemptions. Pediatrics. 113 (6): e552-e559; June, 2004.

  37. Scala-Foley, M. A.; Caruso, J. T.; Archer, D.; Reinhard, S. C. Medicare's Preventive Services. Am.J.Nurs. 104 (4): 73-75; April, 2004.

  38. Schattner, A.; Berrebi, A. Several Possible Causes for Multiple Myeloma Including a Vaccination in a Single Case Study. Vaccine. 22 (20): 2509-2510; June 30, 2004.

  39. Selekman, J. Immunization Schedule 2004. Pediatr.Nurs. 30 (2): 156-157; March, 2004.

  40. Sendi, P.; Locher, R.; Bucheli, B.; Battegay, M. The Decision to Get Vaccinated Against Influenza. Am.J.Med. 116 (12): 856-858; June 15, 2004.

  41. Sepkowitz, K. A. The 1947 Smallpox Vaccination Campaign in New York City, Revisited. Emerg.Infect.Dis. 10 (5): 960-961; May, 2004.

  42. Serrano, I.; Ramirez, M.; Melo-Cristino, J. Invasive Streptococcus Pneumoniae From Portugal: Implications for Vaccination and Antimicrobial Therapy. Clin.Microbiol.Infect. 10 (7): 652-656; July, 2004.

  43. Silverman, R. D.; May, T. Terror and Triage: Prioritizing Access to Mass Smallpox Vaccination. Creighton.Law Rev. 36 (3): 359-374; April, 2003.

  44. Thorpe, L. E.; Mostashari, F.; Karpati, A. M.; Schwartz, S. P.; Manning, S. E.; Marx, M. A.; Frieden, T. R. Mass Smallpox Vaccination and Cardiac Deaths, New York City, 1947. Emerg.Infect.Dis. 10 (5): 917-920; May, 2004.

  45. Upfal, M. J.; Cinti, S. Smallpox Vaccination and Adverse Cardiac Events. Emerg.Infect.Dis. 10 (5): 961-962; May, 2004.

  46. Verschuur, M.; Van Der Beek, M. T.; Tak, H. S.; Visser, L. G.; De Maat, M. P. Interindividual Variation in the Response by Fibrinogen, C-Reactive Protein and Interleukin-6 to Yellow Fever Vaccination. Blood Coagul.Fibrinolysis. 15 (5): 399-404; July, 2004.

  47. Vial, T.; Descotes, J. Autoimmune Diseases and Vaccinations. Eur.J.Dermatol. 14 (2): 86-90; March, 2004.

  48. Warner, E. A.; Seleznick, M. J. Using Medical Record Reminders to Improve Pneumococcal Vaccination Rates. Jt.Comm J.Qual.Saf. 30 (6): 331-334; June, 2004.

  49. Weaver, F. M.; Hatzakis, M.; Evans, C. T.; Smith, B.; LaVela, S. L.; Wallace, C.; Legro, M. W.; Goldstein, B. A Comparison of Multiple Data Sources to Identify Vaccinations for Veterans With Spinal Cord Injuries and Disorders. J.Am.Med.Inform.Assoc. June 7, 2004. [Epub ahead of print].

  50. Wharton, M. Prevention of Pertussis Among Adolescents by Vaccination: Taking Action on What We Know and Acknowledging What We Do Not Know. Clin.Infect.Dis. 39 (1): 29-30; July 1, 2004.

  51. Whitehill, J.; Raucci, J.; Sandritter, T. Childhood Immunizations (Part Two). J.Pediatr.Health Care. 18 (4): 192-197; July, 2004.

  52. Wongsurakiat, P.; Maranetra, K. N.; Wasi, C.; Kositanont, U.; Dejsomritrutai, W.; Charoenratanakul, S. Acute Respiratory Illness in Patients With COPD and the Effectiveness of Influenza Vaccination: a Randomized Controlled Study. Chest. 125 (6): 2011-2020; June, 2004.

  53. Zhao, Z.; Mokdad, A. H.; Barker, L. Impact of Health Insurance Status on Vaccination Coverage in Children 19-35 Months Old, United States, 1993-1996. Public Health Rep. 119 (2): 156-162; March, 2004.

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