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VAERS Bibliography - October 2004

  1. Childhood Influenza-Vaccination Coverage--United States, 2002-03 Influenza Season. MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep. 53 (37): 863-866; September 24, 2004.

  2. Nigerian State Announces Resumption of Polio Immunization. Bull.World Health Organ. 82 (8): 633; August, 2004.

  3. [A Survey on Measles Vaccination Policies in Italian Regions]. Ann.Ig. 16 (3): 421-428; May, 2004.

  4. Progress Towards Poliomyelitis Eradication in Afghanistan and Pakistan, January 2003 to May 2004. Wkly.Epidemiol.Rec. 79 (30): 273-279; July 23, 2004.

  5. Ada, G. L. Vaccination and the Immune Response. Curr.Biol. 1 (4): 221-223; August, 1991.

  6. Alfredsson, R.; Svensson, E.; Trollfors, B.; Borres, M. P. Why Do Parents Hesitate to Vaccinate Their Children Against Measles, Mumps and Rubella?   Acta Paediatr. 93 (9): 1232-1237; September, 2004.

  7. Arness, M. K.; Eckart, R. E.; Love, S. S.; Atwood, J. E.; Wells, T. S.; Engler, R. J.; Collins, L. C.; Ludwig, S. L.; Riddle, J. R.; Grabenstein, J. D.; Tornberg, D. N. Myopericarditis Following Smallpox Vaccination. Am.J.Epidemiol. 160 (7): 642-651; October 1, 2004.

  8. Bale, J. F., Jr. Neurologic Complications of Immunization. J.Child Neurol. 19 (6): 405-412; June, 2004.

  9. Bar-Oz, B.; Levichek, Z.; Moretti, M. E.; Mah, C.; Andreou, S.; Koren, G. Pregnancy Outcome Following Rubella Vaccination: a Prospective Controlled Study. Am.J.Med.Genet. 130A (1): 52-54; September 15, 2004.

  10. Block, S. L.; Hedrick, J.; Harrison, C. J.; Tyler, R.; Smith, A.; Findlay, R.; Keegan, E. Community-Wide Vaccination With the Heptavalent Pneumococcal Conjugate Significantly Alters the Microbiology of Acute Otitis Media. Pediatr.Infect.Dis.J. 23 (9): 829-833; September, 2004.

  11. Calvo, N.; Morice, A.; Saenz, E.; Navas, L. [Using Surveys of Schoolchildren to Evaluate Coverage With and Opportunity for Vaccination in Costa Rica]. Rev.Panam.Salud Publica. 16 (2): 118-124; August, 2004.

  12. Chopra, A.; Drage, L. A.; Hanson, E. M.; Touchet, N. L. Stevens-Johnson Syndrome After Immunization With Smallpox, Anthrax, and Tetanus Vaccines. Mayo Clin.Proc. 79 (9): 1193-1196; September, 2004.

  13. Diaz-Mitoma, F.; Alvarez-Maya, I.; Dabrowski, A.; Jaffey, J.; Frost, R.; Aucoin, S.; Kryworuchko, M.; Lapner, M.; Tadesse, H.; Giulivi, A. Transcriptional Analysis of Human Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells After Influenza Immunization. J.Clin.Virol. 31 (2): 100-112; October, 2004.

  14. Donlin, J. New Recommendation for Childhood Influenza Vaccine. NCSL.Legisbrief. 12 (34): 1-2; August, 2004.

  15. Frenkel, L. D. Immunization Issues of the 21st Century, Part I. Pediatr.Ann. 33 (8): 490-493; August, 2004.

  16. Gaertner, E. M.; Groo, S.; Kim, J. Papular Spongiotic Dermatitis of Smallpox Vaccination: Report of 2 Cases With Review of the Literature. Arch.Pathol.Lab Med. 128 (10): 1173-1175; October, 2004.

  17. Getsios, D.; Caro, I.; El Hadi, W.; Caro, J. J. Assessing the Economics of Vaccination for Neisseria Meningitidis in Industrialized Nations: a Review and Recommendations for Further Research. Int.J.Technol.Assess.Health Care. 20 (3): 280-288; 2004.

  18. Griffith, R. Childhood Immunization: Public Health or Parental Choice?   Br.J.Community Nurs. 9 (9): 379-382; September, 2004.

  19. Gust, D. A.; Gangarosa, P.; Hibbs, B.; Wilkins, C.; Ford, K.; Stuart, M.; Brown-Bryant, R.; Wallach, G.; Chen, R. T. The National Immunization Information Hotline. J.Health Commun. 9 (4): 371-379; July, 2004.

  20. Hahn, B. J.; Erogul, M.; Sinert, R. Case Report of Tetanus in an Immunized, Healthy Adult and No Point of Entry. J.Emerg.Med. 27 (3): 257-260; October, 2004.

  21. Hayney, M. S. Off to College: Tuition, Textbooks, Dormitory Gear, and Immunization. J.Am.Pharm.Assoc.(Wash.DC.).  44 (4): 524-525; July, 2004.

  22. Hays, J. P.; Eadie, K.; Veenhoven, R.; Verduin, C. M.; Verbrugh, H.; Van Belkum, A. Pneumococcal Vaccination Does Not Affect the Genetic Diversity of Moraxella Catarrhalis Isolates in Children. Eur.J.Clin.Microbiol.Infect.Dis. September 21, 2004. [Epub ahead of print].

  23. Hull, J. H.; Mead, S. H.; Foster, O. J.; Modarres-Sadeghi, H. Severe Vasculitic Neuropathy Following Influenza Vaccination. J.Neurol.Neurosurg.Psychiatry. 75 (10): 1507-1508; October, 2004.

  24. Humiston, S. G.; Szilagyi, P. G.; Iwane, M. K.; Schaffer, S. J.; Santoli, J.; Shone, L.; Barth, R.; McInerny, T.; Schwartz, B. The Feasibility of Universal Influenza Vaccination for Infants and Toddlers. Arch.Pediatr.Adolesc.Med. 158 (9): 867-874; September, 2004.

  25. Jedrychowski, W.; Maugeri, U.; Jedrychowska-Bianchi, I. Prospective Epidemiologic Study on Respiratory Diseases in Children and Immunization Against Measles. Int.J.Occup.Med.Environ.Health. 17 (2): 255-261; 2004.

  26. Jefferson, T. Bioterrorism and Compulsory Vaccination. BMJ. 329 (7465): 524-525; September 4, 2004.

  27. Katow, S. Surveillance of Congenital Rubella Syndrome in Japan, 1978-2002: Effect of Revision of the Immunization Law. Vaccine. 22 (29-30): 4084-4091; September 28, 2004.

  28. Kennedy, J. S.; Frey, S. E.; Yan, L.; Rothman, A. L.; Cruz, J.; Newman, F. K.; Orphin, L.; Belshe, R. B.; Ennis, F. A. Induction of Human T Cell-Mediated Immune Responses After Primary and Secondary Smallpox Vaccination. J.Infect.Dis. 190 (7): 1286-1294; October 1, 2004.

  29. Klugman, K. P. Vaccination: a Novel Approach to Reduce Antibiotic Resistance. Clin.Infect.Dis. 39 (5): 649-651; September 1, 2004.

  30. Knuf, M.; Schmitt, H. J.; Mohnike, K.; Zepp, F.; Habermehl, P.; Kampmann, C.; Herden, P. Tolerability of the Biken Acellular Pertussis Vaccine in Adults With or Without Previous Vaccination Against Pertussis in Childhood. Med.Klin.(Munich). 99 (9): 495-499; September 15, 2004.

  31. Komatsu, N.; Shichijo, S.; Nakagawa, M.; Itoh, K. New Multiplexed Flow Cytometric Assay to Measure Anti-Peptide Antibody: a Novel Tool for Monitoring Immune Responses to Peptides Used for Immunization.  Scand.J.Clin.Lab Invest. 64 (6): 535-545; 2004.

  32. Li, S. T.; Davis, R. L.; Weiss, N. S. Intussusception and Oral Poliovirus Vaccination: Is There an Association?   Am.J.Epidemiol. 160 (6): 576-581; September 15, 2004.

  33. Lim, S.; Park, S.; Choi, H.; Kim, D.; Kim, H.; Yang, B.; Lee, J. Transverse Myelitis After Measles and Rubella Vaccination. J.Paediatr.Child Health. 40 (9-10): 583-584; September, 2004.

  34. Madhavan, S. S.; Borker, R. D.; Fernandes, A. W.; Amonkar, M. M.; Rosenbluth, S. A. Assessing Predictors of Influenza and Pneumonia Vaccination in Rural Senior Adults. J.Health Soc.Policy. 18 (4): 13-38; 2004.

  35. Madsen, K. M.; Vestergaard, M. MMR Vaccination and Autism : What Is the Evidence for a Causal Association?   Drug Saf. 27 (12): 831-840; 2004.

  36. Markey, C. S. Healthcare Worker Influenza Vaccination: Personal Choice or Professional Responsibility?   Home.Healthc.Nurse. 22 (9): 643-644; September, 2004.

  37. Mishra, D. Typhoid Vaccination After Enteric Fever. Indian J.Pediatr. 71 (8): 767-768; August, 2004.

  38. Mitka, M. Improvement Seen in US Immunization Rates. JAMA. 292 (10): 1167; September 8, 2004.

  39. Monto, A. S.; Rotthoff, J.; Teich, E.; Herlocher, M. L.; Truscon, R.; Yen, H. L.; Elias, S.; Ohmit, S. E. Detection and Control of Influenza Outbreaks in Well-Vaccinated Nursing Home Populations. Clin.Infect.Dis. 39 (4): 459-464; August 15, 2004.

  40. Morales, A.; Martinez, M. M.; Tasset-Tisseau, A.; Rey, E.; Baron-Papillon, F.; Follet, A. Costs and Benefits of Influenza Vaccination and Work Productivity in a Colombian Company From the Employer's Perspective. Value.Health. 7 (4): 433-441; July, 2004.

  41. Naniche, D.; Garenne, M.; Rae, C.; Manchester, M.; Buchta, R.; Brodine, S. K.; Oldstone, M. B. Decrease in Measles Virus-Specific CD4 T Cell Memory in Vaccinated Subjects. J.Infect.Dis. 190 (8): 1387-1395; October 15, 2004.

  42. Pelton, S. I. Modifying Acute Otitis Media: Implications of Immunization With Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine.   Pediatr.Infect.Dis.J. 23 (9): 839-841; September, 2004.

  43. Postma, M. J.; Bos, J. M.; Welte, R.; De Groot, R.; Luytjes, W.; Rumke, H. C.; Beutels, P. Do Costs of Varicella Justify Routine Infant Vaccination? Pharmacoeconomic and Clinical Considerations. Eur.J.Health Econ. 5 (1): 54-57; 2004.

  44. Rager-Zisman, B.; Bazarsky, E.; Skibin, A.; Tam, G.; Chamney, S.; Belmaker, I.; Shai, I.; Kordysh, E.; Griffin, D. E. Differential Immune Responses to Primary Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccination in Israeli Children. Clin.Diagn.Lab Immunol. 11 (5): 913-918; September, 2004.

  45. Revello, M. G.; Gorini, G.; Zavattoni, M.; Furione, M.; Gerna, G. Congenital Rubella Infection Following Rubella Outbreak in Northern Italy, 2002: Need for an Effective Vaccination Programme. Eur.J.Clin.Microbiol.Infect.Dis. September 10, 2004. [Epub ahead of print].

  46. Rubin, G. L.; Baird, J. H. New Recommendation on Japanese Encephalitis Vaccination for Travellers to Papua New Guinea. Med.J.Aust. 181 (5): 283; September 6, 2004.

  47. Shefer, A.; Smith, P. J. Improving the Immunization and Health Status of Children in the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program. J.Health Care Poor Underserved. 15 (1): 127-140; February, 2004.

  48. Shulman, S. T. Immunizations: the Greatest Good. Pediatricians Must Advocate for Children at the National, State, and Local Levels. Pediatr.Ann. 33 (8): 489; August, 2004.

  49. Smeeth, L.; Cook, C.; Fombonne, E.; Heavey, L.; Rodrigues, L. C.; Smith, P. G.; Hall, A. J. MMR Vaccination and Pervasive Developmental Disorders: a Case-Control Study. Lancet. 364 (9438): 963-969; September 11, 2004.

  50. Smith, J. A.; Casey, C. G.; Tierney, B. C. The Ocular Complications of Smallpox and Smallpox Immunization. Arch.Ophthalmol. 122 (9): 1407-1408; September, 2004.

  51. Talbot, T. R.; Stapleton, J. T.; Brady, R. C.; Winokur, P. L.; Bernstein, D. I.; Germanson, T.; Yoder, S. M.; Rock, M. T.; Crowe, J. E., Jr.; Edwards, K. M. Vaccination Success Rate and Reaction Profile With Diluted and Undiluted Smallpox Vaccine: a Randomized Controlled Trial. JAMA. 292 (10): 1205-1212; September 8, 2004.

  52. Thwaites, C. L.; Yen, L. M.; Nga, N. T.; Parry, J.; Binh, N. T.; Loan, H. T.; Thuy, T. T.; Bethell, D.; Parry, C. M.; White, N. J.; Day, N. P.; Farrar, J. J. Impact of Improved Vaccination Programme and Intensive Care Facilities on Incidence and Outcome of Tetanus in Southern Vietnam, 1993-2002.Trans.R.Soc.Trop.Med.Hyg. 98 (11): 671-677; November, 2004.

  53. Weber, C. J. Update on Immunizations for Older Adults. Urol.Nurs. 24 (4): 352-353; August, 2004.

  54. Zetterstrom, R. Flawed Reports of Immunization Complications: Consequences for Child Health.  Acta Paediatr. 93 (9): 1140-1143; September, 2004.

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