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VAERS Bibliography - June 2005

  1. [Proceedings of a Conference on Vaccinology at the Beginning of the 3rd Millennium. Bydgoszcz, 16-18 September 2004].   Przegl Epidemiol; 58 Suppl 1:1-143; 2004.

  2. Global Status of Immunization Safety: a Report Based on the WHO/UNICEF Joint Reporting Form, 2003 Update.   Wkly Epidemiol Rec; 80 (16): 142-147; April 22, 2005.

  3. Recommendations to Improve Targeted Vaccination Coverage Among High-Risk Adults.   Am J Prev Med; 28 (5S): 231-237; June, 2005.

  4. [Clinical and Immunological Effect Produced by Vaccination With "Pneumo 23" of Children With Atopic Bronchial Asthma].   Zh Mikrobiol Epidemiol Immunobiol;2): 83-85; March, 2005.

  5. Are Schools a Factor When Parents Refuse Immunization?   School Nurse News; 22 (2): 4-5; March, 2005.

  6. National Standards for Immunization Coverage Assessment: Recommendations From the Canadian Immunization Registry Network.   Can Commun Dis Rep; 31 (9): 93-97; May 1, 2005.

  7. Immunization Coverage Against Invasive Pneumococcal Disease Among Children in the Capital Health Region of Alberta.   Can Commun Dis Rep; 31 (6): 65-68; March 15, 2005.

  8. Auckland, C.; Cowlishaw, A.; Morgan, D.; Miller, E.  Reactions to Small Pox Vaccine in Naive and Previously-Vaccinated Individuals.   Vaccine; April 15, 2005. [Epub ahead of print]

  9. Awaya, Y.; Nagai, T.  [Proposed Immunization Program for Children With Epilepsy or Severe Motor and Intellectual Disabilities].   No To Hattatsu; 37 (3): 251-256; May, 2005.

  10. Beaujean, D. J.; Verweij, M. F.; van Steenbergen, J. E.  [Pneumococcal Vaccination; Arguments for Informing Parents About the Options Available].   Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd; 149 (17): 909-911; April 23, 2005.

  11. Bilukha, O. O.; Rosenstein, N.  Prevention and Control of Meningococcal Disease. Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP).   MMWR Recomm Rep; 54 (RR-7): 1-21; May 27, 2005.

  12. Booy, R.; Haworth, E. A.; Ali, K. A.; Chapel, H. M.; Moxon, E. R.  Immunogenicity of Routine Vaccination Against Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Haemophilus Influenzae Type b in Asian Infants Born in the United Kingdom.   Arch Dis Child; 90 (6): 589-591; June, 2005.

  13. Bovier, P. A.; Bouvier, Gallacdhi M.; Chamot, E.  Swiss Primary Care Physicians Reporting of Utility and Use of Recommended Vaccinations for Adults.   Swiss Med Wkly; 135 (13-14): 192-199; April 2, 2005.

  14. Breuer, J.  Commentary on Varicella Vaccination of Children in the United States: Assessment After the First Decade 1995-2005.   J Clin Virol; 33 (2): 96-98; June, 2005.

  15. Brunton, C.; Weir, R.; Jennings, L.  Knowledge and Attitudes About Influenza Vaccination Amongst General Practitioners, Practice Nurses, and People Aged 65 and Over.   N Z Med J; 118 (1214): U1434; May 6, 2005.

  16. Caro, J. J.; Getsios, D.; El-Hadi, W.; Payne, K.; O'Brien, J. A.  Pertussis Immunization of Adolescents in the United States: an Economic Evaluation.   Pediatr Infect Dis J; 24 (5 Suppl): S75-S82; May, 2005.

  17. Caro, J. J.; Getsios, D.; Payne, K.; Annemans, L.; Neumann, P. J.; Trindade, E.  Economic Burden of Pertussis and the Impact of Immunization.   Pediatr Infect Dis J; 24 (5 Suppl): S48-S54; May, 2005.

  18. Cazzola, M.; Salzillo, A.; De, Giglio C.; Piccolo, A.; Califano, C.; Noschese, P.  Treatment of Acute Exacerbation of Severe-to-Very Severe COPD With Azithromycin in Patients Vaccinated Against Streptococcus Pneumoniae.   Respir Med; 99 (6): 663-669; June, 2005.

  19. Claesson, B. A.; Trollfors, B.; Lagergard, T.; Knutsson, N.; Schneerson, R.; Robbins, J. B.  Antibodies Against Haemophilus Influenzae Type b Capsular Polysaccharide and Tetanus Toxoid Before and After a Booster Dose of the Carrier Protein Nine Years After Primary Vaccination With a Protein Conjugate Vaccine.   Pediatr Infect Dis J; 24 (5): 463-464; May, 2005.

  20. Coudeville, L.; Brunot, A.; Szucs, T. D.; Dervaux, B.  The Economic Value of Childhood Varicella Vaccination in France and Germany.   Value Health; 8 (3): 209-222; May, 2005.

  21. Cunha, S. S.  No Epidemiological Evidence for Infant Vaccinations to Cause Allergic Disease [Vaccine 2004;22:3375-85].   Vaccine; 23 (30): 3875; June 10, 2005.

  22. Dalal, A.; Silveira, M. P.  Immunization Status of Children in Goa.   Indian Pediatr; 42 (4): 401-402; April 7, 2005.

  23. de Greeff, S. C.; Schellekens, J. F.; Mooi, F. R.; de Melker, H. E.  [Effect of Vaccination Against Pertussis on the Incidence of Pertussis in The Netherlands, 1996-2003].   Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd; 149 (17): 937-943; April 23, 2005.

  24. De, Serres G.; Toth, E.; Menard, S.; Grenier, J. L.; Roussel, R.; Tremblay, M.; Landry, M.; Robert, Y.; Rochette, L.; Skowronski, D. M.  Oculo-Respiratory Syndrome After Influenza Vaccination: Trends Over Four Influenza Seasons.   Vaccine; 23 (28): 3726-3732; May 25, 2005.

  25. Dehart, M. P.; Salinas, S. K.; Barnette, L. J., Jr.; Lewis, K. D.; Mustin, H. D.; Corbett, C.; Green, P. K.  Project Protect: Pneumococcal Vaccination in Washington State Nursing Homes.   J Am Med Dir Assoc; 6 (2): 91-96; March, 2005.

  26. Dennis, C.  Polio Fight Falters As Yemen and Java Report Fresh Cases.   Nature; 435 (7039): 133; May 12, 2005.

  27. Dhiman, N.; Ovsyannikova, I. G.; Jacobson, R. M.; Vierkant, R. A.; Pankratz, V. S.; Jacobsen, S. J.; Poland, G. A.  Correlates of Lymphoproliferative Responses to Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) Virus Vaccines Following MMR-II Vaccination in Healthy Children.   Clin Immunol; 115 (2): 154-161; May, 2005.

  28. Diekema, D. S.  Responding to Parental Refusals of Immunization of Children.   Pediatrics; 115 (5): 1428-1431; May, 2005.

  29. Eckart, R. E.; Shry, E. A.; Jones, S. O.; Atwood, J. E.; Grabenstein, J. D.  Comparison of Clinical Presentation of Acute Myocarditis Following Smallpox Vaccination to Acute Coronary Syndromes in Patients <40 Years of Age.   Am J Cardiol; 95 (10): 1252-1255; May 15, 2005.

  30. Ercan, T. E.; Soycan, L. Y.; Apak, H.; Celkan, T.; Ozkan, A.; Akdenizli, E.; Kasapcopur, O.; Yildiz, I.  Antibody Titers and Immune Response to Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis and Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccination in Children Treated for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.   J Pediatr Hematol Oncol; 27 (5): 273-277; May, 2005.

  31. Fedson, D. S.  Preparing for Pandemic Vaccination: an International Policy Agenda for Vaccine Development.   J Public Health Policy; 26 (1): 4-29; April, 2005.

  32. Forsyth, K.; Nagai, M.; Lepetic, A.; Trindade, E.  Pertussis Immunization in the Global Pertussis Initiative International Region: Recommended Strategies and Implementation Considerations.   Pediatr Infect Dis J; 24 (5 Suppl): S93-S97; May, 2005.

  33. Garcia, Callejo F.; Costa, Alcacer, I; de, Paula, V; Marco, Algarra J.  [Sudden Bilateral Deafness After Measles, Mumps and Rubella Vaccination.].   An Pediatr (Barc ); 62 (5): 482-483; May, 2005.

  34. Grimprel, E.; von, Sonnenburg F.; Sanger, R.; Abitbol, V.; Wolter, J. M.; Schuerman, L. M.  Combined Reduced-Antigen-Content Diphtheria-Tetanus-Acellular Pertussis and Polio Vaccine (DTpa-IPV) for Booster Vaccination of Adults.   Vaccine; 23 (28): 3657-3667; May 25, 2005.

  35. Grose, C.  Varicella Vaccination of Children in the United States: Assessment After the First Decade 1995-2005.   J Clin Virol; 33 (2): 89-95; June, 2005.

  36. Gupta, R. K.; Best, J.; MacMahon, E.  Mumps and the UK Epidemic 2005.   BMJ; 330 (7500): 1132-1135; May 14, 2005.

  37. Heath, P. T.; Feldman, R. G.  Vaccination Against Group B Streptococcus.   Expert Rev Vaccines; 4 (2): 207-218; April, 2005.

  38. Hodge, J. G.; Gostin, L. O.  School Vaccination Requirements: Historical, Social, and Legal Perspectives.   KY Law J; 90 (4): 831-890; 2001.

  39. Hyatt, R. R., Jr.; Allen, S. M.  Disability As a "Family Affair": Parental Disability and Childhood Immunization.   Med Care; 43 (6): 600-606; June, 2005.

  40. Jackson, L. A.; Neuzil, K. M.; Whitney, C. G.; Starkovich, P.; Dunstan, M.; Yu, O.; Nelson, J. C.; Feikin, D. R.; Shay, D. K.; Baggs, J.; Carste, B.; Nahm, M. H.; Carlone, G.  Safety of Varying Dosages of 7-Valent Pneumococcal Protein Conjugate Vaccine in Seniors Previously Vaccinated With 23-Valent Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Vaccine.   Vaccine; 23 (28): 3697-3703; May 25, 2005.

  41. Jimenez-Garcia, R.; rinez-Fernandez, M. C.; Garcia-Carballo, M.; Hernandez-Barrera, V.; Miguel, A. G.; Carrasco-Garrido, P.  Influenza Vaccination Coverage and Related Factors Among Spanish Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.   Vaccine; 23 (28): 3679-3686; May 25, 2005.

  42. Jumaan, A. O.; Yu, O.; Jackson, L. A.; Bohlke, K.; Galil, K.; Seward, J. F.  Incidence of Herpes Zoster, Before and After Varicella-Vaccination-Associated Decreases in the Incidence of Varicella, 1992-2002.   J Infect Dis; 191 (12): 2002-2007; June 15, 2005.

  43. Keita, M. M.; Sylla, M.; Togo, B.; Bougoudogo, F.  [Meningococcal Meningitis Epidemic in Africa: Case Management and Emergency Vaccination.].   Arch Pediatr; 12 (6): 758-760; June, 2005.

  44. Landi, F.; Onder, G.; Carpenter, I.; Garms-Homolova, V.; Bernabei, R.  Prevalence and Predictors of Influenza Vaccination Among Frail, Community-Living Elderly Patients: An International Observational Study.   Vaccine; 23 (30): 3896-3901; June 10, 2005.

  45. Lau, C. Y.; Wahl, B.; Foo, W. K.  Ring Vaccination Versus Mass Vaccination in Event of a Smallpox Attack.   Hawaii Med J; 64 (2): 34-6, 53; February, 2005.

  46. Magnani, G.; Falchetti, E.; Pollini, G.; Reggiani, L. B.; Grigioni, F.; Coccolo, F.; Potena, L.; Magelli, C.; Sambri, V.; Branzi, A.  Safety and Efficacy of Two Types of Influenza Vaccination in Heart Transplant Recipients: a Prospective Randomised Controlled Study.   J Heart Lung Transplant; 24 (5): 588-592; May, 2005.

  47. Mah, M. W.; Hagen, N. A.; Pauling-Shepard, K.; Hawthorne, J. S.; Mysak, M.; Lye, T.; Louie, T. J.  Understanding Influenza Vaccination Attitudes at a Canadian Cancer Center.   Am J Infect Control; 33 (4): 243-250; May, 2005.

  48. Maho, A.; Ndeledje, Gondje N.; Mopate, L. Y.; Ganda, Kana S.  [Newcastle Disease in Southern Chad: Peak Epidemic Periods and the Impact of Vaccination].   Rev Sci Tech; 23 (3): 777-782; December, 2004.

  49. Massad, E.; Coutinho, F. A.; Burattini, M. N.; Lopez, L. F.; Struchiner, C. J.  Yellow Fever Vaccination: How Much Is Enough?   Vaccine; 23 (30): 3908-3914; June 10, 2005.

  50. Meyerhoff, A. S.; Jacobs, R. J.  Do Too Many Shots Due Lead to Missed Vaccination Opportunities? Does It Matter?    Prev Med; 41 (2): 540-544; August, 2005.

  51. Milgrom, H.; Palmer, E.; Leung, D.  Smallpox Vaccination: a Conundrum of Risks and Outcomes.   Curr Opin Allergy Clin Immunol; 5 (3): 207-209; June, 2005.

  52. Murphy, J. F.  Is It Time to Introduce Varicella Vaccination?   Ir Med J; 98 (3): 68; March, 2005.

  53. Narkeviciute, I.; Kavaliunaite, E.; Bernatoniene, G.; Eidukevicius, R.  Clinical Presentation of Pertussis in Fully Immunized Children in Lithuania.   BMC Infect Dis; 5 (1): 40; May 27, 2005. [Epub ahead of print]

  54. Ndiaye, S. M.; Hopkins, D. P.; Smith, S. J.; Hinman, A. R.; Briss, P. A.  Methods for Conducting Systematic Reviews of Targeted Vaccination Strategies for the Guide to Community Preventive Services.   Am J Prev Med; 28 (5 Suppl): 238-247; June, 2005.

  55. Olaguibel, J. M.; varez Puebla, M. J.  Efficacy of Sublingual Allergen Vaccination for Respiratory Allergy in Children. Conclusions From One Meta-Analysis.   J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol; 15 (1): 9-16; 2005.

  56. Orenstein, W. A.; Douglas, R. G.; Rodewald, L. E.; Hinman, A. R.  Immunizations in the United States: Success, Structure, and Stress.   Health Aff (Millwood ); 24 (3): 599-610; May, 2005.

  57. Paredes, J. L.; Diaz, D.  Improving Immunization of Programmable Logic Controllers Using Weighted Median Filters.   ISA Trans; 44 (2): 225-241; April, 2005.

  58. Park, J. H.; Na, K. S.; Paik, S. S.; Yoo, D. H.  Macrophagic Myofasciitis Unrelated to Vaccination.   Scand J Rheumatol; 34 (1): 65-67; 2005.

  59. Poland, G. A.; Jacobson, R. M.; Koutsky, L. A.; Tamms, G. M.; Railkar, R.; Smith, J. F.; Bryan, J. T.; Cavanaugh, P. F., Jr.; Jansen, K. U.; Barr, E.  Immunogenicity and Reactogenicity of a Novel Vaccine for Human Papillomavirus 16: a 2-Year Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial.   Mayo Clin Proc; 80 (5): 601-610; May, 2005.

  60. Poltorak, M.; Leach, M.; Fairhead, J.; Cassell, J.  'MMR Talk' and Vaccination Choices: An Ethnographic Study in Brighton.   Soc Sci Med; 61 (3): 709-719; August, 2005.

  61. Pressman, S. D.; Cohen, S.; Miller, G. E.; Barkin, A.; Rabin, B. S.; Treanor, J. J.  Loneliness, Social Network Size, and Immune Response to Influenza Vaccination in College Freshmen.   Health Psychol; 24 (3): 297-306; May, 2005.

  62. Rivest, P.; Grenier, L.; Lonergan, G.; Bedard, L.  Varicella Vaccination for Grades 4 and 5 Students: From Theory to Practice.   Can J Public Health; 96 (3): 197-200; May, 2005.

  63. Ross, A.; McLean, T. W.; Farber, R.; Weaver, R. G., Jr.; Chauvenet, A.; Givner, L. B.; Shetty, A. K.  Retinitis Following Varicella in a Vaccinated Child With Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.   Pediatr Blood Cancer; May 3, 2005. [Epub ahead of print]

  64. Roth, A.; Sodemann, M.; Jensen, H.; Poulsen, A.; Gustafson, P.; Gomes, J.; Djana, Q.; Jakobsen, M.; Garly, M. L.; Rodrigues, A.; Aaby, P.  Vaccination Technique, PPD Reaction and BCG Scarring in a Cohort of Children Born in Guinea-Bissau 2000-2002.   Vaccine; 23 (30): 3991-3998; June 10, 2005.

  65. Russell, M. L.; Verhoef, M. J.; Injeyan, H. S.  Are Chiropractors Interested in Participating in Immunization Awareness and Promotion Activities?   Can J Public Health; 96 (3): 194-196; May, 2005.

  66. Sacks, H. S.  Review: Vaccination Reduces the Incidence of Serologically Confirmed Influenza in Healthy Adults.   ACP J Club; 142 (3): 70; May, 2005.

  67. Salisbury, D. M.  Development of Immunization Policy and Its Implementation in the United Kingdom.   Health Aff (Millwood ); 24 (3): 744-754; May, 2005.

  68. Salmon, D. A.; Moulton, L. H.; Omer, S. B.; Dehart, M. P.; Stokley, S.; Halsey, N. A.  Factors Associated With Refusal of Childhood Vaccines Among Parents of School-Aged Children: a Case-Control Study.   Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med; 159 (5): 470-476; May, 2005.

  69. Sauri, M. A.  The Politics of Vaccine Production.   Md Med; 6 (1): 19-22; 2005.

  70. Schellekens, J.; von Konig, C. H.; Gardner, P.  Pertussis Sources of Infection and Routes of Transmission in the Vaccination Era.   Pediatr Infect Dis J; 24 (5 Suppl): S19-S24; May, 2005.

  71. Shefer, A.; McKibben, L.; Bardenheier, B.; Bratzler, D.; Roberts, H.  Characteristics of Long-Term Care Facilities Associated With Standing Order Programs to Deliver Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccinations to Residents in 13 States.   J Am Med Dir Assoc; 6 (2): 97-104; March, 2005.

  72. Shepard, C. W.; Ortega-Sanchez, I. R.; Scott, R. D.; Rosenstein, N. E.  Cost-Effectiveness of Conjugate Meningococcal Vaccination Strategies in the United States.   Pediatrics; 115 (5): 1220-1232; May, 2005.

  73. Soeung, S. C.; Grundy, J.; Biggs, B. A.; Boreland, M.; Cane, J.; Samnang, C.; Maynard, J.  Management Systems Response to Improving Immunization Coverage in Developing Countries: a Case Study From Cambodia.   Rural Remote Health; 4 (2): 263; April, 2004.

  74. Stern, A. M.; Markel, H.  The History of Vaccines and Immunization: Familiar Patterns, New Challenges.   Health Aff (Millwood ); 24 (3): 611-621; May, 2005.

  75. Tan, T.; Halperin, S.; Cherry, J. D.; Edwards, K.; Englund, J. A.; Glezen, P.; Greenberg, D.; Rothstein, E.; Skowronski, D.  Pertussis Immunization in the Global Pertussis Initiative North American Region: Recommended Strategies and Implementation Considerations.   Pediatr Infect Dis J; 24 (5 Suppl): S83-S86; May, 2005.

  76. Tezel, A.; Paliwal, S.; Shen, Z.; Mitragotri, S.  Low-Frequency Ultrasound As a Transcutaneous Immunization Adjuvant.   Vaccine; 23 (29): 3800-3807; May 31, 2005.

  77. Trottier, H.; Philippe, P.  Scaling Properties of Childhood Infectious Diseases Epidemics Before and After Mass Vaccination in Canada.   J Theor Biol; 235 (3): 326-337; August 7, 2005.

  78. Verweij, M. F.; van den Hoven, M. A.  Influenza Vaccination in Dutch Nursing Homes: Is Tacit Consent Morally Justified?   Med Health Care Philos; 8 (1): 89-95; 2005.

  79. Wendelboe, A. M.; Van, Rie A.; Salmaso, S.; Englund, J. A.  Duration of Immunity Against Pertussis After Natural Infection or Vaccination.   Pediatr Infect Dis J; 24 (5 Suppl): S58-S61; May, 2005.

  80. Whitley, R. J.  Changing Dynamics of Varicella-Zoster Virus Infections in the 21st Century: the Impact of Vaccination.   J Infect Dis; 191 (12): 1999-2001; June 15, 2005.

  81. Wirsing von Konig, C. H.; Campins-Marti, M.; Finn, A.; Guiso, N.; Mertsola, J.; Liese, J.  Pertussis Immunization in the Global Pertussis Initiative European Region: Recommended Strategies and Implementation Considerations.   Pediatr Infect Dis J; 24 (5 Suppl): S87-S92; May, 2005.

  82. Xie, J.; Dow, W. H.  Longitudinal Study of Child Immunization Determinants in China.   Soc Sci Med; 61 (3): 601-611; August, 2005.

  83. Yang, J.; Acosta, C. J.; Si, G.; Zeng, J.; Li, C. Y.; Liang, D. B.; Ochiai, R. L.; Page, A. L.; novaro-Holliday, M. C.; Zhang, J.; Zhou, B. D.; Liao, H. Z.; Wang, M. L.; Tan, D. M.; Tang, Z. Z.; Gong, J.; Park, J. K.; Ali, M.; Ivanoff, B.; Liang, G. C.; Yang, H. H.; Pang, T.; Xu, Z. Y.; Donner, A.; Galindo, C. M.; Dong, B. Q.; Clemens, J. D.  A Mass Vaccination Campaign Targeting Adults and Children to Prevent Typhoid Fever in Hechi; Expandin the Use of Vi Polysaccharide Vaccine in Southeast China: A Cluster-Randomized Trial.   BMC Public Health; 5 (1): 49; May 18, 2005.

  84. Yousfi, M. E.; Mercier, S.; Breuille, D.; Denis, P.; Papet, I.; Mirand, P. P.; Obled, C.  The Inflammatory Response to Vaccination Is Altered in the Elderly.   Mech Ageing Dev; April 26, 2005. [Epub ahead of print]

  85. Zimmerman, R. K.; Tabbarah, M.; Bardenheier, B.; Janosky, J. E.; Troy, J. A.; Raymund, M.; Yawn, B. P.  The 2002 United States Varicella Vaccine Shortage and Physician Recommendations for Vaccination.   Prev Med; 41 (2): 575-582; August, 2005.

  86. Zimmerman, R. K.  If Pneumonia Is the "Old Man's Friend", Should It Be Prevented by Vaccination? An Ethical Analysis.   Vaccine; 23 (29): 3843-3849; May 31, 2005.

  87. Zinka, B.; Rauch, E.; Buettner, A.; Rueff, F.; Penning, R.  Unexplained Cases of Sudden Infant Death Shortly After Hexavalent Vaccination.   Vaccine; May 18, 2005. [Epub ahead of print].

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