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VAERS Bibliography - October 2006

  1. ACOG Committee Opinion No. 344: Human Papillomavirus Vaccination.   Obstet Gynecol; 108 (3 Pt 1): 699-705; September, 2006.

  2. Response to Vaccination Is Dependent on the Applied Immunosuppression.   Transplantation; 82 (1 Suppl 2): 521; July 15, 2006.

  3. Preserved Humoral and Celular Response to Influenza Vaccination in Human Recipients Naturally Tolerant to a Kidney Allograft.  Transplantation; 82 (1 Suppl 2): 172; July 15, 2006.

  4. Vaccines: More Reasons to Immunize.  Consum Rep; 71 (10): 62; October, 2006.

  5. Immunization practices in pediatric liver transplant patients at studies of pediatric liver and transplant (split) centers. Transplantation; 82 (1 Suppl 2): 981-982; July 15, 2006.

  6. Aaby, P.  [International Health at Home: Bringing the Experiences Back Home With You].  Ugeskr Laeger; 168 (36): 3015-3018; September 4, 2006.

  7. Agtini, M. D.; Ochiai, R. L.; Soeharno, R.; Lee, H. J.; Sundoro, J.; Hadinegoro, S. R.; Han, O. P.; Tana, L.; Halim, F. X.; Ghani, L.; Delima; Lestari, W.; Sintawati, F. X.; Kusumawardani, N.; Malik, R.; Santoso, T. S.; Nadjib, M.; Soeroso, S.; Wangsasaputra, F.; Ali, M.; Ivanoff, B.; Galindo, C. M.; Pang, T.; Clemens, J. D.; Suwandono, A.; Acosta, C. J.  Introducing Vi Polysaccharide Typhoid Fever Vaccine to Primary School Children in North Jakarta, Indonesia, Via an Existent School-Based Vaccination Platform. Public Health; September 25, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  8. Arya, S. C.; Agarwal, N.  Re: Seroepidemiology Study of Rubella Antibodies Among Pregnant Women From Seven Asian Countries: Evaluation of the Rubella Vaccination Program in Taiwan.  Vaccine; August 14, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  9. Aydin, K.; Elmas, S.; Guzes, E. A.  Reversible Posterior Leukoencephalopathy and Adie's Pupil After Measles Vaccination.  J Child Neurol; 21 (6): 525-527; June, 2006.

  10. Bass, S. B.; Ruzek, S. B.; Gordon, T. F.; Hanlon, A. L.  Preparedness for a Smallpox Outbreak: Comparing Metrics for Assessing Levels of Vaccination Among Health-Care Workers by State.   Epidemiol Infect; 1-12; September 6, 2006.

  11. Benn, C. S.; Aaby, P.  [Gender Differences in Response to Preventive Health Care Interventions. Do We Have to Treat Girls and Boys Differently, If We Treat Them at All?].  Ugeskr Laeger; 168 (36): 3045-3046; September 4, 2006.

  12. Brisson, M.; Edmunds, W. J.  Impact of Model, Methodological, and Parameter Uncertainty in the Economic Analysis of Vaccination Programs.   Med Decis Making; 26 (5): 434-446; September, 2006.

  13. Camargos, P.; Ribeiro, Y.; Teixeira, A.; Menezes, L.  Tuberculin Skin Reactivity After Neonatal BCG Vaccination in Preterm Infants in Minas Gerais, Brazil, 2001-2002.   Rev Panam Salud Publica; 19 (6): 403-407; June, 2006.

  14. Campins, Marti M.  [[Vaccination of Health-Care Personnel.].  Enferm Infecc Microbiol Clin; 24 (7): 411-412; August, 2006.

  15. Castro-Rodriguez, J. A.; Mallol, J.; Andrade, R.; Munoz, M.; Azzini, I.  Comparison of Tuberculin Skin Test Response After Three Modalities of Neonatal BCG Vaccination.   Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg; September 22, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  16. Cella, M. T.; Corona, G.; Tuccillo, E.; Franco, G.  [Assessment of Efficacy and Economic Impact of an Influenza Vaccination Campaign in the Personnel of a Health Care Setting].   Med Lav; 96 (6): 483-489; November, 2005.

  17. da Silva e Sa GR; Camacho, L. A.; Siqueira, M. M.; Stavola, M. S.; Ferreira, D. A.  Seroepidemiological Profile of Pregnant Women After Inadvertent Rubella Vaccination in the State of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, 2001-2002.   Rev Panam Salud Publica; 19 (6): 371-378; June, 2006.

  18. Davis, M. M.; Taubert, K.; Benin, A. L.; Brown, D. W.; Mensah, G. A.; Baddour, L. M.; Dunbar, S.; Krumholz, H. MInfluenza Vaccination As Secondary Prevention for Cardiovascular Disease. A Science Advisory From the American Heart Association/ American College of Cardiology.  J Am Coll Cardiol; September 18, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  19. Delacourt, C.  [Prevention of Childhood Tuberculosis: a Powerful Strategy for Contact Investigation Must Accompany Any Change in BCG Vaccination.].   Arch Pediatr; September 18, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  20. Dombkowski, K. J.; Davis, M. M.; Cohn, L. M.; Clark, S. J.  Effect of Missed Opportunities on Influenza Vaccination Rates Among Children With Asthma.   Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med; 160 (9): 966-971; September, 2006.

  21. Ebrahim, G. J.  Vaccination Against Tuberculosis.   J Trop Pediatr; 52 (5): 305-306; October, 2006.

  22. Edwards, K. M.; Griffin, M. R.  Influenza Vaccination of Children: Can It Be Accomplished?   J Infect Dis; 194 (8): 1027-1029; October 15, 2006.

  23. Englund, J. A.; Walter, E. B.; Gbadebo, A.; Monto, A. S.; Zhu, Y.; Neuzil, K. M.  Immunization With Trivalent Inactivated Influenza Vaccine in Partially Immunized Toddlers.   Pediatrics; 118 (3): e579-e585; September, 2006.

  24. Ferdman, R. M.; Church, J. A.  Denial of insurance authorization at a subspecialty office as a cause of missed opportunities for influenza vaccination in children with asthma.   Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med; 160 (9): 987-988; September, 2006.

  25. Galicia-Garcia, M. D.; Gonzalez-Torga, A.; Garcia-Gonzalez, C.; Fuster-Perez, M.; Garrigos-Gordo, I.; Lopez-Fresnena, N.; Gracia-Rodriguez, R. M.; Sanchez-Paya, J.  [Influenza Vaccination in Healthcare Workers. Why Are Some Vaccinated Whereas Others Are Not?].   Enferm Infecc Microbiol Clin; 24 (7): 413-417; August, 2006.

  26. Garcia-Doval, I.; Mayo, E.; Nogueira, Farina J.; Cruces, M. J.  Bullous Pemphigoid Triggered by Influenza Vaccination? Ecological Study in Galicia, Spain.   Br J Dermatol; 155 (4): 820-823; October, 2006.

  27. Garcia-Sancho, F. M.; Garcia-Garcia, L.; Jimenez-Corona, M. E.; Palacios-Martinez, M.; Ferreyra-Reyes, L. D.; Canizales-Quintero, S.; Cano-Arellano, B.; Ponce-de-Leon, A.; Sifuentes-Osornio, J.; Small, P.; Deriemer, KIs Tuberculin Skin Testing Useful to Diagnose Latent Tuberculosis in BCG-Vaccinated Children?   Int J Epidemiol; September 28, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  28. Gerdes, J.; Thorsen, T.  [So Dangerous Are Not Measles, Mumps and Rubella...A Qualitative Survey of Causes of MMR Vaccination Refusal in the County of Vejle].   Ugeskr Laeger; 168 (33): 2670-2674; August 14, 2006.

  29. Glenn, G. M.; Kenney, R. T.  Mass Vaccination: Solutions in the Skin.   Curr Top Microbiol Immunol; 304: 247-268; 2006.

  30. Grabenstein, J. D.; Nevin, R. L.  Mass Immunization Programs: Principles and Standards.   Curr Top Microbiol Immunol; 304: 31-51; 2006.

  31. Grijalva, C. G.; Poehling, K. A.; Nuorti, J. P.; Zhu, Y.; Martin, S. W.; Edwards, K. M.; Griffin, M. R.  National Impact of Universal Childhood Immunization With Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine on Outpatient Medical Care Visits in the United States.   Pediatrics; 118 (3): 865-873; September, 2006.

  32. Gustafsson, L.; Hessel, L.; Storsaeter, J.; Olin, P.  Long-Term Follow-Up of Swedish Children Vaccinated With Acellular Pertussis Vaccines at 3, 5, and 12 Months of Age Indicates the Need for a Booster Dose at 5 to 7 Years of Age.   Pediatrics; 118 (3): 978-984; September, 2006.

  33. Heilmann, C.; Grandjean, P.; Weihe, P.; Nielsen, F.; Budtz-Jorgensen, E.  Reduced Antibody Responses to Vaccinations in Children Exposed to Polychlorinated Biphenyls.   PLoS Med; 3 (8); August 22, 2006.

  34. Heymann, D. L.; Aylward, R. B.  Mass Vaccination: When and Why.   Curr Top Microbiol Immunol; 304: 1-16; 2006.

  35. Hirdes, J. P.; Dalby, D. M.; Steel, R. K.; Carpenter, G. I.; Bernabei, R.; Morris, J. N.; Fries, B. E.  Predictors of Influenza Immunization Among Home Care Clients in Ontario.   Can J Public Health; 97 (4): 335-339; July, 2006.

  36. Holodniy, M.  Prevention of Shingles by Varicella Zoster Virus Vaccination.   Expert Rev Vaccines; 5 (4): 431-443; August, 2006.

  37. Jia, H.; Link, M.; Holt, J.; Mokdad, A. H.; Li, L.; Levy, P. S.  Monitoring County-Level Vaccination Coverage During the 2004-2005 Influenza Season.   Am J Prev Med; 31 (4): 275-280; October, 2006.

  38. Kennedy, R. D.; Cullamar, K.  Immunizations for the Older Adult.   Medsurg Nurs; 15 (4): 253-254; August, 2006.

  39. Khan, M. N.; Rahman, M. L.; Awal, Miah A.; Islam, M. S.; Musa, S. A.; Tofail, F.  Vaccination Coverage Survey in Dhaka District.   Bangladesh Med Res Counc Bull; 31 (2): 46-53; August, 2005.

  40. Klote, M. M.; Engler, R. J.; Martin, B. L.; Cummings, J. F.; Wortmann, G. W.; Ludwig, G. V.  Vaccinia DNA in Blood After Smallpox Vaccination.   JAMA; 296 (11): 1350-1351; September, 2006.

  41. Kolos, V.; Menzies, R.; McIntyre, PHigher Pertussis Hospitalization Rates in Indigenous Australian Infants, and Delayed Vaccination.   Vaccine; [Epub ahead of print]. August 31, 2006.

  42. Kyaw, M. H.; Greene, C. M.; Schaffner, W.; Ray, S. M.; Shapiro, M.; Barrett, N. L.; Gershman, K.; Craig, A. S.; Roberson, A.; Zell, E. R.; Schuchat, A.; Bennett, N. M.; Whitney, C. G.  Adults With Invasive Pneumococcal Disease Missed Opportunities for Vaccination.   Am J Prev Med; 31 (4): 286-292; October, 2006.

  43. Landi, F.; Onder, G.; Cesari, M.; Russo, A.; Barillaro, C.; Bernabei, R.  In a Prospective Observational Study, Influenza Vaccination Prevented Hospitalization Among Older Home Care Patients.   J Clin Epidemiol; 59 (10): 1072-1077; October, 2006.

  44. Lane, J. M.  Mass Vaccination and Surveillance/Containment in the Eradication of Smallpox.   Curr Top Microbiol Immunol; 304: 17-29; 2006.

  45. Langley, J. M.  Highlights of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization Statement on Influenza for the 2006-2007 Season.   CMAJ; 175 (7): 742; September 26, 2006.

  46. Levine, M. M.  Mass Vaccination to Control Epidemic and Endemic Typhoid Fever.   Curr Top Microbiol Immunol; 304: 231-246; 2006.

  47. Lichy, C.; Grau, A. J.  Investigating the Association Between Influenza Vaccination and Reduced Stroke Risk.   Expert Rev Vaccines; 5 (4): 535-540; August, 2006.

  48. Lindley, M. C.; Wortley, P. M.; Winston, C. A.; Bardenheier, B. H.  The Role of Attitudes in Understanding Disparities in Adult Influenza Vaccination.   Am J Prev Med; 31 (4): 281-285; October, 2006.

  49. Linkins, R. W.; Salmon, D. A.; Omer, S. B.; Pan, W. K.; Stokley, S.; Halsey, N. A.  Support for Immunization Registries Among Parents of Vaccinated and Unvaccinated School-Aged Children: A Case Control Study.   BMC Public Health; 6 (1): 236; September 22, 2006.

  50. Llewellyn, M.  Anaphylaxis Following Paediatric Immunization.   Ir Med J; 99 (4): 125; April, 2006.

  51. Lyon, A. K.; Bardhan, M.; Barker, P.; Wilson, P.  Computer Technology and the Childhood Immunization Programme: an Investigation of Low Uptake Rates in Coventry Primary Care Trust.   J Public Health (Oxf); September 6, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  52. Mahon, B. E.; Anah, K.; Kharasch, S. J.  Screening Emergency Department Patients for Under-Immunized Adolescents.   J Adolesc Health; 39 (4): 598-600; October, 2006.

  53. Mohan, A.; Murhekar, M. V.; Wairagkar, N. S.; Hutin, Y. J.; Gupte, M. D.  Measles Transmission Following the Tsunami in a Population With a High One-Dose Vaccination Coverage, Tamilnadu, India 2004-2005.   BMC Infect Dis; 6 (1): 143; September, 2006.

  54. Moon, J. S.; Souayah, N.  Guillain-Barre Syndrome Triggered by Influenza Vaccination in a Recipient of Liver Transplant on FK506.   Liver Transpl; 12 (10): 1537-1539; September 26, 2006.

  55. Moore, D. L.; Vaudry, W.; Scheifele, D. W.; Halperin, S. A.; Dery, P.; Ford-Jones, E.; Arishi, H. M.; Law, B. J.; Lebel, M.; Le, Saux N.; Grimsrud, K.; Tam, T.  Surveillance for Influenza Admissions Among Children Hospitalized in Canadian Immunization Monitoring Program Active Centers, 2003-2004.   Pediatrics; 118 (3): e610-e619; September, 2006.

  56. Musher, D. M.; Rueda-Jaimes, A. M.; Graviss, E. A.; Rodriguez-Barradas, M. C.  Effect of Pneumococcal Vaccination: a Comparison of Vaccination Rates in Patients With Bacteremic and Nonbacteremic Pneumococcal Pneumonia.   Clin Infect Dis; 43 (8): 1004-1008; October 15, 2006.

  57. Noakes, K.; Salisbury, D.  Immunization Campaigns in the UK.   Curr Top Microbiol Immunol; 304: 53-70; 2006.

  58. O'Connor, M. E.; Matthews, B. S.; Gao, D.  Effect of Open Access Scheduling on Missed Appointments, Immunizations, and Continuity of Care for Infant Well-Child Care Visits.   Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med; 160 (9): 889-893; September, 2006.

  59. Pascolo, S.  Vaccination With Messenger RNA.  Methods Mol Med; 127: 23-40; 2006.

  60. Pineda, Solas A.; Bernaola, Iturbe E.; Martinon-Torres, F.; Baca, Cots M.; De Juan, Martin F.; Gomez Campdera, J. A.; Diaz, Domingo J.; Garces, Sanchez M.; Gimenez, Sanchez F.; Picazo, J.  [Recommendations of the Vaccine Advisory Committee of the Spanish Association of Pediatrics: Influenza Vaccination Campaign 2006-2007.].   An Pediatr (Barc ); 65 (3): 252-255; September, 2006.

  61. Plotkin, S. A.  The history of rubella and rubella vaccination leading to elimination. Clin Infect Dis; 43 (Suppl 3): S164-S168; November 1, 2006.

  62. Principi, N.; Esposito, S.  Influenza vaccination in healthy children.  Vaccine; August 31, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  63. Quigley, R.; Hayes, B.  Determinants of Influenza Vaccination Uptake Among Hospital Healthcare Workers.   Ir Med J; 99 (7): 200-203; July, 2006.

  64. Ratzan, S. C.  Time for a routine immunization communication effort.   J Health Commun; 11 (6): 547-549; September, 2006.

  65. Rizzuto, E.; Prete, A. M.; Virtuani, L.; Pompa, M. G.  Effectiveness of Influenza Vaccination: A Survey Within the Italian Ministry of Health Personnel.  Vaccine; June 21, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  66. Rupp, R.; Rosenthal, S. L.; Middleman, A. B.  Vaccination: an Opportunity to Enhance Early Adolescent Preventative Services.   J Adolesc Health; 39 (4): 461-464; October, 6 2006.

  67. Ryan, A. M.; Bermingham, N.; Harrington, H. J.; Keohane, C.  Atypical Presentation of Macrophagic Myofasciitis 10 Years Post Vaccination.   Neuromuscul Disord; September 25, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  68. Salmon, D. A.; Omer, S. B.  Individual Freedom Versus Collective Responsibility: Immunization Decision-Making in the Face of Occasionally Competing Values.   Emerg Themes Epidemiol; 3 (1): 13; September 27, 2006.

  69. Santibanez, T. A.; Santoli, J. M.; Bridges, C. B.; Euler, G. L.  Influenza Vaccination Coverage of Children Aged 6 to 23 Months: the 2002-2003 and 2003-2004 Influenza Seasons.   Pediatrics; 118 (3): 1167-1175; September, 2006.

  70. Schwartz, B.; Wortley, P.  Mass Vaccination for Annual and Pandemic Influenza.   Curr Top Microbiol Immunol; 304: 131-152; 2006.

  71. Sutter, R. W.; Maher, C.  Mass Vaccination Campaigns for Polio Eradication: an Essential Strategy for Success.   Curr Top Microbiol Immunol; 304: 195-220; 2006.

  72. Valdespino-Gomez, J. L.; de, Lourdes Garcia-Garcia; Fernandez-de-Castro, J.; Henao-Restrepo, A. M.; Bennett, J.; Sepulveda-Amor, J.  Measles Aerosol Vaccination.   Curr Top Microbiol Immunol; 304: 165-193; 2006.

  73. Vene, S.; Haglund, M.; Lundkvist, A.; Lindquist, L.; Forsgren, M.  Study of the Serological Response After Vaccination Against Tick-Borne Encephalitis in Sweden.   Vaccine; August 2, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  74. Vila-Corcoles, A.; Ochoa-Gondar, O.; Ester, F.; Sarra, N.; Ansa, X.; Saun, N.; Evan, G. S.  Evolution of Vaccination Rates After the Implementation of a Free Systematic Pneumococcal Vaccination in Catalonian Older Adults: 4-Years Follow-Up.   BMC Public Health; 6: 231; September 18, 2006.

  75. Walter, E. B.; Neuzil, K. M.; Zhu, Y.; Fairchok, M. P.; Gagliano, M. E.; Monto, A. S.; Englund, J. A.  Influenza Vaccine Immunogenicity in 6- to 23-Month-Old Children: Are Identical Antigens Necessary for Priming?   Pediatrics; 118 (3): e570-e578; September, 2006.

  76. Whiteside, J.; Grover, M.; Hitchcock, K.; Kim, R.  Clinical Inquiries. Should Patients Receive 23-Valent Pneumococcal Vaccination More Than Once?   J Fam Pract; 55 (9): 809-812; September, 2006.

  77. Yasuda, K.  Immunization Information Systems.   Pediatrics; 118 (3): 1293-1295; September, 2006.

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