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Vaccine Safety Bibliography - April 2009

  1. Safeguarding Slaves: Smallpox, Vaccination, and Governmental Health Policies Among the Enslaved Population in the Danish West Indies, 1803-1848.   Bull Hist Med; 83 (1): 95-124; 2009.

  2. The World's First Immunization Campaign: The Spanish Smallpox Vaccine Expedition, 1803-1813.   Bull Hist Med; 83 (1): 63-94; 2009.

  3. Introduction: Simultaneously Global and Local: Reassessing Smallpox Vaccination and Its Spread, 1789-1900.   Bull Hist Med; 83 (1): 1-16; 2009.

  4. Jennerian Vaccination and the Creation of a National Public Health Agenda in Japan, 1850-1900.   Bull Hist Med; 83 (1): 125-140; 2009.

  5. Yellow Fever in Africa and South America, 2007.  Wkly Epidemiol Rec; 84 (13): 97-104; March 27, 2009.

  6. Adult Immunization.   Treat Guidel Med Lett; 7 (80): 27-36; April, 2009.

  7. [Clinical and Epidemiological Features of Tuberculosis Ostitis in BCG-Vaccinated Children].   Probl Tuberk Bolezn Legk; (1): 16-20; 2009.

  8. Abarca, K.; Valenzuela, M. T.; Vergara, R.; Luchsinger, V.; Munoz, A.; Jimenez de la, J. J.; Ripoll, E.; O'Ryan, M.  [Human Papillomavirus Vaccine. Statement of the Advisory Committee of Immunizations on Behalf of the Chilean Infectious Diseases Society. September 2008].   Rev Med Chil; 136 (11): 1485-1492; November, 2008.

  9. Abzug, M. JVaccination in the Immunocompromised Child: a Probe of Immune Reconstitution.   Pediatr Infect Dis J; 28 (3): 233-236; March, 2009.

  10. Ainbinder, R.; Shani, M.; Rosenberg, R.; Nakar, S.; Vinker, S.  [Attitudes of Family Physicians to Influenza Vaccination After a Cluster of Deaths That Were Initially Attributed to the Vaccination].   Harefuah; 147 (12): 947-9, 1032; December, 2008.

  11. Altes, H. K.; Dijkstra, F.; Lugner, A.; Cobelens, F.; Wallinga, J.  Targeted BCG Vaccination Against Severe Tuberculosis in Low-Prevalence Settings: Epidemiologic and Economic Assessment.   Epidemiology; March 17, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  12. Barabas, A. Z.; Weir, D. M.; Cole, C. D.; Barabas, A. D.; Bahlis, N. J.; Graeff, R. M.; Lafreniere, R.  Preventing and Treating Chronic Disorders Using the Modified Vaccination Technique.   Front Biosci; 14: 3892-3898; January 1, 2009.

  13. Bruhn, K.; Tillett, J.  Administration of Vaccinations in Pregnancy and Postpartum.   MCN Am J Matern Child Nurs; 34 (2): 98-105; March, 2009.

  14. Center, K. J.; Hansen, J. R.; Lewis, E.; Fireman, B. H.; Hilton, BLack of Association of Kawasaki Disease After Immunization in a Cohort of Infants Followed for Multiple Autoimmune Diagnoses in a Large, Phase-4 Observational Database Safety Study of 7-Valent Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine: Lack of Association Between Kawasaki Disease and Seven-Valent Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine.   Pediatr Infect Dis J; March 23, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  15. Cherry, J. D.  Recognition and Management of Encephalitis in Children.   Adv Exp Med Biol; 634: 53-60; 2009.

  16. Chevat, C.; Viala-Danten, M.; as-Barbosa, C.; Nguyen, V. H.  Development and Psychometric Validation of a Self-Administered Questionnaire Assessing the Acceptance of Influenza Vaccination: the Vaccinees' Perception of Injection (VAPI) Questionnaire.   Health Qual Life Outcomes; 7: 21; March 4, 2009.

  17. Clark, A.; Sanderson, C.  Timing of Children's Vaccinations in 45 Low-Income and Middle-Income Countries: an Analysis of Survey Data.   Lancet; March, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  18. da Mota, L. M.; Oliveira, A. C.; Lima, R. A.; dos Santos-Neto, L. L.; Tauil, P. L.  [Vaccination Against Yellow Fever Among Patients on Immunosuppressors With Diagnoses of Rheumatic Diseases].   Rev Soc Bras Med Trop; 42 (1): 23-27; January, 2009.

  19. De Bruyn, K.; De Wulf, I; Deneyer, H.; Saevels, J.  [Community Pharmacies Help to Increase Influenza Vaccination Rates Amongst People With Diabetes].   J Pharm Belg; 63 (4): 91-93; December, 2008.

  20. Dias, P. J.; Gopal, S.  Refractory Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura Following Influenza Vaccination.   Anaesthesia; 64 (4): 444-446; April, 2009.

  21. Dobson, R.  Shingles Vaccination Is Likely to Be Cost Effective at Age 65 or 70.   BMJ; 338: b944; March 6, 2009.

  22. Douglas, R. J.  Quadrivalent HPV Vaccination Reactions - More Hype Than Harm.   Aust Fam Physician; 38 (3): 139-142; March, 2009.

  23. Gallagher, S.; Phillips, A. C.; Drayson, M. T.; Carroll, D.  Caregiving for Children With Developmental Disabilities Is Associated With a Poor Antibody Response to Influenza Vaccination.   Psychosom Med; March 17, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  24. Girard, D. Z.  The Distribution Over Time of Costs and Social Net Benefits for Pertussis Immunization Programs.   Int J Health Care Finance Econ; March 18, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  25. Gisselquist, D.  Avoiding Reused Instruments for Immunizations Exposes Unsolved Problems.   Int J Occup Environ Health; 15 (1): 107-108; January, 2009.

  26. Grant, C. C.; Turner, N.; Jones, R.  Eliminating Ethnic Disparities in Health Through Immunisation: New Zealand's Chance to Earn Global Respect.   N Z Med J; 122 (1291): 6-9; March 13, 2009.

  27. Guthmann, J. P.; de La Rocque, F.; Boucherat, M.; van Cauteren, D.; Fonteneau, L.; Lecuyer, A.; Cohen, R.; Levy-Bruhl, D.  [BCG Vaccine Coverage in Private Medical Practice: First Data in Children Below Two Years Old, Seven Months After the End of Compulsory Vaccination in France.].   Arch Pediatr; March, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  28. Haddad-Boubaker, S.; Ould-Mohamed-Abdallah, M. V.; Ben-Yahia, A.; Triki, H.  [Genetic Recombination in Vaccine Poliovirus: Comparative Study in Strains Excreted in Course of Vaccination by Oral Poliovirus Vaccine and Circulating Strains.].   Pathol Biol (Paris); March 17, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  29. Heffernan, J. M.; Keeling, M. J.  Implications of Vaccination and Waning Immunity.   Proc Biol Sci; March 4, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  30. Higginbotham, T. W.; Cleveland, K. W.  Decreasing Childhood Pertussis Infection Through Vaccination of the Elderly.   Consult Pharm; 23 (12): 976, 979-976, 981; December, 2008.

  31. Hovde, J.; Kutscher, E. C.  Autism and Vaccinations: Is There a Correlation?   S D Med; 61 (12): 456-457; December, 2008.

  32. Isaacs, D.  Routine Use of Influenza Vaccine.   Adv Exp Med Biol; 634: 95-110; 2009.

  33. Isaacson, N.; Roemheld-Hamm, B.; Crosson, J. C.; Dicicco-Bloom, B.; Winston, C. A.  Organizational Culture Influences Health Care Workers' Influenza Immunization Behavior.   Fam Med; 41 (3): 202-207; March, 2009.

  34. Iwami, S.; Suzuki, T.; Takeuchi, Y.  Paradox of Vaccination: Is Vaccination Really Effective Against Avian Flu Epidemics?   PLoS ONE; 4 (3): e4915; 2009.

  35. Jackson, L. A.; Baxter, R.; Naleway, A. L.; Belongia, E. A.; Baggs, J.  Patterns of Pneumococcal Vaccination and Revaccination in Elderly and Non-Elderly Adults: a Vaccine Safety Datalink Study.   BMC Infect Dis; 9 (1): 37; March 25, 2009.

  36. Lahman, J. E.  "Medical Delegation: Get the Facts".   Conn Med; 73 (1): 56; January, 2009.

  37. Lanternier, F.; Henegar, C.; Mouthon, L.; Blanche, P.; Christophorov, B.; Cohen, P.; Bienvenu, B.; Le, Guern, V; Berezne, A.; Pagnoux, C.; Guillevin, L.; Launay, O.  Factors Influencing Influenza-Vaccination in Adults Under Immunosuppressive Therapy for a Systemic Inflammatory Disease.    Med Mal Infect; March, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  38. Lasserre, A.; Riviere, M.; Blanchon, T.; Alvarez, F.; Gaillat, J.; Romain, O.; Bouhour, D.; Guiso, N.  [Awareness and Adherence to Pertussis Vaccination Guidelines by Occupational Medicine Physicians in Paris Healthcare Institution.].   Med Mal Infect; March 12, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  39. Leiderman, Y. I.; Lessell, S.; Cestari, D. M.  Recurrent Isolated Sixth Nerve Palsy After Consecutive Annual Influenza Vaccinations in a Child.   J AAPOS; March 12, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  40. Li, C.; Freedman, M.; Boyer-Chu, L.  Championing School-Located Influenza Immunization: the School Nurse's Role.   J Sch Nurs; 25 (Suppl 1): 18S-28S; February, 2009.

  41. Lima, M.  A Link Between the North Atlantic Oscillation and Measles Dynamics During the Vaccination Period in England and Wales.   Ecol Lett; 12 (4): 302-314; April, 2009.

  42. Lin, P.; Yoon, M. K.; Chiu, C. S.  Herpes Zoster Keratouveitis and Inflammatory Ocular Hypertension 8 Years After Varicella Vaccination.   Ocul Immunol Inflamm; 17 (1): 33-35; January, 2009.

  43. Loring, B. J.; Curtis, E. T.  Routine Vaccination Coverage of 11 Year Olds, by Ethnicity, Through School-Based Vaccination in South Auckland.   N Z Med J; 122 (1291): 14-21; March 13, 2009.

  44. Maurer, J.  Who Has a Clue to Preventing the Flu? Unravelling Supply and Demand Effects on the Take-Up of Influenza Vaccinations.   J Health Econ; February 6, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  45. McNeil, S.; Halperin, B.; MacDonald, N.  Influenza in Pregnancy: the Case for Prevention.   Adv Exp Med Biol; 634: 161-183; 2009.

  46. Middleton, G.  Active Steps to Promote Influenza Vaccination.   Disaster Med Public Health Prep; 3 (1): 61-62; March, 2009.

  47. Mu, J.; Jeyanathan, M.; Small, C. L.; Zhang, X.; Roediger, E.; Feng, X.; Chong, D.; Gauldie, J.; Xing, Z.  Immunization With a Bivalent Adenovirus-Vectored Tuberculosis Vaccine Provides Markedly Improved Protection Over Its Monovalent Counterpart Against Pulmonary Tuberculosis.   Mol Ther; March 24, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  48. Nikula, A.; Hupli, M.; Rapola, S.; Leino-Kilpi, H.  Vaccination Competence.   Public Health Nurs; 26 (2): 173-182; March, 2009.

  49. O'Connor, M. B.; O'Connor, C.  HPV Vaccination in Ireland.   Ir J Med Sci; March 10, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  50. O'Hallahan, J.; McNicholas, A.; Galloway, Y.; O'Leary, E.; Roseveare, C.  Delivering a Safe and Effective Strain-Specific Vaccine to Control an Epidemic of Group B Meningococcal Disease.   N Z Med J; 122 (1291): 48-59; March 13, 2009.

  51. Ozasa, K.; Washio, M.  [Issues Associated With Evaluating the Effectiveness of Influenza Vaccination by Observational Studies].   Nippon Koshu Eisei Zasshi; 56 (1): 18-24; January, 2009.

  52. Picot, V.  Intradermal Immunization: an Alternative Route for Vaccine Administration. Articles As Per Sessions Meeting Report.    Vaccine; 26 (Suppl 9): S1-S5; December 31, 2008.

  53. Polgreen, P. M.; Polgreen, L. A.; Evans, T.; Helms, C.  A Statewide System for Improving Influenza Vaccination Rates in Hospital Employees.   Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol; 30(5): 474-478; March 27, 2009.

  54. Ransom, J.  School-Located Influenza Vaccination Clinics: Local Health Department Perspectives.   J Sch Nurs; 25 (Suppl 1): 13S-17S; February, 2009.

  55. Rojo, G.  [Vaccinations Against Malaria.].   Enferm Infecc Microbiol Clin; 27 (2): 136; February, 2009.

  56. Rosenlund, H.; Bergstrom, A.; Alm, J. S.; Swartz, J.; Scheynius, A.; van, Hage M.; Johansen, K.; Brunekreef, B.; von, Mutius E.; Ege, M. J.; Riedler, J.; Braun-Fahrlander, C.; Waser, M.; Pershagen, G.  Allergic Disease and Atopic Sensitization in Children in Relation to Measles Vaccination and Measles Infection.   Pediatrics; 123 (3): 771-778; March, 2009.

  57. Rowe-West, B.; Caruso, A.  Immunizations and the Role of North Carolina Schools.   N C Med J; 69 (6): 500-501; November, 2008.

  58. Saito, T.; Fujii, T.; Kanatani, Y.; Saijo, M.; Morikawa, S.; Yokote, H.; Takeuchi, T.; Kuwabara, N.  Clinical and Immunological Response to Attenuated Tissue-Cultured Smallpox Vaccine LC16m8.   JAMA; 301 (10): 1025-1033; March 11, 2009.

  59. Savani, B. N.; Goodman, S.; Barrett, A. J.  Can Routine Posttransplant HPV Vaccination Prevent Commonly Occurring Epithelial Cancers After Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplantation?   Clin Cancer Res; 15 (7): 2219-2221; April 1, 2009.

  60. Schembri, S.; Morant, S.; Winter, J. H.; Macdonald, T. M.  Influenza but Not Pneumococcal Vaccination Protects Against All Cause Mortality in Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.   Thorax; March 24, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  61. Schroeder, S. D.  Improving Immunization Rates.   S D Med; 61 (12): 460-461; December, 2008.

  62. Sharts-Hopko, N. C.  Issues in Pediatric Immunization.   MCN Am J Matern Child Nurs; 34 (2): 80-88; March, 2009.

  63. Sheldon, T.  Dutch Public Health Experts Refute Claims That Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Has Health Risks.   BMJ; 338: b1109; March 17, 2009.

  64. Sopracordevole, F.; Cigolot, F.; Lucia, E.; Marchesini, D.  Knowledge on Human Papilloma Virus (Hpv) Related Genital Lesions and Vaccination Against Hpv in a Sample of Women of North-East Italy.   Minerva Ginecol; 61 (2): 81-87; April, 2009.

  65. Spycher, B. D.; Silverman, M.; Egger, M.; Zwahlen, M.; Kuehni, C. E.  Routine Vaccination Against Pertussis and the Risk of Childhood Asthma: a Population-Based Cohort Study.   Pediatrics; 123 (3): 944-950; March, 2009.

  66. Svane, D.  [Human Papillomavirus Vaccination in Denmark].   Ugeskr Laeger; 171 (13): 1088; March 23, 2009.

  67. Tate, J. E.; Curns, A. T.; Cortese, M. M.; Weintraub, E. S.; Hambidge, S.; Zangwill, K. M.; Patel, M. M.; Baggs, J. M.; Parashar, U. D.  Burden of Acute Gastroenteritis Hospitalizations and Emergency Department Visits in US Children That Is Potentially Preventable by Rotavirus Vaccination: a Probe Study Using the Now-Withdrawn Rotashield Vaccine.   Pediatrics; 123 (3): 744-749; March, 2009.

  68. Tharmaphornpilas, P.; Yoocharean, P.; Rasdjarmrearnsook, A. O.; Theamboonlers, A.; Poovorawan, Y.  Seroprevalence of Antibodies to Measles, Mumps, and Rubella Among Thai Population: Evaluation of Measles/MMR Immunization Programme.   J Health Popul Nutr; 27 (1): 80-86; February, 2009.

  69. Tsukui, S.; Negishi, Y.; Sato, Y.; Kashiwase, M.; Kawashima, S.; Fukuda, T.  [Vaccination Coverage of Foreign Children and Their Parents' Views on Immunization Services in Gunma Prefecture, Japan].   Nippon Koshu Eisei Zasshi; 56 (1): 35-42; January, 2009.

  70. Turner, N. M.; York, D. G.; Petousis-Harris, H. A.  The Use and Misuse of Media Headlines: Lessons From the MeNZB Immunisation Campaign.   N Z Med J; 122 (1291): 22-27; March 12, 2009.

  71. Vandermeulen, C.; Leroux-Roels, G.; Hoppenbrouwers, K.  Mumps Outbreaks in Highly Vaccinated Populations: What Makes Good Even Better?   Hum Vaccin; 5 (7); June 27, 2009.

  72. Vandermeulen, C.; Clement, F.; Roelants, M.; Van, Damme P.; Hoppenbrouwers, K.; Leroux-Roels, G.  Evaluation of Cellular Immunity to Mumps in Vaccinated Individuals With or Without Circulating Antibodies Up to 16 Years After Their Last Vaccination.   J Infect Dis; March 25, 2009. [Epub ahead of print.]

  73. Wang, Z.; Tobler, S.; Roayaei, J.; Eick, A.  Live Attenuated or Inactivated Influenza Vaccines and Medical Encounters for Respiratory Illnesses Among US Military Personnel.   JAMA; 301 (9): 945-953; March 4, 2009.

  74. Wray, R. J.; Buskirk, T. D.; Jupka, K.; Lapka, C.; Jacobsen, H.; Pakpahan, R.; Gary, E.; Wortley, P.  Influenza Vaccination Concerns Among Older Blacks A Randomized Controlled Trial.   Am J Prev Med; 36(5): 429-434; March 5, 2009.

  75. Yo, S.  [Involvement of Primary Care Physicians in Medical Legislation].   Nippon Naika Gakkai Zasshi; 97 (12): 3085-3087; December 10, 2008.

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