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VAERS Bibliography - June 2001

  1. Bartlett, D. L., Ezzati-Rice, T. M., Stokley, S., and Zhao, Z. 
    Comparison of NIS and NHIS/NIPRCS vaccination coverage estimates(1)  Am.J.Prev.Med.  2001, 20 (4 Suppl): 25-27.

  2. Berner, Y. and Feldman, J. 
    Disbelief or non-compliance of the elderly in influenza vaccination?  Isr.Med.Assoc.J.  2001, 3 (1): 74.
    Keywords: Aged/Attitude to Health/Human/Influenza Vaccine/Israel/Treatment Refusal

  3. Berry, B. B., Ehlert, D. A., Battiola, R. J., and Sedmak, G. 
    Influenza vaccination is safe and immunogenic when administered to hospitalized patients  Vaccine.  5-14-2001, 19 (25-26): 3493-3498.

  4. Bordet, A. L., Michenet, P., Cohen, C., Arbion, F., Ekindi, N., Bonneau, C., Kerdraon, R., and Coville, M. 
    [Post-vaccination granuloma due to aluminium]  Ann.Pathol.  2001, 21 (2): 149-152.

  5. Bretscher, P., Menon, J., Power, C., Uzonna, J., and Wei, G. 
    A case for a neonatal, low-dose BCG vaccination trial  Scand.J.Infect.Dis.  2001, 33 (4): 253-257.

  6. Cook, I. 
    Paediatric vaccination: the orange hub needle is acceptable  Aust.Fam.Physician.  2001, 30 (4): 311-312.

  7. Davis, R. L., Lieu, T. A., Mell, L. K., Capra, A. M., Zavitkovsky, A., Quesenberry, C. P., Jr., Black, S. B., Shinefield, H. R., Thompson, R. S., and Rodewald, L. E. 
    Impact of the change in polio vaccination schedule on immunization coverage rates: a study in two large health maintenance organizations  Pediatrics.  2001, 107 (4): 671-676.

  8. DeStefano, F. 
    More evidence to reassure physicians and parents about vaccination  West J.Med.  2001, 174 (6): 390-391.

  9. Dionne, M., Boulianne, N., Duval, B., Lavoie, F., Laflamme, N., Carsley, J., Valiquette, L., Gagnon, S., Rochette, L., and De Serres, G. 
    [Lack of conviction about vaccination in certain Quebec vaccinators]  Can.J.Public Health.  2001, 92 (2): 100-104.
    Keywords: Adult/Attitude of Health Personnel/Attitude to Health/Clinical Competence/standards/English Abstract/Female/Human/Knowledge,Attitudes,Practice/Male/Middle Age/Nurses/psychology/Pediatrics/education/statistics & numerical data/Physician's Practice Patterns/Physicians,Family/Quebec/Questionnaires/Support,Non-U.S.Gov't/Vaccination/adverse effects

  10. Frank-Peterside, N.  
    Response of laboratory staff to vaccination with an inactivated rift valley fever vaccine--TSI-GSD 200  Afr.J.Med.Med.Sci.  2000, 29 (2): 89-92.

  11. Gaillat, J. and Leophonte, P. 
    [Pneumococcal vaccination: renewed awarness?]  Rev.Pneumol.Clin.  2001, 57 (1): 3-5.

  12. George-Chandy, A., Mielcarek, N., Nordstrom, I., Holmgren, J., and Eriksson, K. 
    Vaccination with Bordetella pertussis-Pulsed Autologous or Heterologous Dendritic Cells Induces a Mucosal Antibody Response In Vivo and Protects against Infection  Infect.Immun.  2001, 69 (6): 4120-4124.

  13. Green, M. S. 
    Compliance with influenza vaccination and the health belief model  Isr.Med.Assoc.J.  2000, 2 (12): 912-913.
    Keywords: Adult/Age Factors/Attitude to Health/Female/Health Personnel/statistics & numerical data/Human/Influenza/prevention & control/Influenza Vaccine/administration & dosage/Israel/Male/Middle Age/Models,Organizational/Patient Compliance/Sex Factors/Vaccination

  14. Habib, S., Rishpon, S., and Rubin, L. 
    Influenza vaccination among healthcare workers  Isr.Med.Assoc.J.  2000, 2 (12): 899-901.
    Keywords: Adult/Attitude to Health/Data Collection/Female/Health Personnel/statistics & numerical data/Human/Influenza/prevention & control/Influenza Vaccine/administration & dosage/Israel/Logistic Models/Male/Middle Age/Probability/Questionnaires/Risk Assessment/Vaccination

  15. Herrera, G. A., Zhao, Z., and Klevens, R. M. 
    Variation in vaccination coverage among children of Hispanic ancestry(2)  Am.J.Prev.Med.  2001, 20 (4 Suppl): 69-74.

  16. Higson, N. 
    Health professionals' attitudes to MMR vaccine. Doctors must understand reasons behind vaccination  BMJ.  5-5-2001, 322 (7294): 1121.

  17. Jefferys, R. 
    T cells and vaccination  Lancet.  5-5-2001, 357 (9266): 1451.

  18. Johnson, A. and Joynes, E. V. 
    MMR vaccination uptake in a rural setting  Br.J.Gen.Pract.  2001, 51 (466): 408.

  19. Kaufman, Z., Cohen-Manheim, I., and Green, M. S. 
    Compliance with influenza vaccination in Israel in two successive winters, 1998/1999 and 1999/2000  Isr.Med.Assoc.J.  2000, 2 (10): 742-745.

  20. Kramarz, P., France, E. K., DeStefano, F., Black, S. B., Shinefield, H., Ward, J. I., Chang, E. J., Chen, R. T., Shatin, D., Hill, J., Lieu, T., and Ogren, J. M. 
    Population-based study of rotavirus vaccination and intussusception  Pediatr.Infect.Dis.J.  2001, 20 (4): 410-416.

  21. Larzelere, R. E. 
    We need the full picture on both smacking and vaccinations  Arch.Dis.Child.  2001, 84 (5): 452.

  22. Luman, E. T., Stokley, S., Daniels, D., and Klevens, R. M. 
    Vaccination visits in early childhood(3)(3). Just one more visit to be fully vaccinated  Am.J.Prev.Med.  2001, 20 (4 Suppl): 32-40.

  23. Michaeli, D. 
    Influenza vaccination  Isr.Med.Assoc.J.  2000, 2 (12): 914-915.
    Keywords: Adult/Age Distribution/Aged/Attitude to Health/Child/Child,Preschool/Female/Human/Infant/Influenza/prevention & control/Influenza Vaccine/administration & dosage/Israel/Male/Middle Age/Patient Compliance/Risk Assessment/Sex Distribution/Vaccination/statistics & numerical data/trends

  24. Miller, P. L., Frawley, S. J., and Sayward, F. G. 
    Exploring the utility of demographic data and vaccination history data in the deduplication of immunization registry patient records  J.Biomed.Inform.  2001, 34 (1): 37-50.

  25. Pattison, H. and Pareek, M. 
    Health professionals' attitudes to MMR vaccine. Advice in primary care affects parents' decision to take up MMR vaccination  BMJ.  5-5-2001, 322 (7294): 1121.

  26. Pichichero, M. E., Anderson, E. L., Rennels, M. B., Edwards, K. M., and England, J. A. 
    Fifth vaccination with dipthteria, tetanus and acellular pertussis is beneficial in four- to six-year-olds  Pediatr.Infect.Dis.J.  2001, 20 (4): 427-433.

  27. Plotkin, S. A. 
    Vaccination against cytomegalovirus  Arch.Virol.Suppl.  2001, 17): 121-134.

  28. Pokorn, M., Kopac, S., Neubauer, D., and Cizman, M. 
    Economic evaluation of Haemophilus influenzae type b vaccination in Slovenia  Vaccine.  5-14-2001, 19 (25-26): 3600-3605.

  29. Rahman, M., Sekimoto, M., Takamatsu, I., Hira, K., Shimbo, T., Toyoshima, K., and Fukui, T. 
    Economic evaluation of universal BCG vaccination of Japanese infants  Int.J.Epidemiol.  2001, 30 (2): 380-385.

  30. Saha, S. K., Baqui, A. H., Hanif, M., Darmstadt, G. L., Ruhulamin, M., Nagatake, T., Santosham, M., and Black, R. E. 
    Typhoid fever in Bangladesh: implications for vaccination policy  Pediatr.Infect.Dis.J.  2001, 20 (5): 521-524.

  31. Shefer, A. M., Luman, E. T., Lyons, B. H., Coronado, V. G., Smith, P. J., Stevenson, J. M., and Rodewald, L. E. 
    Vaccination status of children in the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program(2). Are we doing enough to improve coverage?  Am.J.Prev.Med.  2001, 20 (4 Suppl): 47-54.

  32. Stokley, S., Smith, P. J., Klevens, R. M., and Battaglia, M. P. 
    Vaccination status of children living in rural areas in the United States(2). Are they protected?  Am.J.Prev.Med.  2001, 20 (4 Suppl): 55-60.

  33. Strauss, B. and Bigham, M. 
    Does measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccination cause inflammatory bowel disease and autism?  Can.Commun.Dis.Rep.  4-15-2001, 27 (8): 65-72.
    Keywords: Autistic Disorder/etiology/Canada/Child/Human/Inflammatory Bowel Diseases/Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccine/adverse effects

  34. Wattigney, W. A., Mootrey, G. T., Braun, M. M., and Chen, R. T. 
    Surveillance for poliovirus vaccine adverse events, 1991 to 1998: impact of a sequential vaccination schedule of inactivated poliovirus vaccine followed by oral poliovirus vaccine  Pediatrics.  2001, 107 (5): E83.

  35. Zuber, P. L., Conombo, K. S., Traore, A. D., Millogo, J. D., Ouattara, A., Ouedraogo, I. B., and Valian, A. 
    Mass measles vaccination in urban Burkina Faso, 1998  Bull.World Health Organ.  2001, 79 (4): 296-300.