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VAERS Bibliography - March 2004

  1. [New Goal for Vaccination Programs in the Region of the Americas: to Eliminate Rubella and Congenital Rubella Syndrome. 2003]. Rev.Panam.Salud Publica.  14 (5): 359-363; November, 2003.
  2. Flu Epidemic Prompts Rethinking of Vaccination Schedule. Adv.Nurse Pract.  12 (2): 78-79; February, 2004.

  3. Update: Adverse Events Following Civilian Smallpox Vaccination--United States, 2003. MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep.  53 (5): 106-107; February 13, 2004.

  4. Achtman, M.  Successful Prevention of Meningitis in Africa Will Need More Than a Vaccination Strategy. Bull.World Health Organ.  81 (10): 754-755; 2003.

  5. Ali, T.; Scott, N.; Kallas, W.; Halliwell, M. E.; Savino, C.; Rosenberg, E.; Ferraro, M.; Hohmann, E.  Detection of Influenza Antigen With Rapid Antibody-Based Tests After Intranasal Influenza Vaccination (FluMist). Clin.Infect.Dis.  38 (5): 760-762; March 1, 2004.

  6. Beran, J.; Moravik, J.  Effectiveness of Vaccination Against Influenza in SkodaAuto Company Employees During the Influenza Season 2000-2001. Cent.Eur.J.Public Health.  11 (4): 209-212; December, 2003.

  7. Birmingham, M. E.; Lewis, R. F.; Perea, W.; Nelson, C. B.; Kabore, A.; Tarantola, D.  Routine Vaccination With Polysaccharide Meningococcal Vaccines Is an Ineffective and Possibly Harmful Strategy. Bull.World Health Organ.  81 (10): 751-752; 2003.

  8. Bodkin, C.; Klopper, H. C.  Self-Care Practices and the Need for Influenza Vaccination in Healthy Individuals. Int.J.Nurs.Pract.  9 (6): 382-388; December, 2003.

  9. Buescher, J. J.  Vaccinations Containing Thimerosal Do Not Increase Rates of Autism. J.Fam.Pract.  53 (2): 94-96; February, 2004.

  10. Bugri, S.  Meningococcal Meningitis Vaccination: More Information Needed. Bull.World Health Organ.  81 (10): 755; 2003.

  11. Campos, J.; Hernando, M.; Roman, F.; Perez-Vazquez, M.; Aracil, B.; Oteo, J.; Lazaro, E.; de Abajo, F.  Analysis of Invasive Haemophilus Influenzae Infections After Extensive Vaccination Against H. Influenzae Type b. J.Clin.Microbiol.  42 (2): 524-529; February, 2004.

  12. Cherry, J. D.; Xing, D. X.; Newland, P.; Patel, K.; Heininger, U.; Corbel, M. J.  Determination of Serum Antibody to Bordetella Pertussis Adenylate Cyclase Toxin in Vaccinated and Unvaccinated Children and in Children and Adults With Pertussis. Clin.Infect.Dis.  38 (4): 502-507; February 15, 2004.

  13. 13. Conrad, D. A.  Can Vaccination Prevent Sinusitis? Postgrad.Med.  115 (1): 33-34; January, 2004.

  14. Couch, R. B.  Nasal Vaccination, Escherichia Coli Enterotoxin, and Bell's Palsy. N.Engl.J.Med.  350 (9): 860-861; February 26, 2004.

  15. Crabb, C.  Developing Countries Overstate Vaccination Coverage. Bull.World Health Organ.  81 (11): 851; 2003.

  16. DeStefano, F.; Bhasin, T. K.; Thompson, W. W.; Yeargin-Allsopp, M.; Boyle, C.  Age at First Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccination in Children With Autism and School-Matched Control Subjects: a Population-Based Study in Metropolitan Atlanta. Pediatrics.  113 (2): 259-266; February, 2004.

  17. Elkayam, O.; Caspi, D.; Reitblatt, T.; Charboneau, D.; Rubins, J. B.  The Effect of Tumor Necrosis Factor Blockade on the Response to Pneumococcal Vaccination in Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis and Ankylosing Spondylitis. Semin.Arthritis Rheum.  33 (4): 283-288; February, 2004.

  18. Grenier, J. L.; Toth, E.; De Serres, G.; Menard, S.; Roussel, R.; Tremblay, M.; Landry, M.; Robert, Y.; Skowronski, D. M.  Safety of Revaccination of Patients Affected by the Oculo-Respiratory Syndrome (ORS) Following Influenza Vaccination. Can.Commun.Dis.Rep.  30 (2): 9-16; January 15, 2004.

  19. Halvorsen, R.; Pettersen, M.  [Vaccination of Patients With Allergy]. Tidsskr.Nor Laegeforen.  124 (3): 396; February 5, 2004.

  20. Iwarson, S.  [Great Changes in the Panorama of Infections During the 20th Century. Better Living Conditions More Important Than Vaccines and Antibiotics]. Lakartidningen.  101 (1-2): 82-86; January 8, 2004.

  21. Jacobs, L. M.; Emanuelsen, K.; McKay, C.; Burns, K.  Bioterrorism Preparedness--Part II. Smallpox Vaccination in a Hospital Setting. Conn.Med.  68 (1): 27-35; January, 2004.

  22. Luca, L.; Morisset, M.; Kanny, G.; Moneret-Vautrin, D. A.  Pancolitis After Influenza Vaccination. Allergy.  59 (3): 367; March, 2004.

  23. Mays, R. M.; Sturm, L. A.; Zimet, G. D.  Parental Perspectives on Vaccinating Children Against Sexually Transmitted Infections. Soc.Sci.Med.  58 (7): 1405-1413; April, 2004.

  24. Mehra, N. K.; Kaur, G.  MHC-Based Vaccination Approaches: Progress and Perspectives. Expert.Rev.Mol.Med.  2003:1-17; February 24, 2003.

  25. Meyerhoff, A.; Jacobs, R. J.; Greenberg, D. P.; Yagoda, B.; Castles, C. G.  Clinician Satisfaction With Vaccination Visits and the Role of Multiple Injections, Results From the COVISE Study (Combination Vaccines Impact on Satisfaction and Epidemiology). Clin.Pediatr.(Phila).  43 (1): 87-93; January, 2004.

  26. Militao de Albuquerque, Mde F.; Ximenes, R. A.; Campelo, A. R.; Sarinho, E.; Cruz, M.; Maia, Filho, V  Neonatal BCG Vaccine and Response to the Tuberculin Test in BCG Vaccinated Children in Contact With Tuberculosis Patients in Recife, Brazil. J.Trop.Pediatr.  50 (1): 32-36; February, 2004.

  27. Molendini, L. O.; Zanetti, A.; Buzzi, F.  [Mandatory or Voluntary Vaccinations? Juridical and Medico-Legal Aspects]. Ann.Ig.  15 (5): 559-566; September, 2003.

  28. Pastor, Climent M.; Schwarz, Chavarri H.; Pedrera, Carbonell, V; De La Torre, M. P.  [Flu Vaccination Status of Primary Care Staff]. Aten.Primaria.  33 (3): 161; February 28, 2004.

  29. Ponte, C. F.  [Vaccination, Quality Control, and Vaccine Production in Brazil Since 1960]. Hist Cienc.Saude Manguinhos.  10 (Suppl 2): 619-653; 2003.

  30. 30. Principi, N.; Esposito, S.  Are We Ready for Universal Influenza Vaccination in Paediatrics? Lancet Infect.Dis.  4 (2): 75-83; February, 2004.

  31. Puig-Barbera, J.  [(Vaccines and Pregnancy). Part 2: Protection of the New-Born by Vaccinating Pregnant Women]. Aten.Primaria.  33 (3): 154-160; February 28, 2004.

  32. Rahbek, S.; Krog, E.; Heilbuth, L.; Lindahl, H.; Bak, A. M.; Lomholdt, I.; Vincents, G.  [Easy-Going Attitude to Influenza Vaccination]. Ugeskr.Laeger.  166 (3): 179; January 12, 2004.

  33. Raufu, A.  Traditional Rulers in Northern Nigeria Call for Halt to Polio Vaccination. BMJ.  328 (7435): 306; February 7, 2004.

  34. Ready, T.  US Soldiers Refuse to Fall in Line With Anthrax Vaccination Scheme. Nat.Med.  10 (2): 112; February, 2004.

  35. Reinert, P.  [Purulent Meningitis in Children: Special Considerations for Developing Countries]. Med.Trop.(Mars.).  63 (4-5): 481-485; 2003.

  36. Robbins, J. B.; Schneerson, R.; Gotschlich, E. C.; Mohammed, I.; Nasidi, A.; Chippaux, J. P.; Bernardino, L.; Maiga, M. A.  Meningococcal Meningitis in Sub-Saharan Africa: the Case for Mass and Routine Vaccination With Available Polysaccharide Vaccines. Bull.World Health Organ.  81 (10): 745-750; 2003.

  37. Scheibner, V.  Response to Leask and McIntyre's Attack on Myself As a Public Opponent of Vaccination. Vaccine.  22 (1): vi-ix; December 8, 2003.

  38. Schneider, C. P.; McDonald, M. D.  "The King of Terrors" Revisited: the Smallpox Vaccination Campaign and Its Lessons for Future Biopreparedness. J.Law Med.Ethics.  31 (4): 580-589; 2003.

  39. Talbot, T. R.; Ziel, E.; Doersam, J. K.; LaFleur, B.; Tollefson, S.; Edwards, K. M.  Risk of Vaccinia Transfer to the Hands of Vaccinated Persons After Smallpox Immunization. Clin.Infect.Dis.  38 (4): 536-541; February 15, 2004.

  40. Vazquez, M.; LaRussa, P. S.; Gershon, A. A.; Niccolai, L. M.; Muehlenbein, C. E.; Steinberg, S. P.; Shapiro, E. D.  Effectiveness Over Time of Varicella Vaccine. JAMA.  291 (7): 851-855; February 18, 2004.

  41. Vila, Corcoles A.; Ochoa, Gondar O.; Hospital, Guardiola, I; Bria, Ferre, X; Llor, Vila C.; Montanes, Boncompte D.; Estudio EVAN, Gd G.  [EVAN-65 Project: Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Pneumococcus Vaccination in the Over-65s]. Aten.Primaria.  33 (3): 149-153; February 28, 2004.

  42. Wu, H. X.; Chen, Q.; Li, J. D.; Huang, X. F.  Dynamics of Intestinal Flora After Oral Vaccination With Inactivated Whole-Cell/Recombinant B Subunit O139 Cholera Vaccine. Di Yi.Jun.Yi.Da.Xue.Xue.Bao.  24 (2): 220-222; February, 2004.