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VAERS Bibliography - November 2004

  1. Emergency Measles Control Activities--Darfur, Sudan, 2004.  MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep.  53 (38): 897-899; October 1, 2004.

  2. Information From Your Family Doctor. Flu Vaccinations. Am.Fam.Physician.  70 (7): 1343-1344; October 1, 2004.

  3. Guidelines for Vaccination of Solid Organ Transplant Candidates and Recipients.   Am.J.Transplant.  4 (s10): 160-163; October, 2004.

  4. Smallpox Vaccination of Laboratory Workers. Can.Commun.Dis.Rep.  30 (19): 167-169; October 1, 2004.

  5. Influenza Vaccination of Health Care Workers "First, Do No Harm"... Mich.Med.  103 (5): 24; September, 2004.

  6. Using Reminder/Recall As an Immunization Intervention Strategy Works.   Mich.Med.  103 (5): 23; September, 2004.

  7. Influenza Vaccination Strategies.   Mich.Med.  103 (5): 22; September, 2004.

  8. Vaccination Rates Boosted From 34% to 63% in One Year. Perform.Improv.Advis.  8 (7):   77-80, 73; July, 2004.

  9. Alexander, L. N.; Seward, J. F.; Santibanez, T. A.; Pallansch, M. A.; Kew, O. M.; Prevots, D. R.; Strebel, P. M.; Cono, J.; Wharton, M.; Orenstein, W. A.; Sutter, R. W.  Vaccine Policy Changes and Epidemiology of Poliomyelitis in the United States.   JAMA.  292 (14): 1696-1701; October 13, 2004.

  10. Auranen, K.; Eichner, M.; Leino, T.; Takala, A. K.; Makela, P. H.; Takala, T.  Modelling Transmission, Immunity and Disease of Haemophilus Influenzae Type b in a Structured Population.   Epidemiol.Infect.  132 (5): 947-957; October, 2004.

  11. Bateson, T.  But What About Mercury in Vaccinations?   Br.J.Nurs.  13 (16): 955; September 9, 2004.

  12. Berrington, J.; Fenton, A.  Immunization Responses in Preterm Infants Who Receive Postnatal Steroid Treatment.   Pediatrics.  114 (4): 1127-1128; October, 2004.

  13. Billittier, A. J.; Lupiani, P.; Masterson, G.; Masterson, T.; Zak, C.  Electronic Patient Registration and Tracking at Mass Vaccination Clinics: a Clinical Study.   J.Public Health Manag.Pract.  9 (5): 401-410; September, 2003.

  14. Bonu, S.; Rani, M.; Razum, O.  Global Public Health Mandates in a Diverse World: the Polio Eradication Initiative and the Expanded Programme on Immunization in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Health Policy.  70 (3): 327-345; December, 2004.

  15. Bradbury, J.  Predicting Vaccination Behaviour.   Lancet Infect.Dis.  4 (10): 600; October, 2004.

  16. Broutin, H.; Simondon, F.; Guegan, J. F.  Whooping Cough Metapopulation Dynamics in Tropical Conditions: Disease Persistence and Impact of Vaccination.   Proc.R.Soc.Lond B Biol.Sci.  271 Suppl 5:S302-5; August 7, 2004.

  17. Capua, I.; Marangon, S.  Vaccination for Avian Influenza in Asia. Vaccine.  22 (31-32): 4137-4138; October 22, 2004.

  18. Carrier, J.  Routine Childhood Vaccinations Did Not Increase the Risk of Incident Type 1 Diabetes in Danish Children.   Evid.Based.Nurs.  7 (4): 121; October, 2004.

  19. Cengiz, A. B.; Kanra, G.; Kara, A.; Ozen, M.; Konu, M.; Erdogan, I.; Cetin, M.  Back to the Basics: Hemorrhage After Vaccination: a Case Report.   Turk.J.Pediatr.  46 (3): 259-261; July, 2004.

  20. Ching, P.; Tynan, W. P.; Raymond, D.; Bresnitz, E.; Craig, A. S.  Hospital Recruitment for the Smallpox Pre-Event Vaccination Program: Experiences From Florida, Nebraska, New Jersey, and Tennessee, December 2002-June 2003.   Public Health Rep.  119 (6): 552-556; November, 2004.

  21. Ciofi Degli Atti, M. L.; Rota, M. C.; Bella, A.; Salmaso, S.  Do Changes in Policy Affect Vaccine Coverage Levels? Results of a National Study to Evaluate Childhood Vaccination Coverage and Reasons for Missed Vaccination in Italy.   Vaccine.  22 (31-32): 4351-4357; October 22, 2004.

  22. Dannetun, E.; Tegnell, A.; Hermansson, G.; Torner, A.; Giesecke, J.  Timeliness of MMR Vaccination-Influence on Vaccination Coverage. Vaccine.  22 (31-32): 4228-4232; October 22, 2004.

  23. Dayan, G. H.; Rodriguez, R.; Vinje, J.; Vasconez, N.; Caceres, V.; Gregoricus, N.; Sobsey, M.; Landaverde, M.  Assessment of Areas at Increased Risk for Poliovirus Circulation in Ecuador. Epidemiol.Infect.  132 (5): 787-795; October, 2004.

  24. Dayan, G. H.; Orellana, L. C.; Forlenza, R.; Ellis, A.; Chaui, J.; Kaplan, S.; Strebel, P.  Vaccination Coverage Among Children Aged 13 to 59 Months in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2002.   Rev.Panam.Salud Publica.  16 (3): 158-167; September, 2004.

  25. Deubzer, H. E.; Obaro, S. K.; Newman, V. O.; Adegbola, R. A.; Greenwood, B. M.; Henderson, D. C.  Colostrum Obtained From Women Vaccinated With Pneumococcal Vaccine During Pregnancy Inhibits Epithelial Adhesion of Streptococcus Pneumoniae. J.Infect.Dis.  190 (10): 1758-1761; November 15, 2004.

  26. Dyer, O.  US Health Workers Who Give Flu Jabs to Healthy People Could Face Fines or Imprisonment.   BMJ.  329 (7472): 939; October 23, 2004.

  27. Franco, E.; Giambi, C.; Ialacci, R.; Maurici, M.  Pertussis Vaccination for Adolescents and Adults. Expert.Opin.Biol.Ther.  4 (10): 1669-1676; October, 2004.

  28. Frenkel, L. D.  Immunization Issues in the 21st Century, Part II. Pediatr.Ann.  33 (9): 565, 567-565, 568; September, 2004.

  29. Grabenstein, J. D.; Winkenwerder, W., Jr.  Bioterrorism and Compulsory Vaccination: United States Continues Vaccinating to Keep Troops Healthy.   BMJ.  329 (7472): 977; October 23, 2004.

  30. Gust, D. A.; Gangarosa, P.; Hibbs, B.; Pollard, R.; Wallach, G.; Chen, R. T.  National Immunization Information Hotline: Calls Concerning Adverse Events, 1998-2000.   J.Health Commun.  9 (5): 387-394; September, 2004.

  31. Hak, E.; Wei, F.; Grobbee, D. E.; Nichol, K. L.  A Nested Case-Control Study of Influenza Vaccination Was a Cost-Effective Alternative to a Full Cohort Analysis.   J.Clin.Epidemiol.  57 (9): 875-880; September, 2004.

  32. Hemingway, C. O.; Poehling, K. A.  Change in Recommendation Affects Influenza Vaccinations Among Children 6 to 59 Months of Age.   Pediatrics.  114 (4): 948-952; October, 2004.

  33. Heymann, A. D.; Shapiro, Y.; Chodick, G.; Shalev, V.; Kokia, E.; Kramer, E.; Shemer, J.  Reduced Hospitalizations and Death Associated With Influenza Vaccination Among Patients With and Without Diabetes. Diabetes Care.  27 (11): 2581-2584; November, 2004.

  34. Hinman, A. R.  Tracking Immunization.   Pediatr.Ann.  33 (9): 609-615; September, 2004.

  35. Hull, B. P.; McIntyre, P. B.  What Do We Know About 7vPCV Coverage in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children? Commun.Dis.Intell.  28 (2): 238-243; 2004.

  36. Keegan, R.; Bilous, J.  Current Issues in Global Immunizations. Semin.Pediatr.Infect.Dis.  15 (3): 130-136; July, 2004.

  37. Kiros, G. E.; White, M. J.  Migration, Community Context, and Child Immunization in Ethiopia.   Soc.Sci.Med.  59 (12): 2603-2616; December, 2004.

  38. Kositanont, U.; Kanyok, R.; Wasi, C.; Wongsurakiat, P.; Suthamsmai, T.; Maranetra, N.  Occurrence and Protective Level of Influenza Infections Using Serology in Patients With COPD in Vaccination Study.   J.Med.Assoc.Thai.  87 (8): 964-969; August, 2004.

  39. Kuhles, D. J.; Ackman, D. M.  The Federal Smallpox Vaccination Program: Where Do We Go From Here? Health Aff.(Millwood.).  Suppl Web Exclusives:W3-503-10; July, 2003.

  40. Lawrence, G. L.; Burgess, M. A.; Kass, R. B.  Age-Related Risk of Adverse Events Following Yellow Fever Vaccination in Australia. Commun.Dis.Intell.  28 (2): 244-248; 2004.

  41. Leino, T.; Takala, T.; Auranen, K.; Makela, P. H.; Takala, A. K.  Indirect Protection Obtained by Haemophilus Influenzae Type b Vaccination: Analysis in a Structured Population Model.   Epidemiol.Infect.  132 (5): 959-966; October, 2004.

  42. Mari, A.  Is There a Causative Role for Tetanus Toxoid Vaccination in the Development of Allergy-Like Symptoms and in the Increasing Prevalence of Atopic Diseases?   Med.Hypotheses.  63 (5): 875-886; 2004.

  43. Mayer, M.  [Commentary: Vaccination Coverage in Adults and Health Professionals: an Unresolved Issue in Primary Care.]. Aten.Primaria.  34 (7): 343-344; October 31, 2004.

  44. Mazzone, P. J.; Mossad, S. B.; Mawhorter, S. D.; Mehta, A. C.; Mauer, J. R.  Cell-Mediated Immune Response to Influenza Vaccination in Lung Transplant Recipients.   J.Heart Lung Transplant.  23 (10): 1175-1181; October, 2004.

  45. Melegaro, A.; Edmunds, W. J.  Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccination in England and Wales. Vaccine.  22 (31-32): 4203-4214; October 22, 2004.

  46. Millock, P. J.  Legal Implications of the Smallpox Vaccination Program.   J.Public Health Manag.Pract.  9 (5): 411-417; September, 2003.

  47. Modlin, J. F.  Poliomyelitis in the United States: the Final Chapter? JAMA.  292 (14): 1749-1751; October 13, 2004.

  48. Montaner, M.; Canton, E.; Diosdado, N.; Moreno, R.; Ramos, P.; Igual, R.; Gonzalez-Granda, D.; Garcia-Aguayo, J. M.; Canos, M.; Gobernado, M.  [Coverage of the 23-Valent Pneumococcal Vaccine in Those Older Than 64 Years of Age in the Region of Castellon and Valencia, Spain].   Rev.Esp.Quimioter.  17 (2): 155-160; June, 2004.

  49. Moraga Llop, F. A.  [Current Status of Combined Vaccines]. Rev.Esp.Quimioter.  17 (2): 127-130; June, 2004.

  50. Morris, K.  Influenza Immunization Among Health Care Workers. Ohio.Nurses Rev.  79 (8): 16, 15; September, 2004.

  51. Muraskin, W.  The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization: Is It a New Model for Effective Public-Private Cooperation in International Public Health?   Am.J.Public Health.  94 (11): 1922-1925; November, 2004.

  52. Mysliwska, J.; Trzonkowski, P.; Szmit, E.; Brydak, L. B.; Machala, M.; Mysliwski, A.  Immunomodulating Effect of Influenza Vaccination in the Elderly Differing in Health Status.   Exp.Gerontol.  39 (10): 1447-1458; October, 2004.

  53. Neuhaus, T. J.  Immunization in Children With Chronic Renal Failure: a Practical Approach.   Pediatr.Nephrol. October 21, 2004. [Epub ahead of print].

  54. Perriol, M. P.; Devos, D.; Hurtevent, J. F.; Gautier, S.; Caron, J.; Destee, A.  [Flaccid Tetraplegia Following Anti-Tetanus Vaccination.]. Rev.Neurol.(Paris).  160 (10): 942-944; October, 2004.

  55. Roost, H. P.; Gassner, M.; Grize, L.; Wuthrich, B.; Sennhauser, F. H.; Varonier, H. S.; Zimmermann, H.; Braun-Fahrlander, Ch  Influence of MMR-Vaccinations and Diseases on Atopic Sensitization and Allergic Symptoms in Swiss Schoolchildren.   Pediatr.Allergy Immunol.  15 (5): 401-407; October, 2004.

  56. Rudis, M. I.; Stone, S. C.; Goad, J. A.; Lee, V. W.; Chitchyan, A.; Newton, K. I.  Pneumococcal Vaccination in the Emergency Department: an Assessment of Need.   Ann.Emerg.Med.  44 (4): 386-392; October, 2004.

  57. Sands, B. E.; Cuffari, C.; Katz, J.; Kugathasan, S.; Onken, J.; Vitek, C.; Orenstein, W.  Guidelines for Immunizations in Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease.   Inflamm.Bowel.Dis.  10 (5): 677-692; September, 2004.

  58. Schumm, W. R.  Bioterrorism and Compulsory Vaccination: Arguments for Current Vaccines Are Based on Inadequate Support for Older Vaccines.   BMJ.  329 (7472): 977-978; October 23, 2004.
  59. Schwarz, Chavarri H.; Pedrera, Carbonell, V; Ortuno Lopez, J. L.; Orozco, Beltran D.; Gil, Guillen, V; Pastor Climent, M. A.  [Influence of Physician and Physician List Characteristics on Influenza Vaccination Rates in Older People in a Health Care Area in the Community of Valencia, Spain.].   Aten.Primaria.  34 (7): 336-342; October 31, 2004.

  60. Schwarz, Chavarri H.; Ortuno Lopez, J. L.; Pedrera, Carbonell, V; Orozco, Beltran D.  [Flu Vaccination During Pregnancy: at Present, Utopian.].   Aten.Primaria.  34 (6): 328; October 15, 2004.

  61. Slater, P. E.; Leventhal, A.  Immunization Saves Lives. Isr.Med.Assoc.J.  6 (10): 646-647; October, 2004.

  62. Smithers, P.; Murray, S. B.; Stewart, S.; Skull, S.  Hospital Health Care Worker (HCW) Vaccination Coverage After Implementation of an HCW Vaccination Policy.   Aust.Health Rev.  26 (1): 76-83; March, 2003.

  63. Thomas, M.  Prevention of Group B Meningococcal Disease by Vaccination: a Difficult Task.   N.Z.Med.J.  117 (1200): U1016; August, 2004.

  64. Tuckwell, H. C.  A Note on Vaccination Against Meningococcal Meningitis in Infants.   Epidemiol.Infect.  132 (5): 999-1000; October, 2004.

  65. Vargas, M. H.; Bernal-Alcantara, D. A.; Vaca, M. A.; Franco-Marina, F.; Lascurain, R.  Effect of BCG Vaccination in Asthmatic Schoolchildren. Pediatr.Allergy Immunol.  15 (5): 415-420; October, 2004.

  66. Veenhoven, R. H.; Bogaert, D.; Schilder, A. G.; Rijkers, G. T.; Uiterwaal, C. S.; Kiezebrink, H. H.; van Kempen, M. J.; Dhooge, I. J.; Bruin, J.; Ijzerman, E. P.; de Groot, R.; Kuis, W.; Hermans, P. W.; Sanders, E. A.  Nasopharyngeal Pneumococcal Carriage After Combined Pneumococcal Conjugate and Polysaccharide Vaccination in Children With a History of Recurrent Acute Otitis Media. Clin.Infect.Dis.  39 (7): 911-919; October 1, 2004.

  67. Waibel, K. H.; Ager, E. P.; Topolski, R. L.; Walsh, D. S.  Randomized Trial Comparing Vaccinia on the External Surfaces of 3 Conventional Bandages Applied to Smallpox Vaccination Sites in Primary Vaccinees.   Clin.Infect.Dis.  39 (7): 1004-1007; October 1, 2004.

  68. Wilde, H.; Khawplod, P.; Hemachudha, T.  Simulated Post-Exposure Rabies Vaccination: Comments on Article by Madhusudana Et Al. Int.J.Infect.Dis.  8 (6): 374-375; November, 2004.

  69. Yohannes, K.; Roche, P.; Hampson, A.; Miller, M.; Spencer, J.  Annual Report of the National Influenza Surveillance Scheme, 2003. Commun.Dis.Intell.  28 (2): 160-168; 2004.