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VAERS Bibliography - October 2005

  1. Immunizations. Saying Goodbye to German Measles in the U.S.   Child Health Alert; 24:2; June, 2005.

  2. Influenza Vaccination Coverage Among Persons Aged 50-64 Years Enrolled in Commercial Managed Health-Care Plans--United States, 2003-04 and 2004-05 Influenza Seasons.   MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep; 54 (37): 921-923; September 23, 2005.

  3. HHS-CDC NEWS: Immunization Information System Progress--US, 2003.   Ann Pharmacother; 39 (10): 1775; October, 2005.

  4. ACOG Committee Opinion #314: Meningococcal Vaccination for Adolescents.   Obstet Gynecol; 106 (3): 667-669; September, 2005.

  5. Direct and Indirect Effects of Routine Vaccination of Children With 7-Valent Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine on Incidence of Invasive Pneumococcal Disease--United States, 1998-2003.   MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep; 54 (36): 893-897; September 16, 2005.

  6. Karen Miller, R.N.: Ending the School Year on a Positive Health Note.   Child Health Alert; 23:4; May, 2005.

  7. Update: Influenza Activity--United States and Worldwide, May 22-September 3, 2005, and 2005-06 Season Vaccination Recommendations.   MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep; 54 (36): 899-902; September 16, 2005.

  8. Update: Influenza Vaccine Supply and Recommendations for Prioritization During the 2005-06 Influenza Season.   MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep; 54 (34): 850; September 2, 2005.

  9. Treatment for Complications of Smallpox Vaccination.   FDA Consum; 39 (3): 5; May, 2005.

  10. My 18-Year-Old Daughter Has Just Been Accepted at College. She Is Up to Date on All Her Immunizations Except for a Meningitis Vaccination, Which the University Health Service Recommends but Does Not Require. Do You Think She Should Get the Shot?   Harv Mens Health Watch; 9 (12): 7; July, 2005.

  11. Saudi Arabia Requires People Aged Under 15 Years Travelling From Polio-Affected Countries to Be Immunized Against the Disease.   Wkly Epidemiol Rec; 80 (33): 288; August, 2005.

  12. Atabek, M. E.; Pirgon, O.  Tetanus in a Fully Immunized Child.   J Emerg Med; 29 (3): 345-346; October, 2005.

  13. Bardenheier, B.; Shefer, A.; Tiggle, R.; Marsteller, J.; Remsburg, R. E.  Nursing Home Resident and Facility Characteristics Associated With Pneumococcal Vaccination: National Nursing Home Survey, 1995-1999.   J Am Geriatr Soc; 53 (9): 1543-1551; September, 2005.

  14. Bardenheier, B. H.; Shefer, A.; McKibben, L.; Roberts, H.; Rhew, D.; Bratzler, D.  Factors Predictive of Increased Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination Coverage in Long-Term Care Facilities: The CMS-CDC Standing Orders Program Project.   J Am Med Dir Assoc; 6 (5): 291-299; September, 2005.

  15. Barnett, E. D.  Immunizations and Infectious Disease Screening for Internationally Adopted Children.   Pediatr Clin North Am; 52 (5): 1287-1309; October, 2005.

  16. Bartell, J. C.  Operation Immunization 2004: Prevent, Protect, Immunize.   J Am Pharm Assoc (Wash DC ); 45 (4): 521-523; July, 2005.

  17. Baskan, E. B.; Tunali, S.; Kacar, S. D.; Adim, S. B.; Saricaoglu, H.  A Case of Granuloma Annulare in a Child Following Tetanus and Diphtheria Toxoid Vaccination.   J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol; 19 (5): 639-640; September, 2005.

  18. Bork, K. H.; Heegaard, E. D.; Nielsen, J.; Kogutowska, E.; Heegaard, N. H.  [Evaluation of Anthrax Vaccination in Denmark].   Ugeskr Laeger; 167 (36): 3390-3393; September 5, 2005.

  19. Campbell, A. L.; Herold, B. C.  Immunization of Pediatric Solid-Organ Transplantation Candidates: Immunizations in Transplant Candidates.   Pediatr Transplant; 9 (5): 652-661; October, 2005.

  20. Carlsson, R. M.; Ekholm, L.; Gothefors, L.; Granstrom, M.; Trolin, I.; Tegnell, A.  [Time for Booster Doses Against Whooping Cough for 10-Year-Old Children].   Lakartidningen; 102 (35): 2394-2398; August 29, 2005.

  21. Colgrove, J.  "Science in a Democracy": the Contested Status of Vaccination in the Progressive Era and the 1920s.   Isis; 96 (2): 167-191; June, 2005.

  22. Colombet, I.; Saguez, C.; Sanson-Le Pors, M. J.; Coudert, B.; Chatellier, G.; Espinoza, P.  Diagnosis of Tetanus Immunization Status: Multicenter Assessment of a Rapid Biological Test.   Clin Diagn Lab Immunol; 12 (9): 1057-1062; September, 2005.

  23. Damoiseaux, R.; van der Wouden, J. C.; Bueving, H.  Influenza Vaccination Effectiveness Is Not Proven in Younger Individuals at Risk.   Arch Intern Med; 165 (16): 1921-1922; September 12, 2005.

  24. Dannetun, E.; Tegnell, A.; Hermansson, G.; Giesecke, J.  Parents' Reported Reasons for Avoiding MMR Vaccination.    Scand J Prim Health Care; 23 (3): 149-153; September, 2005.

  25. Deepe, G. S., Jr.; Wuthrich, M.; Klein, B. S.  Progress in Vaccination for Histoplasmosis and Blastomycosis: Coping With Cellular Immunity.   Med Mycol; 43 (5): 381-389; August, 2005.

  26. Desjeux, G.; Galoisy-Guibal, L.; Colin, C.   Cost-Benefit Analysis of Vaccination Against Tick-Borne Encephalitis Among French Troops.   Pharmacoeconomics; 23 (9): 913-926; 2005.

  27. Eckert, T.; Bartels, C.; Mawrin, C.; Feistner, H.; Welte, T.  A Case of Influenza Vaccination Induced Guillain Barre Syndrome With Normal Cerebrospinal Fluid Protein and Improvement on Treatment With Corticosteroids.   Scand J Infect Dis; 37 (8): 621-623; 2005.

  28. Elguero, E.; Simondon, K. B.; Vaugelade, J.; Marra, A.; Simondon, F.  Non-Specific Effects of Vaccination on Child Survival? A Prospective Study in Senegal.   Trop Med Int Health; 10 (10): 956-960; October, 2005.

  29. Esposito, S.; Marchisio, P.; Bosis, S.; Lambertini, L.; Claut, L.; Faelli, N.; Bianchi, C.; Colombo, G. L.; Principi, N.  Clinical and Economic Impact of Influenza Vaccination on Healthy Children Aged 2-5 Years.   Vaccine; September 9, 2005. [Epub ahead of print]

  30. Gaash, B.; Bhan, R.  Immunization Status of Infants in Kargil.   Indian Pediatr; 42 (8): 841-842; August, 2005.

  31. Heegaard, E. D.; Fomsgaard, A.  [Smallpox Preparedness in Denmark].   Ugeskr Laeger; 167 (36): 3384-3387; September 5, 2005.

  32. Heitz, R.  Wisconsin's Immunization Registry.   WMJ; 104 (5): 83-86; July, 2005.

  33. Hellebrand, E.; Mautner, J.; Reisbach, G.; Nimmerjahn, F.; Hallek, M.; Mocikat, R.; Hammerschmidt, W.  Epstein-Barr Virus Vector-Mediated Gene Transfer into Human B Cells: Potential for Antitumor Vaccination.   Gene Ther; September 1, 2005. [Epub ahead of print]

  34. Helms, C. M.; Guerra, F. A.; Klein, J. O.; Schaffner, W.; Arvin, A. M.; Peter, G.  Strengthening the Nation's Influenza Vaccination System A National Vaccine Advisory Committee Assessment.   Am J Prev Med; 29 (3): 221-226; October, 2005.

  35. Huhn, G. D.; Brown, J.; Perea, W.; Berthe, A.; Otero, H.; Libeau, G.; Maksha, N.; Sankoh, M.; Montgomery, S.; Marfin, A.; Admassu, M.  Vaccination Coverage Survey Versus Administrative Data in the Assessment of Mass Yellow Fever Immunization in Internally Displaced Persons-Liberia, 2004.   Vaccine; September, 2005. [Epub ahead of print]

  36. Joshi, A. B.; Banjara, M. R.; Wierzba, T.  Should Vaccination Be a Priority Approach for Japanese Encephalitis Prevention in Nepal?   JNMA J Nepal Med Assoc; 44 (157): 31; January, 2005.

  37. Kaphengst, K. J.  Best Timing of Pneumococcal Revaccination in COPD.   Postgrad Med; 118 (2): 3; August, 2005.

  38. Kelly, H.; Vu, T.; Smith, D.  Influenza Vaccination and Mortality in the United States.   Arch Intern Med; 165 (17): 2037-2038; September 26, 2005.

  39. Kendall, M.  Engineering of Needle-Free Physical Methods to Target Epidermal Cells for DNA Vaccination.   Vaccine; September 12, 2005. [Epub ahead of print]

  40. Kennedy, A. M.; Brown, C. J.; Gust, D. A.  Vaccine Beliefs of Parents Who Oppose Compulsory Vaccination.   Public Health Rep; 120 (3): 252-258; May, 2005.

  41. Kroneman, M.; van Essen, G. A.; John, Paget W.  Influenza Vaccination Coverage and Reasons to Refrain Among High-Risk Persons in Four European Countries.   Vaccine; September 15, 2005.

  42. Laigret, J.  [The Backstage Story of the Discovery of the Yellow Fever Vaccination. 1966].   Med Trop (Mars ); 65 (3): 290-292; July, 2005.

  43. Lee, C. W.; Suarez, D. L.  Avian Influenza Virus: Prospects for Prevention and Control by Vaccination.   Anim Health Res Rev; 6 (1): 1-15; June, 2005.

  44. Lu, P. J.; Singleton, J. A.; Rangel, M. C.; Wortley, P. M.; Bridges, C. B.  Influenza Vaccination Trends Among Adults 65 Years or Older in the United States, 1989-2002.   Arch Intern Med; 165 (16): 1849-1856; September 12, 2005.

  45. Machado, C. M.; Cardoso, M. R.; da, Rocha, I; Boas, L. S.; Dulley, F. L.; Pannuti, C. S.  The Benefit of Influenza Vaccination After Bone Marrow Transplantation.   Bone Marrow Transplant; September, 2005. [Epub ahead of print]

  46. Mackenzie, G. A.  Universal Varicella Vaccination.   Med J Aust; 183 (5): 277-279; September 5, 2005.

  47. Menzies, R.; McIntyre, P.; Beard, F.  Vaccine Preventable Diseases and Vaccination Coverage in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, Australia, 1999 to 2002.   Commun Dis Intell; 28 Suppl 1:S1-45; June, 2004.

  48. Moulton, L. H.; Rahmathullah, L.; Halsey, N. A.; Thulasiraj, R. D.; Katz, J.; Tielsch, J. M.  Evaluation of Non-Specific Effects of Infant Immunizations on Early Infant Mortality in a Southern Indian Population.   Trop Med Int Health; 10 (10): 947-955; October, 2005.

  49. Nigro, G.; Adler, S. P.; La, Torre R.; Best, A. M.  Passive Immunization During Pregnancy for Congenital Cytomegalovirus Infection.   N Engl J Med; 353 (13): 1350-1362; September 29, 2005.

  50. Norrby, R.  [Time to Change Child Vaccination Programs. Swedish Children Can Get Better Protection--but It Costs More].   Lakartidningen; 102 (35): 2376-2378; August 29, 2005.

  51. Nowalk, M. P.; Zimmerman, R. K.; Lin, C. J.; Ko, F. S.; Raymund, M.; Hoberman, A.; Kearney, D. H.; Greenberg, D. P.  Parental Perspectives on Influenza Immunization of Children Aged 6 to 23 Months.   Am J Prev Med; 29 (3): 210-214; October, 2005.

  52. Pack, R.; Wang, Y.; Singh, A.; Seidlein, L. V.; Pach, A.; Kaljee, L.; Butraporn, P.; Youlong, G.; Blum, L.; Bhutta, Z.; Santoso, S. S.; Trach, D. D.; Waluyo, I.; Nyamete, A.; Clemens, J.; Stanton, B.  Willingness to Be Vaccinated Against Shigella and Other Forms of Dysentery: A Comparison of Three Regions in Asia.   Vaccine; August 30, 2005. [Epub ahead of print]

  53. Paulussen, T. G.; Hoekstra, F.; Lanting, C. I.; Buijs, G. B.; Hirasing, R. A.  Determinants of Dutch Parents' Decisions to Vaccinate Their Child.   Vaccine; September 9, 2005. [Epub ahead of print]

  54. Pounder, D.  Avoiding Rabies.   BMJ; 331 (7515): 469-470; September 3, 2005.

  55. Prendergast, H. M.; Graneto, J.; Kelley, G. D.  Child Immunization Status in an Urban ED.   Am J Emerg Med; 23 (5): 704-705; September, 2005.

  56. Ras, Vidal E.; Babio, Pazos M.  [Dont Forget to Vaccinate Me.].   Aten Primaria; 36 (4): 226; September 15, 2005.

  57. Ronveaux, O.; Rickert, D.; Hadler, S.; Groom, H.; Lloyd, J.; Bchir, A.; Birmingham, M.  The Immunization Data Quality Audit: Verifying the Quality and Consistency of Immunization Monitoring Systems.   Bull World Health Organ; 83 (7): 503-510; July, 2005.

  58. Ross, G.  Vaccinate Schoolchildren to Reduce Influenza Toll.   Arch Intern Med; 165 (17): 2038-2040; September 26, 2005.

  59. Salama, P.; McFarland, J.; Mulholland, K.  Reaching the Unreached With Measles Vaccination.   Lancet; 366 (9488): 787-788; September 3, 2005.

  60. Salinsky, E.  Clinical Preventive Services: When Is the Juice Worth the Squeeze?   NHPF Issue Brief;806): 1-30; August 24, 2005.

  61. Saliou, P.; Girard, M.  [From Jenner and Pasteur to Vaccinology].   Therapie; 60 (3): 201-204; May, 2005.

  62. Srinivasan, R.; Stevens, P.  Selective Neonatal BCG Vaccination: Specialist BCG Clinics Are an Alternative.   Acta Paediatr; 94 (5): 634-635; May, 2005.

  63. Stefanacci, R. G.  Creating Artificial Barriers to Vaccinations.   J Am Med Dir Assoc; 6 (5): 357-358; September, 2005.

  64. Sugaya, N.; Takeuchi, Y.  Mass Vaccination of Schoolchildren Against Influenza and Its Impact on the Influenza-Associated Mortality Rate Among Children in Japan.   Clin Infect Dis; 41 (7): 939-947; October 1, 2005.

  65. Svane, C.; Sonne, M.; Nissen, L. R.  [Adverse Reactions to Anthrax Vaccination in Danish Military Personnel Deployed to Iraq].   Ugeskr Laeger; 167 (36): 3393-3396; September 5, 2005.

  66. Tassignon, J.; Burny, W.; Dahmani, S.; Zhou, L.; Stordeur, P.; Byl, B.; De, Groote D.  Monitoring of Cellular Responses After Vaccination Against Tetanus Toxoid: Comparison of the Measurement of IFN-Gamma Production by ELISA, ELISPOT, Flow Cytometry and Real-Time PCR.   J Immunol Methods; 35 (2): 188-198; September 9, 2005.

  67. Thompson, W. W.; Shay, D. K.; Weintraub, E.; Brammer, L.; Cox, N. J.; Fukuda, K.  Influenza Vaccination Among the Elderly in the United States.   Arch Intern Med; 165 (17): 2038-2039; September 26, 2005.

  68. Trevisan, A.; Morandin, M.; Frasson, C.; Paruzzolo, P.; Davanzo, E.; Marco, L. D.; Fabrello, A.; Borella-Venturini, M.  Prevalence of Childhood Exanthematic Disease Antibodies in Paramedical Students: Need of Vaccination.   Vaccine; September 7, 2005. [Epub ahead of print]

  69. Trmal, J.; Havlickova, M.; Bicova, R.; Bitterova, Z.; Kelerova, J.  [Simultaneous Vaccination Against Influenza and Invasive Pneumococcal Disease in Chronic Dialysis Patients].   Epidemiol Mikrobiol Imunol; 54 (3): 123-128; August, 2005.

  70. Turner, D. A.; Wailoo, A. J.; Cooper, N. J.; Sutton, A. J.; Abrams, K. R.; Nicholson, K. G.  The Cost-Effectiveness of Influenza Vaccination of Healthy Adults 50-64 Years of Age.   Vaccine; September 21, 2005. [Epub ahead of print]

  71. Uji, M.; Matsushita, H.; Iwata, S.  Microscopic Polyangiitis After Influenza Vaccination.   Intern Med; 44 (8): 892-896; August, 2005.

  72. van, Houdt, I; Oudejans, J. J.; van den Eertwegh, A. J.; Baars, A.; Vos, W.; Bladergroen, B. A.; Rimoldi, D.; Muris, J. J.; Hooijberg, E.; Gundy, C. M.; Meijer, C. J.; Kummer, J. A.  Expression of the Apoptosis Inhibitor Protease Inhibitor 9 Predicts Clinical Outcome in Vaccinated Patients With Stage III and IV Melanoma.   Clin Cancer Res; 11 (17): 6400-6407; September 1, 2005.

  73. Welch, A. C.; Ferreri, S. P.; Blalock, S. J.; Caiola, S. M.  North Carolina Family Practice Physicians' Perceptions of Pharmacists As Vaccinators.   J Am Pharm Assoc (Wash DC ); 45 (4): 486-491; July, 2005.

  74. Wong-Chew, R. M.; Islas-Romero, R.; Garcia-Garcia, M. D.; Beeler, J. A.; Audet, S.; Santos-Preciado, J. I.; Gans, H.; Lew-Yasukawa, L.; Maldonado, Y. A.; Arvin, A. M.; Valdespino-Gomez, J. L.  Immunogenicity of Aerosol Measles Vaccine Given As the Primary Measles Immunization to Nine-Month-Old Mexican Children.   Vaccine; September 7, 2005. [Epub ahead of print]

  75. Xakellis, G. C.  Predictors of Influenza Immunization in Persons Over Age 65.   J Am Board Fam Pract; 18 (5): 426-433; September, 2005.