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VAERS Bibliography - June 2006

  1. Oculo-Respiratory Syndrome Following Influenza Vaccination: Review of Post-Marketing Surveillance Through Four Influenza Seasons in Canada.   Can Commun Dis Rep; 31 (21): 217-225; November 1, 2005.

  2. The Epidemiology of Influenza in Children Hospitalized in Canada, 2004-2005, in Immunization Monitoring Program Active (IMPACT) Centres.   Can Commun Dis Rep; 32 (7): 77-86; April 1, 2006.

  3. The Hidden Economic Benefits of Childhood Immunizations in Capital Health Region, Alberta.   Can Commun Dis Rep; 32 (2): 18-21; January 15, 2006.

  4. Expected Benefits of Pneumococcal Vaccination in Canadian Infants and Children < 5 Years Old.   Can Commun Dis Rep; 32 (5): 45-54; March 1, 2006.

  5. Tetanus Vaccine.   Wkly Epidemiol Rec; 81 (20): 198-208; May, 2006.

  6. Challenges in Global Immunization and the Global Immunization Vision and Strategy 2006-2015.   Wkly Epidemiol Rec; 81 (19): 190-195; May 12, 2006.

  7. Conclusions and Recommendations From the Immunization Strategic Advisory Group.   Wkly Epidemiol Rec; 81 (1): 2-11; January 6, 2006.

  8. Adverse Events After Vaccination With DTap in High School Students Who Have Previously Been Vaccinated With D2T5.   Can Commun Dis Rep; 32 (3): 25-28; February 1, 2006.

  9. Update on Influenza Vaccination for the 2005-2006 Season. An Advisory Committee Statement (ACS).   Can Commun Dis Rep; 32 (ACS-2): 1-3; March 1, 2006.

  10. Immunizations. Can Fever-Reducers Prevent Redness From DTP Shots?   Child Health Alert; 24 (): 3; April, 2006.

  11. Vaccine Preventable Deaths and the Global Immunization Vision and Strategy, 2006-2015.   MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep; 55 (18): 511-515; May 12, 2006.

  12. Diphtheria Vaccine.   Wkly Epidemiol Rec; 81 (3): 24-32; January, 2006.

  13. Meeting of the Immunization Strategic Advisory Group of Experts, Geneva, 10-11 April 2006: Conclusions and Recommendations.   Wkly Epidemiol Rec; 81 (21): 210-220; May 26, 2006.

  14. Update on the Recommendations for the Routine Use of Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine for Infants. An Advisory Committee Statement (ACS).   Can Commun Dis Rep; 32 (ACS-4): 1-6; May 1, 2006.

  15. Arita, I.; Nakane, M.; Fenner, F.  Public Health. Is Polio Eradication Realistic?   Science; 312 (5775): 852-854; May 12, 2006.

  16. Arya, S. C.; Agarwal, N.  Re: Outbreak of Typhoid Fever in Vaccinated Members of the French Armed Forces in the Ivory Coast.   Eur J Epidemiol; May 23, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  17. Barker, L. E.; Chu, S. Y.; Li, Q.; Shaw, K. M.; Santoli, J. M.  Disparities Between White and African-American Children in Immunization Coverage.   J Natl Med Assoc; 98 (2): 130-135; February, 2006.

  18. Benin, A. L.; Wisler-Scher, D. J.; Colson, E.; Shapiro, E. D.; Holmboe, E. S.  Qualitative Analysis of Mothers' Decision-Making About Vaccines for Infants: the Importance of Trust.   Pediatrics; 117 (5): 1532-1541; May, 2006.

  19. Bjorklund, J.; Strand, M.; Blennow, M.  [Ambitious Measles Vaccination Program in Vietnam].   Lakartidningen; 103 (17): 1325-1327; April 26, 2006.

  20. Capolongo, M. J.; Dibonaventura, M. D.; Chapman, G. B.  Physician Vaccinate Thyself: Why Influenza Vaccination Rates Are Higher Among Clinicians Than Among Nonclinicians.   Ann Behav Med; 31 (3): 288-296; June, 2006.

  21. Chapman, G. B.; Coups, E. J.  "Emotion and Preventive Health Behavior: Worry, Regret, and Influenza Vaccination": Correction.   Health Psychol; 25 (3): 444; April, 2006.

  22. Cohen, A. L.; Veenstra, D.  Economic Analysis of Prevaccination Serotesting Compared With Presumptive Immunization for Polio, Diphtheria, and Tetanus in Internationally Adopted and Immigrant Infants.   Pediatrics; 117 (5): 1650-1655; May, 2006.

  23. Cohen, D.; Muhsen, K.; Aboudy, Y.; Harari, H.; Mendelson, E.; Green, M. S.  Use of Rubella Seroepidemiological Data for Assessment of Previous Vaccination Policy and for Decision Making in Response to Epidemics in Israel.   Vaccine; May 2, 2006.     [Epub ahead of print].

  24. Corsini, E.; Vismara, L.; Lucchi, L.; Viviani, B.; Govoni, S.; Galli, C. L.; Marinovich, M.; Racchi, M.  High Interleukin-10 Production Is Associated With Low Antibody Response to Influenza Vaccination in the Elderly.   J Leukoc Biol; May 17, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  25. Currie, J.  Vaccination: Is It a Real Problem for Anesthesia and Surgery?   Paediatr Anaesth; 16 (5): 501-503; May, 2006.

  26. Day, M.  Body Consults to Balance Public Health Against Private Rights.   BMJ; 332 (7551): 1176; May, 2006.

  27. Dearman, C.; Lazenby, R. B.  Community Partnerships: A Win-Win Situation.   Nurse Educ; 25 (6): 287; November, 2000.

  28. Dempsey, A. F.; Zimet, G. D.; Davis, R. L.; Koutsky, L.  Factors That Are Associated With Parental Acceptance of Human Papillomavirus Vaccines: a Randomized Intervention Study of Written Information About HPV.   Pediatrics; 117 (5): 1486-1493; May, 2006.

  29. Dunais, B.; Saccomano, C.; Mousnier, A.; Roure, M. C.; Dellamonica, P.; Roger, P. M.  Influenza Vaccination: Impact of an Intervention Campaign Targeting Hospital Staff.   Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol; 27 (5): 529-531; May, 2006.

  30. Emanuel, E. J.; Wertheimer, A.  Public Health. Who Should Get Influenza Vaccine When Not All Can?   Science; 312 (5775): 854-855; May 12, 2006.

  31. Fontanesi, J.; Hill, L.; Olson, R.; Bennett, N. M.; Kopald, D.  Mass Vaccination Clinics Versus Appointments.   J Med Pract Manage; 21 (5): 288-294; March, 2006.

  32. Francisco, P. M.; Donalisio, M. R.; Barros, M. B.; Cesar, C. L.; Carandina, L.; Goldbaum, M.  [Factors Associated With Vaccination Against Influenza in the Elderly.].   Rev Panam Salud Publica; 19 (4): 259-264; April, 2006.

  33. Fuchs, F.  [Immunization in France: High Quality Regulation.].   Arch Pediatr; May 11, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  34. Fuller, C. L.; Brittingham, K. C.; Hepburn, M. J.; Martin, J. W.; Petitt, P. L.; Pittman, P. R.; Bavari, S.  Dominance of Human Innate Immune Responses in Primary Francisella Tularensis Live Vaccine Strain Vaccination.   J Allergy Clin Immunol; 117 (5): 1186-1188; May, 2006.

  35. Goodman, M. J.; Nordin, J. D.; Harper, P.; Defor, T.; Zhou, X.  The Safety of Trivalent Influenza Vaccine Among Healthy Children 6 to 24 Months of Age.   Pediatrics; 117 (5): e821-e826; May, 2006.

  36. Hamilton-West, K.  Factors Influencing MMR Vaccination Decisions Following a Mumps Outbreak on a University Campus.   Vaccine; April 18, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  37. Hara, M.; Sakamoto, T.; Tanaka, K.  Effectiveness of Influenza Vaccination in Preventing Influenza-Like Illness Among Community-Dwelling Elderly: Population-Based Cohort Study in Japan.   Vaccine; May 5, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  38. Hong, R.; Banta, J. E.  Effects of Extra Immunization Efforts on Routine Immunization at District Level in Pakistan.   East Mediterr Health J; 11 (4): 745-752; July, 2005.

  39. Hui, S. L.; Chu, L. W.; Peiris, J. S.; Chan, K. H.; Chu, D.; Tsui, W.  Immune Response to Influenza Vaccination in Community-Dwelling Chinese Elderly Persons.   Vaccine; May 3, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  40. Ito, Y.; Sumi, H.; Kato, T.  Evaluation of Influenza Vaccination in Health-Care Workers, Using Rapid Antigen Detection Test.   J Infect Chemother; 12 (2): 70-72; April, 2006.

  41. Jennings, L.  Influenza Vaccination Among New Zealand Healthcare Workers: Low Rates Are Concerning.   N Z Med J; 119 (1233): U1961; May 5, 2006.

  42. ohnson, N. G.  Haemophilus Influenzae Type b Reemergence After Combination Immunization.   Emerg Infect Dis; 12 (6): 937-941; June, 2006.

  43. Kwong, J. C.; Sambell, C.; Johansen, H.; Stukel, T. A.; Manuel, D. G.  The Effect of Universal Influenza Immunization on Vaccination Rates in Ontario.   Health Rep; 17 (2): 31-40; May, 2006.

  44. Lau, J. T.; Yang, X.; Tsui, H. Y.; Kim, J. H.  Prevalence of Influenza Vaccination and Associated Factors Among Community-Dwelling Hong Kong Residents of Age 65 or Above.   Vaccine; May 3, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  45. Leitmeyer, K.; Buchholz, U.; Kramer, M.; Schenkel, K.; Stahlhut, H.; Kollstadt, M.; Haas, W.; Meyer, C.  Influenza Vaccination in German Health Care Workers: Effects and Findings After Two Rounds of a Nationwide Awareness Campaign.   Vaccine; May 11, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  46. Lin, C. J.; Zimmerman, R. K.; Nowalk, M. P.; Ko, F. S.; Raymund, M.; Hoberman, A.; Kearney, D. H.; Block, B.  Parental Perspectives on Influenza Vaccination of Children With Chronic Medical Conditions.   J Natl Med Assoc; 98 (2): 148-153; February, 2006.

  47. Liu, W.; Clemens, J. D.; Yang, J. Y.; Xu, Z. Y.  Immunization Against Japanese Encephalitis in China: A Policy Analysis.   Vaccine; April 24, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  48. Lo, B.  HPV Vaccine and Adolescents' Sexual Activity.   BMJ; 332 (7550): 1106-1107; May 13, 2006.

  49. Martignon, G.; Oryszczyn, M. P.; nnesi-Maesano, I.  Childhood Immunization and Atopic Disease: Authors' Reply.    Pediatr Allergy Immunol; 17 (3): 235; May, 2006.

  50. Martin, E.  Improving Influenza Vaccination Rates in a Pediatric Asthma Management Program by Utilization of an Electronic Medical Record.   Clin Pediatr (Phila); 45 (3): 221-227; April, 2006.

  51. Maurer, D.; Fulton, C.; Doria, M.  Factors That Influence the Decision of Military Dependents to Decline Smallpox Vaccination During an Outbreak.   Mil Med; 171 (4): 321-324; April, 2006.

  52. Miyagawa, K.  [Discussion on Simultaneous Administration of Required Childhood Vaccinations].   Nippon Koshu Eisei Zasshi; 53 (3): 208-209; March, 2006.

  53. Modlin, J. F.; Halsey, N. A.  Excretion of Oral Poliovirus Vaccine Strains: Effect of Vaccination Schedule.   J Infect Dis; 193 (11): 1614-1615; June 1, 2006.

  54. Moral, L.; Rubio, E. M.  We Will Have to Vaccinate Healthy Children Against Influenza When We Know That It Is Helpful.   Eur J Pediatr; May 25, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  55. Mrozek-Budzyn, D.  [Vaccination Coverage Among Children and Adolescents in Malopolskie Voivodeship in Period 1999-2004].   Przegl Epidemiol; 59 (4): 823-832; 2005.

  56. Munoz, M. A.; Abarca, V. K.; Luchsinger, F., V; Valenzuela, B. MT; Jimenez de la, J. J.  [Rotavirus Vaccine. Statement of the Consultive Committee of Immunizations on Behalf of The Chilean Infectious Diseases Society: March 2006].   Rev Chilena Infectol; 23 (2): 124-127; June, 2006.

  57. Olmsted, S. S.; Grabenstein, J. D.; Jain, A. K.; Lurie, N.  Patient Experience With, and Use of, an Electronic Monitoring System to Assess Vaccination Responses.   Health Expect; 9 (2): 110-117; June, 2006.

  58. Olusanya, B. O.; Okolo, A. A.  Early Hearing Detection at Immunization Clinics in Developing Countries.   Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol; May 24, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  59. Peakman, M.; Skowera, A.; Hotopf, M.  Immunological Dysfunction, Vaccination and Gulf War Illness.   Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci; 361 (1468): 681-687; April 29, 2006.

  60. Phibbs, S. L.; Hambidge, S. J.; Steiner, J. F.; Davidson, A. J.  The Impact of Inactive Infants on Clinic-Based Immunization Rates.   Ambul Pediatr; 6 (3): 173-177; May, 2006.

  61. Revai, K.; McCormick, D. P.; Patel, J.; Grady, J. J.; Saeed, K.; Chonmaitree, T.  Effect of Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine on Nasopharyngeal Bacterial Colonization During Acute Otitis Media.   Pediatrics; 117 (5): 1823-1829; May, 2006.

  62. Roberts, L.  Global Health. Polio Eradication: Is It Time to Give Up?   Science; 312 (5775): 832-835; May 12, 2006.

  63. Rodrigues, A.; Fischer, T. K.; Valentiner-Branth, P.; Nielsen, J.; Steinsland, H.; Perch, M.; Garly, M. L.; Molbak, K.; Aaby, P.  Community Cohort Study of Rotavirus and Other Enteropathogens: Are Routine Vaccinations Associated With Sex-Differential Incidence Rates?   Vaccine; March 31, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  64. Rodriguez-Rodriguez, M. I.; Gaton Del, Amo M.; Robles-Marinas, V.; Rubio-Dominguez, J.  [Factors Determining Flu Vaccination in the Over-65s].   Aten Primaria; 37 (7): 381-385; April 30, 2006.

  65. Salo, H.; Kilpi, T.; Sintonen, H.; Linna, M.; Peltola, V.; Heikkinen, T.  Cost-Effectiveness of Influenza Vaccination of Healthy Children.   Vaccine; April 7, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  66. Schessl, J.; Luther, B.; Kirschner, J.; Mauff, G.; Korinthenberg, R.  Infections and Vaccinations Preceding Childhood Guillain-Barre Syndrome: a Prospective Study.   Eur J Pediatr; May 12, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  67. Schwartz, K. L.; Neale, A. V.; Northrup, J.; Monsur, J.; Patel, D. A.; Tobar, R., Jr.; Wortley, P. M.  Racial Similarities in Response to Standardized Offer of Influenza Vaccination. A MetroNet Study.   J Gen Intern Med; 21 (4): 346-351; April, 2006.

  68. Sell, E.; Minassian, B. A.  Demystifying Vaccination-Associated Encephalopathy.   Lancet Neurol; 5 (6): 465-466; June, 2006.

  69. Short, J. A.; van der Walt, J. H.; Zoanetti, D. C.  Immunization and Anesthesia - an International Survey.   Paediatr Anaesth; 16 (5): 514-522; May, 2006.

  70. Sikora, J. P.; Chlebna-Sokol, D.; Ligenza, I.; Sikora, A.  Haemophilus Influenzae Type b and Pertussis Vaccinations in Preterm Infants.   Arch Immunol Ther Exp (Warsz ); May 2, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  71. Smith, C.  Vaccination in Australia.   Lancet; 367 (9522): 1575; May 13, 2006.

  72. Soeung, S. C.; Grundy, J.; Maynard, J.; Brooks, A.; Boreland, M.; Sarak, D.; Jenkinson, K.; Biggs, B. A.  Financial Sustainability Planning for Immunization Services in Cambodia.   Health Policy Plan; May 23, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  73. Song, J. Y.; Cheong, H. J.; Ha, S. H.; Kee, S. Y.; Jeong, H. W.; Kim, W. J.  Active Influenza Immunization in Hemodialysis Patients: Comparison Between Single-Dose and Booster Vaccination.   Am J Nephrol; 26 (2): 206-211; 2006.

  74. Torun, S. D.; Bakirci, N.  Vaccination Coverage and Reasons for Non-Vaccination in a District of Istanbul.   BMC Public Health; 6: 125; May 5, 2006.

  75. Tseng, H. F.; Tan, H. F.; Chang, C. K.  Use of National Health Insurance Database to Evaluate the Impact of Public Varicella Vaccination Program on Burden of Varicella in Taiwan.   Vaccine; May 2, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  76. van der Wouden, J. C.; Bernsen, R. M.  Childhood Immunization and Atopic Disease.   Pediatr Allergy Immunol; 17 (3): 234; May, 2006.

  77. van, der, V; Launay, O.  [Vaccinations].   Rev Prat; 56 (5): 563-571; March 15, 2006.

  78. Vora, G. J.  Co-Infections of Adenovirus Species in Previously Vaccinated Patients.   Emerg Infect Dis; 12 (6): 921-930; June, 2006.

  79. Ward, M.  Immunization Administration and Disease Reporting in the Emergency Department.   Semin Pediatr Infect Dis; 6 (4): 255-264; October, 1995.

  80. Watanuki, Y.; Takahashi, H.; Ogura, T.; Miyazawa, N.; Nakamura, M.; Hashizume, T.; Kozawa, S.; Tagawa, A.  [Effectiveness of Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Vaccine in Older Patients With Chronic Respiratory Diseases].   Nihon Kokyuki Gakkai Zasshi; 44 (4): 305-311; April, 2006.

  81. Weil-Olivier, C.; Jacquet, A.  [Immunization: Adverse Event Reporting System.].   Arch Pediatr; May 11, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  82. Wharton, M.; Hogan, R.; Segal-Freeman, P.  Childhood Immunization: Exemptions and Vaccine Safety.   J Law Med Ethics; 33 (4 Suppl): 34-37; 2005.

  83. Xu, Q.; Xu, A. Q.; Song, L. Z.; Zhang, L.; Xiao, Z. K.; Wang, C. Y.; Li, M. S.; Wang, A. L.; Li, Z.  [Analysis on the Changing of Age Patterns Among Rubella Patients After Rubella Vaccine Immunization for Children in Shandong Province, China].   Zhonghua Liu Xing Bing Xue Za Zhi; 26 (11): 861-863; November, 2005.

  84. Zarogiannis, S.; Gourgoulianis, K.  Hospitalization Trends for Pneumonia Among Older Persons.   JAMA; 295 (18): 2137; May 10, 2006.

  85. Zinka, B.; Penning, R.  Unexplained Cases of Sudden Infant Death Shortly After Hexavalent Vaccination.   Vaccine; April 18, 2006. [Epub ahead of print].

  86. Zohrabian, A.; Hayes, E. B.; Petersen, L. R.  Cost-Effectiveness of West Nile Virus Vaccination.   Emerg Infect Dis; 12 (3): 375-380; March, 2006.