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Travel - International 2003
Vaccinations for the Pediatric Traveler
Author: Mackell SM
Source: Clinical Infectious Diseases, December 1, 2003, Vol. 37(11):1508-1516
Current Immunizations for Travel
Authors: Kirkpatrick BD, Alston WK
Source: Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases, October 2003, Vol. 16(5):369-374
A Review of the Combined Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B Vaccination for Travelers
Author: Spira AM
Source: Clinical Therapeutics, September 2003, Vol. 25(9):2337-2351
A Large Outbreak of Influenza A and B on a Cruise Ship Causing Widespread Morbidity
Authors: Brotherton JM, Delpech VC, Gilbert GL, et al
Source: Epidemiology and Infection, April 2003, Vol. 130(2):263-271
Viral Hepatitis in International Travellers: Risks and Prevention
Author: Khuroo MS
Source: International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents, February 2003, Vol. 21(2):143-152
Vaccination Priorities
Authors: Steffen R, Banos A, deBernardis C
Source: International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents, February 2003, Vol. 21(2):175-180
Travel Epidemiology-A Global Perspective
Authors: Steffen R, Banos A, deBernardis C
Source: International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents, February 2003, Vol. 21(2):89-95
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Travel - International 2002
Yellow Fever Vaccine. Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), 2002
Source: MMWR Recommendations and Reports, November 8, 2002, Vol. 51(RR-17):1-11
Adverse Events Associated with 17D-Derived Yellow Fever Vaccination-United States, 2001-2002
Source: MMWR, November 8, 2002, Vol. 51(44):989-993
Risk of Hepatitis A Infection Following Travel
Authors: Ciccozzi M, Tosti ME, Gallo G, et al
Source: Journal of Viral Hepatitis, November 2002, Vol. 9(6):460-5
Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine for Travelers: Exploring the limits of risk
Authors: Shlim DR, Solomon T
Source: Clinical Infectious Diseases, July 15, 2002, Vol. 35(2):183-8
Fatal Yellow Fever in a Traveler Returning from Amazonas, Brazil, 2002
Source: MMWR, April 19, 2002, Vol. 51(15):324-5
Meningococcal Disease and Travel
Author: Memish ZA
Source: Clinical Infectious Diseases, January 1, 2002, Vol. 34(1):84-90
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Travel - International 2001-1998
Inadequate Protection Against Yellow Fever of Children Visiting Endemic Areas
Authors: Potasman I, Pick N, Stringer C, Zuckerman JN
Source: American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, December 2001, Vol. 65(6):954-7
Travel Vaccines and Elderly Persons: Review of vaccines available in the united states
Authors: Leder K, Weller PF, Wilson ME
Source: Clinical Infectious Diseases, November 1, 2001, Vol. 33(9):1553-1566
Risk of Travel-Associated Tuberculosis
Author: Rieder HL
Source: Clinical Infectious Diseases, October 15, 2001, Vol. 33(8):1393-6
Influenza B Virus Outbreak on a Cruise Ship-Northern Europe, 2000
Source: MMWR, March 2, 2001, Vol. 50(8):137-140
Rubella Among Crew Members of Commercial Cruise Ships-Florida, 1997
Source: MMWR, January 9, 1998, Vol. 46(52):1247-1250
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