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Factors Associated with Pneumococcal Vaccination in 2040 People with Type 2 Diabetes: A Cross-sectional Study.

Pneumococcal vaccination is recommended in diabetes because of the high risk for invasive pneumococcal disease and mortality; however, vaccination rates are below recommended targets. This study was conducted to identify possible reasons behind the low rate of vaccine uptake.


Predictors for seasonal influenza vaccination and reasons for inadequate vaccination coverage against a broad spectrum of vaccine-preventable diseases: a cross-sectional study among a Brazilian cohort of adult patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.

Enhancing the cross protective efficacy of live attenuated influenza virus vaccine by supplemented vaccination with M2 ectodomain virus-like particles.

Current influenza vaccines including live attenuated influenza virus (LAIV) provide suboptimal protection against drift and potential pandemic strains. We hypothesized that supplementing LAIV with a highly conserved antigenic target M2 ectodomain (M2e) would confer cross-protection by inducing humoral and cellular immune responses to conserved antigenic targets. Intranasal vaccination with LAIV (A/Netherlands/602/09, H1N1) supplemented with tandem repeat M2e containing virus-like particles (M2e5x VLP) induc...


Accepters, fence sitters, or rejecters: Moral profiles of vaccination attitudes.

Childhood vaccination is a safe and effective way of reducing infectious diseases. Yet, public confidence in vaccination is waning, driven in part by the 'manufacture of doubt' by anti-vaccination activists and websites. However, there is little research examining the psychological underpinnings of anti-vaccination rhetoric among parents.

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STANDING ON SHOULDERS OF A GIANT: MARCIA SPETCH'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE STUDY OF SPATIAL REORIENTATION.

Navigation is an important skill for mobile creatures. One important aspect of navigation is the ability to regain your position (reorient) if you become lost. Over the last 20 years, Marcia Spetch has added substantially to our understanding of reorientation and has advanced the fields of both comparative cognition and spatial cognition. The aim of the paper is to review her contributions, and in particular focus on a) the complexity of geometric cues that can guide reorientation; b) how short- and long-te...

Effect of household relocation on child vaccination and health service utilisation in Dhaka, Bangladesh: a cross-sectional community survey.

To explore the relationship between household relocation and use of vaccination and health services for severe acute respiratory illness (ARI) among children in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Neuraminidase expressing virus-like particle vaccine provides effective cross protection against influenza virus.

Neuraminidase is the second major surface antigen on influenza virus. We investigated the immunogenicity and cross protective efficacy of virus-like particle containing neuraminidase derived from 2009 pandemic H1N1 influenza virus (N1 VLP) in comparison with inactivated split influenza vaccine. Immunization of mice with N1 VLP induced antibody responses specific for virus and cross-reactive neuraminidase inhibition activity whereas an inactivated split vaccine induced strain-specific hemagglutination inhibi...

Health Expertise of Seasonal Influenza Vaccination among Midwife Trainees in North Rhine-Westphalia: Results of a Cross-Sectional Study.

For the first time, the level of knowledge and attitude towards vaccinations in general as well as seasonal influenza vaccination of midwife trainees in Germany was assessed.

Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Before 13 and 15 Years of Age: Analysis of National Immunization Survey Teen Data.

Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination is suboptimally used in the United States. Vaccination before the 13th birthday is recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices and vaccination before the 15th birthday requires only 2 doses. We estimated the proportion of adolescents up to date for HPV vaccine using provider-verified vaccination data from the 2016 National Immunization Survey-Teen. Only 16% of US adolescents completed HPV vaccination before turning 13, and 35% completed HPV vaccinat...

Estimating the Costs and Income of Providing Vaccination to Adults and Children.

Vaccinations are recommended to prevent serious morbidity and mortality. However, providers' concerns regarding costs and payments for providing vaccination services are commonly reported barriers to adult vaccination. Information on the costs of providing vaccination is limited, especially for adults.

Vaccination in Germany - Recommendations of STIKO.

The epidemiological effect of vaccination is that it primarily reduces the incidence and prevalence of infectious agents and diseases, providing ideal conditions (also from an economic point of view) for prevention. Goal of vaccination is first the individual protection. Other goals may be "herd immunity", regional repression and global extinction. The STIKO provides recommendations for the implementation of vaccinations and for the implementation of other measures for the specific prevention of communicabl...

Compliance of hepatitis-b virus vaccination in newborns in Lima and Callao.

The objective of the study was to determine compliance with hepatitis-B virus (HBV) in newborns in Lima and Callao. A descriptive, cross-sectional, multicenter-design study was conducted in high level public and private hospitals. Information on vaccination corresponds to newborns during one week of 2015 and was obtained through consultations with parents and review of health service reports. The study was conducted in 12 health facilities including 935 mothers and newborns. Vaccination coverage within 24 h...

Vaccination coverage in healthcare workers: a multicenter cross-sectional study in Italy.

In recent years, a phenomenon known as "vaccine hesitancy" has spread throughout the world, even among health workers, determining a reduction in vaccination coverage (VC).A study aimed at evaluating VC among healthcare workers (HCWs) in 10 Italian cities (L'Aquila, Genoa, Milan, Palermo, Sassari, Catanzaro, Ferrara, Catania, Naples, Messina) was performed.

What can we learn about influenza infection and vaccination from transcriptomics?

Transcriptomics studies the set of RNA transcripts produced by the genome using high-throughput sequencing and bioinformatics. This growing field has revolutionized our understanding of host-pathogen interactions, revealing new insights into the host response to influenza infection and vaccination. Studies using transcriptomics have identified a unique immunosignature for influenza discernable from other bacterial and viral pathogens, key transcriptional factors that discriminate early from late, mild versu...

Enhanced cross-lineage protection induced by recombinant H9N2 avian influenza virus inactivated vaccine.

Antigenic drift of H9N2 low pathogenic avian influenza viruses (AIV) may result in vaccination failure in the poultry industry and thus a cross-protective vaccine against H9N2 AIV is highly desirable.

Cancer vaccines: designing artificial synthetic long peptides to improve presentation of class I and class II T cell epitopes by dendritic cells.

There is now a consensus that efficient peptide vaccination against cancer requires that peptides should (i) be exclusively presented by professional APC and (ii) stimulate both CD4 and CD8-specific T cell responses. To this aim, in recent trials, patients were vaccinated with pools of synthetic long peptides (SLP) (15-30 aa long) composed of a potential class I epitope(s) elongated at both ends with native antigen sequences to also provide a potential class II epitope(s). Using MELOE-1 as a model antigen, ...

Hepatitis B virus vaccination and revaccination response in children diagnosed with coeliac disease : a multicentre prospective study.

This study evaluates hepatitis B virus (HBV) vaccination response in children with celiac disease (CD). Response in initial non-responders after a single booster vaccination as well as factors influencing HBV vaccination response were evaluated.

Influenza vaccination prevalence among the elderly and individuals with chronic disease, and factors affecting vaccination uptake.

Our aim is to evaluate influenza vaccination rates among the elderly and individuals with underlying chronic disease, and factors that affect vaccination uptake.

History and principles of vaccination.

Vaccination constitutes a major advance in the prevention of infectious diseases. The principle of vaccination is to induce protection against a pathogen by mimicking its natural interaction with the human immune system. The vaccine reduces the risk of complications and mortality following subsequent exposure to an infectious agent.

Vaccination, febrile seizures and epilepsy.

This literature review addresses the risk of vaccination complications including neurological ones. Some vaccines associated with vaccine-induced febrile seizures (FS), e.g. vaccines against pertussis, diphtheria and tetanus, can provoke FS but they are not their cause. Therefore, delaying a vaccination to an older age does not reduce the risk of FS. The author also considers international and Russian recommendations on vaccination in children with epilepsy, West syndrome and Drave's syndrome.

Human papillomavirus (HPV) and influenza vaccine behavior among Muslim women in the United States.

In this study, we examined vaccination behaviors-single dose human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination, triple dose HPV vaccination, and influenza vaccination-among Muslim women residing in the United States. Using logistic regression models, we analyzed self-reported survey. We found that respondents had lower rates of HPV vaccination and higher rates of influenza vaccination, relative to the general American population. The respondents in our sample who reported contraceptive use had higher odds of vaccinati...

Effects of sequential influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 vaccination on antibody waning.

Antibody waning following influenza vaccination has been repeatedly evaluated, but waning has rarely been studied in the context of longitudinal vaccination history.

Yellow fever vaccination for immunocompromised travellers: unjustified vaccination hesitancy?

Parents avoiding child vaccination in the neonatal period - an analysis of attitudes.

Parents' avoidance of vaccination is a growing phenomenon and leads to the deterioration of the epidemiological situation regarding diseases included in active prevention programs. The aim of the study was to analyze the attitudes of parents who avoid vaccination in newborns.


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