Volume 7 - Issue 9 Suppl - September 2008

Consultant for Pediatricians

Focus on Vaccines
Focus on Vaccines
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This Photo Essay includes 3 cases of vaccine-preventable diseases: epiglottitis, congenital rubella syndrome, and, and streptococcal infection secondary to varicella.
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Focus on Vaccines
Focus on Vaccines
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RICHARD LANDER, MD
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey | November 1, 2008
 

Dr Lander is clinical assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Newark. He is chairman of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Section on Administration and Practice Management and a past president of the New Jersey chapter of the AAP. He is also president of Resources in Physician Management Services, a private consulting firm.

RICHARD LANDER, MD University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey | November 1, 200...
Vaccines are perhaps the single most important contribution the 20th century made to civilization.
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Focus on Vaccines
Focus on Vaccines
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By JEAN SOMESHWAR, MD
West Virginia University | September 1, 2008
 
Dr Someshwar is assistant professor of pediatrics at West Virginia University School of Medicine in Morgantown.
 
 
By JEAN SOMESHWAR, MD West Virginia University | September 1, 2008   Dr Someshwa...
ABSTRACT: The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine Gardasil (Merck) has been shown to be almost 100% effective in preventing infection from the 4 strains of HPV (types
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Focus on Vaccines
Focus on Vaccines
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GOLDER N. WILSON, MD, PhD
Texas Tech University, Amarillo
MIRANDA O. RAMIREZ, MD
Ramirez Pediatrics, Plano, Tex

Dr Wilson is clinical professor of pediatrics at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Amarillo and a private practitioner of pediatrics and pediatric genetics at KinderGenome Pediatric Genetics in Dallas. Dr Ramirez practices pediatrics in Plano, Tex.


 

GOLDER N. WILSON, MD, PhD Texas Tech University, Amarillo MIRANDA O. RAMIREZ, MD Ramire...
In response to publicity about an alleged but erroneous link between vaccination and autism, the number of children who are being immunized has decreased.
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Focus on Vaccines
Focus on Vaccines
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LINDA S. NIELD, MD
West Virginia University School of Medicine | September 1, 2008

Dr Nield is associate professor of pediatrics at West Virginia University School of Medicine in Morgantown. She is also a member of the editorial board of Consultant For Pediatricians.


 

LINDA S. NIELD, MD West Virginia University School of Medicine | September 1, 2008 Dr ...
<div class="article-blurb" id="article-deck"><strong>Harsh words, accusations, and misinformation about vaccines and vaccine providers are commonplace on the Internet,...
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Focus on Vaccines
Focus on Vaccines
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DEEPAK M. KAMAT, MD, PhD
Wayne State University | September 1, 2008

Dr Kamat is professor of pediatrics at Wayne State University and vice chair of education at Children’s Hospital of Michigan, both in Detroit. He is also a member of the editorial board of Consultant For Pediatricians.

DEEPAK M. KAMAT, MD, PhDWayne State University | September 1, 2008 Dr Kamat is professo...
<DIV id=article-content-body> <P>Vaccines may represent the greatest advance in children’s health of the past 50 years, but they also, sadly, can frequently be a source of stress for today’s...
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