August Library Focus on Resources for Vaccines and Infectious Disease 2012

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CRDAMC Med Lib / Sim Center News
August
2012
Library Focus on Resources for Vaccines and Infectious Disease
In recognition of National Vaccination Awareness Month, the CRDAMC Medical Library would like to bring to your attention
some resources for vaccines and infectious disease.
The venerable Vaccines by Plotkin is available both online and in print. The 2008 edition is in the AMEDD Virtual Library’s
MDConsult collection, and the 2004 edition is available for checkout in print. The sixth edition is due to be released by the
publisher 15 September 2012. We hope to have it on our shelves in the near future. Other library titles of note include
Atlas of sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS, Saunders/Elsevier, 2010.
WC 17 A8815 2010
Avian influenza, Basel ; New York : Karger, 2008.
WC 515 A95652 2008
Emerging infectious diseases a guide to diseases, causative agents, and surveillance, San Francisco :
Jossey-Bass, 2011.
WA 110 .B45 2011eb In the ebrary collection.
Hot topics in infection and immunity in children, New York ; London : Springer, c2009
WD 300 S769i 2009
Chapter “Primer on vaccines” in Immunology and serology in laboratory medicine, St. Louis, Mo. : Mosby,
c2009.
QW 525 T936i 2009
The Johns Hopkins ABX guide : diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases, Sudbury, MA : Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2010
WC 39 J658 2010
MRSA, New York : Informa Healthcare, c2009
WC 250 M9385 2009
Prepositioning antibiotics for anthrax, Washington, D.C. : National
Academies Press, 2011
WC 305 S 2011, an eBook from the National Academies Press
Roitt’s essential immunology, Chichester, West Sussex ; Hoboken, NJ : Wiley-Blackwell, 2011
QW 504 R742 2011
Three shots at prevention : the HPV vaccine and the politics of medicine’s simple solutions, Baltimore, Md.
: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010
WP 480 T531 2010
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CRDAMC Contributes to Professional Knowledge
Brackman, Michael, Patrick Depenbrock, and Drew C. Baird. "What Is the Best Diagnostic Approach to
School-aged Children with Chest Pain?" Evidence Based Practice 15.6 (2012): 8-9.
Elyassi, A. R., J. Terres, and H. H. Rowshan. "Medicinal Leech Therapy on Head and Neck Patients: A
Review of Literature and Proposed Protocol." Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol. Epub July 20
(2012).
Kernan, L, S. Ito, F. Shirazi and K Boesen. “Fatal Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage After a Single Dose of
Dabigatran.” Clinical Toxicology 2012 Aug;50(7):571-3. Epub 2012 Jul 17.
Paymaster, Zaal H., Drew C. Baird, and Douglas M. Maurer. "When Is Repair of a Ruptured Tympanic
Membrane Indicated?" Evidence Based Practice 15.6 (2012): 6-7.
From the STAT!Ref online collection of the AMEDD Virtual Library:
Red Book®: 2012 Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases - 29th Ed.
INFECTIOUS DISEASES: The Clinician's Guide to Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention, 2011.
MD Consult provides us with seven titles, including Plotkin’s Vaccines, mentioned previously:
Brunette: CDC Health Information for International Travel 2010, 1st ed. - 2009 - Mosby, Inc.
Cohen & Powderly: Infectious Diseases, 3rd ed. - 2010 - Mosby, An Imprint of Elsevier
Keystone: Travel Medicine, 2nd ed. - 2008 - Mosby, An Imprint of Elsevier
Long: Principles and Practice of Pediatric Infectious Diseases Revised Reprint, 3rd ed. - 2009 - Churchill Livingstone,
An Imprint of Elsevier
Mandell: Mandell, Douglas, and Bennett's Principles and Practice of Infectious Diseases, 7th ed. - 2009 - Churchill
Livingstone, An Imprint of Elsevier
Strickland: Hunter's Tropical Medicine and Emerging Infectious Diseases, 8th ed. - 2000 - W. B. Saunders Company
JOURNALS
The Library’s journal index, the Journal Title Locator (JTL), reveals 14 titles specific to vaccination with coverage dating from the
1990s. There are almost eighty titles related to infectious disease and infection control. Notable among them:
American Journal of Infection Control
Epidemiology and Infection
Lancet Infectious Diseases
Vaccine Information Statements, Centers for Disease Control
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The Clinics of North America series features a number of recent vaccination themed issues. For example,
Nursing Clinics of North America September 2009: Human Papillomavirus and the HPV Vaccine: are the benefits
worth the risk?
Infectious Disease Clinics of North America June 2009: Meta-analyses on pediatric infections and vaccines.
Other recent topics covered in various Clinics titles include HIV vaccine efficacy trials, cancer vaccines, HPV, tuberculosis, allergies
and the use of vaccines in older adults and indigenous populations. The Clinics series titles are provided in the MD Consult database;
many titles are available online from 1995 to present.
OTHER ONLINE RESOURCES:
Those concerned with vaccination as a matter of travel medicine will want to explore Travax EnCompass, accessible through the
AMEDD Virtual Library. Travax EnCompas is FOUO and may only be accessed from a “dot mil” domain. Travax EnCompass is described as providing “concise summaries of health and safety concerns and necessary preventive measures, including immunizations
and malaria chemoprophylaxis, for each of 230 countries.”
MilVax: http://www.vaccines.mil/ The Military Vaccine Agency’s website provides a number of helpful resources. The tab labeled
“Quick Reference” provides a chart that links to DoD and service-specific policies and service messages, vaccine information statements from the CDC and vaccination recommendations by region. According to the site’s security and privacy notice information,
“Information presented on the MILVAX Web site is considered public information and may be distributed or copied unless otherwise
specified.”
The Centers for disease Control (CDC)
http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/default.htm
Spanish page for vaccinations: http://www.cdc.gov/spanish/inmunizacion/index.html
The section on Requirements & Laws gives school entry requirements by state, information on vaccine exemption, a link to a database
of state laws for vaccines and more. The Special Groups of People section has information on vaccines during pregnancy, vaccines
for people with specific diseases or conditions and patient education material in English and in Spanish.
Scroll down to the bottom of the page to find a variety of high-quality printable posters, brochures and booklets such as the Immunization and Pregnancy decision chart or the English and Spanish language patient education flyers on pertussis or vaccine safety.
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Resources for Vaccines and Infectious Disease continued
CRDAMC Simulation Center Administrator
254-553-2070
CRDAMC Simulation Specialist
254-618-8368
Director of Medical Education
254-286-7115
Simulation Medical Director
254-553-0927
CRDAMC Simulation
Center A U G U S T
2 0 1 2
CAE VIMEDIX Ultrasound Trainer
The Simulation Lab has a new
addition to our inventory of
simulation and training products; Canadian Aviation Electronics (CAE) has produced
the VIMEDIX Ultrasound (US)
Training Simulator. This virtual
simulator has the following applications which are comparable to US machines currently in
use that include:
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Depth of Field
Contrast
Gain. Angle
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Convention
Contour Measurement
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Doppler
Target Cut Plane
As a training tool the VIMEDIX
US Trainer also has a tutorial
application that provides anatomical orientations for the user
by listing the specific names of
tissues and structures while
manipulating the probe.
Geoff Bates a representative of CAE demonstrates features of the
VIMEDIX Ultrasound Trainer
Recent users include
CRDAMC’s Emergency Medicine Staff Physicians
(photographed right) teaching a
US course at Medical Simulation Training Center (MSTC)
where physicians and clinicians
practiced US techniques.
Available cases are listed on the
next page.
“Trained, Competent and Ready”
CRDAMC Simulation
Center A U G U S T
2 0 1 2
CAE VIMEDIX Ultrasound Trainer Case Listing
-Acute Anterior Myocardial Infarction in a COPD
patient
-Acute Lateral Myocardial Infarction in a COPD
Patient.
-Anterior Myocardial Infarction in a COPD Patient.
-Aortic Valve Infective Endocarditis.
-Asystole
-Biologic Prosthetic Valve in Aortic Position
-Coarse Ventricular Fibrillation
-Dilated Cardiomyopathy– Mild Left Ventricular
Systolic Dysfunction
-Dilated Cardiomyopathy– Mild Left Ventricular
Systolic Dysfunction in a COPD patient
-Dilated Cardiomyopathy-Severe Biventricular
Systolic Dysfunction
-Dilated Cardiomyopathy-Very severe Left
Ventricular Systolic Dysfunction
-Dilated Cardiomyopathy-Very severe Left
Ventricular Systolic Dysfunction in a COPD Patient
-Fine Ventricular Fibrillation
-Free Fluid Hapato Renal Reflection (Morrison’s
Pouch-Small)
-Free Fluid Retro-Vesicle Reflection (Large)
-Free Fluid Splenal-Renal Reflection (Medium)
-Hyperdynamic- Left Ventricle systolic Function
-Left Plural Effusion
-Left Ventricle Apical Aneurysm with Thrombus
-Mechanical Prosthetic Valve (Tilting Disk) in Mitral
Position
-Mechanical Prosthetic Valve (Bileaflet) in Aortic
and Mitral Position
Contact the Simulation
Lab at 254-553-2070
for scheduling your next
event.
“Trained, Competent and Ready”