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Port of London 1912

Report for the year ended 31st December 1912 of the Medical Officer of Health for the Port of London

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TABLE XXV. HOSPITAL.

Admitted.Discharged,Died.Remaining under treatment
Cholera0000
Cholera (suspected)0000
Bubonic Plague0000
Ditto (suspected)1100
Small-pox2200
Scarlet Fever0000
Enteric Fever353008
Continued Fever7700
Diphtheria0000
Measles272710
Erysipelas1100
Chicken-pox7700
Other Diseases0000
Totals807518
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Remaining in Hospital on 31st December, 1912 8
Total number of days treatment during the year 1,349
Average number of days treatment for each case 16.86
Average daily number of patients in Hospital 4.56
Average daily cost of maintenance per patient 1s. 8.6d.
Average total cost of maintenance per patient £1 7s. 8d.
The total number of cases under treatment in the Hospital during the year was 84.
Of theee, 80 were admitted during the year. Of the total number, 75 were discharged
convalescent and one died in hospital, while eight remained under treatment at the end
of the year.
It will be seen in Table XXV., that the average number of days treatment for each
case was 16.86, while the average daily cost of maintenance of each patient was Is. 8½d.,
and the average total cost of maintenance of each patient was 1l. 7s. 8d.


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