London's Pulse: Medical Officer of Health reports 1848-1972

View report page

St Pancras 1904

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for St. Pancras, London, Borough of]

This page requires JavaScript

The number of cases of the Notifiable Infectious Diseases certified during the year 1904, and the Sub Districts in which they occurred, are shown in the following table:—

Population.West, 61823.South, 55948.East, 59743.North, 59574.Total.
Diseases.
Small-pox111-3
Scarlatina or Scarlet Fever182152369137840
Diphtheria, Membranous Croup957111657339
Typhus Fever-----
Typhoid or Enteric Fever54312525135
Continued Fever-----
Relapsing Fever-----
Puerperal Fever3-339
Cholera-----
Erysipelas53668844251
Plague-----
Chicken-pox851479976407
Totals4734687013421984

The Case-fatality.—The following Table gives the number of deaths from the Notifiable Infectious Diseases in the Sub-Districts of St. Pancras:—

Population.West, 61823.South, 55948.East, 59743.North, 59574.Total.
Diseases.
Small-pox-----
Scarlatina or Scarlet Fever6212727
Diphtheria, Membranous Croup11714840
Typhus Fever-----
Typhoid or Enteric Fever564217
Continued Fever-----
Relapsing Fever-----
Puerperal Fever2-125
Cholera-----
Erysipelas547117
Plague-----
Chicken-pox-----
Totals29193820106