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Acton 1905

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Acton]

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Table 4.

CAUSES OF, AND AGES AT, DEATH DURING YEAR 1905.

Causes of Death.Deaths at the Subjoined Ages of "Residents," whether occurring in or beyond the District.Deaths at all Ages of "Residents " belonging to Localities, whether occurring in or beyond the District.Total Deaths whether of Residents or Non '' Residents" in Public Institutions in the District.
All Ages.Under 1 year.1 and under 5.5 and under 15.15 and under 25.25 and under 65.65 and upwards.North Ward.East Ward.West Ward.
Small-pox
Measles422112
Scarlet Fever21122
Whooping Cough10631213
Diphtheria and Membranous Croup4312112
Croup
Fever—
Typhus
Enteric64424
Other continued
Epidemic Influenza714252
Cholera
Plague
Diarrhœa40327161021
Enteritis1711222575
Puerperal Fever222
Erysipelas22
Other Septic Diseases22
Phthisis (Pulmonary Tuberculosis)4331631281611
Other Tubercular Diseases318135221312101
Cancer, Malignant Disease3527811972
Bronchitis45137111451523
Pneumonia6821191215101124272
Pleurisy...
Other Diseases of Respiratory Organs7112323
Alcoholism—Cirrhosis of Liver11101343
Venereal Diseases111
Premature Birth24244911
Diseases and Accidents of Parturition4422
Heart Diseases4823420191410161
Accidents16342431374
Suicides88413
All other Causes1914795554715052549
All Causes62817273182420014113918421327
The deaths allocated to each Ward do not include those of "Residents" who died in outlying Institutions.
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