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Croydon 1894

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Croydon]

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Table VI—DEATHS Registered from all Causes during the

Year 1894.

Note .—The Deaths of Non-Residents occurring in Public Institutions situated in the District are excluded, and the Deaths of Residents occurring in Public Institutions situated beyond the limits of the District are included.

Ages.Totals.
0 to 11 to 55 to 1515 to 2525 to 3535 to 4545 to 5555 to 6565 to 7575 to 8585 & up-wds
I. Specific Febrile, or Zymotic Diseases91218311145
II. Parasitic Diseases
III. Dietetic Diseases11
IV. Constitutional Diseases6768513653160
V. Developmental Diseases14511636
VI. Local Diseases31119365141322163133
VII. Deaths from Violence312233115
VIII. Deaths from Ill-Defined and Not Speci
fied Causes7119
Totals7131341316222318322910299
I —SPECIFIC FEBRILE, OR ZYMOTIC DISEASES.
1.—Miasmatic Diseases.
Small-poxVaccinated
Unvaccinated
No statement
Measles11
Scarlet Fever235
Typhus
Wooping Cough112
Diphtheria81321
Simple Continued and Ill-defined Fever
Enteric or Typhoid Fever22
Influenza11
2.—Diarrhceal Diseases.
Simple Cholera
Diarrhœa, Dysentery7119
3.—Malarial Diseases.
Remittent Fever
Ague
4 —Zoogenous Diseases.
Cowpox and Effects of Vaccination
Other Diseases (e.g., Hydrophobia, Glanders, and Splenic Fever)
5.—Venereal Diseases.
Syphilis
Gonorrhœa, Stricture of Urethra
G.—Septic Diseases.
Erysipelas11
Pyæmia, Septicæmia11
Puerperal Fever112
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