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Croydon 1894

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Croydon]

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The following table shows the number of cases of infectious disease notified in the District for each year since the Act came into force.

1890.1891.1892.1893.1894.
Private Houses.Public Institutions.
Small-pox--7111
Scarlatina109831173168019
Diphtheria1917164463-
Membranous Croup1---1-
Typhoid Fever148122312-
Continued Fever---1--
Puerperal Fever11146-
Cholera---1--
Erysipelas4132231135
Measles13424757913840256
*Acute Diarrhœa----5-
Totals28236975455958381
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The following table shows the number of notified cases in
each parish in the District.

Table G.—Notified cases of infectious disease in 1894, including institutions.

Parishes.Addington.Beddington.Coulsdon.Merton.Mitoham.Morden.Sanders tead.Wallington.W oodmansterne.The District.
Small-pox-112
Scarlatina182175345999
Diphtheria and6650264
Membranous Croup
Typhoid Fever422412
Puerperal Fever3216
Erysipelas3356118
Measles14194832336458
Acute Diarrhœa55
Totals125353420385353664
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*Acute diarrhoea was a notifiable disease for a few weeks in September,
1894.


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