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Croydon 1945

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Croydon]

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VENEREAL DISEASES.
No changes have been made in the Scheme as given in my
Report for 1930.

Attendances at the Croydon Clinic during past10years.

1936.1937.1938.1939.1940.194119421943.1944.1945.
New male patients300395416316187448661239232390
New female patients188184257191202258300489523604
Attendances,male patients7525861073184258299630333932221427585498
Attendances,female patients5226540553653150177215081585402659408848
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Attendances of Croydon patients at various London Hospitals
under General Scheme.
There were 121 new patients, who made a total of 1,030
attendances.
Pathological Examinations at London Hospitals for Croydon
Patients.
543 Examinations were made for various Clinics and 470
examinations of material submitted bv medical practitioners.

Bacteriological Examinations carried out at London Hospitals for Croydon Patients.

Hospital.Detection of SpirochaetesDetection of Gonococci.Wasserman Re-action.Other Exams.Total.
For ClinicFor Prac.For ClinicFor Prac.For ClinicFor Prac.For ClinicFor Prac.
Endell Street, L.C.C.--5-5-5-15
St. Thomas's--45-6S-102-215
South Lon Hos. for Women--841212222132
Royal Free--7-2-8-17
King's College1-46-13---60
Whitechapel Clinic, L.C.C--2-3-8-13
University College---------
Guy's Hospital--271342816528164546
Mothers--2-1-2-5
Seamen's---------
Westminster Hospital1-2-213110
Total2-2201351431681781671013
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