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East Barnet 1943

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for East Barnet]


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10 tables in this report

  • Page 4
    Vital Statistics.
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    TABLE I. Notifications of Infectious Disease (other than Tuberculosis) received during the year 1943.
    CAUSES.Total Cases Notified.Under 1 year.1—2 years.2—3 years.3—4 years.4—5 years-5—10 years.10—15 years.15—20 years.20—35 years.35—45 years.45—65 years.65 and over.Cases admitted to Hospital.Total Deaths.
  • Page 6
    Ophthalmia Neonatorum.
    Notified.Treatment.Vision Unimpaired.Vision Impaired.Total Blindness.Deaths.
    At Home.InHospital.
  • Page 6
    TABLE II. Causes of, and Ages at, Death during the year 1943.
    CAUSES OF DEATH.All Ages.Under 1 year.1 to 2 years.2 to 5 years.5 to 15 years.15 to 25 }ears.25 to 45 years.45 to 65 years.65 and over.Total Deaths in Public Institutions in District.
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    TABLE III Infantile Mortality, 1943. Net Deaths from stated causes at various ages under 1 year.
    CAUSES OF DEATH.Under 1 week.1—2 weeks.2—3 weeks.3—4 weeks.Total under 4 weeks.1—3 months.3—6 months.6—9 months.9—12 months.Total under 1 year.
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    TABLE IV. Tuberculosis. New Cases and Mortality during 1943.
  • Page 8
    The number and nature of the inspections and visits were as follows :—
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  • Page 12
    The following is a summary of the results of the examinations :—
    Nature of sampleNo. of Samples submitted.Examined for (à) Plate Count (b) b. coli. (c) Methylene blue test, (d) Tubercle b. (e) Phosphatase test.Result of Examination
  • Page 13
    Food Condemned as Unfit for Human Consumption.