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Leyton 1897

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Leyton]


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22 tables in this report

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    The following is the rainfall for each month in this District:—
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    The following are the Returns of the number of children attending the various Board Schools ano National Schools in the District.
    Cann Hall Ward —
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    Harrow Green Ward—
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    Table I. — B irths for the last 5 years.
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    Table II.— Deaths for the last 5 years.
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    Table III.—Distribution of Deaths.
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    Table IV. —Death-rate for each Quarter.
    1 St.2nd.3rd.4th.
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    Table VI.—Ages at which Death occurred.
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    Table VII.— Death-rate per cent, of Total Deaths.
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    Table VIII.—Chief Causes of Death.
    Under 5 years5 years and over.Total.
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    Table IX.—Number of Deaths and Death-rate per 1,000 of Population from certain causes.
    Phthisis.PneuTnonia and Bronchitis.Heart Disease.Violence.Pt emature Birth.
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    Table X.—Number ok Cases notified.
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    Table XI.—Shewing the Number of Cases of Infectious Disease as thev occurred in the Four Chief Wards of the District.
    Leyton.Leytonstone.Harrtnv Green.Cannhall.Total.
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    Table XII. —Deaths per cent, of Cases Notified (exclusive of Public I nstitutions).
    Number of Cases Notified.Number of Deaths.Percentage Mortality
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    Table XIII.—Deaths from the S even Chief Z ymotic Diseases for the last Five Years, together with the Zymotic Death-rate and Rate of Mortality from all other Diseases.
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    Table XIV.—Notified cases of Scarlet Fever during the past three years, with the mortality per cent.
    Cases Notified.No. of Deaths.Death-rate per cent.
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    Accommodation has been provided for cases of Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria during the whole year, and the following statistics show the number of patients that have been under treatment
    Scarlet Fever.Males.Females.Total.
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    Ages of Patients.
    Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.
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    Scarlet Fever.
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    The following were the chief causes of death:—
    Under 5 Years.5 Years and over.Total.
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    ages at which death occurred.