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Leyton 1905

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Leyton]


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28 tables in this report

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    The Rainfall for the year was divided up as follows:—
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    Table I.
    Deaths of Infants under 5 years of age.
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    Table II.
    Cann Hall Ward.Boys.Girls.Infants.Total.
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    Table III.—B irths for the last 5 years.
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    Table IV.—D eaths for the last 5 years.
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    Table V.—Distribution of Deaths.
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    Table VI.—Vital Statistics of 76 Largest English Towns; during 1905.
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    Table VII.—Death Rate for each Quarter.
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    Table VIII.—Deaths Classified with regard to Sex,
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    Table IX.—Ages at which Death Occurred.
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    Table X.—Death Rate per cent. of Total Deaths.
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    Table XI. —Chief Causes of Death.
    Under 5 years.5 years and over.Total.
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    Table XI. ( Cont .)—Chief Causes of Death.
    Under 5 years.5 years and overTotal
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    Table XII.—Number of Deaths and Death-Rate per 1000 of the Population from Certain Causes.
    Phthisisand Tubercular Diseases.Respira- tory Diseases.Heart Disease.Violence.Premature Birth.Diarrhoea.
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    Table XIII.—INFECTIOUS DISEASES (NOTIFICATION) ACT, 1890. The following table shows the number of cases of Infectious Diseases per month notified during the year:-
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    Table XIV.—Number of Cases of Infectious Diseases as they occurred in the Nine Wards of the District, and, the Percentages.
    Leyton.Lea Bridge.Central.Forest.Leyton-stone.Grove Green.Harrow Green.Cann Hall.Wan-stead SlipTotal.
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    Table XV.—Number of Cases Removed to Hospital from each Ward, including cases OCCURRED in West Ham Infirmary, but NOT those imported.
    Disease.Leyton.Lea Bridge.Central.Forest.Leyton-stone.Grove Green.Harrow Green.Cann Hall.Wanstead Slip.
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    Table XVa.—Cases Notified in Whole District (including Cases OCCURRED in West Ham Infirmary), but not THOSE IMPORTED.
    At Ages—(Years).
    At all Ages.Under 1.1 to 5.5 to 15.15 to 25.25 to 65.65 and upwards.
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    Table XVI.—Deaths per Cent. of Deaths notified (exclusive of Public Institutions).
    Cases.Deaths.Percentage mortality.
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    Table XVII.-Deaths from the Nine Chief Zymotic Diseases for the last Six Years together with the zymotic death-rate and rate of mortality from all other disease.
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    Table XVIII.—Probable Causes of Infection.
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    Table XIXa.—Diphtheria and Membranous Croup. The number of notifications received since the adoption of The Infectious Diseases (Notification) Act, 1890, and Deaths and Percentages.
    Year.Population.Number.Deaths.Percentage Mortality
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    Table xx.
    N amber of cases notified.Number of cases treated in Hospital.Percentage of cases treated in Hospital.Number of beds available.Mortality per cent. of cases notified.Mortality per cent. of capes treated in Hospital.
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    T able XXI.
    Year.Notified.In DistrictDeaths In Hospital.Admissions to Hospital.
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    Table XXII.
    Year.Notified.In DistrictDeaths In HospitalAdmissions to Hospital.
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    Cases of Infectious Diseases Removed to Hospital During the Year 1905.
    Notifiable Disease.At Ages—(Years).
    At all Ages.Under 1.1 to 5.5 to 15-15 to 25.25 to 65.65 and upwards.
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    Causes of Death.
    Under 5.Over 5.Total.
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    Forty-eight ventilators have been provided to the Council's sewers from January to December, 1905, distributed in the different Wards, as follows
    Forest.Leyton-stone.Lea Bridge.Leyton.Central.Grove Green.Cann Hall.Harrow Green,Wanstead Slip.Total.