London's Pulse: Medical Officer of Health reports 1848-1972

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Southgate 1943

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Southgate]

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Diphtheria 115
Diphtheria "Carriers" 6
Diphtheria & Whooping cough 1
Dysentery 10
Enteritis 2
Erysipelas 21
Measles 41
Measles & Pneumonia 10
Measles, Mumps & ? Scarlet fever 1
Measles & Otitis media 1
Measles, Pneumonia & Whooping cough 2
Measles & Bronchitis 1
Measles & Encephalitis 1
German Measles 1
Pneumonia 3
Pneumonia & Chicken pox 2
Whooping cough 6
Whooping cough & Otitis media 1
Puerperal pyrexia 4
Baby with Mother 5
Cerebro-spinal meningitis 1
Chicken pox 7
Mumps 7
Scabies 1
Tonsillitis 2
Quinsey 1
Observation cases 21
DEaTHS - Ten deaths took place during the year, as
compared with 8 in 1942. These 10 deaths occurred from
the following causes:
Diphtheria 3
(Southgate patient, aged 16 months)
(Tottenham patient, aged 9 years)
(Tottenham patient, aged 5 years)
Pneumonia 2
(Tottenham patient, aged 10 months)
(Tottenham patient, aged 5 years)
Cerebro-spinal meningitis 1
(Tottenham patient, aged 8 years)
Pneumococcal meningitis 1
(Tottenham patient, aged 5 years)
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