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Wembley 1961

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Wembley]


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  • Page 7
    CERTAIN VITAL STATISTICS, 1961 from figures supplied by Registrar-General. (Some comparative 1960 figures within brackets.)
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    Infantile Mortality. Deaths of infants under one year of age:—
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    Death rate of infants under one year of age :—
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    Causes of Deaths during the Year.
    Causes of Death.Male.Female.1961. Total.
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    The Principal Causes of Death.
    Disease.Total Number of deaths.
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    SOME OTHER ESSENTIAL LOCAL STATISTICS. Birth Notifications (as supplied by Area Medical Officer).
    Notified by.At home.In Hospital.In Nursing Home.Totals.
  • Page 12
    Infantile Mortality. Deaths from stated causes at various ages under one year.
    Cause of death (extracted from weekly returns of local Registrars, and from inward transfers of Registrar-General).Under 1 week1 — 2 weeks2 — 3 weeks3 — 4 weeks.Total under one month1 — 3 months3 — 6 months6 — 9 months9 — 12 monthsTotal deaths under year
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    Infantile Mortality, 1957-1961.
    Year.Wembley.England & Wales.
  • Page 13
    Maternal Mortality. Rate per 1,000 total births (live and still) 1957-1961:—
    Year.Wembley.England & Wales
  • Page 19
    STATISTICAL APPENDIX B. Monthly incidence of the Infectious Diseases.
  • Page 19
    Winter Respiratory Diseases (October—March).
    Notifications if primary pneumonia and acute influenzal-pneumonia.Death certificates in which respiratory diseases mentioned.
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    Cases of infectious disease notified in Wards and removals to Hospitals.
    Disease.TotalAlpertonCentralChalk hillFryentThe HydeRoe GreenKentonPrestonSudbury CourtSudburyWembley ParkTokyngtonTotal removed to hospitalPercentage of cases removed to hospital
  • Page 21
    Notifications of Selected Infectious Diseases according to sex and age as finally diagnosed.
    Age Group.Poliomyelitis.Menin gococcal infection.Age Group.Encephalitis
    Scarlet Fever.Whoopin Cough.Diphtheria.Measles.Dysentery.Paralytic.Nonparalytic.Acute pneumonia.ErysipelasAcute infective.Postinfectious.Food Poisoning.Typhoid FeverParatyphoid Fever.
    M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.MF.MF.M. F.M.F.M.F.MF.M.F.
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    Non-notifiable Infectious Diseases in School Children. Information obtained from the head teachers :—
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    No. of Notifications.
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    Continued from previous page...
    No. of Deaths.
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    Bacteriological Service (at Central Public Health Laboratory).
    Examinations made.Quarter endingTotal for 12 months.
  • Page 30
    I have included in this year's report a table showing the mean hardness figure for the past two years.
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    Details of the relief schemes are included and, at the completion of these, adequate drainage can be said to be provided throughout the Borough.
    Name.Type.Estimated Expenditure.Remarks.
  • Page 39
    Slaughterhouse. There is one private Slaughterhouse licensed in the Borough. This was discontinued during the War and was brought back into operation in 1952. Particulars of inspections, etc., are as follows :-
    Cattle, excluding Cows.Cows.Calves.Sheep and Lambs.Pigs.
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    Factories. Number of factory premises - 454.
    Number of:-
    Premises.InspectionsWritten Notices.Occupiers Prosecuted.
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    Articles disinfected or destroyed :-
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    The Prevention of Damage by Pests Act, 1949.
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    Laboratory Examinations re Food, Milk and Water.
    Examinations madeQuarter endingTotal for 12 months
  • Page 47
    Food and Drugs Act, 1955. The Middlesex County Council are the Authority for the administration of this Act, and the Chief Officer of the Public Control Department has supplied the following particulars of sampling in Wembley during 1961 :-
    Article.No. taken.Unsatisfactory.