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

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East Ham 1940

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

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10.

TABLE I.

medical inspections of children attending public

elementary schools.

A - routine medical inspections.

Number of Inspections in the prescribed Groups: -
Entrants957
Second Age Group1655
Third Age Group1244
Total3836
Number of other Routine Inspections52
Grand Total3888
b - other inspections.
Number of Special Inspections and Re-Inspections1254
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TABLE II.

CLASSIFICATION OP THE NUTRITION OP CHILDREN INSPECTED DURING THE YEAR IN THE ROUTINE AGE GROUPS.

Age-groups.No. of Children InspectedA (Excellent)B (Normal)C (Slightly subnormal)D (Bad)
No.%No.%No.%No.%
Entrants957818.4687090.9060.62--
Second Age- group163517210.51165088.68130.79--
Third Age- group124424319.5399579.9860.48--
Other Routine Inspections521325.003975.00----
TOTAL388850913.09335486.26250.64--
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TABLE III.
BLIND CHILDREN & DEAF CHILDREN.
There are no totally or almost totally blind or deaf
children who are not at the present time receiving education
suitable for their special needs.


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