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East Ham 1948

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

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profession. There are quite a number of young dental surgeons
who would prefer to work in the School service but economic
conditions force them into the more lucrative sphere of private
practice.
MEDICAL INSPECTION OF PUPILS ATTENDING
MAINTAINED PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS.

TABLE 36.

A.—Periodic Medical Inspections.
Number of Inspections in the prescribed Groups :
Entrants2,001
Second age group1,443
Third age group489
Total3,933
Number of other Periodic Inspections2,732
Grand Total6,665
B.—Other Inspections.
Number of Special Inspections3,958
Number of Re-inspections9,800
Total13,758
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C.—Pupils found to Require Treatment.

Number of individual pupils found at periodic medical inspections to require treatment (excluding dental diseases and infestation with vermin).

GroupFor defective vision (excluding squint)For any of the other conditions recorded in Table 37ATotal individual pupils
Entrants14514523
Second age group59238281
Third age group232144
Total (prescribed groups)96773848
Other periodic inspections107295384
Grand Total2031,0681,232
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