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Walthamstow 1933

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Walthamstow]

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TABLE IX.—Birth-rates, Death-rates and Analysis of Mortality in the Year 1933.

England and Wales, 118 County Boroughs and Great Towns, and 132 Smaller Towns.

(Provisional figures. The rates for England and Wales and for London, have been calculated on a population estimated to the middle of1933,but those for the towns have been calculated on populations estimated to the middle of1932.

Rate per 1,000 Total Population.Annual Death-bate per 1,000 Population.Rate per 1,000 Live BirthsPercentage of Total Deaths.
All Causes.Typhoid and Para-typhoid Fever.Smallpox.Measles.Scarlet Fever.Whooping CoughDiphtheria.Influenza.Violence.Diarrhoea and Enteritis (under 2 years)Total Deaths under 1 year.Certified by Registered Medical PractitionersInquest Cases.Certified by Coroner after P M. No Inquest.Uncertified Causes of Death.
Live BirthsStill-Births
England and Wales14.40.6212.
118 County Boroughs and Great Towns including London14.40.6712.
132 Smaller Towns Estimated Resident Populations 25,000 to 50,000 at Census 1931)14.50.6311.
Puerperal Sepsis.Others.Total.
The maternal mortality rates for England and Wales were as follows:Per 1,000 Live Births1.792.634.42
„ „ Total Births1.712.524.23
„ „ „ Walthamstow „ „„ „ Total Births4.01.15.1
„ „ Live Births4.11.25.3