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Walthamstow 1936

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Walthamstow]

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PUERPERAL FEVER AND PYREXIA INCIDENCE, 1936 (Excluding Maternity Home).

No. of Case.Fever or Pyrexia.Date of Notification.Date Notification Received.Age.Ward.Facilities requisitioned as per notification.Date of Birth or Miscarriage.Onset of Pyrexia.Date removed to Hospital.Remarks.
1Fever21.1.3622.1.3626Hoe StreetAll facilities available9.1.3611.1.3615.1.36Notified from Hospital.
2Fever9.3.3610.3.3626Hoe Street„ „3.3.366.3.368.3.36Due to inverted uterus. Notified from Hospital.
3Pyrexia10.3.3614.3.3621Wood Street„ „28.2.368.3.36Not removedDue to Measles.
4Fever22.4.3623.4.3628St. James StreetSecond opinion and removal to Hospital18.4.3619.4.3621.4.36
5Pyrexia4.9.365.9.3629High StreetRemoval to Hospital28.8.363.9.364.9.36Due to Sapraemia.
6Fever15.9.3616.9.3632Hale EndAll facilities available12.9.3614.9.3615.9.36Due to prolonged labour and poor physique.
7Pyrexia23.9.3624.9.3630Hoe Street„ „7.9.3622.9.36Not removedDue to Mastitis.
8Pyrexia16.11.3618.11.3629Hoe Street„ „7.11.369.11.36In HospitalDue to urinary infection. Notified from Hospital.
9Fever5.12.367.12.3626Hoe Street„ „23.11.3628.11.36do.Due to Post-Partum Haemorrhage. Notified from Hospital.
10Pyrexia23.12.3624.12.3642Wood StreetSecond opinion8.12.3624.12.3624.12.36Due to Phlebitis.
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