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Walthamstow 1936

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Walthamstow]

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Birth-rates, Death-rates, Analysis of Mortality, Maternal
Death -rates and Case-rates for certain Infectious Diseases
in the year 1936.

England and Wales, London, 122 Great Towns and 143 Smaller Towns (Provisional figures based on Weekly and Quarterly Returns.)

England and Wales.122 County Boroughs and Great Towns (including London).143 Smaller Towns (Resident Populations 25,000 to 50,000 at 1931 Census).London Administrative County.Walthamstow.
Ratesper 1,000 po pulation.
Births:—
Live14.814.915.013.612.8
Still0.610.670.640.530.40
Deaths:—
All Causes12.112.311.512.59.8
Typhoid and Para-typhoid Fevers0.010.010.000.010.00
Smallpox
Measles0.070.090.040.140.06
Scarlet Fever0.010.010.010.010.00
Whooping Cough0.050.060.040.060.03
Diphtheria0.070.080.050.050.01
Influenza0.140.140.150.140.19
Violence0.520.450.390.520.35
Notifications:—
Smallpox0.000.00
Scarlet Fever2.532.182.482.572.39
Diphtheria1.391.311.261.690.77
Enteric Fever0.060.050.060.060.06
Erysipelas0.400.380.350.440.38
Pneumonia1.111.100.960.991.15
Ratesper 1,000 Live Births.
Deaths under 1 year of age5963556642
Deaths from Diarrhoea and Enteritis under 2 years of age5.98.23.414.46.4
Maternal Mortality:—
Puerperal Sepsis1.40Not available0.58
Others2.411.16
Total3.811.74
Rates per 1,0 00 Total Births (i ,e. Live andStill)
Maternal Mortality:—
Puerperal Sepsis1.34Not available0.56
Others2.311.13
Total3.651.69
Notifications:—
Puerperal Fever3.273.462.803.032.82
Puerperal Pyrexia9.649.527.5711.1516.96
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