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Barnes 1963

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Barnes]


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    Infant Mortality Rates:—
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    Table 2.— Vital Statistics of the Borough of Barnes during 1963 and previous 5 Tears
    YearRegistered BirthsTotal Deaths Registered in the District.Transferable DeathsNett Deaths belonging to the District
    TotalLive BirthsOf nonresidents registered in the DistrictOf residents registered outside the DistrictUnder 1 year of ageAt all ages
    NumberRate per 1,000 PopulationNumberRate per 1,000 Population
    NumberRate per 1,000 live birthsNumberRate per 1,000 Population
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    Table 3.— Birth-rate, Death-rate, and Analysis of Mortality from Certain Causes during the Year 1963, with corresponding rates for England and Wales, and for the County of London for comparison.
    AREA AND POPULATIONLive BirthsDeaths (excluding Stillbirths)DEATHS FROMStillbirthsDeaths of Infants under 1 year of age
    Malignant neoplasm lung, bronchusWhooping coughDiphtheriaTuberculosis (all forms)InfluenzaAcute PoliomyelitisPneumoniaCoronary and arteriosclerotic heart disease
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    Table 4 — Causes of Death during the Year 1963.
    Causes of Death (Registrar-General's short list of causes)Total DeathsMaleFemale
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    Table 5. — Infant Mortality during the Year 1963. Causes of death, at various ages, of infants under one year.
    Cause of DeathUnder I Week1-2 Weeks2-3 Weeks3-4 WeeksTotal under 4 W'k'1-3 Months3-6 Months6-9 Months9-12 MonthsTotal under 1 yearDeaths in the BoroughDeaths outside Borough
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    Table 6. — Laundry Service for Incontinent Patients.
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    Table 7.—Notifiable Infectious Diseases, 1953 to 1963.
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    Table 8.—Certain Infectious Diseases: Incidence per 1,000 of the Population in 1963.
    DiseaseBarnesLondon (a.c.)England and Wales
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    Table 9.—Infectious Diseases Notified during the Year 1963.
    DiseasesTotal Cases NotifiedAges, in yearsParishRemoved to Hospital
    Under 1 year1 to 22 to 33 to 44 to 55 to 910 to 1415 to 1920 to 2425 to 3435 to 4445 to 6465and over ,BarnesMortlake
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    Table 10.— Tuberculosis Register.
    Form of DiseaseOn Register 1st Jan., 1963Cases AddedRemoved from RegisterRemaining on Register, 31st Dec. 1963
    Primary Notif'nsOtherwiseRestoredTotalCuredLeft DistrictDeadTotal
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    Table 11. — New Cases and Mortality, 1963.
    Age-PeriodsNew Cases*Deaths
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    Table 12.— IMMUNISATION and VACCINATION. Diphtheria Immunisation.
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    POLIOMYELITIS VACCINATION. Northern Division—Barnes and Richmond.
    Age Group. Year of Birth.Primary Course. Number of Persons who completed a Primary Course of Treatment in 1963.
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    Table 13.—Mass Radiography Service. General Practitioner's Chest X-Ray Service.
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    SECTION 'C'— SANITARY CIRCUMSTANCES OF THE AREA Table 14.—Water Supply—Bacteriological Sampling.
    Type of TestWATER PASSING INTO PUBLIC SUPPLY— Hampton Works.
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    SWIMMING POOL. Table 15.—Summary of Bacteriological Examination.
    Standards.Agar count 1ml. 37°C. 24 hoursSamples SatisfactorySamples Unsatisfactory
    0-1011-100Over 100
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    Table 16.—Infected Rooms and Articles (dealt with by the Council).
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    Table 17.—Pest Control Disinfestations (Dealt with by the Council). Disinfestation by spraying or fumigation was carried out at various premises for the following infestations:—
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    Table 18.—Rodent Control. Summary of work carried out:—
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    Table 19. — Atmospheric Pollution. Volumetric Apparatus.
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    Table 20. — Factories.
    PremisesNumber on RegisterNumber of
    InspectionsWritten noticesOccupiers prosecuted
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    Cases in which DEFECTS were found:—
    ParticularsNumber of cases in which defects were found.Number of cases in which prosecutions were instituted
    To H.M. InspectorBy H.M. Inspector
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    Table 21.—Outworkers.
    Work UndertakenNo. on RegisterNotices Served
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    Table 22.—Other Premises.
    Nature of inspectionNumber of premisesNumber of visitsNotices issued and complied with
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    Table 23.—Housing Inspections.
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    Table 24.—Rent Act, 1957. Applications for Certificates of Disrepair.
    Period ended:—
    Dec. 1957.Dec. 1958.Dec. 1959.Dec. 1960.Dec. 1961.Dec. 1962.Dec. 1963.
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    Table 25.—Food Premises. The following inspections were made in respect of premises where food is handled and distributed:—
    Nature of inspectionNumber of premisesNumber of visitsNotices issued and complied with
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    Table 26. — Sampling of Other Food and Drugs.
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    Table 27.—Unsound Food. The following articles were voluntarily surrendered and destroyed as being unfit for human consumption:— Where quantities are insufficient for salvage all unsound food is collected and disposed of at the Council's Refuse Transfer Station and subsequently buried on a controlled tip.