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West Ham 1946

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

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DAGENHAM AND LANGDON HILL SANATORIA.
The following report has been supplied by Dr. G. M. Mayberry,
B.A., L.A.H., L.R.C.P., the Medical Superintendent: —
DAGENHAM SANATORIUM. At the end of 1945 the
number of patients remaining under treatment was: —
Males 60
Females 43—103
The total admissions during 1946 were: —
Males 70
Females 59—129
The number of deaths was: —
Males 26
Females 23— 49
Discharges during the year totalled: —
Males 69
Females 62—131
Remaining in on 31st December, 1946: —
Males 35
F'emales 17— 52

The grades of cases discharged and the results of treatment were as follows: —

T.B. MinusT.B. plus Grade I.T.B. plus Grade II.T.B. plus Grade III.Total
MALES176291365
Quiescent114150
Improved62145
No material improvement0008
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Four cases were in residence for less than four weeks and not classified. One case was non-tuberculous.

FEMALES96261657
Ouiescent5262
Improved44209
No material improvement0005
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Three cases were in residence for under four weeks and not
classified. Two were non-tuberculous.

The following Extra-District cases were admitted during the year:—

EssexMales4
Females1—5
SurreyMales0
Females1—1
East HamMales1
Females0—1
Seamen's SocietyMales1
Females0—1
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