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Mitcham 1932

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Mitcham]


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    The birth rates, death rates per 1,000 of population, and the infantile mortality rates for the years 1915-1932 are shown in the following table:—
    Year.Births.Deaths.Infant Mortality.
    MITCHAM.England and WalesMITCHAM.England and Wales.MITCHAM.England and Wales.
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    Deaths Registered during the Year 1932.
    Cause of Death.Males.Females.Total.
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    The following table taken from the Surrey County Volume, Part 1, of the Census, 1931, will give some idea of the local age and condition distribution of the population in this district.
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    During the year 46 deaths were registered as occurring in infants under one year of age:—
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    Birth-rate, Death-rate, and Analysis of Mortality during the year 1932.
    Rate per 1,000 total Populationannual death-rate pee 1000 population.Rate per 1000 Live Births.
    All Causes.Enteric Fever.Small-pox.Measles.Scarlet Fever.Whooping Cough.Diphtheria.Influenza.Violence.Diarrhœa and Enteritis (under Two Years).Total Deaths under One Year.
    Live Births.Stillbirths.
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    Visits paid by Health Visitors, 1932.
    Mrs. Wray.Miss Knight until 13-6-1932.Miss Harris from 13-6 1932.Mrs. Parsons.Miss Burke.Total.
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    Report of the Infant Welfare Centres, 1932.
    Particulars.Western Road Centre, two sessionsWest Centre, four sessionsMeopham Road Centre, four sessionsSt. Barnabas Centre, four sessionsParish Room Centre, two ses-ionsTotal.
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    The following table shows the number of births which have occurred in each year since the opening of the Home:—
    No. of Births.
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    LEGAL PROCEEDINGS. In connection with the administration of the Public Health Acts the following legal proceedings were undertaken during 1932.
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    The following number of samples have been taken during the year from this district:—
    Articles.AnalysedAdulterated or DeterioratedProsecutionsConvio-tions
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    Inspection of Factories, Workshops and Workplaces. Including Inspections made by Sanitary Inspectors.
    Premises.Number of
    Inspections.Written Notices.Prosecutions .
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    Defects found in Factories, Workshops and Workplaces.
    ParticularsNumber of Defects.
    Found.Remidied.Reffered to H.M. Inspector.Number pf Prosecution
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    Outwork in Unwholesome Premises, Section 108.
    Nature of Work.Instances.Notices served.Prosecutions.
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    The monthly incidence of infectious disease was :—
    Small Pox.Scarlet FeverDiphtheriaEnteric FeverErysipelasPneumoniaPuerperal FeverPuerperal PyrexiaOphthalmia NeonatorumEncephalitis LethargicaCerebro-Spinal FeverTotals
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    The following table taken from the 1931 Census will help in considering this question :—
    Area inPopulation.PersonsPersons
    Ward.acres.Males.Females,Total.per acre.per room.
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    Cases of Infectious Disease Notified During the Year 1932.
    Disease.Number of Cases Notified.Total Cases Notified in bach Ward.Total Cases Removed to Hospital.Deaths.
    At all Ages.At Ages—Years.
    Under 1 year.1 and under 2 years.2 and under 3 years.3 and under 4 years.4 and under 5 years.5 and under 10 years.10 and under 15 years.15 and under 20 years.20 and under 35 years.35 and under 45 years.45 and under 65 years.65 and over.North.East.SouthWest.
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    The following table shows the number of deaths from cancer, together with the death rate as compared with England and Wales :—
    Year.Number of Deaths.Death Rate per 1,000 of Population.
    Mitcham.England and Wales.
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    During the year 85 new cases of tuberculosis were notified, viz.:—
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    The total number of deaths registered as occurring from tuberculosis was 40, viz.:—
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    The following table shows the number of new cases, the type of disease and the deaths from tuberculosis during the year.
    Age Periods.New Cases.DEATHS.
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    Patients Admitted to Wandle Valley Hospital During 1932.
    DiseaseBeddington & WallingtonCoulsdon & PurleyMerton & MordenMitchamOther DistrictsStaffTotal
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    Ascertained Cases of Infectious Disease since the Adoption of the Notification Act