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Beddington and Wallington 1961

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Beddington and Wallington]


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    The following table, supplied by the Registrar-General, gives the causes of death of residents in the Borough during 1961:
    Causes of DeathMalesFemalesTotal
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    The following table shows the principal causes of death with the rate per cent. of total deaths:
    Cause of DeathNumber of DeathsRate per cent. of Total Deaths
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    VIOLENCE AND ACCIDENT Details of all deaths under this heading are as follows:
    Cause of DeathMaleFemaleTotal
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    The following table gives the age and cause of death of each infant who died:
    AgeSexCause of Death
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    The number of attendances recorded at the four clinics during the year was as follows:—
    Number attendingTotal attendances
  • Page 22
    Visits during the year were made as follows:
    First visitsTotal visits
  • Page 23
    Dental. The year's work at the Dental Clinic, which provided for school children and children below the age of five years, as well as nursing and expectant mothers, is summarised in the following table:
    No. of CasesExtractionsFillingsScaling & Gum TreatmentProvision of Dentures
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    The following table gives details of attendances:
    Total attendances
    IrradiationsCorrective treatmentsRelaxation Exercises
  • Page 24
    The following table gives the number of children residing in the Borough who were known to be immunised in both age groups.
    0-5 years5-15 yearsTotal 0-15 years
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    The following is a summary of the persons who had been vaccinated by the end of the year:
    Two InjectionsThree Injections
  • Page 29
    Sixty-nine samples of milk were submitted for examination. The results of the tests are set out below:
    DesignationNo. of SamplesMethylene Blue TestPhosphatase TestTurbidity Test
  • Page 30
    Thirty-two samples of ice cream were procured and submitted for bacteriological examination. The results are set out in the following table:—
    TypeNo. of SamplesMethylene Blue Test
    Grade 1Grade 2Grade 3Grade 4
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    The following table gives details of samples submitted for analysis during the year: Totals 1961
    ArticlesNo. ExaminedAdulteratedProsecutionsConvictions
  • Page 34
    Part I of the Act Inspections for purposes of provisions as to health (including inspections made by Public Health Inspectors)
    PremisesNumber on RegisterNumber of
    InspectionsWritten noticesOccupiers prosecuted
  • Page 34
    Part VIII of the Act Outwork
    Nature of WorkSection 110Section 111
    No. of outworkers in August list required by Sect. 110 (1) (c)No. of cases of default in sending lists to the CouncilNo. of prosecutions for failure to supply listsNo. of instances of work in unwholesome premisesNotices servedProsecutions
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    Cases in which Defects were found
    ParticularsNumber of cases in which defects were foundNumber of cases in which prosecutions were instituted
    To H.M InspectorBy H.M. Inspector
  • Page 37
    PREVENTION OF DAMAGE BY PESTS ACT, 1949 Report for 12 months ending 31st December, 1961
    Type of Property
    Local AuthorityDwelling HousesBusiness (& other premises)TotalAgricultural
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    SEWER RAT CONTROL During the year, two maintenance treatments were carried out. These were during the months of April/May and September. The results are summarised below:
    Apr./May TreatmentSeptember Treatment
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    The following table shows the incidence of infectious disease in the Borough in 1961, the number of cases removed to hospital and the number of deaths attributed to these diseases, excluding Tuberculosis:
    DiseaseNumber NotifiedRemoved to Hospital† Deaths
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    Cases of Infectious Disease Notified During the Year 1961 (excluding Tuberculosis)
    DiseaseTotal Number of CasesNumber of Cases Notified At Ages—YearsNumber of Cases Notified in each WardCases removed to HospitalDeaths (including deaths of residents outside the Borough)
    Under 1 year1 to 2 years2 to 5 years5 to 10 years10 to 15 years15 to 25 years25 to 45 years45 to 65 years65 and overBeddingtonWallington
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    The Monthly Incidence of Infectious Disease, 1961 (excluding Tuberculosis)
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    The following table gives the number of new cases notified during the past five years: New Cases
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    Annual case rate per 1,000 of the estimated population:
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    The following table gives the number of deaths from this disease during the past five years: Deaths
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    Age PeriodsNew CasesDeaths
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    The new cases were distributed amongst the Wards as follows: