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Plumstead 1895

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Plumstead]


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17 tables in this report

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    TABLE A.
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    ENTERIC FEVER. A.—Cases Occurring Each Week of the Epidemic.
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    B.—Sex and Age Distribution.
    Cases.Deaths. Male and Female.Deaths. Per cent. of cases.
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    TABLE I. Summary of Statistics for 1895, compared with Registration London.
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    TABLE II. Births & Deaths, for each Quarter of the Year, corrected for Deaths in Union and Outlying Hospitals
    BirthsDths.Under 1 year1 and under 55—1515—2525—65Over 65Under 5Over 5Under 5Over 5Under 5Over 5Under 5Over 5Under 5Over 5
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    (A) TABLE III. Table of DEATHS during t`he Year 1895, in Plumstead Parish, classified according to D iseases , A ges , and Localities
    Names of Localities adopted for the purpose of these Statistics; public institutions being shown as separate localities. (a)Mortality From all causes, at subjoined ages.(i)Mortality from subjoined causes, distinguising Deaths of Children under five years of age.
    At all ages.Under 1 year.1 & under 5.5 & under 15.15 & under 25.25 & under 65.65 & upwards.123456789101112131415161718192021
    (a)(b)(C)(d)(e)(f)(g)(h)Smallpox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Membranous Croup.Typhus.Enteric or TyphoidContinuedRelapsing.lPuerperal.Cholera.Erysipelas.MeaslesWhooping Cough.Diarrhœa & Ovsenterv.Rheumatic Fever.Phthisis.Bronchitis, Pneumonia and PleurisyHeart Disease.Injuries.Ail Other Diseases.Total.
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    TABLE IV. Table of POPULATION, BIRTHS, AND OF NEW CASES OF INFECTIOUS SICKNESS, coming to the (B) knowledge of the Medical Officer of Health, during the year 1895, in the Parish of Plumstead; classified according to D iseases , A ges , and L ocalities.
    Names of Localities adopted for the purpose of these Statistics, public Institutions being shown as separate localities.Population at all Ages.Registered Births.Aged under 5 or over 5.New Cases of Sickness in each Locality, coming to the knowledge of the medical Officer of Health.Number of such Cases Removed from their Homes in the several Localities for treatment in isolation hospital.
    Census 1891.Estimated to middle of 1894.123456789101112123456789101112
    Fevers.oj Fevers.
    Smallpox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Merabranous Croup.Typhus.Enteric or Typhoid.Continued.Relapsing.Puerperal.Cholera.Erysipelas.Total.Smallpox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria,Membranou Croup.Typhus.Enteric or Typhoid.Continued.Relapsing.Puerperal.Cholera.Erysipelas.Total.
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    TABLE V. Ages, Schools and other particulars of the cases of SCARLET FEVER AND DIPHTHERIA.
    Total with 1 Case only.Houses with 2 Cases.Houses with 3 Cases.Houses No. with to 4 Cases. Hospital
    Under 11 to 55 to 1010 to 20Over 20Males.Females
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    N umber of P atients A ttending E ach S chool.
    Aucona RoadEarl Street.Vicarage RoadPlumstead Road.Purrett Road.Bloomfield RoadThe SladeBurrage Grove.Church Terrace.Eglinton RoadHigh Street.Conway Road.Knee Hill, Abbey WoodPlum Lane.Other Schools.
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    TABLE VI. Summary of the Vital Statistics of the Parish of Plumstead, 1885-1895.
    Year.Estimated Population middle of year.Births.Deaths.Annual Rate per 1000 living.Deaths from Principal Zymotic DiseasesSmallpox.Measles.Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Whooping CoughTyphus.Enteric Fever.Simple and Undefined Fever.Diarrhoea.Deaths of Children under year of age to 1000 births.
    Births.Deaths.Principal Zymotic Diseases.
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    TABLE VII. Analysis of the Vital and Mortal Statistics of the Sanitary Districts Institutions during
    SANITARY AREAS.Estimated Population middle of 1895.Births.Deaths.Annual Rate per 1,000 living.Deaths from Principal Zymotic Diseases
    Births.Deaths.Principal Zymotic Diseases.
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    TABLE VII.—( Continued). of the Metropolis, after Distribution of Deaths occurring in Public the Year 1895.
    Small Pox.Measles.Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Whooping Cough.Typhus.Enteric Fever.Simple and undefined Fever.Diarrhœa.Phthisis.Deaths of Children under 1 year of age to 1.000 births.
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    TABLE VIII. Abstract from Mortuary Register for 1895.
    Date.Age.Sex.Inquest or No.Post Mortem or No.Cause of Death.
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    TABLE IX. Return respecting the Vaccination of Children born in the Woolwich Union Districts, in the year 1894.
    Sub-Districts.Number of Births Registered from Jan. 1st to Dec. 31st, 1894.Successfully Vaccinated.Insusceptable of Vaccination.Had Smallpox.Dead Unvaccinated.Postponed by Medical Certificate.Gone away, address not known.Other Causes.
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    TABLE X. Summary of Nuisances abated, Notices served, and General Work of the Sanitary Department for 12 months, ended 31st December, 1895:—
    Inspections and Results.Special in both Districts.Total.
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    TABLE X.— continued.
    Inspections and Results.Special in both Districts.Total.
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