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St James's 1893

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for St James's, Westminster]

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The following table gives a summary of the certified causes of death among persons dying in outlying institutions, but reported as having come from the district of St. James's, Westminster:—

Abscess1
Atrophy1
Brain Disease16
Bronchitis9
Broncho-Pneumonia3
Cancer7
Convulsions (Puerperal)1
Cyst (Abdominal) Ruptured1
Diphtheria9
Dysentery1
Enteritis2
Epilepsy1
Gout2
Haemorrhage (Puerperal)1
Heart Disease10
Hyper-Pyrexia1
Intestinal Obstruction2
Kidney Disease9
Liver Disease1
Neuritis1
Paralysis1
Phthisis29
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During the 25 years, 18C9— 1893 inclusive, the deaths from these Zymotics were 1,471, being an average yearly mortality of 58.84.
The Zymotic deaths registered in the Parish during the year 1893 were 23.
The Table on page 203 shows the Zymotic and some other deaths in each quarter of the year 1893.
All deaths not included in this Table are detailed in Table T., pages 204 to 207.


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