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Richmond upon Thames 1905

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Richmond]

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CASES OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE NOTIFIED DURING THE YEAR 1905.

Notifiable DiseaseCases Notified in whole district.Total Cases Notified in each Ward.No. of Cases removed to Hospital from each Ward.
At Ages—YearsNorth.SouthEast.West.Kew.NorthSouth.East.WestKew.
At all Ages.Under 1.1 to 55 to 1515 to 25.25 to 6565 and upwards.
Diphtheria11. .533....6122..4..22..
Erysipelas231..24142826251........
Scarlet fever46..142066..21411732031042
Typhus Fever1........1..1..................
Enteric fever13..2137..513222..21..
Puerperal fever2......2....11................
Totals9612126182824292213102731472
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Small-pox Hospital—Dock well, Middlesex.
Isolation Hospital- Mogden, Middlesex Joint Hospital Committee.
Two of the above cases of Enteric Fever and the case of Typhus Fever were treated in the Royal Hospital, Richmond
The Workhouse is situated in the South Ward,


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