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Surbiton 1896

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Surbiton]


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7 tables in this report

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    The following table serves to differentiate these returns between the various localities forming the Urban District:—
    DistrictsEstimated Pop. 1896DeathsDeath RateBirthsBirth Rate
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    Extract from Notification Book.
    Scarlet FeverDiptheria & Memb. CroupEnteric FeverPuerperal FeverErysipelasContin. FeverSmall PoxTotals
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    The following table records some facts in connection with the diphtheria cases of this and former years.
    Houses invaded.Cases.Deaths.Average Age per case.Case mortality per cent.
  • Page 11
    The following table refers to cases admitted since we had the right to send patients.
    Scarlet FeverDiphtheria.Typhoid.Small Pox.Erysipelas.Total.
  • Page 11
    1895 and 220 in 1894. The total number of deaths were 22. The distribution of patients and deaths were :—
    DistrictAdmitted.Relieved.Unrelieved.Died.Remaining in Hospital 1st Jan. 1897.
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    (A) TABLE OF DEATHS during the Year 1896, in the Surbition Uraban District, classified to Diseases, Ages, and Localities.
    Names of Localities adopted for the purpose of these Statistics; public institutions being shown as separate localities.Mortality from all Causes, at Subjoined Ages.Mortality from Subjoined Causks, Distinguishing Deaths of Children under Five Years of Age.
    At all ages.Under 1 year.1 and under 5.5 and under 1515 and under 2525 and under 6565 and upwardsScarlatina.Diphtheria.Enteric or Typhoid Fever.Puerperal Fever.Measles.Whooping Cough.Diarrhoea and Dysentery.Phthisis.Bronchitis, Pueuinonia and Pleurisy.Heart Disease.Injuries.All other Diseases.Total.
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    (B) TABLE OF POPULATION, BIRTHS, and of NEW CASES OF INFECTIOUS SICKNESS, coming to the knowledge of the Medical Officer of Health, during the year 1896, in the Surbiton Urban District; classified according to Diseases, Ages, and Localities.
    Names op Localities adopted for the purpose of these Statistics ; Public Institutions beiug 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 1896.Smallpox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Enteric or Typhoid.Continued.Puerperal.Erysipelas.Smallpox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Enteric or Typhoid.Continued.Puerperal.Erysipelas.