the amount of money spent seems excessive; in "the administration" of
the Hospital, it has been spent judiciously, and the public have had
value for their money; and if Diphtheria can be kept within reasonable
limits and its death rate of 1 in 8 reduced, your Authority need have no
I have received the following Report from Dr.
Cameron, the Resident Medical Officer at the
There were 226 patients admitted during the year 1902.
Of these, 139 were sent in as Scarlet Fever, 85 as Diphtheria, and 2
as Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria.
The following table gives the number each month: -
|Scarlet Fever.||Diphtheria.||Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria.||Total.|
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The average number of patients in Hospital for the year 1902 was as