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Walthamstow 1910

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Walthamstow]

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TABLE IX.

Small-Pox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Croup.Typhoid.Measles.Whooping Cough.Diarrhoea.Zymotic Enteritis.Total.
19100415022032823104
190901114323046710123
1908011202133622614124
1907022351522765615232
19060215438391811351307
1905017280835315226197
19041142721055328499324
1903061701952342837193
1902206174131423235125
19011133812432613110274
Gastro-Enteritis.
190005717635411027283
189906649193334144309
18980340693924162283
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DEATHS FROM NOTIFIABLE INFECTIOUS
DISEASES.
The deaths under this heading include those arising from Erysipelas
and Puerperal Fever, but exclude those due to Measles, Whooping
Cough and Diarrhœa; with this difference the deaths are those usually
classed as Zymotic.
The deaths under both heads are from "Preventable Diseases," as
in theory all diseases ought to be, and old age the sole cause of death;
but in this connection we only refer to the diseases amenable to Public
Health Administration and due to infection from person to person.
There were 24 deaths registered from these diseases; 14 of them
occurring at the Isolation Hospital.
The deaths are fewer in number by 10 than in the preceding year,
and the mortality from these diseases as compared with previous years
has been very little.
The following table shows these deaths for 1910 and 1909 for the
whole district and for the Wards:—


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