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Influenza Encyclopedia

ï~~ Dogs' brains for Negri bodies-Positive Yegativv 1: DoubtfulI Sero-diagnosis of syphilfs-Posirive ': 'Negative 2---__------- Urine (Chemical and Miscro copicK ----------------__----- Blood film for Plasmodium Maa-N arv Pus smear for Tubercle Bacil- tti \: e. ai.-e t__ Blood Cultures----------------------------------------- " Pet Cultures------------------ -- ------- ----. Human Milk-fat percent-.; I.rcen:: '_.:,pe-cer::,'ercent Cow's Milk-Miscroscopic exan::r.atss---------------------___ Pu_,smears-Miscellaneous ________-_______-- A vaccine was exar rt 1n.' t:'e: r::s- cw:-:her 0all an isms were dead. Nine specimens oi co;:r: a:-wrr- -u i:::tre'Ifor cxamination for Tetanus Bac:f:-ali tr e-u~t?neoative. Total Miscellaneou- exar-:ra::.-__________ Total examination: ___ 4 4 54 42.. INFECTIOUS AND CONTAGIOUS DISEASES Cases Reported Week Ending Aug. 4, 1917 Aug. 11, 1917 Mca~lc ------------------------ 1 3 Scarlet Fever------------------------------------- 2 rlijththteria---------------------------------6G 7 *Evphoi-d Fever-_------------------------3 Phthisis Pulimonalis ------------------------ 2 \Whooping Cough---------------------------------1725 l ercltrj.Spina-------it--------------------- Smrallpox----------------------------------- 11 \fuirps--------------------------- Erysipelas----------------------------- Trachoma------------------------- Gonorrhea------------------------------ 4-1 inflammiation of the eve; of the new born-- n 1 Syphilis - - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - Acute. Atitericr l'lic-rnelitis----------e1 Respectfully submitted. LOUIS \MARIKLE, M. D., Bacteriologist. 1I CINCINNATI SANITARY BULLETIN STATEMENT 'OF MORTALITY (Population, July 1, 1916, 4t0,706.) 497 Week Ending Aug. 12, "1916 Total deaths, all causes, ex. still births.. 1133 Death rate per annum per 1,000 pop.----19.62 Measles ------------ ----- 0 Typhoid Fever------------- _---------- 3 Scarlet Fever --------------------- 0 Whooping Cough------------------------ 0 Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis-----------------o0 Diphtheria------------------------------U Tuberculosis ------_---------- 25 Pneumonia. Diarrhoea (under two years)------------- 16 Influnsza - - -- -- -- - - - - - - - Acute Anterior Polio-myelitia Classified.by-'Age Under one. year __-_ 25 One*' to five years'............. Five to ten years Ten to.thirty" years -------, 26 Thirty' to' sixty years ---------- 5 Over sixty years, -- -_.4 Week Ending Aug. 4, 1917 128 16.26 0 0 1 0 1 21 3 - 18 7..3 20. 45. 35. 'F Y: C Aug. 11, 1917 120 0" 1 0. 0. 1. 16 2. 21 18 6 12 50 32 83..81 8..7 *179 22.74 J b )"7 CINCINNATI t Uied at 0the asaati PostsIflsat'. ssias5S.hIe; si-q.ee dcl matier ~VpL1 AGU$T23 91 ~No. 16..PL AYING' THE 0AM SAFE,emnpl oyees:Small business con= ceris S hould -do'lleie During 1Az 'unusual=prevalence of small fh' is ia p odwecn'o po:. Oioduinrhe.yulre - ford ito: Jose--the services of any. - ya, popt zus f? s. a w r mess over ta.prescribed quaran in (avor n:of vaccina ion To date tie sma ll ox tweny-ose c~ss o 5I1~l ~O GIcing,again at the histories, V. have een:reporte xs1..ina jat.-:ire''hna thast 'a little:: over:half of We."e i o bzajarste, ti: rer o."za'r 'k cases'.. "'-" o ccurred aong colored number;:but= itsho sl4 p..as, on:people sother= wordfvpe our guard - ':::: cent "::of:;.our.':total: population: For. a: mom enttldt?1us =refer to -.contributed fifty two'percent f the: history of'these' patients te:cases,=:We -note,':too,'that. Eighteen, or eighty-five.percent, Quite 'afew. of the cases were ins had never.been.vacciziated:;< Two ported;:that pis. occurred among patent afiredtha tey?had: colored: people hailing from the bieen. vaccinated fourteen - years: South: before;the: onset, and a::third some The. ministers, doctors, editors, r fityyersag..' and organizations who are trying Vaccination: is. the 'best.defense to advise and place colored fami-. against: small pox: With a: well' lies, should. recommend inmediate,. vaccinated-population; we need vaccination.:'Vaccination is not not fear an;invasion'-.during, the compulsory in the:South,' and the winter months. One..successful, colored man-knows -very, little take" des -not- necessarily.con about self:protection against small; * fer. an immunity. for life: We:. pox 'We are" in a position to offer should all, from "time to time, test gratuitous vaccination "to. those out our.immunity by re-vaccina-" who-'can nidt afford' to 'pay for tion this. service. Colored,people: may Captains of: industry should " in-:'apply at the offices 'of, our' district sist upon.the. vaccination" of "all..physicians. Births Reported White male -- --------- ------ --------88.8 Wiefml----------- htfea. - -------------- s o 8 Coloredl male ------ ----------- ------. 3. 9..: Colored female t __- 4. 7. Totals --- ------- 144 18 Birth -rate----- ------------------ -18.48.5''2300

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