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Influenza Encyclopedia

ï~~.,;.r J ". '. ';.. _,.. i -... _ '..r- ' _... AUGUST, 1919 No. 8 BACTERIOLOGICAL LABORATORY Report for Month of July, 19119. Diphtheria Cultures examined For Diagnosis..........................................................Positive 18 Negative 58 For Release...................................................................Positive 74 " Negative 195 For Carriers.................................................................Positive 2 "Ngtv12ri.Fbr City and County FHospitkl..............................................Positive 304 Negative 339 Total 1214 Widals,examined for Typhoid Fever......................................Positive 1 Negative 27 Examination of Dogs for Rabies...............................Positive Lxaiuinations.of sputuni for tubercle bacilli............;....................... 128 1 Tubercle bacilli present..~........................................"....20 'neuxmococci present......L..,........................................... 2 Streptococci present........................................................... 28 Miiarococcus catarrhalis present................................................. 1 Bacillus Anfluenza present......................................................... Urine examined for gonococci..............................................Positive 5 Negative 5 Urine examined for tubercle bacilli.......................................Positive Negative 1 Urine analysis, chemical and microscopical.......".................................... 42 Pus examined for tubercle bacilli.........................................Positive Negative Pus examined for gonococci................................................ Positive 11 } 1 Negative 32 -" Examinations for treponema pallidum........................"Posifive 2 2. Negative 2 Tumors examined for malignancy..................................................8.,A_ Â~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 3~arcoma....... Carcinoma............... 3 Benign tumors............ 5. r. Miscellaneous examoinations. Examination of patlogical tissue............................... 1 Examin.ltion pf spinal fluids........................................................ 1 Tubercle bacilli............ Mleningococcus............ Examination,of exudates.............................................................. lxamlnatlon of pus....................................................................... Blood examined for plas. malarlae and luekocytosis................................" H Blood cultures......:......:...:............:................... 1 Examinations. of. pork' for trichina spiralls.............................. Examinations:for vincents anginia..................................3 Examzinations for arsenic and strychnine............................. Disinfectants' tested.:..........................................:.. Examinations of-mother's milk......1..... Gastrie contents. t Examinations of ice cream.::.. Eamination of milk- for bacterial count and fat........................7. Bacteriological examinations of water:..........................:....0 Bpecial examinations....."":.".". "......""""""."....."....:. " ~~~~~~~Total exam'x ations 1692.i:ir r.. } I 4t= IfL Monthly Bulletin -FTHE BUREAU OF HEALTH -OF THE City of St Paul, Minn. Number oL Death s, 184: Number of Living Births, 374 Number 'of Marriages, 342' t COMPARATIV1'E t.MONTHLY MORTAL ITY. ~szitd~plai - n191,1290,00018 Death gt~e per:1,000 fox' the Month of August, 1919, 0.63 BFSimon,M D Robert IL Hubert, M. 1)., HcaktlsOfficer..DeptHealth Officer

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