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Influenza Encyclopedia

ï~~,:-r-L I Under one year-----------------------1' One to five years -------------------- Five to ten ecars -------------------- Ten to thirty year.s----------------- Thirt:'" to sixty years ---------------- Over sixty' years -------------------- Births Reported 21 14 li Cases Reported Week Ending. April 0, 1918 April 13, 1918.,,. l. { "...,t: \learler - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Scarlet F ever - - - - - - - - - - - - - l)rt,it herra - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 t.,i}l1 lever........................-- 'h irris I'utrn~vahi= - - - - - - - - - - 1'hec-pino Cno h - -- - - -- - - -- - - Ccrchro-Spinal Slcrriorzirir ____ _ 1-ralipox - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 'Mum-ps...............................-- Ery"sipelas - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Trachomna -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Gonorrhea - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - inflammation oi the eyes of the new horn_ Acute Anterior Polio-myelitis ______ WVhite male - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - 1 1 White feriale ----------------------- Colored nmale------------------------ t Colored female--------------------- Totals---------------------- 1it 211 7 4 21.7T '9.14 12 Il 1 124 23 2 iS 14 0 0 117 Birth rate---------------------------- '.(7 CINCINNATI SANITARY BULLETIN REPORT OF TUBERCULOSIS DISPENSARY FOR MARCH, 1918 Total cases handled-------------------------------------------- 9461 New home cases visited and registered-----------------------------8 Other cases handled in the homes-------------------------------- 520 Old disp. patients returning-sat re-visit for year ------------------ 1116 Old disp. patients returning-sat re-visit for month------------120 New dispensary patients registered_------------- - - --_______131 Adults Children Male Female Male Female Totals Tuberculous------------ 9 2 0 2, 13 " StagelI------ 2 0 2 6 Stagell----------_5 0 0 0 5 Stage IIIl - 21 0 0 0 " 2 Non-Pulm. ----0 0 Ut 0 0 Non-tuberculous - 13 11 18 31 73 Doubtful--------------- 14 14 9 9 46. Totals------------ 36 27 27 4' 132 New positive cases sent to the Municipal Tuberculosis Sanatorium-- b New positive cases sent to St. Francis Hospital----------------------.1 New positive cases transported_........................ ____. New positive. cases sent to Private Physicians ----------------- New positive cases remaining under care of Anti-Tuberculosts Lg __ 3 Other case-s sent to the Muntcipal; Tuberculosis Sanatorium----__16 Other cases sent to the Ohio State Sanatorium-----__- - _ 1 Other cases sent to the Cincinnati Hospital -_____ Other cases transported _----- ------------ Ohrcases sent to Private Physicians --- ________ Other cases referred to Newport Public Health Nurse-____-_ " Total numnber of nurses'.home visits 8a2___----------- Total, number of nurses' home visits__ -------------- ----195 Total number of other investigator's visits_--------------------- 15' Total number of visits of patients to dispensary_-----------------503 Sources of Reference of New Dispensary Patients Anti--Tuberculosis League---------------------- ------------- 48.:'Associated Charities ------------------------------ 2 -Bureau of Catholic Charities-------------------------------1 Board %of Health -------- ----------------------------------------- 1 Cincinnati. Polyclinic ------------------------------ 1 Children's Home-------------------------5,. Churches---------------------------------------- ----------- 1 District Physicians _-------------------------------3 Foreigners' Christian Home --------------------------- ------- 2 juvenilACor ---------------- --------------------------------- Other patients.----_____r____--_-------------- -------------------19 Other:sources------------_---------------- - ----_21 *Private E'hystcians -------------------------------------------- ScholNuse--------------------------------------- ---1 VisitingNurse. Association ______1------ Red- Cross Society---------------------------------------- ---- 3 Number of-school lectures given------------------------------- 99 Number, of pupils r ched through these lectures__--------------_9600: 1! F a. t;. 'a dt t P 1. j/ f.., t r "L/ '! k p 2g'1E CINCINNATI Eaited at the Oinelnnaei 5osotte. at tactusti, Oo, a..eeos4-ealIm.matter VOL -1 -APRIL 25,..1918 No: 50 THE 1918 DEATH RATE to= all 'arts of -houses, offices andother. platces of -business. The -death rate IflGInefa High funads' are almost: invari -nailsm c6.'thefirst of:aur bly f ollo edhby an: increased is. not sipleasitig9-ting to "conf prevalence of respiratory dis-. template:Compared with =the:eases.ThieepIden ice of. grippe ' same.period:of 1917,:;we haye nowv-prevailing i -certainlyc w hnrdmredah r, had to hunred ore daths l' el uei to, dissenaton than:.4e lhad last:tear -Y' - of infected street dust hy: high They death s during D~ecemn indls.Reduction in car'sereh er, A"117rantd - Jaime' ~.aid;'ice has.'aided by, irircasing Ferury;,"1918, we c deli-.Vcontiict: - -ylower than for. they 6ir' -.Typhoid; fever' canhe eliah sponding period the preceding mnatedthiroug h- purifcation of 1ear. All will recall that, this- milk and, water supplies and was a period of unprecedttnt- by the. immunization. con ed cold and snow fall. 'in the ferredj- through. vaccination.. latter condition.may. reside Sall pox can he controlled the explanation,.for a thick- by wide-spread vaccination layer:of.-:snow=. practically: and: revaccination. eliminated: street 'dust: for a A large. measure of control period of three -months and it can bie secured against (iphs:was during.' this period that _:theria and scarlet fever: hut deaths from, respiratory.(118- La Grippe or Influenza seems' eases were unusually low.. ' to laugh, at all efforts to. pre,! Since the snow disappeared,..crihe its spread. andh winds have. prevailed Thirty.-five deaths ' were adstreet. dust has penetrated, caused by' pneumonia last I I,::.:

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