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TABLE II. REPORTED CASES OF TEN NOTIFIABLE DISEASES WITH TOTAL CASE RATES PER 1,000 POPULATION, OHIO CITIES,

JANUARY, 1918.

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Alliance*
Ashland
Ashtabula
Athens
Barberton
Bellaire
Bellefontaine
Bellevue
Bowling Green*
Bucyrus
Cambridge
Canton
Chillicothe
Cincinnati
Circleville
Cleveland
Columbus
Conneaut
Coshocton*
Dayton
Defiance
Delaware
Delphos
Dover
East Cleveland
East Liverpool
Elyria
Findlay
Fostoria
Fremont
Galion*
Gallipolis
Greenville
Hamilton
Ironton*
Jackson*
Kenton*
Lakewood
Lancaster
Lima
Lorain
Mansfield
Marietta
Marion*
Martins Ferry
Massillon

.742 11.633

.990 14.221

.844 .148

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1.224
11.712

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.262 11.794

.4731 11.450

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.450 13.564

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TABLE II. REPORTED CASES OF TEN NOTIFIABLE DISEASES WITH TOTAL CASE RATES PER 1,000 POPULATION, OHIO CITIES,

JANUARY, 1918 — Concluded.

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.990

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Middletown
Mt. Vernon
Nelsonville
New Philadelphia
Newark
Niles
Norwalk
Norwood
Painesville
Piqua
Portsmouth
Ravenna
St. Bernard
St. Marys
Salem
Sandusky
Sidney
Springfield
Steubenville
Tiffin
Toledo
Troy*
Urbana
Van Wert
Wapakoneta
Warren
Washington C. H..
Wellston
Wellsville
Wooster*
Xenia
Youngstown*
Zanesville

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* Reports from Ironton, Marion and Wooster were delinquent and from Alliance, Coshocton. Galion. Troy and Youngstown were incomplete to date of February 15th. Bowling Green. Jackson and Kenton reported no cases of notifiable diseases during January.

TABLE III. REPORTED CASES OF SMALLPOX BY COUNTIES,

OCTOBER,, 1917 — JANUARY, 1918.

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Adams
Allen
Ashland
Ashtabula
Athens
Auglaize
Belmont
Brown
Butler
Carroll
Champaign
Clark
Clermont
Clinton
Columbiana
Coshocton
Crawford
Cuyahoga
Darke
Defiance
Delaware
Erie
Fairfield
Fayette
Franklin
Fulton
Gallia
Geauga
Greene
Guernsey
Hamilton
Hancock
Hardin
Harrison
Henry
Highland
Hocking
Holmes
Huron
Jackson
Jefferson
Knox
Lake

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11 1351 281 31 11 51

91 421 251

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2 1091 206 361 99 43

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Lawrence Licking Logan Lorain Lucas Madison Mahoning Marion Medina Meigs Mercer Miami Monroe Montgomery Morgan Morrow Muskingum Noble Ottawa Paulding Perry Pickaway Pike Portage Preble Putnam Richland Rose Sandusky Scioto Seneca Shelby Stark Summit Trumbull Tuscarawas Union Van Wert. Vinton Warren Washington Wayne Williams Wood Wyandot

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. 81 11. 21 171 381 151 121 2171

42 361 351

2 2 4 111 15

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11 1 7 61 61 41 23 1 11. 41 781 29 1051 216

2 2 99 1501 951 64 408

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DIVISION OF PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION

AND TUBERCULOSIS

Summary for January, 1918
Educational Work
Literature distributed — pieces

2,174 Literature distributed — subjects covered

25 Lectures delivered

5 Newspaper publicity stories issued To entire state list of 600 papers.

.3 To smaller groups of papers.

.4 Pamphlets prepared

5 Number of Ohio Public Health Journals issued.

1 Exhibit ...

(In storage)

Public Health Nursing Service

Local Field Activities. The following public health nurses were appointed during the month: Miss Nora J. Viets, Chicago, in charge of public health nursing work of the Bureau of Community Service, Portsmouth; Miss Eva Johnson, public health nurse, Marietta; Miss Annie J. Cunningham, public health nurse, Bellefontaine.

126

Prevention of Blindness
Number of cases reported

White
Colored
Unknown

116

7
3

Male
Female
Unknown

62 61

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Reported by physicians and midwives.
Reported by physicians

42 Reported by midwives

47 Reported by nurses

26 Reported by institutions

Reported by laymen
Instructions to health officers by telephone.

1 Number of cases investigated by department. Number of cases provider with nursing care.

1 Number of cases reported as having impaired vision.

1 Total loss of vision of one eye with partial loss of vision of other eye.. 1 Admissions and Discharges

Of the 232 notifications received (see table below) 150 were referred for investigation and report to local health nurses; 4 were reported to other State Departments; I referred to local health officer ; 23 were investigated by Division nurses; 28 were found whose histories were not obtainable, and 26 were pending investigation.

Of the 34 cases pending investigation January 1, were investigated by Division nurses, i by local nurse. Twenty-six new pending cases were added, making a total of 48 cases pending investigation February 1, 1918.

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NOTIFICATION OF TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS AND DISCHARGES
RECEIVED BY THE DIVISION OF TUBERCULOSIS, STATE DEPARTMENT
OF HEALTH, DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1918.

Total No.

Total No. No. of Vo. of Admissions Institution.

Patients Admis- Dis- and Dis

Reported. sions. charges. Discharges. Ohio State Sanitorium.

60
33

66 Butler County Sanitorium.

3
3
1

4 Franklin County Sanitorium.

29
22
15

37 Lucas County Tuberculosis Hospital.. 36

19
24

43 Dayton District Hospital..

11

3

12 Lima District Hospital..

8
5
4

9 Springfield District Hospital.

9
7
2

9 Springfield Lake Sanitorium.

40
23

20 Rocky Glen Sanitorium.

6
2

4 St. Anthony's Hospital.

3 Total

205

123 109 232 Discharged Tuberculous Soldiers Number of notifications received

229 Number of cases referred to public health nurses.

162 Number of reports received from public health nurses. Number of cases written directly..

67 Number of replies received..

8* Number of cases visited by division nurse. Number of cases admitted to hospitals.

1 Number of cases not found.....

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DIVISION OF LABORATORIES

Summary for January, 1918
Examinations
BACTERIOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS:

Tuberculosis, pos. 95, neg. 262..
Diphtheria, pos. 82, neg. 282, susp. 16.
Typhoid, pos. 8, neg. 29, susp. 6..
Rabies, pos. 10, neg. 3, susp. 2.
Water
Miscellaneous

357
380
43
15
91
1

887

Total
CHEMICAL SAMPLES:

Water
Miscellaneous
Sand

9 10 0

19

Total .......
SAMPLES SUBMITTED BY STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE:
Foods

74
Drugs

21 Fertilizers

6 Stock Foods

19 Limestones

2

Total
SAMPLES FROM STATE LIQUOR LICENSING BOARD ..

122

1

Grand total

1029 These figures are comparatively small due to the fact that we receive notification of discharge before the man has left his military camp and a necessary lapse of time occurs until he shows up in his home.

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