Report of the Surgeon-General, United States Army, to the Secretary of War

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Rate of discharge for permanent disability in United States Army American troops per 1000 mean strength by decennial periods 18201909 and singl...
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strength by decennial periods 18701909 and single years 19101917
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Noneffective rate in United States Army Am rican troops per 1000 mean 7 Death rate in Army officers and enlisted men all stations by months
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classified by race for the decade 19081917
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men classified by race for the decade 19081917
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Rate of discharge for permament disability in United States Army enlisted 11 Death rate in Army enlisted men by location of command for States in ...
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Death rate in United States Army enlisted men by location of command for groups of States 1917
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Health of United States Army American troops classified by age 1905
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Health of United States Army American troops classified by length of
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Death rate of United States Army American troops from diseases and from external causes 19071917
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Number and per cent of deaths from the main diseases United States Army enlisted men 1916 and 1917
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Mobilization of the Army
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Rejections and physical examinations at camps
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseas s Camp Devens
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Upton
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Meade
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Lee
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Taylor
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Sherman
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Custer
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Grant
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Dodge
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Funston
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Lewis
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Jackson
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Gordon
82
Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Pike
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Travis
87
Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Wadsworth
90
Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Sevier
91
Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Hancock
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Wheeler
94
G Activities of the Medical DepartmentContinued
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Sheridan
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp McClellen
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Shelby
100
Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Beauregard
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Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Doniphan
106
Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp MacArthur
107
Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Logan
109
Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Bowie
110
Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Cody
114
Admissions and deaths infectious diseases Camp Kearney
115
Total admissions from September to December 1917 inclusive from lute numbers
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Total admissions from September to December 1917 inclusive from por 1000 mean strength
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selected infectious diseases by camps United States enlisted men ratics 50 Total deaths from September to December 1917 inclusive from selected bers
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Total deaths from September to December 1917 inclusive from selected 1000 mean strength
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Admissions by camps and months 1917 for selected infectious diseases United States enlisted men
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Total admissions deaths and case mortality in September to December 1917 inclusive from selected infectious diseases by camps United States enliste...
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Admissions deaths and case mortality for selected infectious diseases by camps United States enlisted men 1917
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Admissions from selected infectious diseases by State of occurrence exclud ing camps enlisted men in United States 1917
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States 1917
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Absolute numbers and ratio for totals deaths 1917 from selected infectious diseases by State of occurrence excluding camps United States enlisted men
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Admissions deaths and case mortality for selected infectious diseases by State of occurrence excluding camps United States enlisted men 1917
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Absolute numbers admissions from selected infectious diseases United States enlisted men 1917 by nativity
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Deaths from selected infectious diseases United States enlisted men 1917
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by nativity 62 Admissions deaths and case mortality for selected infectious diseases by nativity United States enlisted men 1917
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Health of the Army by countries
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Rates American troops at home and abroad disease only 1917
141
Mexico hina and on transports
147
Discharges American troops in other countries 1917 disease
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Admissions for Army 1917 at home and abroad selected dis?asos
150
Discharges for Army 1917 at home and abroad selected diseases
153
Deaths for Army 1917 at home and abroad selected diseases
154
Admissions discharges deaths noneffective rates from disease enlisted men in United States and other countries for years 1917 and 1916
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Discharges officers total 1917 diseases
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diseases for the years 1917 and 1916
159
E Special diseases in the Army
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and rural States
166
Measles admission rates per 1000 mean strength by camps United States
171
Complications of measles
173
Map showing distribution of broncho pneumonia rate per 1000 2029
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Primary lobar pneumonia complications
189
Map showing distribution of ratio of total admissions for venereal diseases
192
Gonorrhea by increments
198
with ratio to civil population 20 to 29 years 1890 census
219
Admissions for tuberculosis pulmonary chronic by State of nativity 118 Admissions from tuberculosis by camps with ratios per 1000 mean inclusive
220
Complications of fatal cases of tuberculosis
221
States and Europe
222
Ratio of admissions for mumps by armies and by color in the United tional Guard camps
223
Typhoid fever admission and death rates for enlisted men in United States
225
Mumps admissions by selected National Army and National Guard 125 Pleurisy purulent as a complication of the following diseases
230
Otitis media as a complication of the following diseases
231
Complications of fatal cases of appendicitis
232
Case mortality rate from selected diseases United States enlisted men and native troops in other countries 1917
233
Causes of death in Army and civil life compared
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Fruits of preventive medicine
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Admissions first six months of Civil War and present war compared
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F Fractures and operations
239
Battle wounds
244
Simple fractures
246
Compound fractures
250
Comminuted fractures
252
Agents causing simple fractures
254
Agents causing compound fractures
256
Agents causing cominuted fractures
257
External agents producing traumatisms Army total including officers American and native troops 1917
259
Xumber of traumatisms with infections and complications and dispositions
262
G Activities of the Medical Department
265
Annual death rate per 1000 in Army compared with leading cities in the United States age 20 to 29 years time October 1917 to March 1918 in clusive
283
Percentage relations of causes for admission to sick report in United States Army within United States limits based on period from Sept
285
G Activities of the Medical DepartmentContinued
296
Admission rates per 1000 posts Philippine Islands 1916 and 1917
300
Capacity of hospitals
309
Personnel of hospitals
311
Average schedule of hospitals
318
Base hospital laboratory examinations
329
Air service division
374
Waste reduction chart
379
Statistical summary of nutritional surveys averages
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Comparison of garrison ration with average amounts supplied in 227 messes
383
American Red Cross prisoners ration
385
Personnel division
386
Medical Department on June 30 1917
387
Changes in Regular Medical Corps from June 30 1917 to June 30 1918
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June 30 1918
389
Changes in the Medical Corps National Guard from June 30 1917 to June 30 1918
390
Strength of Dental Reserve Corps by months and grades June 30 1917
391
Promotions in Dental Corps National Guard from June 30 1917 to June
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to June 30 1918
393
Officers by grades holding commissions in Medical Department on July 1 1918
394
Strength of the Army Nurse Corps by months June 30 1917 to June
395
Division of physical reconstruction
396
Division of medical department training
405
Dental service
411
Annual rates per 1000 horses and mules communicable diseases
428
General tables giving for total Army admissions discharges deaths 1917 with ratios per 1000 mean strength
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solute and proportionate numbers
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Numerical view of the effect of disease and injury on United States corresponding data for the year 1916 by races
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Admissions discharges deaths days lost in hospital total days lost from disease 1917 American troops at home and abroad by arın of serv ice absolute ...
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Admissions from disease enlisted men in the United States by months and by State of occurrence 1917 absolute numbers
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and by State of occurrence 1917 proportionate numbers
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Discharges from disease enlisted men United States by months and by State of occurrence 1917
472
Deaths from disease United States enlisted men by months and State of occurrence 1917
473
with ratios per 1000 mean strength
475
Admissions to sick report total Army including officers American
508
284
512
285
520
288
529
Admissions to sick report total Army including officers American
536
290
565
per 1000 mean strength
584
Deaths total Army including officers American and native troops
608
292
609
Deaths total Army including officers American and native troops
628
Total days lost total noneffective total Army including officers
648
293
649
enlisted men
716
Admissions for selected infectious diseases by months 1917 enlisted
722
Death rate of American troops 18201917 24
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Side 394 - An Act to authorize the President to increase temporarily the Military establishment of the United States", approved May 18, 1917, or any.
Side 338 - Commanding officers will require that men who expose themselves to the danger of contracting venereal disease shall at once upon their return to camp or garrison report to the hospital or dispensary for the application of such cleansing and prophylactic treatment as may be prescribed by the Surgeon General.
Side 49 - Instructions for the Physical Examination of Drafted Men at National Army Cantonments," issued by the Surgeon General and on December 15, by "Selective Service Regulations," including "Directions for physical examination," about seven pages in extent. Under the system which prevailed during the greater part of the time of selecting the National Army, covered by this report, "there was no appeal from local board ruling on physical qualification." The later regulations provided for sending doubtful...
Side 338 - Commanding Officers will require a Medical Officer, accompanied by the Company or Detachment Commander, to make a thorough physical inspection twice in each month of all the enlisted men (except married men of good character) of each organization belonging to or attached to the command. These inspections will be made at times not known beforehand to the men and preferably immediately after a formation. The dates on which the physical inspections of the various organizations are made will be noted...
Side 319 - Including the extraduty pay of enlisted men employed on the same, and including also all expenditures for construction and repairs required at the Army and Navy Hospital at Hot Springs...
Side 397 - That hereafter no member of the military service disabled in line of duty, even though not expected to return to duty, will be discharged from service until he has attained complete recovery or as complete recovery as it is to be expected that he will attain when the nature of his disability is considered. The inauguration of this continued treatment will result, during the period of the war, in the saving to the service of a large number of efficient officers and soldiers who without it would never...
Side 336 - This office on the 25th of January. 1909, called the attention of medical officers throughout the army by circular letter to the importance of making a vigorous and sustained effort to prevent the spread of these diseases. Reports since the Spanish-American war show a steady and progressive increase in this class of diseases, so that the admission rate, which was 84.59 per 1,000 in 1897, has now reached the enormous figure of 196.99 per 1,000. These figures are out of all proportion to those which...
Side 341 - Suggestions for State board of health regulations for the prevention of venereal diseases...
Side 19 - It is necessary to realize that to dimmish the great loss upon the field of battle which would result from the delayed organization of the military forces of this country we must be prepared to accept a certain increased loss from deaths from infectious diseases that occur as a result of overcrowding the camps in this country. Pneumonia, whether primary or secondary, caused approximately 65 per cent of the deaths from all causes in the Unitea States. A large number of these deaths from pneumonias...
Side 45 - If one of the two diseases is an immediate and frequent complication of the other, the death should be classified under the head of the primary disease.

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