The Indian Medical Gazette Volume 8

The Indian Medical Gazette Volume 8

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1873 edition. Excerpt: ...16 deaths. The attacks ceased on the 28th August. The medical officer gives no account of its introduction, or any connection between the cases in the villages. He reports unfavorably of the sanitary condition of all. On the 19th and 20th August, 2 fatal coses occurred in Nowooiro. the Royal Artillery, Nowgong.--fSurgeon Angutt. Major '/. Jl. S. lirown's report). On the 23rd the wife of a grass-cutter was attacked and died. A wife of a Private, Royal Artillery, was attacked, and died on 7th September. No other cases occurred anywhere. The baznr and district were not affected. 68, To continue the report of the Narsingpur district for September: --Nn further case occurred from: he 2Sth August to the llth, on which date a case occurred in Kandeli, a town which ndjoins the sadar station, and which is separated from the town of Narsingpur by the Singri Nalla. 69. Between the llth aud 21st, 5 other cases took place; on this latter dute a case occurred in the town of Narsingpur, and up to the 30th September, in both towns, 26 oases occurred, with 11 deaths. 60. In the adjoining district of Hoshangabad to the west ward, no case occurred from the 26th August (paragraph 53) until the 7th September, when a village was attacked, 5 miles east of the town. Cases occurred here up to the 26th--43;ind 25 deaths--when it subsided entirely; but broke out on that dny in a village a mile to thn northward. Here it remained until the 19th October, during which time 35 eases and 19 deaths took pluce. Constant communication had been taking place between Hoshangabad and these two villages; but no case occurred in the town. 61. At this time, also, cholera attacked a village, 40 miles to the eastward, on the bonk of the Narbada; 18 cases with 12 deaths took place here between.show more

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