The substance of the official medical reports upon the epidemic, called cholera which prevailed among the poor at Dantzick, between the end of May and the first part of September, 1831, as transmitted to their lordships ... by John Hamett

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At head of title: Published by the authority of, and dedicated by permission to, His Majesty"s most honourable Privy Council.

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Statementby John Hamett
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Paginationxxiii, 189 p. ;
Number of Pages189
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The late General Board of Health directed one of their medical inspectors, Dr. Waller Lewis, to make minute inquiry as to the relative effects produced by the use of pure spring water, and that of the Water Company, during the epidemic of cholera in Newcastle; and it is much to be regretted that the inquiry was not carried out.

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Wood, M.D., described how it spread through most of Asia and the Middle East throughout the it was reported in Moscow, and the following year the epidemic had reached.

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Although much is known about the mechanisms behind the spread of cholera, this has not led to a full. 69; Second report of the commissioners for inquiring into the state of large towns and populous districts (London, ), appendix, p. 21; Report on the cholera outbreak in the parish of St.

James, Westminster (London, ), p. ; Report on the sanitary condition of the City of London for the year –1 (London, ), p. Cholera was prevalent in the U.S. in the s, before modern water and sewage treatment systems eliminated its spread by contaminated water. Only about 10 cases of cholera are reported each year.

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The seventy of the epidemic is illustrated in contemporary accounts from Philadelphia, hard hit by the epidemic. A report by the College of Physicians in shows that there were sporadic outbreaks of cholera prior to the epidemic. For the ten-year period ending in2, deaths were attributed to cholera [I].

Three general. Cholera outbreaks can spread rapidly, cause many deaths, and quickly become a serious public health issue.

It is nearly impossible to prevent cholera from being introduced into an area, but the spread of disease can be prevented through early detection, confirmation of cases, and a coordinated, timely, and effective response.

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HSRP Mission Collaborate with host. Through the London epidemic of Cholera inthe author presents the Victorian era science, public opinions and participating individuals in the pursuit of stopping the epidemic.

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The Lancet REMARKS ON THE CHOLERA MORBUS. Alpha M.D. PERCEIVING by your occasional remarks on the malignant cleolera, that you believe it to be a disease propagated by contagion, 1 hope that I shall be considered as paying you no small compliment on the score of fair intentious and love of science, by count- ing, as I do, upon your readiness to give place to statements in opposition to the.

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It reveals two things: depending on their class, individuals had very different experiences of cholera; and, particular groups were blamed as the original sources or as transmitters of the disease, or both. On a Sunday in Julya fearful and somber crowd of New Yorkers gathered in City Hall Park for more bad news.

The epidemic of cholera, cause unknown and prognosis dire, had reached its. Medical practice in the great famine. In the great famine the cause of death was shared between diseases of nutritional deficiency (including the ultimate one of starvation) and “famine fever,” mainly typhus and relapsing fever, from which no one was immune—certainly not the physicians, surgeons, and apothecaries and the over “medical auxiliaries.”.

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The prevailing medical theory of the day blamed it on contaminated vapors. But the English physician John Snow had his own theory. To prove it, he mapped out the cholera. Incholera tore through Italy, claiming thousands of lives.

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