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Report of the Health Department of the Panama Canal

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Title:
Report of the Health Department of the Panama Canal
Creator:
Canal Zone -- Health Dept
Isthmian Canal Commission (U.S.)
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C.
Publisher:
U.S. G.P.O.
Creation Date:
June 1917
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Frequency:
quarterly[1918-Mar. 1919]
Monthly[ FORMER <Nov. 1904>-1917]
quarterly
regular
Language:
English
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v. : ; 20 cm.

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Public health -- Periodicals -- Panama -- Canal Zone ( lcsh )
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federal government publication ( marcgt )
periodical ( marcgt )

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Issuing Body:
Reports for <Nov. 1904>-Mar. 1914 issued by the Isthmian Canal Commission.

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University of Florida
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This item is a work of the U.S. federal government and not protected by copyright pursuant to 17 U.S.C. §105.
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+'#1.* LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 4 + 1* HE PANAMA CANAL, HEALTH DEPARTMENT, Balboa Heights, Canal-Zone, Ju ly 10, 1917. ffD]t HARDTNG, etnor of The Panama Canal, Balboa Heights, C l Zone. e the honor to submit the following report of the operate health department for the month of June, 1917. y respectfully, 4 D. C. HowAnn, Chief Health Ojicer. GENERAL REMARKS. h of employees and nonemployees in the Canal Zone i cities has continued good. Udse of a quarantinable nature originated on or was brought Amus during the month. VITAL STATISTICS. ;u EMPLoYEES, wing statistics are based upon the total number of names on the pay rolls of The Panama Canal and the P Co. for the preceding month, which was 33,251. na to hospitals and quarters numbered 1,085,1 a rate se compared with 381.64 forghe preceding month and $ the corresponding month oriast year. bgm all causes numbered 16; of these, 14 were fr -.diaog a rate of 5.08 due to disease alone, as compared with tlie preceding month and 3.61 for the corresponding period pgsfMntly honeffective rate was 9.62, as compared with 9.27 preceding month and 9.48 for the corresponding month of str idnisiubn rate for malaria, hospitals, and quarters, was 11.91, with 9;90 for the preceding month and 23.61 for the 1MerbidR -and laartahty rates are computed as equivalent annual per 1,000. (5)

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fdl on hospital grounds has been completed, and concrete astructed for the new quarters for officers. The new morgue e.lsnildings were completed during the month. charts -shown under Tables VII, VIII, and XIV. PALo SEcO LEPER ASYLUM. tamber of patients constantly cared for during the month was seampared with 65.24 for the preceding month, and 61.53 for ponding month of last year. During June one patient was with no deaths or discharges. SANTo Toma HOsPITAL. thousand three hundred and twenty-seven patients were n the hospital during June, as compared with 1,452 for the onth, and 1,345-for the corresponding month of last year. krage daily number of patients constantly under treatment R, as compared with 459 for the preceding month, and 441 for eresponding period of last year. The total number of days Rat was 13,285, as compared with 14,229 for last month. huudred and one deaths occurred at the institution during with (1) tuberculosis, (2) diarrhea and enteritis, and (3) debility the chief causes m the order named. charts are shown under Table XV. DIVISION OF SANITATION. Iollowing table shows the average weekly namininn rate Malatia among employees to both hospitals and quarters, during inadth of June, the percentages being based on the ratio of the 1Wof admissions from each district to the total number of emse xesiding therein: Number -NumMr namisAverage District of emsions from weekly a malana admissi.on pMees' d g rate. ...2,632 1 0.009 0%1. 1,750 2 .027 80016.,. 991 0 .1,750 0 re. 451 0 .i. 1,424 3 .049 .2,845 0 .. + & .5,09A 1 .005 ty.,. 10,049 1 .002 6, .25 y e and jungle clearing, and construction pmgs out-

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Malarial admissions among emplo es are coming construction and pasture gangs y ~ ~ well Ed areas. 'An unusually large proportion' ebiployees'ai-e to malarial infection, due to construc$ion activities. As 1,000 and odd laborers liave been employed for the last er more in the construction of the new railroad frqm To the mouth of the Chagres~River; these laborers are livilig editions in which proper protection from mosquitoes cim Mided. The activities of the cattle and farm industrial by the supply department have been unusually wide the month. There were 33 admissions from malaria during the m 33,000 and odd employees; it will be noted that 25 of tiid eame frogi construpjtin clearing, and et a distance if6th onram towns ein a e r(tiSire ej Man esses of malaria tha in the history a he can r e cor ending season a d 1 an o as esp ta fo of P sana naring a total of 22 cases. No deaths oce disease. During the month 200 vaccinations were performed in-the of Pueblo Nueve. The virus was especially good; only one observed igwhich there was no "take." The vaccins produced iir the board of health laboratory, Ancon. Th4 totered inbluided the village proper, and. the houses b read Yrdra village to tramway terminal, Savannas Road. uring the month, in accordance with instructj.ons froya health ofEcer, a census of the city was undertaken, which pieced to rudsk during the coming inanth. The census of Pueblo Nuevo in the Savannas was cou it is noed .thAt there are now a total of 740 persons living village No census was taken of this place in Decem '. the time of Isht making of the city, but it is estimated that then about 200 persons living in that vicinity. This very di ro rii.gnate growth of this section as compue( e durge in charge of infant welfare work reports of June as follows: Station wi>rk: Total number of babies seen. Instructions given to mothers, total cases Treatments given babies, total cases Histories taken. Examinations made.

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-; TABLE Y) .-8 A Discharges White W m willllli.llom. Diseases Blac M. F. M. F. & F 9 D' --of the respiratory systemAntinued. Acute bronchitis. .3 .1 .7 Chronic bronchitis. 1 .1 .2 Broncho-pneumonia. ....1 Pneumoma (unqualified). ...1 Lobar pneum e :~: .....2 Pleurisy.-----. --e. ....2 Asthma. 1 ... Diseases of the digestive system. Diseases of the mouth and m exa. ....1 Diseases of the teeth and gums. ....2 Stomatitis. Dise of the pharynx Follicular tonsillitis .1 1 Ulcer of the stomach. 1 Other diseases of the stomach (cancer excepted). 2 Chronic gastritis. 1 Acute indigestion. 2 Diarrhea and enteritis (under two year Inc. co tis Diarrhea and enteritis (two years and over).,. 2* .1 Inc. colitis. 2 .1 Ankylosto a ...2 1 Intestinal parasites. 1 Ascar ... Teniasis. 1 Acute appendicitis. 3 1 Chronic appendicitis. 2 Hernia, intestinal obstructions. e Inc. inguinal hernia. 2 .1 7 Inc. other hernias. 1 .1. J Other diseases of the intestines. 4 = 1 .:. .3 Inc. constipation.:. ....1 Cirrh of the1iver.:-. .:. 1 Other diseases of the liver. 1 Inc. cholecystitis' .1 Simple peritonitis (nonpuerperal). 1

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T 39 ABL IX A.-CO SOLIDATED ADMISSION REPORT. White Black. Total ens to hospitals, excluding Corozal ponie ward. ..s -645 464 1,109 ons of employees to quarters .432 265 697 .1377 729 1,806 r of patients transferred between bosd from quarters to hospitals, whose adare duplicated in above figures. ._ 17 25 42 padmissions to hospitals and quarters ..1, 060 701 1, 764 EMPLOYEES. De admitted to hospitals. .......144 259 403 admitted to quar-ters. ..432 265 697 ala,. ..576 524 1,100 her of patients transferred between hosnd (rom quarters to hospitals, whose ad are duplicated in above figures .5 10 15 admissions of employees to hospitals and uarters. .571 514 1,085 erage per thousand of admissi, -of emo liospitals and quar ters. ........1 391.27 217. 75 391. 56 .CONTAGIOUS AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES RE ORTED DURING THE MONTH Panama Colon. Canal Total. Zone. 1 1 4 .4 ta 3 3 10 ----2 2 imginfection 19 60 79 er. 22 5 110 137 3 2 .43 45 cerebrospin epidemic 1 ..1 uberculou 1 ..,. 1 1 .,. .I anis Mute 18 .--. 1 19 1 .14 15 .32 9 8 49 cough -9 e. -38 47 p 1 ...1

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50 TABLE XVI.-SUMMARY OF SANITARY WORK F R16 MATERIAL EXPENDED IN THE CANAI Work requests on supply department G .cutting. Screening. Miscellaneous. Work requests on municipal engineer Work requests on other divisions Notices served to abate nuisances Pit closets inspected Buildings inspected For screening. For mosquitoes For gengal sanitation For safety. Stores inspected. Resta -ts inspected Shops inspected. Garbage cans emptied Closets disinfected. Houses disinfected or fum ted Rat traps in use. Number of rats destroyed Number of mosquitoes destroyed in dwel ings Anopheles. Stegomyia. Culex and manson Material expended: Larvacide, gallons Crude oil, gallons. Kerosene, gallons. REPORT OF ROUTINE WORK DONE BY HEALTH OFF CE General sanit ation: L inear feet of ditches cleaned and maint d Linear feet of new ditches dug. Number of feet of ditches made permanent during month Square feet of vegetation removed. Square yards of pools oiled Gallons of crude oiled used a Gallons of larv acide used. Gallons of kerosene used. Water containers treated. Mosquito breeding places found (Stegomyia 147) Fly breeding places found Flies trapped (13,000 per quart) Number of rats killed. Average munber of rat traps used daily Number of room disinfecti. made. Garbage collection: Number of loads of garbage removed to dump Number of cubic yards of garbage removed to dump Total number of cans of garbage emptied. Buildings: Number of buildings inspected. Number of plans for new buildings approved Number of permits issued for repairs to old buildings C Total building permits issued. Number of buildings condemned Number of buildings demolished Sewer connections made during month Street cleaning: Average number of square yards of streets cleaned dai Average number of square yards of streets sprinkled daily9. Numiger of private properties cleanedduring month Number of nuisance notices served, and nuisances abited a Vaccinations: Number of vaccinations performed during month Total number of vaccinations since :Apm I 1914

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