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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1892
([1892])

Medical statistics of the United States Indian service for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1892,   pp. 912-913-965 PDF (15.9 MB)


Page 965

MEDICAL STATISTICS. 
965 
Aggregate of the foregoing tables-Continued. 
Indian 
Agency    training 
DISEASES, ETC.                          Agencies. boarding     and in- 
schools.   dustrial 
schools. 
CLASS V.-MISCELLANEOUS--Continued. 
ORDER II.-SURGICAiL--Continued. 
Section C.-Operations.2 
Amputations----     -------------------------------------------------------1
Dilatation (of urethra, of anus)---------    ..........................------------------------
Divisions or direct cuttings (Colotomy, etc)-------------------  -  --------------------
Enucleation (eyeball, etc.).------------------------------------2. 
E x tractio n   of  cataract- ............................ ..............
....... .............   "  1 
Excision (of elbow, etc.).      .         ..--------------------------------------
 1  1 --......... 
Fracture setting.       .       .        ..---------------------------------------------
 4  3{ 5 
Inscision and drainage of abscesses----------------------------    4.2 
Ligature (in aneurisms, etc.)---------------------------------I--.-------.--------_-
Operations, special (Colotomy, etc.)----------------------------   3......-............
Tapping (paracentesis).--------------------.-------------- .---.1...................
Other operations--------------------------------------------        9..................
DEATHS.* 
Death by accident ..........................................37...................
Death by homicide_..       .        .       ..------------------------------------------
 14_...................... 
Suicide-........................................................... 14 ...........
  -. 
BIRTHS.t 
M ale  .  .  ----- ---- --- ---............... ....................769  ............
     1 
Female     ---------------------------------------------------     707  
                  0 
Indians..........................................1,286.............     
         1 
Halfbreeds.........................................163                  
          0 
Whites-................................................. 27 ............-0
VACCINATED. 
Successfully-.....................................................386   
  120         270 
Unsuccessfully-.................................................. 108   
   54           6 
SUMMARY. 
Results. 
ce 
Taken sick     $4           Deaths. 
orinjured     cd         __                   C 
eedduring              Aged   Aged               Recovered. 
the ear.          over 5 under 5 
ce Total. years. years.                           ;14-3 
Ce  .Ce              ii      ucc 
r                            Ce          Q C 
Agencies .............. 24,927 21,039 1,642 47,608 459 447 177 155 1,238
1,889 23,136 19,418 1,927 
Agency boarding 
schools3-----------3,450    3,269  143  6,862  34  25  1 .----  60   101
 3,354  3,165  182 
Indian training and 
industrial schools.. 3,470  2,648 1t39  6,257  45  27  1   1    74   190
 3,280  2,503  210 
Totals.........31,847 26,956 1,924 60,727 538 499 179 156 1,372 2,180 29,770
25,086 2,319 
*Not included in aggregate of diseases and deaths. 
t This table shows only births and deaths reported by the agency physicians.
For births and 
deaths as reported by agents, including agencies where there are no physicians,
see table, pages 
784 to 801. 
,Exclusive of Yuas Indians treated at Fort Yuma school 


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