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MATERML A}ID CHILD HEAITH SER\ICES
L957
Theodore Pritzker,
Chief
Health Statisties
Section
Program Analysis Braneh
Dlvislon of Research
Uo S. DEPARTfuIENT
OF HEAITH, EDUCATION, A].ID WEI,FARE
social seci:rity
adninlstration
chlldrenrs
Bureau
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TEXI TABLESAI.[DCiIARTS
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TABI.^EA.
Nr:mber of lt{rcthers and Child.ren Recaiving Direct Services,
by Type of Service, United.States t L957 and L956..........'o
TA3I.E B.
Other Maternal
United States,
and Child Health Services,
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TABLE C.
C h i l d H e a l t h N u r s i n g S e r v i c e , b y A g e G r o u p, L 9 5 7 . . . . . . . . . .
FIGIIR^EI.
] V l c t h e r sR e c e i v i n g S e l e c t e d } l a t e r n i t y
FIGURN 2.
Chitdren Served by Well Child Conferences..'o...............
FIGURN 3.
Child.ren Receiving Nr:rsing Service Outside WeIl Chlld
C o n f e r e n c g sa n d S c h o o l s . . o . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . r . . o . . . . . . . . . . . .
FIGURN 1.
Child,ren Receiving Well Child
FIGURN 5.
Children
Given Schoot Health Examinations
FIGURN 6.
Children
IImUnl aed......
r o.....
-
' ' ' '
o...........................
L957 afrd L956. r o............
2
5
o . oo , . . . . . ,
Services....
.
5
Conference Service t L947'L957.
5
t.......o.
6
artd Screenirl$.....
o....
.
o.............
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DETAIL TABLES
TABIE 1 .
Mothers Receiving Maternity
TA3I.E 2 .
ivlcthers Receiving
TABIE 3 "
Children
Other Selected Maternity
Served in WeIl Child
a a a a a a a a a . a a..
L957..4
Medical Clinic
..
! a a.
a.
Service t L957....
r0
Services t L957 .. .
l1
Conferenees, by Age Group,
a a a.
a a.
a a a....
a a '
t '
r
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"
"
"
o o '
L3
Receiving Vfell Child Conference Service t L957.......
TABI.E 1 .
Infants
TABI,E
Children Receiving WetI Chifd Conference Service, by Type
of COUnty, L957. . . . . . . r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . o. . . . . . . . . . . . | .
TASIE 6.
Child,ren Receiving
L957.
Chlld Health Ni,rrsing Service,
L4.
by Age,
. . a . a . . . a . . . . . . . . . a a . . . . a a a . . . . . a . | . . . . . a r . . ' ' '
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t '
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TABI.E7.
Chlldren Recej-ving Dental Treatment arrd Topical
ApplicationS, by Agg, L957......................
TABI,E B .
School Hea1th Examinatlons, L957........................
TABT.Eo
and Dental Screening
Visual Screening, Audiometer Testirg,
Undgr Sehoot Health Programs, 1957..........................
TA3I.E 10.
Chj.ldren Receiving Smallpox Imunlzation,
/ a
L2
o '
Fluoride
or . . . t . . . . . .
o....
by Age, L957......
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TABIE 11.
Children
TABIE L2,
Children Receiving P e r t u , s s i s I m r : n i z a t i o n ,
Receiving
Diphtheria
Innnwrization,
by Age, L957. . . .
2I
by Age, L957.... .
22
TABIfi L3.
Children Receiving T e t a r n i . s I m r n r n i z a t i o n , b y A g e , L 9 5 7 . . o . . o r
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TABI,E T/,.
Children
2/r
TABIE L5.
Children Receiving T l p h o i d k m r . r n i z a t i o n , b y A g e , L 9 5 7 . , . . . . .
25
TABIE 16.
Children Served in Ullscellarreous Special Clinics,
of Clinlc and Age, L 9 5 7 . r . . . . - . . . . . a r . . . . . . . . . . r
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TABLE L7.
Receiving
Midwife Services,
Polionyelitis
'l
Immurrization,
by Age , 1957 .
by Type
. . . . r .. . . ...
o rirl
J-,/J
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MATERNAL A}.ID CHILD HEALTH SERVICES
195?
General
of Cclr.mbia, Puerto Rico and the Virgin
A11 the States, the District
and improve services for promoting the
to
extend.
funds
Islalds receive Federal
prograrn
is adrninistered under Tit1e V t
The
child.ren.
health of mothers ard
Act.
SecuritY
Part I , of the Social
The maternal ald child health prograJn includes a variety of services,
not all of which are provided in all States. The services selected for arrrrual
reporting to the Children's Bureau which are presented in this restatistical
port are those most commonly provided by the States. They are reported if prohealth agenci-es.
vided or purchased- by State or local official
In addition to the reported servi-ces, nearly all States include in
their prograns study of the causes of maternal, infartt, neonatal and perinatal
In-servdeaths, usually in cooperation with med.ical societies and hospitals.
Statefs
part
every
of
is
a
personnel
of maternal and child health
ice training
nutriphysiciarrs,
nurses,
for
prograrn. Maly States conduct short institutes
and others. Each
medical social workers, hospital administrators,
liottists,
public
health or
grants
in
year several States award education or training
offering
are
States
of
nurnber
AJr increasing
disciplj-nes.
other professional
of a
consist
that
may
team
a
through
to improve hospital services
consultation
j-mes
a
and
nutriti-onist
somet
a
nr.lrses, and
an obstetrician,
ped iatrician,
services are usually given to the
medical social worker. Such consultation
to the maternity and
less frequently
newborn nursery service of the hospital,
pediatric services.
44 State
As a result of increased fi:nds for mental retardation,
children.
retarded
health departments have developed services for mentally
treatment
and
evaluation
Usually the core of this servj-ce is a diagnostic,
parents.
for children and cor.rnseling for
clinic
and morbidity from accidents loom large in childSince rnortality
hood, a number of States also have developed accident prevention progralns tJrder maternal and chitd health auspices.
Schedules providing the information presented in this report were
of Colunbia, Alaska, Hawaii,
receiveC from the /rg States and from the District
puerto Rico, an6 the Virgin Island s . To avoid cumbers,cmeverbiage the word
n as used throughout this report refers to these 53 jr-rrisdictions.
"State
The forms used in the reportirrg of the data were revised in L956 and
Seare described in the report for that year (Cnifarenrs Bureau Statlstical
then,
ba.ses
reporting
of
redef
initions
ries No. /*g) . Because of the numerous
few comparisons of that yearts record of services rendered with those of preshown herein will be compared
vious years were possible. The L957 statistics
reports have been added
State
pages
wherein
with Lg56 data in the following
for each of these
the
nation
together to show the overall totals throughout
two years.
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Trends
A certain amormt of shifting
of emphasis is reflecteC in the figures
representing nrothers and children provided services in L957 and L956. Certain
areas of service increaseo in L957 while others remained about equal to the
previous year and a few were curtailed.
Gains were registered in such important categories as medical clinic service +,o ilotrhers, wel-l child conf erence
service, and jmmunizations. Table A presents totals of the number of mothers
arrd children whc received selecteC types of direct service in L957 and L956,
the percentage difference between the two years, and the number of States
which prcvided each tlpe of service in each year. Table B presents totals for
other services. These are discussed below for each cf the ma.jor classifications,
TABLE A.--Number
of
Mothers
and ChlfdrenReceiving
L957
Direct
Servj-ces,
and 1956
Selected maternity
services:
ryteo].cal clrm_c servlce
rNtl 4r rer cf rr '€n o
earrri
Denta1
innat-ionl
.^va
Selected
chil-d health
services:
Well child
conferenee
service
Infarts
.....r
Preschool.
General pediatric
clinlc
service
(except mental retardation)
Special
cLi-nics
Nursing
service
Tnnioe-l
qnnl-ino-f
f'l rrnrido
Dental- treatment
Hospital inpatlent
lnfants
Hospital inpatient
nramof
r'nnc
care for
i nmrra
......
Fiorna<
nA\
5,246
6,789
2B,67A
8,389
2 205 905
a
a T q
a f r y
a t a L ) t 2 L (
/, .OBBtA*7
2 , 9 O 8, L 2 / "
2 , 6 L L1 6 2 8
85L,7L7
3 , 5 8 7, 2 5 5
21497,/,59
2 ' 1 1 2 7, 2 5 8
9O7,3O2
L t
l r' *
r' c
.....,
inn]rrrla
children
who received
t
L 2
t 2 J r
2,966,939
2 , o o 7, 6 7 3
2 , 7 4 5, 5 L 3
1 1 r 8 0 9, 0 6 9
1,257 ,9]-7
23,837
o
Typhoid.
Other.
'
5L7,243
769,LAz
L53,069
L95,7/,3
2 9BO,606
165,66/t
+2.9
-62.7
+L3.4
+?1
+7.8
-nt
-4.3
-16. c
-3.4
+35.6
+t3.2
1957
L956
53
L2
L3
53
T7
72
5?
53
)J
53
3L
53
16
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5T
3T
JO
-t6
L3
t5
+24I.8
1?
L4
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4L
42
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a1
a
+I4.0
+L6.4
+7.6
-6.1
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12
.+O
23
20
53
53
53
53
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Pertussls
Tetanus
Pn]
L 2861345
?q?
providing
Number of States
this service
care excluding
rrrr'*rr
Imunizations:
SmalJ-pox.
honr'
225,621/*34t39/*
9,603
3/,t89B
United. States,
premature
School health
examinations
and screening:
Exarnins6 by physicians.
..
Screening
by other persomel
Visual
screening.
Audiometer
testing.
Dental
screeni-ng.
Other.
Tl{ nhi
t 326,277
5 5 7, B O L
768,476
L46,543
L64,/+3c
2 878,L27
224,66L
506,7O4
Service,
L956-1957
+or-
l-956
2/"4'630
4j*6t843
3,583
39,562
ao
treatment
Hnqni-tql
nhnnoc
service
L957
of
Percent
Number reported
of
by Tlpe
basic
serj-es
plus
L,6L2,r1.1
2,357,L28
Lr8rrr34O
)
)?a
5)q
L3,2O9,L7O
L,O/r2,BO2
9 ,AB/,
children
+6.4
+25.9
+ 1 0 .B
+22.6
-r0. 6
+20.6
+L62.4
who recej-ved
boosters
53
5?
2l
T2
or
23
7
re-vaccinations.
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L4aternal and Chil-d Health Services,
TABIE B.--Other
Unlted States,
Number of deliveries by midwives supervised
by health department persormel.
lucation services (mrmberenrolled):Classes for expectant parents.....
Other classes
Nunber of States providing
this service
L957
]-956
Percent
change
L956-L957
+or-
l0 r0B7
9r2O5
+9.6
6,588
7 ,58O
-]-3.r
rB
\7
l-r908
).,(97
+13. :1-
L2
11
-'t 1
5
5
40
2l
JY
r5?
Number reported
Type of service
idwife services:
in States....
Number of practicing
nidwives
i.n classes
Number ef midw-ives enrolled
^9 I - ;f , I*E^ +U I- ' 9+U.V,S+O^ ^
1957 artd L956
/,8 '782
B4,765
4<
I nrl
55,232
L957
L956
zo
25
Maternity Service
Mothers receiving maternity rnedical clinic
service increased in numb e r f r o m 2 2 5 , 6 2 / , i n L 9 5 6 t o 2 4 A , 6 3 0 L n L 9 5 7, a g a i n e f 6 . 7 p e r c e n t . T h i s s e r v ice, provided u-nder t,he maternal aJrd child health prograJrls of 35 States
includes consultation, diagnosis, treatment or fcllow-up care in clinics
crgaJli ooA *n nr"nrri6ls altepartum or postpartum services niith a physic |a1 in attend r g v u
v v
} / r v v
aJICe.
A11 of the 53 States also provided maternity nursing services to
mothers during and following pregnaJr3y. In L957, &6rB/r3 mothers received this
service, a gain of 2.9 percent over the L956 total. These figures are in addition to il.Lrses f servj-ces at medical clinics where physicians were present.
figure 1.
MOTHERS RECEIVING SELECTED MATERNITY SERVICES
Maternity
medical clinic
s er v ic e:
195?
240,630
1956
225,624
Maternity
nursing
1957
446,843
1956
434,394
Servi-ces to no+,hers in both the antepartum aJrd postparturn perio,Cs
generaily extenC over several months. As a consequence about one-fourth of the
mothers cou.nted as having received service in L957 are included also in the
Iq5A n^rr.* since service tc them began in that year. This duplication
is
avoided. if we eliminate the 'rcarry-oversrr and count orlty those mothers who
r/ere first
admitted to maternity medical clinic
service in each yeaJ. In L957
there were l80r797 molhers new to this progran, compared. with L73,730 in L956.
(The L956 figure is partially
computed since 6 States did not furnish the
breakdovm between new cases and carry-overs
in that year.)
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v v q r v ,
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L{aternity services furnished by a minority of the States included
dental treatrnent during pregnancy, which was provided by L7 St,ates r'n.-1956 and
1 2 t n L 9 5 7 , a n d h o s p i t a l i n p a t i e n t c a r e , p r o v i d e C b y L 2 S ' , a - i , c si n L 9 5 6 , L 3 i n
is a selective t).pe of service usually given for the nore
L957. The latter
serious complications of pregnanc)/. lvlot,hers receiving dental treatment declineC in nunber from 9,603 in L956 t,c 3,583 tn L957. l'{others recei-ving hospital care increased in number *n L957 to 39 ,562 , L3 . /* percent above the 34 t89B
number so served. in L956. Hospital care was provided by L3 States in L957 as
compared with LZ tn L955.
Child Health Service
lJnder State maternal and child health programs, servi-ces are rendered to child.ren of all ages. Inc.luded. arnorg the servj-ces which are furnished
r--'
dnn^ n
n o,^11 cf the S'bates are well child ccnf erences, a program for infants
\JruJ
D\Jlils
and preschcol age children, general pediatric clinics or specialized clinics
for diagnostic services, visits by pubtic health nurses to children of all
dental treatment, hospir,al care for inages, topical fluoride applications,
fnnts - sehool health examinations and screenings, and inmunization against
commirnicable diseases .
! s r v v
Clinics for the general health supervision of infants and presohool
children, generally hrown as weII child conferences, render service under t,he
-rhroughout
They are to be for.r.ndin tovrns arrd cities
supervision of physicians.
all of the States.
0f a total of L1326,277 infants and pres:hocl children served in
well child conferences, 557r801 cr /r2 percent were infants. -fhus the ccverage
of infants in this field of service is far more intense than is the case for
children in t,he preschool ages, which cover approximaiely a 5-year span.
figure 2.
CHILDREN SERVED BY WELL CHILD CONFERENCES
WeIl child conference
Inf ants
P r es c ho o l :
195?
5 5 ? ,8 0 1
1956
5t7,243
195?
768,476
1956
7 6 9 ,1 0 2
Public health nurses not only participate
in the work of weli c.nj io
conferences but also render servi-ces in homes as well. These services r.lnisler
of ways, includ:ng eouto the needs of children of all ages in a multiplicity
in the form of advice and guidance to parents and crrrl iren.
cational activities
Public health nursing service for chiidren, in addition to the attenoarr::a :,i
nurses in well chiid ccnferences and in schools, was orovided by 5L St,ates in
L956 and 52 in LC)57,
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figure 3.
CHILDREN RECEIVING NURSING SERVICE
OUTSIDE WELL CHILD CONFEREI{CES ATiID SCHOOLS
195?
2,979,L27
1958
2,990,606
(birth through age 2A) served by public
The total nr.mber of children
health nurses in maternal and child health programs was 2,878 ,L27 tn L957 ,
representing a slight decline from L956. The distribution
of this total by age
groups was a.s follows :
TABIE C.--Chlld
Health Nursing Service,
by Age Group, l-957
Age group
A11
Under
L - 4 a
E
/
1r:t
! l
fB-20.
Not
ages......
1....
a
a
a
o
o o.....
t . r . o. . .. ....
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
r
a
o
a
a
a
a
a
a
. . o . r...
given.
r....
Number of childrenr
r. o..........
. . o . .. . r. .. . .. r r r r r. | ....
. .. .
a
o
r
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
o
a
a
a
a
a
r
r
a
a
a
a
a
l
a
a
a
a
a
a
o
a
a
a
r .
a
a
a
a
o
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
l
o
t
a
a
a
o
o
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
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r a a . ..
...
o o . o o r...
. ..
o r...
2,B7B,L27
r........
r....
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o
a
a
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a
a
a
. r . ..
.
. . . . . o. . . . . . . . . . . . r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . o. . . . . . . . .
687,O73
829,7/l
L r O 3 4, g L 9
L8,O2/*
3OB,37O
r In addition to
number of children served by nurses in well child
ences where physicians are in attendance and on school premises.
confer-
1,400
figure 4
1 ,2 0 0
CHILDREN
RECEIVING
1,000
WELL CHILD
CONFERENCE
SERVICE
I 9 4 ? - 1 95 ?
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School Health Service
A.s has been the case in past years, the type of serviee most connonly provided under school health progran,q wa,s screen-ing for visual def ects.
representing an increase
In L95,7 this servlce was given to 4.OBB,&7 children,
increases were also regisof 14 percent over the previous year. Significant
up L6,4 percent over L956,
tered. for audiometer testing , 2rgOB,L2/+ children,
arrd dental screen-ing, Z.6LL1628 children, 7.6 percent above the L956 figure.
ln the school health program held
Chlldren examj-ned by physicians
about even, w-ith 2,ZO5 ,gO5 tn L957 against 2 r2L5 ,5L7 in L956. Changes in the
minor.
each of the abolre services were relatively
nr.imber of States providing
to
for
45;
47
from
In the ca-se of visual screenirg this number decreased
it went up from 42 to t/"; dental screening wa,s provided by
audiometer testing
48 States tn L957r up from /*5 the previous year; arld 4l States furnished examinatiorrs by ptrysicia:r,s in L957, ris against /r2 in 1956. Reports &re not received on the service of nirrses on school premises; children visited in their
homes by school nurses are included in Table C.
figure 5
CHILDREN GIVEN SCHOOL HEALTH EXAMINATIONS AND SCREENING
Examination
by physician:
195?
2,205,905
1956
2,215,517
Screening:
4,088,64?
Visual
3 , 5 8 7 ,2 5 5
Audiometer
Dental
195?
2,908,124
1956
2,497,459
2,61L,628
2,421,258
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Immunization
A record nu:nber of children received inulrnizations
tn L957. Children
receiving original
smallpox vaccinatlons numbered L,373,67L and those revaccinated, 3/rLr6&, a 6./+ percent rise in the total mrmber of children over L956;
the basic series of diphtheria
inror:ni zations given to L ,55/* ,A32 chil.l.ren and
boosters for Lr4L2r9O7 reflected a 25,9 percent increasel the nwnber of chilpertussis iJnfiunizations rose 10.8 percentl tetarrus , 22.6 perdren receivirg
cent; and tlphoid 20.6 percent. (See tables 10-13 )
t/
figure 6
CHILDREN IMMUMZED
1957
1 ,7 1 . 5 , 3 3 5
1958
1,612,144
Diphtheria: 1957
2,966,939
1956
2,357,L29
Pertussis: 1 9 5 7
2,007,673
1956
1,811,340
195?
2,745,513
1956
2,239,529
195?
t1251,gl7
1956
1,042,902
Smallpox:
Tetanus:
Typhoid:
I
These figures on children
lmunized
are arrlved. at by adding together the
mrmbers of children receiving both origlnal
vaccinations
or basic series ard
those given revaccinations
or booster shots during the year. Thus they represent the total number of ch1ld.ren who received protectlon
against these diseases as a part of the maternal ard child health prograrns of State a3d local
health departments.
The number receiving the baslc series for pollonyelitis
irnraunlzation and boosters, on the contrary,
declined from L3 ,2Og,L7O given tn L956 to
IlrB09 tO69 In L957, a drop of 10.6 percent, The poliomyeiitts
fig6e
for L957
is provislonal
aJrd subject to correctlon.
(see Table L/r)
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In addition to the inmmizatiorrs mentioned above, other types of
by
imrunization are given from time to time in certain states when warranted
local conditiorls.
Other Services
In a.ddition to direct servi-ces to mothers aJrd children of the. kinds
described above, health departments usually organize aJ}d conduct a varying
amourrt of ed.ucational services. Classes in health education are held in a
classes for expectant parents. In 1957
large number of States, especially
classes for expectalt parents were attend.ed by 48 t782, artd other classes related. to maternal and child health, by 84 '765 persons.
nr.uaberof deIn those States where midwives perform a significant
are pursued
midwives are kept and activities
of practicing
registers
liveries,
ald safeguardirg the health of
directed towara improving their abilities
a total of 101087 mi-dwives.
reporting
States
mothers. Table B shows 28
attended by 6 '588. As part of the
classes
conducted
Eighteen of these States
were supervised by health
by
midwives
deliveries
trai-ni-ng, a total of t, 9OB
d,epartment persorrnel in 12 States.
State Detail
In the tables which follow, breakdowns of the services diseussed
above are given, showing the numbers which have been reported by each State.
Detalls by age group are given for child health services, children served in
and
we1l child conferences are divided into those residing in- metropolitan
for
tables
the
and
Bureaur'
the
Census
nor,rmetropolitan cor:nties as def ined by
percent
children
of
and
the
nr:mber
school examinations a16 screen-ings show
examined by physicia:r.s when parents were present.
r Except in New England, a county is included in a standard metropolitan area if it contains at least one city of 501000 or more according to
corrnty and , accordthe L95O Census r or if it is contiguor:-s to a metropolitan
in character arld is
metropolitan
lt is essentially
ing to specifled cri.teria,
of the
and economically integrated with the eentral city or cities
"o"iutly
rather than counties are the units used
area. In New England, towns and cities
area"s. However, for purposes of Childrenr s
to define standard. metropolitan
al-l New
the total couaty is the report r:nitl therefore,
Bureau reporting,
metropolitart
population
standard
in
their
than
half
more
with
couatj-es
Englald
Thls classif ication corresponds to
areas are cla.ssif ied as I'metropolital.tt
State economic
defining metropolitan
in
the
Censr:s
of
Bgreau
the
by
used
that
England.
in
New
areas
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APPENDIX
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APSENDIX
TABLE I.--lrfothers
State
Receivlng
Service,
]tredical Cllnic
]laternity
Carried over
frcm
last year
Total
, 1 (
{^t
3,L28
4, tOOL
L4r9OO
215
2239L
(')
611
398
2r24L
11
/I\
(')
r70
4rooo
L2rL29
56
792
2,275
27,855
156
1rOLz
L]-1
{^}
/ l
\
(')
(')
r])
3r088
7,676
w,063
z 1 (
7,L3O
87
LO 1399
3 1912
(')
L4
LA.3
4L
/r\
2,O12
3,267
L1,7Lr
(1)
/1\
5 t&*9
(')
]
67.L
3,2A8
9,851.
ov. z
(JL. Z
/I\
85.6
23,81.3
r7tr,
)42
F
OZrU
/1\
fI\
rr)
88.8
86./"
1r)
21713
6263L
/r\
558
r1)
(3)
r1)
L,L28
651
101
831
45L
f1\
25,296
A
/r\
/r99
LO1067
A?5
(')
/]\
5 1891
74
9,895
82.7
8 5 .r
95.2
3r3u
/r\
85.8
r1)
r3)
LLz
1L
78.3
IOO.O
9L1
2r6L3
L]-t52O
r1)
Ur.B
80.0
78.3
/3\
/ L \
/l\
2r758
J_1354
76.8
rtq
/r\
/.L\
/I\
/1\
32,691
n
56.1
/1\
\/
/I\
/1\
1r608
1..{O.1 L
nl
/r r}/r'1+
71.5
82.O
1
"QC
I rL15
5,228
31t
5
rr)
L29
1r8O7
67
886
9,569
329
70.7
rr)
87.3
66,6
83.r
15
168
(r)
91.8
rt)
I.?J.
/I\
/1\
183
(1)
1I\
LL4
r2996
rr)
L1236
L3
5U
.+o z
/r\
lr0r5
w,376
396
OZtv
(1)
(')
1
20L
(')
/a)
5 1129
6 1373
d .
85.0
(')
(r)
315
?
an5
2,5L7
2,163
L2,659
(')
/1\
57 r99O
(')
(')
1
BO.1
11\
92797
(')
/1\
3 1592
l_r805
rl)
Percent of
ca6es new
this year
(r)
306
Ro5
(1)
Nev thls
year
L$O,797
24O,630
12,188
1957
/I\
/1\
(')
ln
lv
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t'i
APPENDIX
TABLE 2.--tlothers
State
Receiving
0ther
Selected llaternity
Services,
1957
Nunber
receiving
naternity
nursing
service
Nunber
receiving
dental
treat'rnent
/,1-6'813
3,583
39,562
r32,3O8
T2
123
2,9o2
14,731.
1
?Q5
1.1815
3 1552
2LrL5O
A
?12
27,35L
2r8O7
735
'r
?
1rt'J'
/r\
f1\
rl)
i t1 \
n
rt)
)6
/l\
Number of
days
/f\
),/J,
/f\
care
Average
number of
days
3.3
6.9
(')
(')
/I\
/1\
(1)
/ I\
(')
r1)
15
/1\
(I)
/1\
)r(
7 2596
(')
/1\
(1)
216
25
, {. 5,8 0
t _ l
114
L1332
5.5
(')
).4
/1\
3.O
/I\
/1)
/]\
13,536
5,OO9
31,8O0
21877
L9,1gl
lnpatient
rlr
/r\
/4\
5?5
I,5O2
973
LLr77L
L O1 6 0 3
959
Number
of mothers
(')
/f\
1.961
(r)
161316
Hospital
(r)
r1t
/1\
(')
(')
(')
(')
r1)
(1)
/r)
rrt
(')
(')
(1)
/1\
115
88
/I\
208
(')
(')
(')
70
L2
/1\
I21.19
(')
/f\
(')
(')
/1\
r1)
(')
1
/I\
321375
(')
(')
65
(1)
/ r'\
(')
5,8
(')
).6
(')
65.O
/'I \
(')
6,717
r1887
978
252
]-rl"16
(')
(')
(')
)'(
(')
(')
(')
(')
(')
/I\
(1)
20,270
(')
(')
/1\
ooo
J t / r /
"
21rL52
10r8r3
625
18 r4'.76
2,Lr5
r1378
4 1236
22,875
3 r3O9
37,771
zLz
LOr2O9
25 r8O8
r1278
177
652
Lr1279
4,O58
2r59r
11r865
26r
(1)
(')
1.t
//l\
(1)
100
25
(1)
/I\
/I\
(3)
(')
(')
(1)
(')
(1)
(1)
/ 1\
(i )
(')
/I\
/L\
/1\
(')
(')
(')
(')
(')
2r8L7
20r008
(')
16
/]\
(')
77
/I\
(')
(')
/I\
(')
(')
56,912
(')
/r\
(3)
(')
(')
(')
381.
L39
6
/1\
/1\
i'i
lil
1r166
1,,?"
/rB
/I\
(')
(r)
//I\
2.8
(')
(')
(')
(')
(')
/1\
/1\
2.8
/I\
T2
(')
2.o
/]\
/1\
rlt
/r)
/r\
/I\
\/
l,1\
(')
3,865
8.301
(2\
23L
/L\
\i
(')
/r\
3.3
6.6
(2)
4.8
/I\
r.l-r
11
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APPENDIX
TAtsLE3.--Children
served in well
e+^+^
child
I
Colorado
Conneeticut. . . . .
Delaware
District
of Columbia.....
Florida.
t?6
95,/*OA
L7,563
6,625
6,926
33,29r
31,,969
/ r1 8 6 9
I t/'32
2,1.85
L2,036
12,018
4,25O
4/r,79L
3,168
643
/ +t 6 2 3
1r017
4,56r
2,558
1 7, 9 9 4
20,096
B,727
L,989
L,a/,)7 ,O71
L3,475
3,252
57,LBL
47,A7O
1.9,16r
L , 75 6
20,234
2r,9/,1
23,95L
1 1 ,B t O
468
/, t9L4
7I
\.^-+,,^1^,
I\E II U UU \Y
Loulsiana.
Maine
Maryland
Massaehusetts.
Mlchigal.
ivlinrLesota.
9 V I
. .
. . . . .
5t
t v
?
C q/ q /
LB24"3
4,172
5,3OB
lr.[issouri.
Montara.
Nebraska.
Nevada.
N e wH a m p s h i r e . . .
't
Q
3,680
9,21.4
LO3,/"65
18 , t_40
( 3)
Ohio.
Oklahona.
Oregon.
Pennsylvarda... ..
Puerto Rico.
73,rO2
5,91O
5,679
27,392
33,r89
25,O39
2,365
L,605
7,865
I8 t9L/"
Rhode Island
South Carolina.
South Dakota.
Tennessee.
Texas
5l-3
B,367
7L1
2r1695
29,L9B
L17
r0,2/r5
a7,1L1.
Utah.
Veruont
Virgin Islands
Virginla.
Waehington
2,9L8
5 r583
1r806
21r000
2 21 9 9 5
1r107
6r)
951
12,o35
7 .7BO
Brggo
2,5O/*
8.700
T ^ -^ ^..
U VI DgJ
New Mexico
New York.
\I^-+L
l\UI
......
-i -6
n ^-^-1
V4
VAIIIE.
UII
North Dakota.
Vfest Vlrginia..
WissoDaln.
w.,^-{
rlJl\'/l"url5
.
x Chiefly
5 and 6 year
:(x- ! ' "
prior
to
enrollment
0
0
0
0
0
8r002
/t to/r5
4,692
L,L48
l,l_09
20,394
9,889
in
1
)95
B58
0
13,062
0
0
o
0
0
0
925
1
0
278
0
0
0
0
0
0
C)D L
58,818
7 ,L3/*
909
3,276
at>)-)
4,73O
L,B9L
0
0
0
0
0
0
l-5,491.
20,L/+3
3,324
L6,BL7
88
ltr700
0
0
0
0
0
L,228
0
0
69r
0
0
0
0
/ro
Lr)ta
L,242
ra,92o
ro
?o5
20,83/"
1r200
3,6L6
8,527
)
5.7R
3r188
58/'
).15
(')
,/. or1
0
0
0
0
0
8tLg"
5 t/+27
2,2L9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2 r5OL
0
0
0
0
0
0
6,8L9
L2r/r7o
0
0
16
2,L16
2 r7/"5
0
0
0
0
0
3,807
7 ,250
t3\
2,679
783
(3)
0
n
0
1f
rL,
F1 )
)L+
(3)
Qoo
J / t v 2 /
"o
3,528
2,975
14.r 100
L2,056
3, Bo0
567
I,949
5
l+O
0
6,O7r
3 ,1"/+3
9;448
(3)
6,325
B,585
L55,AL/+
t567
()
)
o1d childreh,
7,3LB
L95
J0t,
/,
1A n2,2
-d
6,678
720
3,24.8
L t7/+9
84,7OO
AQQ
1 0, 0 0 5
23,896
26l-,922
39,LO2
(3)
t T^ , I\gW
Age
u:r}<rLovrn
40
ro2
685
*
L34,733
L,891
2,L2O
344
A'l 5
nracnhan'l
633,7O3
7,925
22r
4,9BO
9,523
/,tB29
180,l_00
''I
Iowa..
Kansas
_
q)1
1
r03,609
rL,227
Georgia.
Hawaii
Idaho.
Illinois
Indiana.
tt-'^^-'^^i--.-.'
I V U D D I D D ]
)1
\ro2T
5 5 7, B O r
L,326,277
0ther
L-/"
years
Under
Total
Alabarna.
Alaska.
Arizona.
Arkalsas
Callfornia
conferences, bY Age Group, 1957
rr,78/,
1
Q'r1
4,768
rt
A o/ o2
t v
school.
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APPENDIX
TABIE 1,.--Infants
child
Receiving well
TotaI
State
5 5 7, 9 O L
7,925
22L
4,98O
2,222
95,4OO
4,869
L,432
2,485
L2,036
-L2,ALB
Colorado.
Connecticul.....
Del-aware.
ni^+-:^t
UlSlr]-CU
^4
Ol
a^1,,-a'
l-'O.l-UJllD1a.... ;...
FIorida.
11,79L
3,168
603
/ *t 6 2 3
1r017
r
2L,9/r/,
,?
q5'l
L,568
23
1
a/ F
L ta+)
L6L
24 r/,oo
1r390
898
6L9
/" II-OO
2,429
3,680
9,21O
LO3r/+65
18.r40
......
......
Utati..
Verrnont.
Virgin
Isla:rds
Virginia.
Washington
lrl-07
815
951
L2,O35
7,78O
West Vlrginia..
tfflsconsin.
2 r5O4
8r7oO
rr)
LY6
2
t
J r
t
L,9/rL
71,000
ow. z
qoA
r7 I
^
87.1.
71..4
3 t/*79
L,866
7,936
q
/
5 A q/
2n
1,
ry<
l
A4A
.70
t rv
T a 2
lLa)
1
L
3,225
t r
? qr Q
v
Q
BO7
35/*
1
?AA
2,969
/r69
6,9O3
B,372
TL7
20/*
910
L
2a'+)
(')
L,r82
687
5,7OB
10r 506
2,783
0
rr016
6,269
6J
501
5L
LrL71
L,560
AAQ
59.4.
66.O
ann
.7Q
^
q5A
l5,o4L
AQ5
q./O
1 tC
L
t t t /
65.0
9,288
35L
/r r7LO
75n
o5q
7, 7 7 8
&9
(3)
2.66
JL
o/.u
i3\
26.7
745
L1 ,3/*O
59L
0
2,O71
8r809
1 ,/. 17
6,357
(')
25,O39
21365
L,605
7 ,865
LB,9L1
LO,2/,5
L7,1).1.
Percent new
this year
389,5BO
a
a
e)
368
1,567
New this
year
( 5\
/,t336
(2)
Rhode Island
South Carolina.
South Dakota.
Tennessee.
Texas
1957
2 t /Ll
R AQQ
)-,89/,
2,L2o
340
LO2
New Jersey
New l{exico
New York.
North Carolina.
North Dakota.
Ifyoning.
L56,798
tl- rBr0
468
1,9L4
lvlissouri
Itilcntara.
Nebraska.
Nevada.
New Harnpshire. . .
Ohio..
Oklahoma.
Oregon.
Pennsylvania.....
Puerto Rico.
Carried over
from last
year
qAq
L,o1,L
7 ,O74
L 3r 1 7 5
3,252
Maryland.
. .
Massachusetts.
Ivtichigan.
Minlesota.
lvtississippi.....
conference Service,
r02
2,6U,
2,97L
69,8O4
L3 ABO4
l')
to,699
L,771.
rr605
5 7q't
/3\
o+. I
100.0
32.2
AN\
76.L
(2\
12.7
r71 n
100.0
n'\
10rr05
<).)
285
1,066
96
9rO7L
L5,85/*
/'t-t
A
)
89.0
65.3
orn
73.2
L,7O5
810
780
787
1,732
6,O75
/-80
2,O2/,
80.8
(3)
297
ro/
n
?n,'l
(3)
(')
z ? r
(- l
(')
oq
F/
82.5
39.3
.7Q
1
(')
l3
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APPENDIX
Receiving Welt Child Conference Service,
TABi,E 5.--Children
by Tlpe of County, 1957
County
Nurnber of
children
State
Alabama... ....
Afaska.
Arizona.
Arkalsas
California
Colorado
Cormecticut.
Delaware.
of
District
Florida.
......
6,882
(3)
2;47
0
9 t2/*2
........
LO3,609
LL,227
2r,IL9
/" t82/*
(3)
7,562
3 t3/"9
82,494
6 '/*43
(3)
337
90r
1.,283
1r830
278
o?o
/26
n1
..""""'
......
'i
q't ?
-/
Qoo
4,25O
/ ,t 5 6 l
2,558
L7,991
20,096
B,727
......
...........
Maryland.
.
Massachusetts.
Michigan.............
X.[Lrmesota.
ItLississippi...........
......
57,L3r
47,O70
/*9'46L
r,756
2A,23O
IB r/r1-3
lr r/r7Z
Missouri
Montana....r..
Nebraska.
Nevada.......
New Harnpshire.
..""|
6
' 1 "nQ
615
685
..
NewJersey
New N{exico
.. .....
NewYork.
North Carolina.
North Dakota..
Ohio.
Okfahoma.
Oregon.
Permsylvalia.
Puerto Rico.
10,681
(3)
1.,6L9
33,29L
......
Iowa..
Kansas
Kentuclcy.
Louisiana.
Malne.
.....
.
..........
r..........
...........
. ..
?"
......
tqq
5L3
B,367
7l.4
2L,695
29,L98
2,9L8
......
Utah.
Verrnont.
......
Islands
Virgin
Virginia.
Washington
West Virginia..
Wisconsin.
Wyoning.
lo r005
23,896
26r,922
39,LOz
(2)
73,LOz
5,94O
5,679
27,392
......
Rhode Island.
South Carolina.
South Dakota.......
Tennessee.
Texas.
/,O2 1690
L7,563
6,625
6,926
33,29r
34,969
.. .
G e o r g i a .. . . . . .
Hawaii
Idaho.
Illinois......
Indiana.
counties
6,716
L,\36
3,L77
3,758
30,704
......
2
...........
,
' v r
a)tta/
t l.t ,/.oq
Lv t-/t
L2,o/*o
2,3',/B
/"2 '489
/r/" tB96
36,r/,5
L rO/+5
33r
0
21253
0
55
9,249
3 1374
25O,95/*
6,681
(2\
&,339
2,962
r,8r7
LO,739
A'r5?
8610
1,806
2l-r000
22,995
rL r37A
2L,835
B,99O
L6,733
4,76L
1L AA2
(*,)
7,199
8,056
61349
L5,O92
2,L74
L3,3L6
7LL
qoo
ro
5,A7B
/" '472
3,455
r,6L5
630
naA
20,522
10 r 968
32.42L
(2)
B,763
2,978
3,862
L6,653
25,036
))Y
1,,236
403
20,0/16
22,663
J-, duo
(')
-i t e n
vs4r
nnnnl
vFv44
L5,2O5
0
6,346
1,071
L/"9'4OO
9,523
lrrB29
rB0,100
......
v!+-
vr
2-rt , 9 2 L
. '....
......
Colurnbia.....
ma*
r.rv
9r5 ,1/*9
t?6
in
Percent
Nonm
o * vrr n nv r n
l"itan
v.!4
rrre
L,326,277
.......
......
trletropolitan
1,L3L
311
l-,€49
A
v
5?5
t rr/
a n<ry
a tvJ (
0
91630
1
14n
69,4
0
66.6
22.2
o"n
66,7
100.0
.11,
A
20,4
)'1
A
|3"
78.B
5
qQ?
50q
27.2
95.1
n2
1
l_.6
0
42.1
0
an
92.4,
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TABII 6.--Children
State
Alabama.
Alaska.
i-i
-^-^
Receiving Child l{ealth Nursing Service,
Under
Totel
6 8 7, A 7 3
629,74L
/,1,969
2A,967
2,163
I ,108
1,623
6 C ,C 5 0
12,226
2 '/*82
l, '558
q
547
LA,246
Delarare.
Florida.
Georgia.
Hawaii.
ILlinois.
Indiana.
I{aine.
.
Michigal.
Mimesota.
l\,lfiacieoinri
Missouri.
NIontana.
Nebraska.
Nevada.
New Har4rohire
JAraaar
Nev [fexico.
New York.
\T^-+L
a^-^f
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0kl-a.]:onra.
Oregon.
Pennsylvania.
Pilar+^
Pi
Rhnda
Tcl
Snrrth
/.rral
^^
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72,r92
Utah...
Verrnont.
T^r ^-r^
fDfau
Virginia.
Washington.
,,cDU
vrrtsflud
uli ^^^--i-
Wyoming.
(')
2,r\7
74,8r5
? aql
23,459
23,58r
rL,1A3
2,11r
6,295
2,O99
66 'V,A
82,769
287,330
8 7, 5 3 4
4,(A!
a1 ryn?
9,332
29,598
32,393
669
2 7, 5 8 6
I,783
6,1L3
23,907
23,539
10 r 112
LO3,r79
3,9!1
tt
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31,925
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18,2O5
2,0116,3(A
L7,LO2
156 r5/+2
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24,8t"5
2,698
c a?"
25,2r0
35,5C1
3,657
733,8&.
20,778
18,835
32,58L
49,129
L1.,665
6, 060
2,016
26,187
B / t' 7 5 9
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L7L,219
2a,378
ta9,991
7r,568
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\Il -4i
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70,895
4,L33
1,861
r 8 , 75 8
L7 ,624
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1,1863
351
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3,364
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24,062
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348,374
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36,602
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years
L1
years
2,878,L27
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by Age, 195?
0
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22,948
8,845
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L7,238
31,573
98,036
9,328
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2,759
17,27tr
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2,252
0
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0
0
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LL6,376
0
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t26,O9E
35,789
2,993
319&
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7,58O
7,522
12,323
Ll ,960
(3)
9,247
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20,859
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Fluoride
Iopical
Dental- treatnent
State
Total
506,741
3,er'r2
(r)
2L7
Alaska.
Delaware.
District
of
Colwrbia...,.
gr
d.
Hanaii.
Ida.ho. .
IlIinois.
Iowa.. .
Kans as .
Kentucky.
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vr
(r)
242
332
2, 8 8 1
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3,11.8
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(')
(1)
0
(3)
I,I72
(3)
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(')
(')
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23,931
843
300
0
2
56
0
807
L8,837
77,135
16,477
399
7 ,272
L70
LB,138
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(r)
0
(')
(')
1 6 ?1 1 5
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(1)
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0
0
0
0
0
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26,O53
2,726
503
(')
2,781
19,890
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(3)
2t7
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(t)
(3)
(3)
2,987
Jda
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0
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(3)
73
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(3)
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2,663
(3)
L,O71
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(3)
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(3)
150
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(3)
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25,598
43r
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(3)
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800
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503
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(2)
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(1)
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xl-06
\7 ,969
3,825
0
0
0
56
LA,528
23,35O
r,317
l-63
0
0
0
0
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(3)
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186
0
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(1)
(2)
800
(r)
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526
(r)
(2)
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21,633
L,347
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(r)
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unlcrown
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r,769
t,815
90
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Tennessee.
Texas. .
West Virglnla
WisconEin.
Wyoning..
(')
(')
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2,861
863
12t2ro
(-)
* Includes
LL,564
(')
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(')
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0
0
r 1 0r
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224,66L
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2, 8 8 r
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0
193
0
0
90
3,/.18
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(1)
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Utah.. .
0
1
(')
t-l
9,812
3,241
A.A3
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(1)
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Permsylvanla.
3,563
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LO6
1879
(-l
Ohio. . .
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unknown
27,625
(')
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New Jersey.
New ilexico.
New York.
l , J o r t hC a r o l i n a . . . . . . . . . . .
North Da.kota.
407,236
(1)
(1)
Montana.
Nebraska.
Nevada.
New Hampshlre
19,8/,/r
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18-20
years
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years
by Age,, 1957
Applications,
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28 15A1
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Health Exaninations,
TABLE 8.--School
Children
exarined
by physicien
State
2,2O5,9O5
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Afabama.
Al-aska.
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524,769
? 2t..r
3
ItQ
6,81.7
2 ,100
(t)-
5,C76
532
uEUr tsrd.
Hawaii.
Idaho. .
Illinois.
Indiana.
22,/,/,8
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Kalsas.
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24.6
2L.4
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3,962
29,26/,
532
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New Harpshire
t6 r8).2
L7,e17
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ro,932
(2)
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326,62r
t55,327
7 ,673
r25,3L2
18,138
L1,81,2
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52,32?
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South Dakota.
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27 rBU
6,743
9,365
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Washington.
]2 r 801
2,372
West Virginla
Wlsconsln..
Wyonlng.
6,655
36,3L7
590
L2,5/,6
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for
further
dlagnosis
(2)
)5q
(2)
(2)
7L6
Percent
completed
t 8 ,320
I33.9
L!2
(2)
o5
(r)
(2)
373
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(2)
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(2)
2 r81.5
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(2)
169
(2)
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1,016
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12,262
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APPENDIX
TABLI 10.--Chllclren
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TABIE 11.--Chifdren
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Hawaii.
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1.93
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0
0
109
l- r 010
/ *' 1 7 6
r20
0
0
0
0
0
(3)
2,812
1,791
L7,67L
78
2,AqL
5,3L/r
2L,7eA
2,1r2
279
56r
L,626
L1,363
19,999
769
L13&
3,62L
547
B,A33
nrl
29,356
2,218
(3)
10,138
L2,1OA
r,242
0
Lo,129
o
0
A ltA
L5,869
5,697
L3,2r7
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1,gg5
1,].'37
LO,601
753
3,912
0
L6r5r5
25,766
2 2r 7 5 2
1,5OA
559
227
L,448
3,785
)az
376
0
0
0
0
0
2,2OO
895
(3)
335
2,L39
4,BL4
0
0
0
0
0
( 3)
1?O
386
r,827
I,932
5 1862
19,352
23,167
I,581
1,376
3,A/'/"
2,516
6,957
2L,931
rr,129
L,538
l_5,734
/,9 tI72
r,568
L,zBL
! / ,olz
? ona
]i
r,293
( 3)
I t9/*5
L 7, 6 7 6
2,5O5
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I O?
I A
I q?
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I,721
1,82O
2,757
3 r808
LO,424
8rr,/,59
/ * 2 0' 2 5 6
I
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boosters
ullmown
)-31.
7,2O1
30,347
Children
L-/,
Vt-rglnta.
flashfugton.
6,327
1,113
510
29,593
11,1r7
2L6
7,796
1,829
290
7,659
5,566
lfest Virglnla
Wlsconsin..
Wyoning..
2A,89*
23,321
L,51a
1,12O
7,826
92
6,9O1
Utah.. ..
Vernont.
-
10,113
3,381.
r]. ,37O
176
35,188
rL,296
Ohlo. . ..
0kfalroma.
0regon.
?effLBylvani
RR5
6,3O2
Lt,55O
New Jer6ey.
New lvlexico.
Ner York.
t7 ,635
1r186
2,68A
2,259
1?'
Georgia.
Hanali.
Idaho..
Ill-inois.
Indiana.
4,1 '445
1
by Age, 1957
honurization,
Receiving Pertussis
doo
150
0
0
0
3,068
19r060
34 1239
83,119
21r93L
1.50
0
30,Oza
58,978
12,176
0
0
0
0
0
21.,856
O
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0
0
0
1,891
LB,756
3,178
0
1.
0
0
0
9,993
2.65r
1,O22
0
2,275
ro,4r1
9,54O
7 ,385
L1298
0
0
0
L1r))3
19,527
!r63L
2,a9B
2,565
559
I,605
687
3,BA/,
763
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1t
6t?
3,919
1rO28
r
15q
47,2r8
9,62r
( ,)
APPENDIX
TABLE 13.--Children
Recelvlng Tetanus Imwdzatlon,
Children
State
Totaf
A-1aba,aa.
A]asks..
Arizona.
a.
+ r' ar r*
Delavare.
District
of Colrmbla.
F1orida..
Georgia.
Hawaii.
Idaho..
Illinols.
^-^
Nevada.
New Haupshlre
Ne{ Jersey.
New L1exico.
Itlnr*h
loral
linrth
loLnfo
ino
Ohlo.. .
Oregon.
r/oni
o
Puerto Rico.
-f61
Q^,,+L
a^-^r
ydu
ohd
rvu
ur I
i -^
I d.
Termessee.
Texa.a..
Verrnont.
I/{ --i
vrrErlr
2,263
225
I
n] 0
6,O8/,
L Lr 1 3 O
27,521,
zvo
2,834
rJd
82L
(3)
] n1a
L,3gg
oo{nni
Rh^da
L3,723
51.6
2,321.
7,72O
51,822
1,L86
1,1.16
31,05O
67 ,3L5
Massachusetts
],tichigan.
Pennevl
17,632.
r r A5
2,678
6,O98
39,12I
o50
12,482
192
Louisia:la.
Malne. .
lt^-+
11,O33
L37,O29
2,382
IoYa. ..
Kalsas.
Itli eei
/116,376
5,7Q+
20,892
81,8L2
Col-orado.
rnmon
r,393,Lzl
,
C al-lforrli
Under
i year
22,t46
?q
5ao
54,496
7 ,OBB
13,069
13,o6a
638
L 7, 7 O a
30,556
2r9Lt
6rOL5
lrl3B
2,204
829
(3)
tL,55o
2t6,393
81,O99
5,908
(3)
3,51.9
Br,648
3r,912
Virginia..
Washing:bon.
I[eet Vlrg{ris
Wleconsln.
baslc series
to,855
2ro8r
6,070
2L,216
1,4.00
(3)
14 1334
17,884
2,517
58,259
l, '658
22,B9L
323,t-54
8, 960
0
0
0
0
0
1 7, 6 9 4
738
3,9OB
t8 ,07f
5 4, 5 7 5
0
0
0
0
0
(3)
2,Btrz
5,066
20,878
1.L
743
59,566
109
/o
6,206
130
i3\
t5 aa?
16,383
'1
1t ?
tt
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3,67L
629
0
1,1.16
0
2,693
0
r Q(5
t?
(3)
5,862
4.9,71r
21.,902
L6,5L5
0
O
0
6A,183
26,295
35,869
0
0
0
0
0
20,L52
953
(3)
I,169
1,50
0
0
0
0
0
(-")
?oo
21,68r
L,153
Lt,o)z
L,627
L5,71D
(3)
9,672
I,567
I,369
Qno
510
30,'./39
14,&.9
2L6
7,952
4,857
290
7,95O
51562
20 r8g+
25,rO7
5,831 |
1,42O
6rgo1
8,050
) to
(3)
2,L39
85,CO1.
27,255
26,72O
5,672
5,L22
L3,O22
&7
7,010
7U
14,670
3
r t
3,443
l-3,646
47 ,294
91,68r
0
170
113
L,827
547
8,o57
5,947
17,831.
( 3)
92
0
0
0
0
0
9,651
23,L66
L,U,6
26,899
8r3L2
48,21/*
71,1l'2
nq2
15,546
598
I ,005
8 r72/+
75,869
5,860
11.,27O
907
3,782
LA,4L7
)
L , 3 5 2, 3 9 2
)ry4
562
r,563
t5,237
1,9,939
769
i61
3,446
)2L
Children
receiving
boosters
87,463
2,5OA
I,778
1,6!7
3,O37
2,650
7,O55
o, t)z
1r9I2
4€e
unknor?n
yea.ra
14,23O
t5 r2O1
ro,9I2
I,017
30,191
rrdb2
T-1 ^-JrErilus......
receivlng
I
28/,
L2A
by Age, 1957
6 t38/+
7\,98O
A1 ?1a
L2,L76
0
0
0
0
0
2L,397
1.,77O
5,147
0
0
2r,Er1
o
0
7t,1L2
6,736
706
1
L2,1O3
4 r23O
0
9ryo
9,235
5 1519
0
0
0
0
0
0
39,21O
1r89/"
49,891
(3)
t6,196
7,529
(-,
2133]-
11,L]--3
53,882
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APPENDIX
TABLE 14.--Children
Receiving
Polionyelitis
Imunization,
Children receiving
Q*o*a
Under
1 year
Total
7, 5 7 8 , r 9 2
Total.
51.5,369
AJ-abama.
Alaska.
Arizona.
Arkansas.
California
235,794
L2,578
(2)
L3/+'576
(2)
L7,275
97
Colorado.
Conrrecticut.....
Delaware.
District
of Coluurbia. . . ..
Florida.
58,548
/+16r/*98
5,959
1.5,51.2
236r3O7
L,656
38ro00
Irr2]
5,O23
L3,3Or
Georgia.
Hawaii.
Idaho.
Illinois
Indiana.
298,56/*
7,3O7
611090
58,42]697
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(2)
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Michj.gan.
Mfuinesota.
Mlssissippi. . . . .
Missouri..
lvlcntana.
Nebraska.
Nevada.
......
New Haqrshire...
911
22r51.3
830
xt85 1683
2O3,338
L 5 O1 6 6 6
L9,6/18
187,811
9,2O5
17,L3lr,180
677
LB,356
L661897
6rO45
n
31.
n
)114)
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nol
City
not
2,680
9,58L
16,686
nAo
6I
2rL59
30,938
L76,32O
r 3'l
5,O34
49,226
3 3r L 7 8
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1.,281.
25,L/"3
57
' l ? 1523
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L58,963
70,O2L
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51r25O
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/*,5/+3
L43,B/*O
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296,L99
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L41428
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r,207
n
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L2,585
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1.111
37,585
1r506
n
n
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6,75L
f < a
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298,564
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101,063
22,9L7
I
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L6rLL5
2t,335
L5,19O
3,722
33,123
/3\
12,169
661942
/t\
t3,229
(n)
Lr591.
6,799
7,655
796
0
( 2)
(2)
(2\
0
5,470
63,2OO
89r29O
U+'096
orr?
258,600
312
0
L6r7O5
537,60r
353,12O
l2/"980
<
/+'23O '877
161919
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Ctril-dren
receiving
boosters
U
n
n
A?5
1 Q?
2 41 5 5 6
L3O,g7g
0
0
L68,7OB
6rL)J
(2)
LO3,/*O3
(2\
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(r)
L73,978
6r7L5
338,335
7521751
x Baltimore
)-zv
5,69r
Rhode Island.
South Carolina.
r47,251
721910
gr32O
9,91.3
5q
J-5,/+65
565,9L4
2O9,922
LO6r'723
L29,r97
16,062
..
+rtz6
( 2)
'I 17?
?1
o
O h i o .. . . . r . .
Oklahorna.
Oregon.
Pennsylvania. ... .
Puerto Rico..
Yfest Virginia.
Wi,sconsin.
lbonuing.
1.9,gtr
Lt3/+I
L151329
218,890
81,77A
t9,981
l.01669
Lr5O1
57,525
212r8r1
I,L/*g,32O
9,779
1r 900
2r65L
L32r3r5
33,.O25
(o)
tut-^+^
l.,@UUd.
1 , 6 9 9, 5 6 5
l.:o,523
n
Tennessee.
Texas.
Lrr93r93B
(3\
( 3)
L9Org/+2
28,OL5
733;l-L6
/,75t735
L89 1076
c^.,+L
UUUUII
years
age
udcoown
(2)
/1)
L6,228
vLrB53
basic series
L-1,
Jrears
rr5o4
'to1665
J.OWa..
Kansas.
Kentuclry.
Louisiana.
lvtrai.ne.
by Age, 1-957
450
/f\
O r/O
71,973
r3\
3,OO/,
2,58L
1,506
L5,512
3rr36/*
17,619
9/,O
z)6,6VO
( 3\
L6,2OO
7,292
It/+68
L0r 505
223,550
L8B,C67
670
U
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27,788
(3)
n
n
r/Q6
8r 380
(4\
-t
30,967
2'l
n</
r 3t
0
L1661
1 ' 7 . 7 " 75 R
2Ot,962
2O/rtL79
65,75O
74.,566
t l
0
ci
0
21,852
( 3\
n
0
62L,775
0
o
/+I'362
0
\r5,BB7
6n
/3\
259,551
0
f1\
/1\
/ 3\
852,29O
3r,L94
n
?41
L29,642
66
L86,756
tz),vz6
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n
0
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LOO,857
/r77
292,986
l3\
L2,1.L5
36,435
(3)
2rr2o
6r,87r
L69,A5L
81,040
3 t5/rI
JPPENDIX
TATLE 15.--Children
ileceiving
iTphoid
lrmnurLization, by Lge, L957
Children receiving basic series
S+"a-,e
j'otaL
Under
children
A_La6 ]{a.
35,04/-
275,1L6
249,33€
733,406
3 '/34
150
2L1
L, /'01
29,644
r,696
L90
24,486
0
0
0
0
21,A85
L22'!l+O
6,699
32,/,3L
Lt,
(3)
3,386
I,524
5,536
67
(3)
2,L35
a5
63,DL6
2a,7E8
L'O
l"lississippi.
i\evaoa.
Ohio.. .
re]lneSSee.
boosters
4,255
Arkersas.
0o1orado.
rtlorida.
unlloren
Age
unlalorm
I-lr
7i,83.)
345
1 ,1 3 5 6
/*3,333
52,2)2
l2),447
9,188
3,559
2,246
( 3)
(3)
(3)
6
2/.
0
5,r3/"
C
ft3
57)
36
L2
ra/"
(,.3
)
(3)
/+r7
83
0
2
95
(3)
6,41L
62
68
/',372
(3)
(3)
L,3L6
316
I93
t,21r
2
55
57,57L
)-4,926
52
63,823
247
4,276
13,857
(3)
(3)
L,Cl7
1r7/,8
25,LLO
(3)
0
0
I5
98
2,126
ltA
L26,7OO
0
0
0
0
0
52,292
i09 ,989
294
L,039
L33,C38
r29,A/*7
0
2,LL3
O
0
0
i3)
33tt,\5
2,3/,9
!,235
4,525
57
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APPEND]X
Lr-br le .--.:'ifdre:,
-pecial
;r
ed in ':i-:cellaneous Special Clinics,
cLiri:s
Tctal..
Iiart{aii.
Louisiala.
lLrrl
.nd
Oregon,
Sa6.h
rnd
5:.
ri
n l
rtri ^^^..-i
Ne,.vYork.
Vision.
Totaf
L6t,,13C
966
L1,658
2L
757
I L7t668
1 1 ClB
I o41
2L
(3)
t_ 2L2
0
850
362
(3)
4A,88
qnd
Itam'l
0
zu.emalic ferer, crrliac,
Ohio. . .
fd
16?
and l eerin4.....
29,/.,t+6
6l'2
29,t.L6
6L2
778
5
/1
]-
and Age, f957
L1
years
18-20
9,1O8
1.,1L2
16,32L
130
L,441
ur.h:ronn
395
L3,068
100
I
653
26/
786
39,652
NTdrr V^nL
Pha,rh'+i^
linder
by Tlpe of Clinic
t3\
38
38r
10,909
(3)
9
(3)
338
od
/3\
L,O11
L5
850
850
39,84L
9
338
(3)
L5
339
158
0
338
I
1.18
10
6,853
L7,902
(3)
17 ,9O2
39,84r
0
1,O79
4,O79
3T
333
3I
32
) /6
378
357
(3)
9
(3)
22
(3)
301
1
(3)
30
J /6
'77
,698
328
L,78L
7L,221
L57
1,2O8
Coloradc.
Delaware ,
965
lBB
5,r7O
L93
318
346
llawaii.
Louisiana.
triaryland,
l innesota.
26r
,!rerrr6arr.
l,/tissouri,
l{ew York.
Al-1 other,
nu5bf
bbr_pI-rf,.
l.iarr
Hom-.6hi
l.lew lork.
,rso
u
vf
rSfrlq
t^
LL7
tl6
63,232
33L
6L
7,2O7
50
r08
aoo
66
2
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30
5
L1
3
L,273
61
11
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16
11
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1.
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r-0
BO
73
o,
232
303
1.0
2 9l-7
33
5
2
1,2A8
3
26
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APPEIiDIX
TABLE17. - -],'lidwife Service s , 1957
lJur,ber of
midwives enrclled
in classes or
ins'Litu-,es
State
6, 5 3 8
36r
108
t8
L26
Al-abalna.
Al-aska.
.Arizona,
Arkansas.
Califorrda.
Colorado,
Connecticut.
Del-aware.
J-eliveries by
midwives
supervised by
health departnent
member
L,948
1L/,
t6
0
0
llunber of
-rcat
i ci ro
midwives in
State
10,087
L,372
irl
23
383
(,)
(,)
(2)
(r)
)11
t-)
(')
(')
Florlda.
283
50
6
L2
0
283
Georgia.
Ha,Jeaii.
Idaho..
Illinois.
Indiana.
/98
0
L5
0
708
10
... '. '......
I
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(')
(')
t
'7
(')
(')
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2
0
(,2')
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)
Iowa. . .
Kansas.
(')
(')
Louis iana.
Maine. .
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3!7
(2t
(,2)
Jldr y rdrru.
(2)
J\sir
uuq^J
.
Michigan,
l,{lrnesota.
'i )7
rri ^^i
^^l ..-l
rv[oD
f Db !PtJi.
r'i
ilfis souri.
l,rtrontana,
Nebraska.
Nevada.
I'len' Ha$pshlre
l!Ew
(')
rl\
(2\
Dakcta.
5
(1)
(')
r v rr,!d.
F-rerto llicc,
Rhcde IslanC.
Scuth Carclina
Scurh Dakota.
Temessee.
Texas,.
Utair. , .
Vemont.
Virgin Islands..... '
Virginia.
V/ashlrgtcn.
West Vlrginia
'l'/isconsin.
WonirU.
I
aqP
11
2a
(')
0
(')
(')
0
(2\
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140
/ I\
29
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24
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L,LO2
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0
l, 700
C
C
0
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t62
7
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982
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Ohio. . ,
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FOR TABLNS 1-17
l-. Not included
in program.
2. Not reported, information not given as to
whether services are provided.
3.
Incl-uded in program but number not
reported.
4. Not reported
ages 1-4.
separately.
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Parent inforrnation
examinations.
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data was reported.
11. Based on 791927 cases where referral
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parent
Based on I37,754 examinations
referraldata was reported.
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1-6 years of age
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