Health Resources in the United States: Personnel, Facilities, and Services

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TABLES
PAGE
Death Rates in 1901 and 1939-41 and Their Effect on Survival Rates10
Death Rates per 100,000 Population from Selected Diseases, 1900 and 194811
Age-adjusted Death Rates per 100,000 Population, 1948, by Sex and Color for Selected Causes of Deaths15
Maternal and Infant Mortality Rates, United States, 194821
"First-hour" Deaths per 1,000 Live Births, Whites, 194924
"First-hour" Deaths per 1,000 Live Births, Urban Residents, 194925
Deaths from the Second through the Twenty-third Hour of Life, Oc­ curring in Hospitals, 194926
Percentage Distribution of Live Births by Urban and Rural Residence of Mothers, and Per cent Hospitalized, by Division and State, United States, 194827
Live Births by Attendance, by Residence, 194928
Live Births Attended by Midwives, by State of Residence, 194830
Rural Births, by Residence and by Place of Occurrence, and Number and Per cent of Births Rural by Occurrence Taking Place in Hos­ pital, 194831
Births Rural by Occurrence, Number and Per cent Taking Place in Hospital, for White and Nonwhite, 194833
Maternal Mortality Rates by Race, Birth-Registration States, 1915-48 35 Live Births, Maternal Deaths, and Maternal Mortality Rate for White and Nonwhite Mothers, by Age, 194836
Causes of Maternal Deaths, 194838
Stillbirth Ratios by Age of Mother and Color, 194839
Stillbirths by Person in Attendance, 194840
Stillbirths by Area, 194841
Nonwhite Death Rates, 194842
Average Number of Illnesses per Family and per Individual45
Number of Illnesses, Doctors' Calls, and Hospital Admissions per 1,000 Population during an Average Twelve-Month Period, Eastern Health District of Baltimore, June 1938-May 194350
Rates of Acute and Chronic Illnesses per 1,000 Population, Eastern Health District of Baltimore, June 1938-May 194350
Health Personnel58
Active, Nonfederal Physicians64
Ratios of Internships Available, Internships Filled, and Residencies Available to All Active Physicians, 195066
Full-time Specialists, 2940 and 194967
Percentage of Nursing Students in Each Class of School, and Number of Students per 1,000 Active Nurses, by Division, 195075
Age of Registered Nurses, by Activity Status, 194976
Shortages Among Hospital Personnel79

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  • The Brookings Institution ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Tables xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - Health of the Nation: Vital Statistics 5
  • Chapter I - Health Progress Since 1900 9
  • Chapter II - Variations in the Level of Health 14
  • Part II - Personnel 55
  • Chapter III - Physicians, Dentists, Nurses 60
  • Chapter V - Medical Group Practice 96
  • Part III - Facilities and Services 111
  • Chapter VI - Hospitals and Related Facilities 114
  • Chapter VII - Specified Diseases and Disabilities 135
  • Chapter VIII - Environmental Health 199
  • Chapter IX - Special Beneficiary Classes 215
  • Chapter X - Health Service in Industry 241
  • Appendixes 277
  • Index 333
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