Medical Statistics from Hospitals Establishments of Subdivisions of Military Troops from Composition of the Eastern Rumelian Militias, 1879. General Notes.
AbstractWe note that the first official census in Eastern Rumelia, dates from 1884 and official statistics (including medical statistics) was born much later.
In this sense, we hope that our research related to the study of basic classes of diseases medications for treating them and most importantly - the application of modern methods of analysis and statistics regarding frequency of disease, relative share of diseases hospital mortality and others forВ hospitals, subject to the Eastern Rumelian Militias (May -July 1879) may be useful for researchers working on these still not sufficiently researched topics "Health in Eastern Rumelia. Medical statistics".
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