Smallpox in São Paulo (SP, Brazil): History of admissions at the Institute of Infectious Diseases Emilio Ribas between 1898 and 1970

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The objective of this article is to describe the admissions for smallpox at the Institute of Infectious Diseases Emilio Ribas, during the period from 1898 to 1970, showing the origin of the patients' residence in the metropolitan region of São Paulo. It is a descriptive study which used secondary data collected from the record books for admissions at the Institute during the period of 1898 to 1970. The hospital records were counted and grouped into periods of 10 years. The total amount of admissions were 11,393. From the total of 533 deaths, 251 of the patients were female, 280 male and two unknown. These patients resided in 139 different locations. The city of São Paulo contributed with 7915 or 69.5% of the total, followed by Santo André, Mogi das Cruzes, Guarulhos, São Caetano do Sul, Osasco and Suzano. It was seen 237 patients in transit. For 994 admissions the municipality of origin was ignored, despite indications in the records.

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Ribeiro, A. F., Pascalicchio, F. V., da Silva, P. A. V., & Opromolla, P. A. (2011). Smallpox in São Paulo (SP, Brazil): History of admissions at the Institute of Infectious Diseases Emilio Ribas between 1898 and 1970. Ciencia e Saude Coletiva, 16(2), 423–432. https://doi.org/10.1590/S1413-81232011000200006

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