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Year Number of Results
1944 1
1945 7
1946 27
1947 27
1948 19
1949 19
1950 43
1951 52
1952 57
1953 44
1954 26
1955 19
1956 20
1957 29
1958 27
1959 24
1960 36
1961 23
1962 31
1963 34
1964 47
1965 41
1966 103
1967 113
1968 156
1969 204
1970 185
1971 195
1972 175
1973 247
1974 293
1975 273
1976 271
1977 288
1978 302
1979 304
1980 230
1981 197
1982 209
1983 186
1984 211
1985 179
1986 213
1987 217
1988 254
1989 289
1990 321
1991 336
1992 328
1993 349
1994 354
1995 326
1996 274
1997 343
1998 329
1999 365
2000 359
2001 396
2002 393
2003 394
2004 446
2005 462
2006 499
2007 521
2008 531
2009 483
2010 595
2011 653
2012 776
2013 708
2014 633
2015 702
2016 753
2017 607
2018 488
2019 231
2020 7
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Analysing the link between public transport use and airborne transmission: mobility and contagion in the London underground.
Goscé L and Johansson A. Environ Health 2018. PMID 30514301 Free PMC article.
METHODS: We study a large number of journeys on the London Underground, which is known to be particularly crowded at certain times. We use publically available Oyster card data (the electronic ticket used for public transport in Greater London), to infer passengers' routes on the underground network. ...
METHODS: We study a large number of journeys on the London Underground, which is known to be particularly crowded at certain times. W …
Ridding London of smallpox: the aerial transmission debate and the evolution of a precautionary approach.
Mortimer PP. Epidemiol Infect 2008 - Review. PMID 18325128 Free PMC article.
The efforts of the Metropolitan Asylums Board in Victorian London to isolate cases of smallpox in hospitals, and so limit its spread, set off a controversy about , i.e. alleged escapes of the disease into the neighbourhood. ...Not all agreed with Power, but as a result from 1885 the Board removed almost all known cases of smallpox in London to hospital ships moored in the Thames Estuary. ...
The efforts of the Metropolitan Asylums Board in Victorian London to isolate cases of smallpox in hospitals, and so limit its spread, …
Surveillance of tuberculosis (TB) cases attributable to relapse or reinfection in London, 2002-2015.
Afshar B, et al. PLoS One 2019. PMID 30768624 Free PMC article.
We categorised recurrent TB cases from notifications in London (2002-2015) as relapse or reinfection using molecular (MIRU VNTR strain type) and epidemiological information (hierarchical approach using time since notification, site of disease and method of case finding). ...Reinfection was more common among long term migrants (>11 years, OR = 1.67, p = <0.001), those with a social risk factor (OR = 1.96, p = <0.001) and within specific areas in London. ...
We categorised recurrent TB cases from notifications in London (2002-2015) as relapse or reinfection using molecular (MIRU VNTR strai …
Exposure to air pollutants during commuting in London: Are there inequalities among different socio-economic groups?
Rivas I, et al. Environ Int 2017. PMID 28188054 Free article.
We compared the exposure to particulate matter (PM(1), PM(2.5) and PM(10)), Black Carbon (BC) and ultrafine particles (PNCs; 0.02-1μm) for typical commutes by car, bus and underground from 4 London areas with different levels of income deprivation (G(1) to G(4), from most to least deprived). ...
We compared the exposure to particulate matter (PM(1), PM(2.5) and PM(10)), Black Carbon (BC) and ultrafine particles (PNCs; 0.02-1μm) for t …
Teething in 18th Century: comparison among Edinburgh, Glasgow and London.
Orchardson R. Dent Hist 2016. PMID 29894045
A contemporary publication (The Scots Magazine) gives the annual causes of death in Edinburgh and London between the years 1739-92. The figures reveal that there were more deaths from teething in Edinburgh than London, although the reasons for this were not explained. ...
A contemporary publication (The Scots Magazine) gives the annual causes of death in Edinburgh and London between the years 1739-92. T …
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