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Table 1 Number of people with at least one registration in the National Patient Register 2002–2012

From: Psychiatric care utilization among older people with intellectual disability in comparison with the general population: a register study

  All registrations Registrations with F7 as primary diagnosis excluded
gPop ID ID vs gPop gPop ID ID vs gPop
n (%) n (%) OR (95 % CI) n (%) n (%) OR (95 % CI)
Inpatient
 All 193 (2.4) 573 (7.2) 3.12 (2.64-3.69) 192 (2.4) 420 (5.3) 2.25 (1.90–2.69)
 Women 79 (2.2) 240 (6.7) 3.18 (2.46–4.12) 79 (2.2) 183 (5.1) 2.39 (1.83–3.12)
 Men 114 (2.6) 333 (7.7) 3.08 (2.48–3.83) 113 (2.6) 237 (5.5) 2.16 (1.72–2.72)
Outpatient
 All 452 (5.7) 1442 (18.2) 3.68 (3.29–4.11) 452 (5.7) 945 (11.9) 2.24 (1.99–2.52)
 Women 210 (5.8) 626 (17.3) 2.40 (2.88–4.00) 210 (5.8) 417 (11.6) 2.11 (1.78–2.51)
 Men 242 (5.6) 816 (18.9) 3.92 (3.38–4.56) 242 (5.6) 528 (12.2) 2.35 (2.00–2.75)
Total
 All 505 (6.4) 1558 (19.6) 3.59 (3.23–4.00) 504 (6.4) 1075 (13.5) 2.31 (2.07–2.58)
 Women 228 (6.3) 674 (18.7) 3.41 (2.91–3.99) 228 (6.3) 478 (13.2) 2.26 (1.92–2.67)
 Men 277 (6.4) 884 (20.4) 3.75 (3.26–4.33) 276 (6.4) 597 (13.8) 2.35 (2.02–2.73)
  1. Percentages are based on the entire cohort, i.e. 7936 people in the gPop and ID cohort, respectively
  2. Number of people with at least one registration during 2002–2012 among people with intellectual disability (ID) and an age and sex matched sample from the general population (gPop). Odds ratios (ORs) with 95 % confidence intervals (95 % CI) are estimated by logistic regression