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Table 3 Regression output for interrupted time series model

From: Does admission prevalence change after reconfiguration of inpatient services? An interrupted time series analysis of the impact of reconfiguration in five centres

  Emergency admission /1000 population at the end of the period of analysis Percentage change (95% CI) in rate of emergency admissions/month before reconfiguration Percentage change (95% CI) in rate of emergency admission immediately after reconfiguration Regression coefficient (95% CI) for interaction term describing the change in emergency admission/month before and after reconfiguration p-value of interaction term
Admissions to Greenock and Paisley before and after reconfiguration in Greenock 3.3 0.05 (-0.01, 0.21) 6.41 (-1.6, 15.0) 0.37 (0.16, 0.60) <0.001
Admissions to Perth and Dundee before and after reconfiguration in Perth 4.3 0.47 (0.32, 0.62) 6.99 (-.02, 14.6) -0.05 (-0.07, -0.03) <0.001
Admissions to Elgin and Aberdeen before and after reconfiguration in Elgin 5.9 0.12 (-0.03, 0.26) -11.80 (-25.0, 3.7) 1.11 (-1.55, 3.84) 0.414
Admissions to Paisley and Glasgow before and after reconfiguration in Paisley 3.1 -0.15 (-0.33, 0.01) -2.8 (-11.7, 6.9) 0.49 (-0.70, 1.66) 0.244
Admissions to Livingston and Edinburgh before and after reconfiguration in Livingston 3.4 0.36 (0.16, 0.56) -9.77 (-21.5, 3.7) 0.41 (-0.06, 1.40) 0.418
Admissions to Inverness before and after reconfiguration in Elgin 7.5 0.12 (-0.03, 0.28) 8.1 (-2.7, 20.0) 0.21 (-0.08, 1.24) 0.681