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Table 6 Return rates for selected categories of patients

From: Which young people in England are most at risk of an alcohol-related revolving-door readmission career?

Category description Number in category Number readmitted Readmittance rate
Overall 7286 677 9.3%
Complicating diagnoses a
  Has one or more of the complicating diagnoses 1899 288 15.2%
  Has none of the complicating diagnoses 5387 389 7.2%
 Injury
  Does not have an accompanying injury 6140 604 9.8%
  Does have an accompanying injury 1146 73 6.4%
 Injury and complicating diagnoses
  Doesn't have injury, and has none of the complicating diagnoses 4281 321 7.5%
  Has injury, and has none of the complicating diagnoses 1106 68 6.1%
 Gender
  Female 3733 397 10.6%
  Male 3553 280 7.9%
 Gender and complicating diagnoses
  Female without any of the complicating diagnoses 2529 205 8.1%
  Male without any of the complicating diagnoses 2858 184 6.4%
  Female with one or more of the complicating diagnoses 1204 192 15.9%
  Male with one or more of the complicating diagnoses 695 96 13.8%
  1. a Defined here as having one or more of the following: another (i.e., non-alcohol) comorbid substance use, a comorbid mental health diagnosis, or a comorbid self-harm diagnosis