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Table 2 Absolute numbers and standardized utilisation rates of the Emergency Department contacts

From: Disparities in emergency department use between Italians and migrants residing in Rome, Italy: the Rome Dynamic Longitudinal Study from 2005 to 2015

  Pre-2008
All-cause CVDs Mental disorders Injuries
Na % SURb × 1000 N % SUR × 1000 N % SUR ×1000 N % SUR ×1000
Total 1,637,551 100 271 38,620 2.4 6 38,826 2.4 7 551,798 33.7 93
Origin country
 Italy 1,510,893 92.3 279 37,005 95.8 6 37,164 95.7 7 520,153 94.3 99
 HDCc 6078 0.4 87 72 0.2 1 89 0.2 1 1823 0.3 28
 HMPCd 120,580 7.4 207 1543 4.0 3 1573 4.1 3 29,822 5.4  
  of which
  Africa 21,143 1.3 236 231 0.6 3 274 0.7 3 4804 0.9 51
  Asia 28,733 1.8 155 584 1.5 3 276 0.7 1 6416 1.2 34
  Latin-America 20,667 1.3 246 133 0.3 2 249 0.6 3 4995 0.9 57
  Central-Eastern Europe 50,037 3.1 229 595 1.5 4 774 2.0 3 13,607 2.5 57
  Post-2008
  All-cause CVDs Mental disorders Injuries
  N % SUR ×1000 N % SUR × 1000 N % SUR ×1000 N % SUR ×1000
Total 2,654,244 100 251 72,472 2.7 6 64,704 2.4 7 786,208 29.6 83
Origin country
 Italy 2,311,510 87.1 261 66,348 91.5 6 59,560 92.0 7 710,904 90.4 85
 HDC 11,311 0.4 93 207 0.3 2 194 0.3 2 3006 0.4 28
 HMPC 331,423 12.5 208 5917 8.2 4 4950 7.7 3 72,298 9.2 44
  of which
  Africa 50,321 1.9 243 793 1.1 4 736 1.1 3 9844 1.3 43
  Asia 80,809 3.0 161 2063 2.8 4 726 1.1 1 15,462 2.0 30
  Latin-America 48,332 1.8 251 476 0.7 3 604 0.9 3 10,788 1.4 57
  Central-Eastern Europe 151,961 5.7 222 2585 3.6 4 2884 4.5 4 36,204 4.6 52
  1. a N: absolute numbers; b SUR: Standardized Utilisation Rates; c HDC: Highly Developed Countries; d High Migratory Pressure Countries