Table 2

Intercept, residual SE, and change in level and trend after lockdown was imposed with corresponding p values (compared with average of last 4 years, the control group)

CohortInterceptChange in level after interventionChange in trend after interventionResidual SE
All patients, n=100 1650.833*0.196 (0.0077)0.029 (0.0536)0.082
Stratification by healthcare setting
 Resolved within primary care0.913*0.244*0.022 (0.0001)0.032
 Hospital0.134*−0.005 (0.7894)0.004 (0.1149)0.014
Stratification of population cohort by sex†
 Men, n=39 6730.976*0.210*0.009 (0.0068)0.035
 Women, n=60 3601.090*0.277*0.024 (0.0015)0.042
Stratification of population cohort by age (years)
 0–5, n=14070.839*0.367 (0.0013)−0.009 (0.5175)0.127
 5–17, n=10 7390.618*0.159 (0.0328)−0.005 (0.6351)0.061
 18–54, n=43 7400.919*0.238 (0.0010)0.037 (0.0004)0.059
 ≥55, n=44 2791.305*0.241*0.002 (0.7942)0.041
Stratification of population cohort by region
 East England, n=21 0021.067*0.283*0.014 (0.0307)0.048
 East Midlands, n=44830.787*0.371*0.037 (0.0003)0.083
 London, n=33020.639*−0.261 (0.0702)−0.004 (0.8451)0.133
 North East, n=49851.205*−0.068 (0.6176)−0.025 (0.1845)0.108
 North West, n=12 4561.186*0.258 (0.0147)0.060 (0.0001)0.089
 South East, n=20 4451.030*0.261*0.000 (0.9582)0.051
 South West, n=14 3781.049*0.275*0.010 (0.0028)0.050
 West Midlands, n=18741.383*0.590 (0.0031)0.146*0.191
 Yorkshire and the Humber, n=17 2400.989*0.132 (0.0235)−0.011 (0.1555)0.048
  • *P<0.0001.

  • †A total of 132 patients did not have sex information in the database.