Table 1

Demographic characteristics and ozone exposure estimates across crime and deprivation median-dichotomised exposure categories

Outpatient
(n=11 719)
Low crime/low deprivation (most advantaged) (n=4052 (34.5))Low crime/high deprivation (n=1785 (15.23))High crime/low deprivation (n=1821 (15.54))High crime/high deprivation (least advantaged) (n=4061 (34.65))
Age category (n (%))
 5–9 years2010 (49.61)869 (48.68)883 (48.49)2047 (50.41)
 10–13 years1143 (28.21)509 (28.52)507 (27.84)1094 (26.94)
 14–17 years899 (22.19)407 (22.8)431 (23.67)920 (22.65)
Sex
 Female1670 (41.21)764 (42.80)825 (45.30)1849 (45.53)
 Male2382 (58.79)1021 (57.2)996 (54.7)2212 (54.47)
Residential borough
 The Bronx911 (22.48)622 (34.85)130 (7.14)2578 (63.48)
 Brooklyn1063 (26.23)487 (27.28)862 (47.34)777 (19.13)
 Manhattan534 (13.18)292 (16.36)699 (38.39)627 (15.44)
 Queens1327 (32.75)375 (21.01)130 (7.14)79 (1.95)
 Staten Island217 (5.36)9 (0.5)0 (0)0 (0)
Residential ozone quartile (ppb)
 Q1 (3.2–22)887 (21.89)437 (24.48)526 (28.89)1079 (26.57)
 Q2 (>22–28)1016 (25.07)428 (23.98)429 (23.56)1023 (25.19)
 Q3 (>28–35)1037 (25.59)456 (25.55)429 (23.56)1008 (24.42)
 Q4 (>35–64)1112 (27.44)464 (25.99)403 (22.13)951 (23.42)