Each circle represents a hospital and its size represents the number of patient days under surveillance. The bigger the circle, the greater the number of patient days for that hospital.
The rate of SAB infections per financial year is shown by the relative position up and down the chart. The higher the circle, the higher the rate. Hospitals with less than 5000 patient days under surveillance are not shown
Overlapping circles indicate more than one hospital with the same rate.
Hovering the cursor over a circle highlights that hospital’s performance over time.