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The MyHospitals website is moving on 31 March 2020

Don’t worry – from December 11 2019 you will be able to find the latest information about your local area on the MyHospitals webpages on the AIHW website, along with many more reports and data on a range of health and welfare topics.

In some cases, the way you find information has changed. If you need help finding anything, please contact the AIHW.

Once the new MyHospitals website has been created, you will be able to access old archived versions of the previously published data through Trove, the National Library of Australia’s web archive. Please note the interactive content will not work in the archived version.

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Length of stay in hospital

Length of stay for selected medical conditions

Kidney and urinary tract infections occur frequently but can occasionally be severe enough to require treatment in hospital. The data presented here relate to those patients who stayed one or more nights for kidney and urinary tract infections without and with complications.

Kidney and urinary tract infections (without complications): average length of stay

In 2013–14 there were no patients reported for this indicator in this time period.

Year Number of overnight stays Average length of stay Peer group average Total overnight patient bed days
- There were no patients reported for this indicator in this time period.
NP Reported data did not meet the criteria to calculate this indicator.
2013–14 0 - Not peered 0
2011–12 <5 NP Not peered <5

Kidney and urinary tract infections (with complications): average length of stay

In 2011–12 reported data did not meet the criteria to calculate this indicator.

Year Number of overnight stays Average length of stay Peer group average Total overnight patient bed days
NP Reported data did not meet the criteria to calculate this indicator.
2011–12 <5 NP Not peered 26

Kidney and urinary tract infections (without complications)

- There were no patients reported for this indicator in this time period.

NP Reported data did not meet the criteria to calculate this indicator.