Total Reps (repeats) mean the amount of time of the first and last steps that were executed. Total reps might be higher than reps on some individual tasks if some steps were skipped. The first default step is usually a patient creation. So it is not necessarily the number of hospitalizations matching the criteria - but rather several hospitalizations with properly executed workflows - thus measuring average times.

Similarly, time and reps on the yellow card show average time to execute a step and how many hospitalizations were included in calculating that average:

16 minutes on induction card mean that induction takes 16 minutes on average after executing a catheter and 8 reps tell us that there were 8 hospitalizations where induction was executed later than the catheter. 

How is it possible that Induction shows 8 reps but recovery shows 9 reps? Well turns out that there were 10 hospitalizations. But one of them had catheter and induction mixed up, and another had only the first two steps executed:

With two tasks mixed up in hospitalization, it’s counted as one rep for every task besides one task that was executed too early simply because you couldn’t measure the time between catheter and induction when it is executed earlier than the catheter.

If you exclude catheter from time measurements, you’ll see that induction was executed 9 times and took 48 minutes on average after premedication:

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