A clinical pathway is a task-oriented care plan that details essential steps in the care of patients with a specific clinical problem and describes the patients expected clinical course. The goal of clinical pathways is to standardize care, improve outcomes and reduce cost.
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The acute head trauma clinical pathway is a detailed care plan that outlines the steps to be taken for a child with head trauma in the emergency department.
The scrotal pain clinical pathway is a care plan that outlines the necessary steps in treating a child that presents to the emergency department with non-traumatic scrotal pain.
The anaphylaxis pathway highlights the care necessary in treating children with anaphylaxis in the emergency department.
The asthma pathway provides step-by-step guidance for evaluation and treatment of pediatric patients seen in the emergency department for asthma.
The asthma practice pathway is a detailed plan of the course of care for pediatric patients admitted for asthma treatment.
The behavioral health issues clinical pathway is a detailed plan of the essential steps in treating a pediatric patient with behavioral health issues in the emergency department.