A List Of All Clinical Pathways From The Children’s Hospital Of Philadelphia (CHOP)

I accessed this Clinical Pathways Library from The Children’s Hospital Of Philadelphia (CHOP) on 9/5/2020.

Each of the individual clinical pathways provides an excellent memory aid and checklist.

All Clinical Pathways

Abdominal Injury, Inpatient

Abdominal Pain in Post Pubertal Girls, ED

Abdominal Pain, Chronic, Outpatient Specialty Care – Updated

Abuse Physical, ED

Abuse, Physical, Outpatient Specialty and Primary Care

Abuse, Sexual, ED – Updated

Airway, Difficult/Critical, All Settings

Anaphylaxis, ED

Anaphylaxis, Inpatient

Anaphylaxis, Outpatient Specialty and Primary Care

Antimicrobial Lock Therapy, Inpatient

Aplastic Anemia, All Settings

Appendicitis, ED

Appendicitis, Inpatient

Asthma Exacerbation, Acute, PICU

Asthma, Acute, Primary Care

Asthma, ED

Asthma, Inpatient

Asthma, Known or New Diagnosis, Primary Care

Atopic Dermatitis, All Settings

Autism Screening, Primary Care

Autism Spectrum Disorder, All Settings

Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome, Inpatient and N/IICU – New

Behavioral Health Concerns in EMU, Inpatient

Behavioral Health Discharge Disposition, Inpatient

Behavioral Health Issues, ED

Blood Culture, PICU and PCU

Bone Density Scan (DXA), Outpatient Specialty and Primary Care

Brief Resolved Unexplained Event, ED and Inpatient

Bronchiolitis, ED

Bronchiolitis, Inpatient

Bronchiolitis, Oral/Enteral Feeding, ED and Inpatient – Updated

Burn Injury, Emergency – Updated

Burn Injury, Inpatient

Cellulitis, Preseptal or Orbital, All Settings

Cellulitis/Abscess, ED

Cellulitis/Abscess, Inpatient

Chest Pain, ED

Constipation, ED

Constipation, Inpatient

COVID-19 Screening, ED

COVID-19 Screening, Inpatient

COVID-19 Screening, Outpatient Specialty and Primary Care

COVID-19, Acute, All Settings – New

Croup, ED

Croup, Inpatient

Delirium, CICU, PICU, PCU

Dental Trauma or Infection, ED

Depression, Outpatient Behavioral Health and Primary Care – New

Diabetes Type 1 with Acute Illness, ED

Diabetic Ketoacidosis, ED

Diabetic Ketosis without Acidosis, Inpatient

Double Volume Exchange Transfusion, ICU

EEG Monitoring, PICU, NICU, CICU

End of Life Care, ED – Updated

Febrile Infant, ED

Febrile Infant, Inpatient

Febrile Seizure without Neurological Disease, Outpatient Specialty Care and Primary Care

Febrile Seizures without Known Seizure Disorder, Emergency and Inpatient

Fever Non-Oncology CVC, Emergency

Fever, All Settings – Updated

Fluid Administration, Continuous IV

Foreign Body Ingestion

Foster Care, Outpatient Specialty Care – Updated

Fracture, Extremity, Suspected

Fracture, Open Long Bone

Fracture, Pelvis

G, GJ, J Complications, Inpatient

G-J or G-Tube Displacement

Gastroenteritis and Dehydration, ED – Updated

Gastroenteritis and Dehydration, Inpatient

Glucose Monitoring, Healthy Newborn

Head Trauma, Acute

Hearing Screening

Heart Failure, Suspected Acute

Hemophilia with Head Trauma

Hyperammonemia, Neonatal, ED, PICU – New

Hyperbilirubinemia/Jaundice, Neonatal, Emergent Care

Hyperbilirubinemia/Jaundice, Neonatal, Inpatient and Primary Care


Initiating Pancreatic Enzyme Replacement Therapy (PERT)

Intracranial Hypertension, Non-traumatic

Iron Deficiency and Anemia, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

Jeune Syndrome/Chest Wall Hypoplasia, VEPTR Implantation, ICU and Inpatient

Kawasaki Disease, ED and Inpatient

Laceration, Emergency

Malnutrition (FTT), Infant, Inpatient

Malnutrition (Undernutrition), Inpatient

Malnutrition, Weight Loss and Eating Disorders — Age > 7 Years Old, ICU and Inpatient

Meningitis, Suspected, Age > 56 days

Micrognathia Pathway for Neonates/Infants

Migraine Headache, Emergent Care

Migraine Headache, Inpatient Treatment

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C), Emergency, ICU and Inpatient

Myelomeningocele/Myeloschisis, Neonatal, ICU – Updated

Neck Space Infection, Deep

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

Nephrolithiasis Clinical Pathway — Emergency Department – Updated

Nephrolithiasis, Outpatient Specialty Care

Neurogenic Bowel Management in Patients with Spina Bifida Clinical Pathway — Outpatient Specialty Care

Neuromuscular Scoliosis Spinal Fusion

Nitric Oxide, Inhaled

Nitric Oxide, Inhaled, for Newborns with Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension

Nutrition, PICU/PCU, Initiation and Advancement

Obesity Prevention and Management

Oncology Patient, with Fever

Otitis Media, Acute

PDA Management in First Month for High-Risk Preterm Neonate, ICU and Inpatient

Penicillin Drug Allergy

Perioperative Care, Newborns/Infants – Updated

Persistent Hypoglycemia, Newborn

Pneumonia, All Settings – Updated


Post-cath Pulse Loss

Post-Hemorrhagic Hydrocephalus, Pre-Term Infants

Pre/Post-Op Nutrition for Congenital Heart Disease, Neonates

Preparing Children for Anesthesia/Sedation, ED and Inpatient – New

Prevention of Acute Chemotherapy Induced Nausea and Vomiting (CINV), Inpatient, Outpatient Specialty

Scrotal/Testicular Pain, Non-Traumatic

Sedation, Procedural, ED – New

Sedation/Analgesia, CICU, Mechanically Ventilated Patient

Sedation/Analgesia, N/IICU, Mechanically Ventilated Patient

Sedation/Analgesia, PICU, Mechanically Ventilated Patient

Sepsis, Emergency

Sepsis, N/IICU

Sepsis, PICU

Sepsis, CICU/CCU

Septic Arthritis, Suspected

Sickle Cell Disease with Fever

Sickle Cell Disease with Pain

Single Ventricle Monitoring Program, Infant

Single Ventricle, Fetus or Newborn

Spinal Cord Injury, ED and PICU – Updated

Spinal Fusion, Post-Op, Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS)

Spinal Muscular Atrophy with Acute Respiratory Failure, PICU

Status Epilepticus

Steroid Stress Dosing and Weaning

Stroke, Suspected

Suicide Risk Assessment and Care Planning, Outpatient Specialty Care – Updated

T&A Bleed, Post Op

T&A with or without Pre-operative Polysomnography

Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF), Post-Operative Care

Therapeutic Hypothermia, Neonatal, Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE)

Thermoregulation, PICU and PCU – Updated

Total Thyroidectomy, Hypocalcemia Surveillance, Inpatient, Outpatient Specialty Care

Transition to Adult Care, Outpatient Specialty Care and Primary Care

Transposition of the Great Arteries (TGA), Newborn

Trauma Resuscitation, Emergency

Traumatic Brain Injury, ED and ICU

Ulcerative Colitis, Acute Severe, Inpatient

Urinary Tract Dilation, Perinatal – Updated

Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), Febrile, All settings – Updated

Uterine Bleeding, Acute Abnormal

UTI Management, ICU and Inpatient – Updated

Vascular Access, Emergency Department

Vascular Access, Inpatient

Venous Thromboembolism, Catheter-Related, CICU/CCU

Ventilator Weaning, PICU

Ventricular Shunt Obstruction/Infection, ED, ICU, Inpatient

VEPTR Procedures, Inpatient

VTE Prevention, Inpatient

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