Pathways

The ValU team works with interdisciplinary teams across UCLA Health and UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital to redesign workflows and improve outcomes, patient experience, and safety. This page is updated periodically with pathways that are ready to be published to the UCLA Health community.

If you are affiliated with UCLA Health, you may access these pathways using your AD login. Unfortunately, we are currently unable to release these documents to the general public. We appreciate your understanding in this regard.

UCLA Health

Acute Stroke 

Simple Stroke Pathway

BMT Wellness Pilot Program - Allogeneic Patients

BMT Wellness Pilot Process Flow

BMT Wellness Pilot Program - Orientation Packet & Tip Sheets

BMT Wellness Flyer

BMT Wellness Schedule 

Brain Tumor IPU 

Brain Tumor IPU Patient Intake Pathway

Brain Tumor IPU Post-Operative Pathway

 

UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital

Acute Pain Pathway

Anaphylaxis Pathway

Appendicitis Pathway

Asplenia Pathway

Asthma Pathway

Bronchiolitis Pathway

Cervical Spine Injury Clearance Pathway

Community-Acquired Pneumonia Pathway

Continuous Administration of IV Fluids Pathway

Diabetic Ketoacidosis Pathway

Eating Disorder Pathway

Extremity Injury Pathway

Fever and Central Line Pathway

Gastroenteritis/Oral Rehydration Therapy Pathway

Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS) Pathway

Hypertensive Crisis Pathway

Kawasaki Disease Pathway

MIS-C Pathway

Musculoskeletal Infection Pathway

NICU - Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Pathway

NICU - Gastroschisis Pathway

NICU - Lung Injury Pathway

NICU - Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Pathway

Open Fracture Pathway

Parasitic Stool Infection Pathway

Pectus Excavatum Pathway

Pediatric G-Tube Pathway

Pediatric Sepsis Pathway

Pediatric Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) Pathway

PICU - Airway Clearance Therapy (ACT) Pathway

PICU - Analgesia/Anxiolysis Pathway

PICU - Traumatic Brain Injury Pathway

Testicular Torsion Pediatric Pathway 

Urinary Tract Infection Pathway

Urology Pediatric Opioid Stewardship (Non-Narcotic) Pathway