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Reducing Invasive Care for Low-risk Febrile Infants Through Implementation of a Clinical Pathway.

by on February 12, 2019
SourcePediatrics. 2019 Feb 6. pii: e20181610. doi: 10.1542/peds.2018-1610.

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Date of publication: February, 2019

Publication type: Quality report

In a nutshell: Implementation of a clinical pathway by using QI methods resulted in sustained reduction in invasive interventions for low-risk febrile infants without missed SBIs. Clinical pathways and QI can be key strategies in the delivery of evidence-based care for febrile infants.

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