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ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) (See under "Mental Health")


Albumin Use

Alzheimer's Disease (See under "Dementia")

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Aminoglycoside Dosing Guidelines (See under "Antibiotics")

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Angina (Chronic, Stable)


     Adult Anticoagulation Drug Guidelines


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     Pediatric Anticoagulation Drug Guidelines



     Lectures, Formulary Flashes, Memos

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Antifungal IV Therapy Guidelines

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Argatroban Use (See under "Anticoagulation")

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Asthma or COPD Management (Outpatient)

Atrial Tachyarrhythmias (see "Cardiology")

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 Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)

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 Bleeding Disorders


Breast and Cervical Cancer

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Cervical Cancer (See "Breast and Cervical Cancer")

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Cholesterol (See "Hyperlipidemia")

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Clostridium difficile

Code Blue Drugs and Guidelines

Colorectal Cancer (Metastatic)

Community Acquired Pneumonia  (See Under Infectious Diseases)

Congestive Heart Failure (Acute)

Congestive Heart Failure (Chronic)


Critical Care

CroFab (See "Snakebites")

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CVA (See "Stroke")

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Darbepoetin Alfa Guidelines


Depression (See under Mental Health)



DVT Prophylaxis (see "Anticoagulation")

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Exposure Pathways

Factor VII/NovoSeven (See Hemophilia Algorithm under "Bleeding Disorders")

Factor IX Complex Concentration (Profilnine) (See Treatment of Hemorrhage in Patients with an Elevated INR under "Bleeding Disorders")

FEIBA (See Hemophilia Algorithm under "Bleeding Disorders") 

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Fluoroquinolone Use (See under "Antibiotics")

Fomepizole Use

Genital Warts

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GI Disorders

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Hemophilia (See under "Bleeding Disorders". A clotting factor reference table is also available in this section)

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Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia (See under "Anticoagulation")

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Hepatitis B (See Under Infectious Diseases)

Hepatitis C (See Under Infectious Diseases)

HIV Disease (See under "Infectious Diseases")

Hyperalimentation Orders (See "Parenteral Nutrition Orders")

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Hypertonic Saline Use


Infectious Diseases

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Iron Guidelines

Kcentra® (for the treatment of life threatening bleeds on oral anticoagulants, see Bleeding Disorders)

Ketamine (See various guidelines posted under Critical Care and Neurocritical Care)

Lepirudin Use (Production of this medication discontinued May 2012)

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Linezolid Use (See under "Antibiotics")

Macrolide Use (See under "Antibiotics")

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Malaria (See under "Infectious Diseases")

Mental Health


         Bipolar Disease Pathways

       Depression Pathways

       Schizophrenia Pathways


Methadone Use



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Neurocritical Care

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Occupational Exposure (See "Exposure Pathways")

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 Pain Management

Pap Smear (See under "Breast and Cervical Cancer")

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Parenteral Nutrition Orders

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Profilnine (No longer being stocked, see Kcentra guideline under "Bleeding Disorders")

Prostate Cancer


Pulmonary Hypertension

Quinolone Use (See under "Antibiotics")

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Scabies (See under "Infectious Diseases")

Seizures (See under "Epilepsy")

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Subarachnoid Hemorrhage


Thrombate III Algorithm for use in CPB (See under "Anticoagulation")


Total Parenteral Nutrition Orders (See "Parenteral Nutrition Orders")

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Tramadol (See under "Pain Management")

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Tranexamic Acid (TXA) (See under "Bleeding Disorders")

Tuberculosis  (See under "Infectious Diseases")

Urinary Incontinence

Vaccine Information

Wound Care

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