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Despite the availability of a bronchiolitis CPG; variation in care practices still existed at our institution. The aim of our quality improvement (QI) project was to increase overall adherence with our institutional CPG in patients 60 days to 24 months of age diagnosed with bronchiolitis in the urgent care centers (UCC), emergency departments (ED), and general inpatient units from a baseline of 40.9% to 60% by the end of two bronchiolitis seasons.

MeSH Keywords

Bronchiolitis; Quality Improvement; Practice Guidelines as Topic; Hospitals, Pediatric; Guideline Adherence


CPG; Urgent Care, ED; children's hospitals


Emergency Medicine | Health Services Administration | Pediatrics | Respiratory Tract Diseases

Improving bronchiolitis care across multiple care settings using a deimplementation bundle



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