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Transplant Clinical Pathways

The Transplant Clinical Pathways are intended to assist in clinical decision making by describing a range of generally acceptable interventions and outcomes. The guidelines attempt to define practices that meet the needs of most patients under most circumstances. However, the ultimate judgment must be made based on circumstances that are relevant to that patient and treatment may be modified according to the individual patient needs.

Kidney Transplant Recipient Clinical Pathways

Kidney transplant recipient evaluation pathway
Kidney transplant recipient periop pathway
Kidney transplant recipient inpatient pathway  
kidney transplant recipient post-op pathway  

Pancreas Transplant Recipient Clinical Pathways

Pancreas transplant recipient evaluation pathway 
Pancreas transplant recipient periop pathway
Pancreas transplant recipient inpatient pathway
Pancreas transplant recipient post-op pathway

Liver Transplant Recipient Clinical Pathways

Liver transplant recipient evaluation pathway  
Liver transplant recipient periop pathway
Liver transplant recipient ICU pathway
Liver transplant recipient inpatient pathway 
Liver transplant recipient post-op pathway

Living Kidney Donor Clinical Pathways

Living kidney donor evaluation pathway  
Living kidney donor periop pathway 
Living kidney donor inpatient pathway
Living kidney donor post-op pathway  

Patient and Family Versions of Clinical Pathways

Kidney transplant recipient patient and family version of pathway
Pancreas transplant recipient patient and family version of pathway
Liver transplant recipient patient and family version of pathway
Living kidney donor patient and family version of pathway

The transplantation clinical pathways on this website were developed at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Transplant Institute and implemented for use in 2006.  We are making them available on our website for educational purposes only. These pathways are not intended to replace the services of transplant professionals, nor do they constitute a doctor-patient relationship.  These pathways are provided for informational purposes only and are not practice standards for anyone outside the transplant team at our institution.