Since latelty a new PBM society appeared and asks for sponsorship and donation, the IFPBM foundation!
Certainly a donation here would be also good "seed money".
successful alliance has led to this:
Shannon have put Reibling's seed money to good use. With a little help from
that the WTS has so rigorously and religiously pursued. Those guys. The ones
that the WTS/HLC has targeted to join their "bloodless cult"
new bloodless branch of the international PBM tree has sprouted 2015, the IFPBM
was established, a foundation in Switzerland.
The International Foundation for Patient Blood Management (IFPBM)
The International Foundation for
Patient Blood Management (IFPBM) is a registered not-for-profit Swiss
Foundation. Formed in 2016, the Foundation has a Board of Trustees who are
supported by a group of Scientific Associates.
Registered Adress: Dufourstr.
49, 4052 Basel, Switzerland
heard right, it is now an international branch parachuting the whole PBM tree! This branch has now even online presence
and informs us how it grew so much higher. It forms now a parachute for the PBM
April IFPBM appeared in the press
In this text it is made clear that it is IFPBM that defines this new
International Foundation for Patient Blood Management (IFPBM) defines this new standard of care“
Professor James Isbister is also board
member of this society and states: "The European Commission guides on Patient
Blood Management will help greatly in improving the standard of patient-focused
care across Europe. IFPBM is very pleased to see Patient Blood Management
implemented in hospitals and medical centers of excellence across Europe and continue to expand into other counties,
greatly improving patient care and substantially lowering health care costs." The
same press text was published in German by Prof. Hans Gombotz.
Again many senior and junior PBM evangelists some already known from other PBM societies are gathered under this parachute, which forms now the international crown of the PBM tree, stabilised by the trunk of founding members.
Trustees of the International Foundation for Patient Blood Management (IFPBM), Basel Switzerland
Zenger, Aapro , Gombotz, Hofmann are the
Trustees of the IFPBM
Astrid Noorgard, Copenhagen
James Isbister, Sydney
Irwin Gross, Accumen Inc., USA
Stuart Swain, Health Pench Pty Ltd.
Hongwen Ji, Fuwai Hospital, China
Aryeh Shander, USA
Bernd Froessler Lyel McEwin Hospital
Kevin Trentino, Perth , WA
Sigismond Lasocki, Angers Univ. Hosp.
Oliver Habler, Frankfurt
Jeong Jae Lee, South Korea
Young Woo Kim, South Korea
Bruce Spiess, Florida
COOPERATION BETWEEN ALL PBM - BRANCH SOCIETIES
mention in History of
in which the organisational change and the bloodsaving PBM societies
are mentioned http://www.ifpbm.org/index.php/en/the-history-of-patient-blood-management-2
which informes about the great importance of the cooperation between all the bloodsaving societies
Along with the many bloodless programs being offered in hospitals worldwide, by the end of the 1990s organizations comitted to a new way of thinking began to emerge. Blood management would be the new standard of care and transfusion the alternative. Organizations such as the Society for the Advancement of Blood Management (SABM), the Network for the Advancement of Transfusion Alternatives (NATA), the Australasian Association for Blood Conservation (AABC) and the Medical Society for Blood Management (MSBM) sought to expand the information base by promoting and supporting research and collaboration into blood management.
A turning point came in 2009 when SABM and MSBM organized the International Consensus Conference on Transfusion Outcomes (ICCTO). International experts from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, The Joint Commission, American Red Cross, and the Australian Red Cross addressed the potential for harm associated with unnecessary blood transfusion. The findings were published in 2011 in the article: Appropriateness of allogeneic red blood cell transfusion: the international consensus conference on transfusion outcomes.
Others also comment about this cooperations
2010, une collaboration entre la Society for the Advancement of Blood
Management (SABM) et la Medical Society for Blood Management (MSBM) a évalué le
coût de l’administration d’une unité de culot globulaire en utilisant des
données collectées prospectivement dans des centres hospitaliers
nord-américains et européens (Source: L’utilisation libérale des transfusions de
plaquettes dans la réanimation initiale des patients polytraumatisés pages 7)
The Society for the
Advancement of Blood Management (SABM) and the Medical Society for Blood
Management (MSBM) are two organizations dedicated to improving patient outcomes
through the appropriate use of blood and blood products,and by developing
strategies to reduce or avoid blood transfusions.
Organizations such as
the Society for the Advancement of Blood Management (SABM), the Network
for the Advancement of Transfusion Alternatives (NATA),
the Australasian Association for Blood Conservation (AABC) and the
Medical Society for Blood Management (MSBM) sought to expand the information
base by promoting and supporting research and collaboration into blood management.
organizations associated with the clinical use of blood, 2011 in the WHO report
The European PBM Project that resulted in the EC-guidlines is however EUPBM.
Again Mr. Hofmann and Gombotz in the projectteam. This is the project in which the Austrian Institut of Technology is doing research in establishing an online database-service about bloodcomponents usage.