ICEBP Committee

ICEBP Committee

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Current ICEBP Projects

Perfusion Clinical Resources

Mission
The International Consortium for Evidence-Based Perfusion (ICEBP) is a voluntary, multi-stakeholder collaboration that seeks to advance the delivery of care and outcomes for our patients.

Vision of the ICEBP
To continuously improve the quality and safety of perfusion to the patient’s we serve.

To achieve this mission, the ICEBP will:

  1. Support the use of clinical registries dedicated to the evaluation of cardiovascular perfusion.
  2. Develop and publish evidence-based clinical practice guidelines, clinical protocols and professional standards and guidelines, and support their integration into clinical practice.
  3. Identify gaps in the medical literature and empower investigation into areas where evidence is lacking.
  4. Identify gaps between current and evidence-based clinical practice to promote the improvement in patient care.

In order to succeed, the ICEBP will engage its community through professional venues, and internal and external publications.  

Interested in becoming involved or have questions of the committee?
Contact ICEBP@amsect.org

Tips & Tricks

Useful Tools and Links:

  • Six Sigma Calculator that runs as an Excel Spreadsheet. This was shared by Jeffrey B. Riley. Please contact him using the contact information inside the spreadsheet with any questions / issues.
  • Useful Links:
  • Six Sigma SPC (Statistical Process Control) – A resource for Six Sigma and Statistical Process Control
  • SigmaZone SPC XL – a Microsoft Excel add-in which gives users powerful yet easy-to-use SPC (Statistical Process Control) capabilities. From within Excel you will be able to access many tools for statistical analysis, including Control Charting, Cpk analysis, Histograms, Paretos, MSA, and much more.
  • Statit – Enterprise level software has been helping customers measure, improve and monitor key processes and outcomes for more than 25 years.

The results of a survey among perfusionists and anesthesiologists, about current practice and the role of the previously published guidelines in changing these practices, were published. This was a joint publication in JECT and Anesthesia and Analgesia.

The survey was commented on by Eugene A. Hessel and Jerrold H. Levy. Read their interesting discussion in A&A

A Word from Rob Baker from the Guidelines Subcommittee

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