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Table 1 Summary of open heart surgery procedures in patients with myelodysplastic syndrome

From: Minimally invasive mitral valve repair via right mini-thoracotomy in patient with myelodysplastic syndrome

   Preoperative   Perioperative  
Author (year) Age
Sex
WBC
(/μL)
Hb
(g/dL)
Plt
(/μL)
Surgery G-CSF Transfusion Complication
Yamagish [7] 1996 61
M
1100 3000 CABG + +
Okamura [17] 1999 56
F
4400 11.3 130,000 MVR +
Miyagi [8] 2001 79
M
1850 9.8 48,000 CABG + +
Yamashiro [18] 2002 68
M
3800 9.8 19,000 MVR +
Kurisu [10] 2003 60
M
468
(neu)*
9.8 27,000 AVR + +
Hasegawa [19] 2003 70
M
1200 4.7 124,000 AVR
Asc.Ao GR
+ + Tamponade
Daitoku [11] 2007 73
F
1860 7.5 15,000 AVR +
Tanaka [12] 2008 78
M
1600 5.6 AVR + +
Cavolli [9] 2010 70
M
1600 6.2 CABG + +
Okonogi [13] 2010 73
F
3700 10.1 34,000 AVR +
Minami [20] 2011 73
F
3700 8.4 43,000 AVR
Asc.Ao GR
+ + SAH
Omoto [16] 2011 67
F
4600 11.9 307,000 MVP
MAZE
+ Mediastinitis
Gangwani [14] 2014 66
M
3100 7.7 127,000 AVR +
Present Case 77
M
1500 11.3 106,000 MVP + +
  1. CABG coronary artery bypass grafting
  2. AVR aortic valve replacement
  3. MVR mitral valve replacement
  4. MVP mitral valve plasty
  5. Asc.Ao GR ascending aortic graft replacement
  6. SAH subarachnoid hemorrhage