Table 4

Patient diagnosis and transplant type

SexAge at transplantDiagnosisOrgan
1M28Tetralogy of Fallot—s/p FontanHeart/liver
2F45Dextro-transposition of the great arteriesHeart
3F44Single right ventricle/pulmonary atresia—heterotaxyHeart/lung
4M42Double outlet right ventricle—heterotaxy—s/p FontanHeart/liver
5M57Dextro-transposition of the great arteries/VSDHeart
6F33Double inlet left ventricle—s/p FontanHeart/liver
7M38Tricuspid atresia/ASD/VSD—s/p FontanHeart/liver
8F42Dextro-transposition of the great arteriesHeart
9F38Hypoplastic right ventricle/TGA/VSD—s/p FontanHeart/liver
10F56Tetralogy of FallotHeart
11M55Tetralogy of FallotHeart/liver
12F40Dextro-transposition of the great arteriesHeart
13F23Tetralogy of Fallot/pulmonary atresiaHeart
14F29Double-outlet right ventricle—s/p FontanHeart/liver
15F28Tetralogy of FallotHeart
16M39Double-inlet left ventricle/TGA—s/p FontanHeart/liver
17F57Ebstein anomaly/ASDHeart
19F37VSD/pulmonary hypertensionHeart/lung
18M52Noonan syndrome—HCM/coarctation of the aortaHeart/lung
20F33Double inlet left ventricle/TGA—s/p FontanHeart/liver
  • Patient demographics, diagnosis and transplant type.

  • ASD, atrial septal defect; HCM, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy; F, female; M, male; TGA, transposition of the great arteries; VSD, ventricular septal defect.