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Table 3 GBS cases after cardiac bypass surgery

From: Guillain-Barre syndrome after coronary artery bypass graft surgery: a case report and literature review

S. no. Author/year Age (years)/sex Onset time after surgery Neurological
features
GBS variant Treatment Outcome
1 Renlund et al. [3] 65 M 9 days -- -- PP --
2 Hogan et al. [4] 60 M 15 days -- -- PP --
3 Hogan et al. [4] 53 M 15 days -- -- PP --
4 Campbell et al. [5] 71 M 1 day Quadriparesis, dyspnea, and dysphagia AIDP IVIG Incomplete recovery
5 Algahtani et al. [6] 71 F 4 days Paraparesis, Severe right leg pain AIDP PP Discharged. Functional status not known
6 Punith et al. [7] 65 M 12 days Quadriparesis,
Paraesthesia
Acute axonal polyneuropathy IVIG Complete recovery
7 Cingoz et al. [8] 67 M 2 days Paraparesis,
Paresthesia
--- PP Complete recovery
8 Vettath and Kannan [9] 70 M 7 days Quadriparesis --- IVIG Incomplete recovery
9 Hekmat (2016) [10] 52 M 12 months Quadriparesis,
Paresthesia
AIDP IVIG Incomplete recovery
10 Mustafa et al. (2017) [11] 50 M 5 days Ataxia, ptosis, weakness
and paresthaseia
MFS Both PP and IVIG Death
11 Kumar et al. [12] 64 M 1 day Dyspnea,
Paraparesis
AIDP IVIG Complete recovery
12 Eker et al. [13] 56 M 2 days Paraparesis AIDP IVIG Complete recovery
13 Present case 54 M 10 days Quadriparesis AIDP PP Incomplete recovery
  1. AIDP acute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy, CABG coronary artery bypass grafting, F female, GBS Guillain-Barre syndrome, IVIG intravenous immunoglobulin, M male, MFS Miller Fisher syndrome, PP plasmapharesis