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The Sunday People said the data has now been updated and shows one death from Fontan procedures within 30 days of the op and two deaths, which includes Luke, for 2011/12.
A Bristol University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust spokesman said: "Following revision by NICOR, to correct this omission, the hospital's 30-day mortality rate for Fontan procedure, remains in the expected range.
The Fontan procedure (consisting of three surgical procedures), was employed to correct the defect.
The art enthusiast underwent a Fontan Procedure to correct a congenital heart defect, which left him with just one ventricle - normal hearts have two chambers.
The current management of babies with HLHS is a three-staged set of complex surgeries, culminating in the Fontan procedure.
His family returned to Bristol for the Fontan procedure because they trusted his surgeon Andrew Parry, who had performed two previous operations on Luke.
Fontan procedure involves placement of a fenestration to allow decompression of the systemic venous circulation.
When he's big and strong enough, he'll go through the second procedure, known as a Glenn procedure, and when he is three to five years old he'll have a Fontan procedure, which will leave him with a single pumping chamber heart.
In 2012 the Jenkinses were advised Luke was well enough to undergo a Fontan procedure - the same operation as Sean - to improve his heart.
The child in the case study, like others with plastic bronchitis, underwent a series of early-childhood heart surgeries, leading to the Fontan procedure, for the birth defect hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS).