It is important to calculate the CD34+ stem cell (SC) count at the right time in patients with hematological malignancies who will undergo Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation (HSCT). The amount of SC infused into the patient affects the engraftment time and healing process of the patient. In this study, we aimed to compare which of the DMSO-not removed and DMSO-removed samples showed the CD34 + SC amount more accurately as the SC amount determination method after the SC was dissolved after cryopreservation in patients who will undergo HSCT. A total of 22 patients were included in the study. All 22 patients were transplanted from frozen samples using DMSO. After the SC products were dissolved in a 37 °C water bath, they were washed 2 times and the amount of CD34+ SC was studied from the samples taken by removing DMSO and without removing DMSO. In the findings, the amounts of CD34+ SC studied with both methods were compared. The increase in the number and percentage of CD34+ SC after DMSO-removed was found to be statistically significant both in terms of difference and proportionally, and the calculated effect sizes also showed that the increase was clinically significant (Cohen's d is between 0.43 and 0.677). After thawing the frozen SCs of the patients who will undergo HSCT, the analysis of CD34+ SCs from which DMSO is removed provides a more accurate calculation of the CD34+ SC amount in the AP.