Objective To respectively use the thrombelastogram and four routine coagulation indexes to evaluate the clinical patients and compare the consistency of results. Methods 380 cases of patients diagnosed in our hospital from March 2016 to March 2017 were selected as the research objects, and the four routine coagulation indexes such as prothrombin time, fibrin, activated partial thromboplastin time and platelet content of all patients were examined, and then all patients were examined by the thrombelastogram, and the coagulation effect of patients of the two groups was evaluated, and the clinical value of the two groups was evaluated and analyzed. Results The differences in the maximum amplitude of thrombus, activated partial thromboplastin time, fibrinogen, and platelet in the TEG examination were statistically significant, which were respectively（59.49±5.18）min,（56.10±9.49）s,（3.65±0.77）g/L,（191.02±37.89） ×109/L,（P =0.028,0.000,0.000）, but the difference in the prothrombin time was not statistically significant, which was（14.55±3.15）s,（P=0.165）, and the differences in the coagulation cascade time（8.28±2.21）min, APTT, PT, Fib in the TEG examination was statistically significant（P=0.001,0.000,0.043）, but the difference in the Plt was not statistically significant（P=0.075）,and the differences in the clotting time（2.73±0.55）min, Fib and Plt in the TEG examination were statistically significant（P=0.000,0.000）, but the differences in the APTT and PT were not statistically significant（P=0.417,0.235）, and the differences in the Angle, APTT, PT, Fib, Plt in the TEG examination between the two groups were statistically significant（P=0.000,0.000,0.001,0.000）. Conclusion The thrombelastogram is correlated with the four routine coagulation indexes,but the consistency is not high and the examination sensitivity is lower, and the two can not replace each other, and we should combine the two in clinic thus greatly improving the accurate rate of examination results.
Four routine coagulation indexes