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《Contemporary Medicine》 2017-35
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The value of thrombelastography in the monitoring of coagulation after mild hypothermia in patients with acute stroke

Ouyang Yue-xian;Xiangxiang People's Hospital;  
Objective To investigate the value of thrombelastography in the monitoring of coagulation function in patients with acute stroke after mild hypothermia. Methods A total of 86 patients with acute stroke were enrolled in this study from April 2015 to April 2016. The patients were divided into study group and control group by binocular blindness. The control group was treated with routine therapy. The patients were monitored by routine therapy combined with mild hypothermia. Thrombosis chart was used to monitor the two groups of patients. The differences of monitoring indexes and coagulation function between the two groups were compared and analyzed. The relationship between thrombus elasticity index and coagulation function Correlation. Results Compared with before treatment, the indexes of thrombosis and coagulation indexes of the two groups were significantly changed, the difference was statistically significant(P0.05); but the two groups of patients in the comparison between the groups.There was significant correlation between the indexes of thrombus elasticity and the coagulation function indexes of patients with acute stroke(P0.05). Conclusion The monitoring of coagulation function in patients with acute stroke after thrombolysis can be used to accurately reflect the changes of coagulation function in patients with acute stroke. It is of scientific significance to provide clinical guidance for clinical treatment and is worthy of being popularized in clinical practice.
【CateGory Index】: R743.3
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