Efficacy of PT, D-dimer and DIC Scores in Evaluating the Prognosis of Craniocerebral Injury

  • Yaoran Tu
Keywords: PT; D-dimer; DIC score; Brain injury; Prognosis

Abstract

This paper investigates the efficacy of PT, D-dimer and DIC scores in evaluating the prognosis of craniocerebral
injury. The PT, D-dimer and DIC scores of patients with severe craniocerebral injury were significantly higher
than those of the moderate craniocerebral injury group. The differences between the groups were statistically
significant (P<0.05), while the medium-sized brain The PT, D-dimer and DIC scores of the injury group were
significantly higher than those of healthy subjects. The difference between the groups was significant (P<0.05).
The patients with brain injury with delayed hematoma The scores of PT, D-dimer and DIC were significantly
higher than those of patients with brain injury without delayed hematoma. The differences between the groups
were statistically significant (P<0.05). Patients with craniocerebral injury with poor prognosis. The PT, D-dimer
and DIC scores were significantly higher than those of patients with good prognosis, and the differences
between the groups were statistically significant (P<0.05). The coagulation function of patients with different
degrees of brain injury has abnormal changes. The more severe the injury, the worse the coagulation function,
and the coagulation function will affect the prognosis of patients. The worse the coagulation function, the worse
the prognosis of patients.

Published
2020-05-01