There were 114 patients who met the inclusion criteria. Fifty patients received blood transfusions (43.9%; 50/114). There were 27 patients in the MT group (23.7%; 27/114) and 87 in the non-MT group. The MT group was significantly higher in the ratio of females (P <0.001), ISS (P <0.01), PT-INR (P <0.001), APTT (P <0.05), ABCs (P <0.001) and TASHs (P <0.001) than in the on-MT group. On the other hand, the MT group was significantly lower in Ps (P <0.05) and fibrinogen level (P <0.001) than the non-MT group. In the receiver operating characteristics (ROC) analysis, the area under the curve (AUC) to distinguish a MT was the highest for TASHs (0.831, P <0.001), followed by fibrinogen (0.758, P <0.001), and ABCs (0.732, P <0.001). Fibrinogen was only a predictor of a MT without a scoring system such as ABCs and TASHs, and the optimal cutoff value was 205 mg/dl.