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Coagulation Factors

Factor (I): Helps with the formation of a clot. Fibrinogen
Factor (II): Coverts into thrombin during coag. cascade. Prothrombin
Factor (III): Activates Factor VII when exposed to tissue fluids. Tissue Thromboplastin
Factor (IV): Assists in the activation of other factors. Ionized Calcium
Factor (V): Accelerates the conversion of Prothrombin to Thrombin. Proaccelerin
Factor (VI) Not assigned
Factor (VII): Intrinsic factor activated by Factor III. Proconvertin
Factor (VIII): Passed on from father to son, loss of this factor leads to inability to clot. Antihemophilic A
Factor (IX): Other names for this factor include Antihemophilic B and plasma thromboplastin component. Christmas Factor
Factor (X): Start of Common Pathway Stuart Prower
Factor (XI): Start of Intrinsic Pathway Plasma Thromboplastin Antecedent
Factor (XII): Activated when a foreign substance is in the body. Hageman Factor A.K.A. "Contact Factor"
Factor (XIII): Helps to further stabilize the clot. Fibrin Stabilizing Factor(FSF)
High molecular weight kininogen(HMWK) is also known as what Factor? Fitzgerald Factor
Prekallikren is also known as what Factor? Fletcher Factor
Factor V Leiden: this mutated gene leads to what? Increase in clot formation which results in a degradation of Factor (V), by Protein C.
Created by: HM2 La Croix
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