Factor VII (7)

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Factor VII (7)
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After analysing your sample in our lab, you will receive a PDF report by email. Most results are available within 24 hours.

What is Factor VII deficiency?

Factor VII deficiency is a rare genetic bleeding disorder characterized by a deficiency or reduced activity of clotting factor VII. Clotting factors are specialized proteins that are essential for the blood to clot normally. Individuals with factor VII deficiency can experience prolonged, uncontrolled bleeding episodes.

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Factor VII (7)

Factor VII, also called proconvertin, is one such clotting factor produced by the liver. It requires vitamin K for its production. Along with other clotting factors and blood cells, it promotes blood clotting at the site of an injury. It forms normal blood clots and closes the wound to prevent blood loss. Measuring your Factor VII levels can help identify if you are suffering from Factor VII deficiency.

Factor VII (7)

Factor VII, also called proconvertin, is one such clotting factor produced by the liver. It requires vitamin K for its production. Along with other clotting factors and blood cells, it promotes blood clotting at the site of an injury. It forms normal blood clots and closes the wound to prevent blood loss. Measuring your Factor VII levels can help identify if you are suffering from Factor VII deficiency.

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