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Factor XIII Activity is a type of test conducted to determine the role of Factor XIII in haemophilia. 

What is Factor XIII Activity?

Factor XIII Activity is responsible for stabilizing the blood clot in a person. Malfunctioning of this factor can cause haemophilia. Factor XIII Activity test can be used to determine the factor responsible for the occurrence of haemophilia in a patient. (1)

Why is Factor XIII Activity suggested?

Factor XIII Activity is suggested when a patient is presented with the following symptoms, 

  • Bleeding gums after brushing.
  • Gastrointestinal bleeding.
  • Prolonged menstrual bleeding.
  • Unusual bruising or bumps.
  • Intracranial bleeding in the newborn after birth.

 

How is Factor XIII Activity test performed?

The  Factor XIII Activity Test is performed by,

  • The blood samples are collected from the patient. (1)

Factor XIII Activity tests provide perfect results.

What are the parameters measured in Factor XIII Activity?

The parameters measured in Factor XIII Activity  are,

  • The genetical markers are tested to determine the type of haemophilia. Some they are compared with the parental markers for diagnosis.
  • The test along with other types of factor tests will determine the reason for the occurrence of haemophilia for proper diagnosis.

Preparation before performing Factor XIII Activity

Before the Factor XIII Activity test the patients should,

  • Inform about the previous medical history and genetic disorders in the family to the doctors.
  • Avoid taking medications before the test.

Post-care after Factor XIII Activity

Post-care after Factor XIII Activity testing is,

  • No extra care required after the blood test. The patient can leave immediately.

Sample types in Factor XIII Activity

There is just this sample required for Factor XIII Activity:

  • Blood samples.

 

Side effects of Factor XIII Activity test

Common Side effects of Factor XIII Activity tests are,

  • The blood test might cause some pain while puncturing.

 

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