The factor VII assay is a blood test used to measure the activity of factor VII, one of the substances needed for blood clotting (coagulation).
The factor VII assay is used to find the cause of excessive bleeding (decreased blood clotting).
Factor VII deficiency is associated with moderate to severe bleeding. There are two types of Factor VII deficiency.
Congenital factor VII deficiency is rare and is inherited as one of several autosomal recessive mutations.
Acquired factor VII deficiency is caused by liver disease, vitamin K deficiency or the use of Coumadin (warfarin) therapy.
We send you an easy-to-use kit to collect your blood sample.
Post your sample to our lab in the prepaid envelope provided.
View results securely in your own personal dashboard.
Our tests are not a substitute for seeing your doctor, especially if you are suffering symptoms. Our doctors will interpret your results based on the information you have provided, but will not diagnose, consult or provide any treatment. You will be advised to see your doctor for any necessary follow-up action.
Your Blood sample will be analysed at our chosen laboratory based in the heart of London's medical district. You can be assured of fast, accurate results from the UK's largest independent provider of clinical diagnostic tests
Your blood sample will be analysed at one of our chosen laboratories. You can be assured of fast, accurate results from one of our accredited independent providers of clinical diagnostic tests.
Our medical team will comment on out-of-range blood test results and give you follow-up advice where necessary. If you need it, a PDF copy of your Factor VII Assay test results can be downloaded for your doctor.
Once you have placed your order you will receive login details to mymedichecks.com where you can manage your account, track your orders and view your Factor VII Assay test results.
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