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isolated from leech saliva, bivalent irreversible thrombin inhibitor
heparin's half life in hours
abciximab and eptifibatide and tirofiban act on this receptor
DTI used for HIT, beware of liver, increases INRs
Factor VII
Blocks the gamma carboxylation of the glutamate residue in prothrombin (II), VII, IX, X, protein C and S
Factor IV
heparin can clear lipemia by increasing the level of this enzyme
Factor II
These three bivalent DTIs also bind to the substrate site
recombinant form of hirudin used for HIT, beware of renal insufficiency
irudin and gatro are suffixes for this class
these vitamin facilitate clotting
This occurs if heparin is given intramuscularly
low platelet count, new thrombus, and thrombocytopenia should make you suspicious of this side effect of a indirect thrombin inhibitor
ATIII inactivates these 3 clotting factors (answer in numerical order)
Degrades cofactor Va and VIIIa, deficiency in this protein can result in increased thrombosis
this drug, mediated by antithrombin, inactivates many intrinsic clotting factors, especially IIa and Xa
This proteins free form acts as a cofactor to protein C
enoxaparin, dalteparin, and tinzaparin are types of this drug
This parenterally administered drug should not be used intramuscularly
Serine protease inhibitor that inactivates clotting factors
if the pt has HIT, switch to this drug
clopidogrel and ticlopidine act on this receptor
This racemic mixture has a long halflife and has 100% bioavailability
This drug is a mixture of sulfated mucopolysaccharides extracted from porcine gut or bovine lung
Long half life, low side effects, less frequent dosing are traits of this heparin modification
synthetic form of heparin
Direct Thrombin Inhibitor, an oral prodrug
Factor VIII
a synthetic pentasaccharide with long half life, indirect thrombin inhibitor
allergy, alopecia, and osteoporosis are secondary side effects of this drug
a bivalent reversible thrombin inhibitor that inhibits platelet activation, administered with IV, rapid on/off action
Factor I
Low molecular weight heparin inhibits this factor
the famous indirect thrombin inhibitor, can induce thrombocytopenia
Factor X
Factor IX
these blood disorders are treated by anticoagulants
the oral standard long term therapy
this antagonist is used to reverse heparin
The effects of WISN are caused by a decrease in activity of this protein
These proteins are endogenous anticoagulants
These factors facilitate clotting
Serine protease inhibitor that inhibits plasmin
This vitamin K antagonist inhibits epoxide reductase
use the aPTT to measure the drug use
this enzyme degrades many blood plasma proteins, most notably, the clot
heparin should not be given to pregnant or breast feeding because of this solution
Vitamin K dependent glycoprotein, has two forms, free and c4b bound
A vit K dependent serine protease that is activated by thrombin to APC
This LMWH is administered in mg, as opposed to anti factor Xa units
This anticoagulant can cross the placenta and cause hemorrhage and serious birth defect in the fetus

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