factor IV

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Noun1.factor IV - ion of calcium; a factor in the clotting of blood
atomic number 20, Ca, calcium - a white metallic element that burns with a brilliant light; the fifth most abundant element in the earth's crust; an important component of most plants and animals
clotting factor, coagulation factor - any of the factors in the blood whose actions are essential for blood coagulation
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The items are consolidated into five subscales: factor I "sleepiness on rising," factor II "initiation and maintenance of sleep," factor III "frequent dreaming," factor IV "refreshing," and factor V "sleep length." The Zi value was calculated using an MS-Excel sheet provided by the creators of the inventory, with higher values indicating better sleep quality.
The anti-Xa blood test must be processed rapidly within 1 hour of being drawn to prevent heparin neutralization from platelet factor IV (Byun et al., 2016).
Regarding the relations between factors, the "satisfaction with the way the work is done" (factor III) is the one which has the highest correlation with the "development opportunities" (factor IV) and with the satisfaction with the "relationship between the employer and the employee" (factor V), with the most intense being factor (IV) (correlation = 0.68).
Factor I accounted for 31.39% of the variance, Factor II for 26.55%, Factor III for 22.14%, Factor IV for 12.14% and Factor V for 5.73%.
In general the factor IV (Avoiding the status of non-work contractor) has the lowest significance value overall.
Table: Half-life of Vitamin K- depedent clotting factors (1,2) Protein C 8 hours Factor IX 24 hours Factor X 48 hours Factor II 2-5 days Factor IV 1-6 hours Protein S 42 hours
in Correlation calculations coefficient Number of classrooms to guidance X18 0.540 school students Ratio of classrooms to high school X20 0.803 students Number of books available in libraries X14 0.679 for every 10,000 people Reference: The author's studies Table 5: Indexes loaded in factor IV Index Row No.
The FSSC-SA has a five-factor solution: Factor I (fear of danger and death), Factor II (fear of the unknown), Factor III (worries), Factor IV (fear of animals), and Factor V (situational fears).
Factor IV showed that parental concentration and identity achievement have significantly loaded on it