Accurate Monitoring for Anticoagulant Medications

For years, patients and physicians have used the International Normalized Ratio (INR) as a means to best manage and adjust dosages in anticoagulation therapies. Advances in technology have allowed near-instant access to these levels without the need for complex blood analysis – and the use of portable INR monitoring devices are becoming commonplace in clinics, pharmacies, and even private homes. Engaging patients in their own treatment improves compliance, and removing barriers to accurate information can improve outcomes in the long-term.

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