We can regularly measure  of INR levels in the practice with immediate reading (Point of Care)

Regular measurement of INR levels is an essential component in the management of patients receiving warfarin treatment.

A blood test is needed to determine the effect of warfarin for each person and this is measured as the International Normalised Ratio or INR. The INR is a measure of how long it takes for blood to clot. Point-of-care testing can be defined as pathology testing performed on-site. It allows a rapid test result to be generated and used to make an immediate, informed clinical decision.

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