Could self-monitoring your INR put you back in control?
If you have one of the many conditions managed by long-term warfarin treatment, self-monitoring your INR can really make a difference. Here we look at three of the most common conditions in more detail.
If you have atrial fibrillation, and you’d like to spend less time going for INR tests, and more time living your life, then self-testing could be for you.
The need for long-term warfarin treatment after your valve replacement makes INR testing a necessity, but self-testing could help you take back control of your health.
If you’ve had venous thromboembolism, then self-testing your INR could reduce your risk of blood clots.