PT/INR Self Testing | What is Home Testing - Coumadin level monitoring for Doctors and Patients taking Coumadin or other generic warfarin anticoagulation medication.

  • PT/INR Self-Testing | Monitor Your Coumadin Levels at Home - If you take Coumadin, testing your PT/INR levels regularly is important. PT/INR Self Testing is fast and can be done at home or when you travel.
  • How PT/INR Self Testing Works - The Remote Cardiac Services' PT/INR Self Test is similar to the test used to monitor daily blood sugar levels at home. You’ll be given a meter, supplies, and personal instruction on how to perform the INR test.
  • PT/INR Self Testing Benefits: Convenient, Immediate INR Test Results - PT/INR Self Testing is convenient, safe and approved by Medicare. Abnormal test resuilts are reported to doctors immediately. Regular testing can reduce complications.
  • Coumadin (Warfarin) Users: Is PT/INR Self Testing Right for You? - Use this simple checklist to find out if you are a good candidate for PT/INR Self Testing at home.
  • Testing INR Levels at Home - What People Say About PT/INR Home Testing - Thousands of people test their PT/INR levels on their own at home. Here are just a few of the stories?
  • Free Patient Info Kit - Learn More about PT/INR Self Testing at Home. Receive a Free Info Kit to see how easy it is to monitor your coumadin levels safely and accurately.
  • INR Self-Testing. A New Standard of Care to Improve Patient Outcomes - PT/INR self-testing, warfarin oral anticoagulation, mechanical heart valves, chronic atrial fibrillation,deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism,,hypercoagulable state.
  • How PT/INR Self Testing Works - The PT/INR Self Test uses the same simple, reliable meters proven in professional point-of-care settings. They are cleared for home use by the FDA and have been extensively evaluated for accuracy and precision.
  • Which Patients Qualify for PT/INR Self Testing? - Which Patients Qualify for PT/INR Self Testing? Patients that take Coumadin or other oral anticoagulation medication daily. Patients with a mechanical heart valve, chronic atrial fibrillation, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), pulmonary embolism, hypercoag
  • What Doctors Say About PT/INR Self-Testing - Self-testing will decrease the complication rates and overall cost of managing patients on Coumadin following mechanical valve implants in a statistically significant manner... I believe that PST will similarly improve patient quality of life
  • Remote Cardiac Services | About the Meters | Compact. Reliable. Easy. - Meters selected by Remote Cardiac Services for PT/INR self-testing are compact, reliable and simple to use. They are cleared for home use by the FDA. and have been extensively tested for accuracy and precision in measuring anticoagulant levels in blood.
  • INR Patient Self-Testing - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - Frequently Asked Questions about INR patient self-test. Why are more doctors recommending that their patients self-test? Who trains the patient how to use the Remote Cardiac Services INR self-test service? Can a patient subscribe to this service on their own?
  • PT/INR Self-Testing for Your Practice - Send for More Information - PT/INR monitoring significantly improves time in coumadin therapeutic range for select groups of patients.

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