Advantages of pt/inr self testing 

  • Provides timely alerts to physicians when patients are out of range
  • Covered by most insurances
  • Cheaper than going to the Lab
  • Helps maintain patients in the therapeutic range
  • Emergencies are easy to handle

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Prothrombin time(PT/INR) blood test for clotting time

 May reduce the time and burden of dealing with anti-coagulation complications

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patient self testing

Patient self testing is a division of alternative health care Inc. (AHC). established as on California corporation in 1983, AHS is a state of the art technology and disease management company specializing in innovative solution for patients

An INR test measures the time for your blood to clot. It is also known as prothrombin time, or PT. It is used to monitor blood-thinning medicines, which are also known as anticoagulants. The INR, or international normalized ratio, can also be used to check if you have a blood clotting problem.

A prothrombin time (PT) is a test used to help detect and diagnose a bleeding disorder or excessive clotting disorder; the international normalized ratio (INR) is calculated from a PT result and is used to monitor how well the blood-thinning medication (anticoagulant) is working to prevent blood.

 Covered By Most Insurances

  The main advantage of our PT/INR Testing is that it is covered   under alomost all the medical insurances. If you have bought a plan through a Health Insurance Marketplace,    your insurance will cover the preventive services. It will also cover at least 10 essential   health benefits required by the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

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 Cheaper Than Going to The Lab

 The other advantage is that you don't need to face the hassle of going to the lab for giving the sample, or collecting the report. You get it on the same place and you don't need to travel . Your reports are yours and the transperency is maintained

Help Maintain Patients in The Therapeutic Range

The process of TDM is predicated on the assumption that there, is a definable relationship between dose and plasma or blood drug concentration, and between concentration and therapeutic effects. The goal of TDM is to use appropriate concentrations of difficult-to-manage medications to optimize clinical solutions



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