The benefits of INR self-testing

Make the right choice for you when it comes to coagulation monitoring.

It is important to keep your blood’s clotting time within the range prescribed by your doctor. You may need to take your anticoagulant for a few weeks, months or even for the rest of your life. But no matter how long, your levels need to be regularly measured and that’s where INR self-testing is a great benefit.

Have the peace of mind that you know your INR value when needed, home or away. Self-monitoring only requires a drop of blood and results are available in about a minute.1 Your doctor or nurse will teach you how to adjust your vitamin K antagonist dose by yourself.

Say yes to more me time. Discover the benefits of INR self-testing.

More freedom

  • Test your INR anywhere and anytime with immediate results that are comparable to those you would get from the lab2,3
  • INR self-testing can lead to fewer visits to the laboratory, no waiting for test results, and fewer calls or visits to your doctor for dose adjustment decisions4-6

More control

Gain better control of your anticoagulation therapy. Compared to having your INR values tested in the laboratory or anticoagulation clinic, INR self-testing can lead to:

  • More time in your therapeutic range7-9
  • Fewer incidents of very high or low INR values10

Better care

Studies show that INR self-testing can lead to:

  • Improved health and quality of life6-8,11,12,14,15
  • Better treatment satisfaction13-15


Bob’ Story

«Every 9 or 10 days I open my kit, draw a drop of blood from my finder an within 10 seconds I know what my INR is»

Katherine’s Story

«An instant result was just magic. Absolute magic.»

Roy’s Story

«... I am really glad I asked about self-monitoring. I genuinely do feel in control.»

CoaguChek® INRange
More control. More time in therapeutic range.

Roche's latest, connected self-testing meter that gives you the freedom to test your INR at home, on the go, or wherever you happen to be.

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INR: International Normalized Ratio