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INR

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INR

abbr.
international normalized ratio
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INR

International normalized ratio, see there.
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INR

Abbreviation for international normalized ratio.
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INR

Abbrev for International Normalized Ratio. This is a measure of a patient's prothrombin time based on what it would be if measured using the WHO international reference reagent. The INR is used as a standard for monitoring the effects of anticoagulant treatment with WARFARIN.
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After reviewing all of the medical evidence on point-of-care INR testing for patients taking warfarin, an expert panel agreed that point-of-care INR testing is accurate.
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