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Join the SelfieChek campaign

Help us raise awareness of the NICE recommendation for self-monitoring for people on warfarin and to campaign for the monitors to be available on prescription. Join the SelfieChek campaign and post your comments and a selfiechek photo on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/selfiechek

Access to the new anticoagulants: A joint statement from Anticoagulation Europe & Lifeblood: The Thrombosis Charity

Access to the new anticoagulants: A joint statement from Anticoagulation Europe & Lifeblood: The Thrombosis Charity Lifeblood and Anticoagulation Europe are both very concerned that the NICE recommendations that there should be equal access to VKAs (warfarin) and NOACs in the NICE approved indications are not being implemented. The NHS constitution states that patients should not be denied access to NICE approved drugs.

NICE issues guidance for self-monitoring for people with AF or replacement heart valves

24th Sept 2014 The National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has recommended self-monitoring of INR levels for people with atrial fibrillation and people with replacement heart valves - if the person prefers this form of testing and if the person or their carer is both physically and cognitively able to self-monitor effectively.


NICE revises its guidance on Atrial Fibrillation

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has revised its guidance on Atrial Fibrillation. It says that anticoagulation may be with Apixaban, Dabigatran Etixialte, Rivaroxaban or a Vitamin K Antagonist (warfarin). It also states that aspirin should no longer be used as a sole therapy for stroke prevention in AF.

Commissioning effective anticoagulation services for the future: A resource pack for commissioners

A Resource pack for commissioners of anticoagulation services in the UK Read or download the resource pack from the publications section of the site.

A personal experience of why I self-monitor

Peter has been self-monitoring for some years and in this video explains why he made that decision and the benefits he obtains from self-monitoring


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We are looking for patients living in the West of England to help develop patient information for a project called "Don't Debate - Anticoagulate". This is being developed by the West of England Academic Health Science Network to help prevent blood clots and strokes by getting people who should be on anticoagulation therapy adequately treated.

Please email us at anticoagulation@ntlworld.com or phone 0208 289 6875 to learn more.

 

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Sign our E-petition to get the government to debate free prescriptions for long term users of anticoagulation therapy

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