In this section:
- About Self Monitoring
- A Personal Experience of Why I Self Monitor
- Avoiding DVT
- Durham and Darlington Trust lead the way in INR home monitoring
- European Health Insurance Card
- Frequently Asked Questions about Warfarin
- Hughes Syndrome
- Information for patients taking warfarin
- INR tests for travellers to the United Kingdom
- INR Abroad
- Stress & Heart Disease
- Travellers Thrombosis
- Updated Guidance on Atrial Fibrillation
- Your Medicine Clopidogrel
Self-testing and self-management of oral anticoagulation therapy (OAT) requires confidence and responsibility from people on warfarin.
The following suggestions apply for any long journey, such as coach, train, plane or car, and also when sitting for any lengthy period.
INR Home Monitoring
Visiting another European country (EEA) you will need a European Health Insurance Card
A look at a puzzling condition also known as The AntiPhospholipid Syndrome (APS)
Have you recently been prescribed warfarin and would like more information?
Advice on how to obtain an INR test for people for people on anticoagulants who are travelling to the United Kingdom
Many recent and ongoing studies point to stress being a contributory factor, if not a direct cause, in heart disease.
There has been a great deal of interest in the possibility of a link between long-haul travel and venous thrombosis (VTE).
This article is intended to briefly summarise the most important changes from a patients perspective