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Impact of Self Testing on Increased compliance/time in therapeutic range, reduced risk.

A collection of findings from other studies depicting self-testing’s impact on increased compliance/time in therapeutic range, reduced risk, and long-term benefits

An analysis of studies on patient self-testing (PST) revealed that “patients capable of self-monitoring their warfarin therapy could benefit from a one-third reduction in death from all causes.”1

 

Weekly Self-Testing Can Improve Patient Outcomes

 

 

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1 Heneghan C, et al. Self-monitoring of oral anticoagulation: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Lancet. 2006; 367:404-11.