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PT/INR Meters

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Easy

RCS provides you with a simple-to-use INR self-testing system that includes:

  FDA-cleared meter for home testing
  Test strips and supplies
  Training and Instructions

Fast

Takes less than 10 minutes.

Convenient

Test from home or when traveling. All you need is your meter and a phone.

Get Started Today! Call 877-799-3132

Your doctor will know if PT/INR self-testing is right for you and if it is, they’ll need to fill out an enrollment form and fax it to RCS. We will verify your insurance coverage and contact you. 

Get Peace of Mind
Studies have shown that patients who self-test on a regular schedule have fewer anticoagulation-related complications, and stay within their therapeutic range more frequently than patients who do not self-test. (Horstkotte 1996: National Coverage Analysis)

Simple

RCS provides you with a simple-to-use INR self-testing system that includes:

FDA-cleared meter for home testing

Test strips and supplies

Training and Instructions

Fast

Takes less than 10 minutes.

Convenient

Test from home or when traveling. All you need is your meter and a phone.

Easy to get started. Call 877-799-3121

Your doctor will know if PT/INR self-testing is right for you and if it is, they’ll need to fill out an enrollment form and fax it to RCS. We will verify your insurance coverage and contact you. 

Get Peace of Mind.
Studies have shown that patients who self-test on a regular schedule have fewer anticoagulation-related complications, and stay within their therapeutic range more frequently than patients who do not self-test.*

* Horstkotte 1996: National Coverage Analysis..