INR has a critical role in maintaining the warfarin response within a therapeutic range, to provide the benefits of anticoagulation, while avoiding the risks of haemorrhage.

Therapeutic monitoring of warfarin treatment requires two key elements to be undertaken if it is to be successful: the measurement of the INR and an interpretation of the result in order to advise on dosage of warfarin and when the next test should be performed.

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Warfarin (INR) Monitoring