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Andrew Husband

Professor of pharmacy education, Durham University, Division of Pharmacy.

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    How to identify causes of a subtherapeutic INRSubscription

    9 NOV 2016

    Pharmacists and healthcare professionals are often involved in the management of patients with subtherapeutic international normalised ratios (INRs), the cause of which is important to identify because this will affect decisions and the subsequent management of the patient.

  • How to treat a patient whose INR is too high

    CP, 2009

    Pharmacists have the skills to identify patients whose INRs are too high. It is also useful to know how to deal with such situations

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