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Anticoagulation Clinic

Patients who are on Warfarin, a drug used in the prevention of the formation of blood clots in the blood vessels, require regular blood tests.

These tests, also know as INR (international normalised ratio ) are carried out at the surgery on Tuesday and Thursday mornings by nurses who are trained in anticoagulation monitoring and in the dosing of warfarin.

Home visits are also provided for those patients who are physically unable to come to the practice.

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