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Simplified Method for Local Correction of System International Normalized Ratio.

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Summary of "Simplified Method for Local Correction of System International Normalized Ratio."

International normalized ratio (INR) derivation is dependent on the international sensitivity index (ISI) of thromboplastin. It varies with instrument and reagents used.

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Name: Laboratory medicine
ISSN: 1943-7730
Pages: 244-248

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