So one great thing about Emory Healthcare is that everything they do gets uploaded to my patient portal for me to see. All of the blood work they took prior to the angiogram was normal except for my INR level, which was out of bounds on the low side. Does anyone know what this means? Google isn't helping me much.
your INR is your blood clotting factor. The lower the number the quicker you will clot. Patients that take anticoagulants like Coumadin have a higher # usually in the 2s or 3s even. GK
Wow I am glad you asked this question and that Greg gave you an answer. I'm always learning here!