MHRA urges GPs to ensure continued INR monitoring during pandemic

The MHRA advice was issued following reports of an apparent increase in the number of patients taking warfarin found to have elevated INR values during the COVID-19 pandemic.

by Lisa Lytle
Reduced access to green leafy vegetables during lockdown may have contributed to excessive elevations in INR values in patients on warfarin, say researchers. | GETTY IMAGES
Reduced access to green leafy vegetables during lockdown may have contributed to excessive elevations in INR values in patients on warfarin, say researchers. | GETTY IMAGES

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