HARROGATE, England – A cardiovascular self-test from Inhealthcare is available to patients with heart conditions on the U.K.’s National Health Service. People at risk of stroke who are prescribed the drug warfarin to prevent blood clotting can test themselves at home and send in their results through a mobile app, web portal or automated telephone call to receive their dosage information. “Our technology allows people with long-term heart conditions to stay on top of their health without the hassle of inconvenient and time-consuming hospital or clinic appointments,” said Bryn Sage, chief executive at Inhealthcare, in a statement. The service is currently available for up to 200 patients with atrial fibrillation.
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