CoaguChek® XS system

Coagulation self-testing made easy

CoaguChek XS system
Convenient, portable and user-friendly

The CoaguChek® XS system is a convenient, portable and user-friendly instrument for monitoring warfarin therapy. It determines the INR value (International Normalized Ratio) from a drop of capillary whole blood – simple, precise and reliable.

The CoaguChek® XS system is ready for use anywhere at any time.* Patients can use it for self-monitoring at home or while on vacation.

Engaging in your own therapy through self-monitoring gives you: 

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The freedom to test anytime, anywhere*

 

Results in about one minute that can be quickly transferred to a mobile app via Bluetooth® and shared with your doctor.

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More control over your therapy

 

Spend more time in therapeutic range and less time waiting for appointments.1,3

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Improved care for a better quality of life

 

INR self-testing can lead to better health and quality of life. 1,2,4-10

How to use CoaguChek® XS in 4 simple steps

CoaguChek INRange Step 1

1.

Put a test strip in the CoaguChek® XS

CoaguChek INRange Step 2

2.

Prick your finger with the CoaguChek® Softclix XS lancing device

CoaguChek INRange Step 3

3.

Place a drop of blood on the strip.

CoaguChek INRange Step 4

4.

After about one minute, read the result on the CoaguChek® XS display.

Health and Lifestyle

Learn more about factors that can influence blood coagulation and the actions you can take to better control your health and lifestyle. 

 

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*Do not use the meter at an altitude higher than 14,000 feet (4,300 meters)

Abbreviations

INR: International Normalized Ration

References

 

  1. Heneghan et al (2016). Cochrane Database Syst Rev 7:CD003839
  2. Soliman Hamad et al (2009). Eur J Cardiothorac Surg 35:265–269
  3. Siebenhofer et al (2007). Thromb Haemost 97:408–416
  4. Dignan et al (2013). Int J Cardiol 168:5378–5384
  5. Heneghan et al (2012). Lancet 379:322–334
  6. Sharma et al (2015). Health Technol Assess 19:1–172
  7. Garcia-Alamino et al (2010). Cochrane Database Syst Rev 4:CD003839
  8. Christensen et al (2016). Ann Thorac Surg 101:1494–1499
  9. Tamayo Aguirre et al (2016). BMC Cardiovasc Disord 16:180
  10. Verret et al (2012). Pharmacotherapy 32:871–879