Which CoaguChek system is right for you?

CoaguChek INRange

Test at home with CoaguChek®

It is practical, user-friendly and can be used on the go.

Keeping your INR in range is key.


CoaguChek® systems help you know your value.


Join patients around the world who are currently self-testing with CoaguChek.

CoaguChek® systems for INR measuring

CoaguChek INRange

CoaguChek® INRange is a connected self-testing meter that gives you the freedom to test your INR at home, on the go, or wherever you happen to be.

Nurse using a Coaguchek Pro II

CoaguChek products for healthcare professionals

Learn more about CoaguChek devices for professional use and the different models of patient monitoring.

Self-testing with CoaguChek systems


The CoaguChek® INRange are easy-to-use self-testing meters that give you a fast and accurate INR result, without having to visit the clinic.1,2 Your doctor will be able to receive and monitor your results, so when your dose does need changing, you can find out sooner.

Self-testing at home can give you better control of your medication than testing at a laboratory or doctor’s office, with more time in your therapeutic range.3-8

CoaguChek® systems for INR measuring

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CoaguChek® systems for INR measuring


CoaguChek® INRange 

Measurement and sampling  
Detection system Amperometric (electrochemical) determination of the PT time after activation of the coagulation with human recombinant thromboplastin
User interface Intuitive user interface with color display, on / off, enter, back and up / down button
Operating conditions  
Temperature + 15 ° C to + 32 ° C
Humidity and altitude 10 - 85% and 4300 m
Measuring range for INR
0.8 - 8.0
Memory 400 test results with date and time
Size 145 x 75 x 30 mm
Weight (without batteries) 135 g
Sample material  
Sample type Fresh capillary blood
Test strips  
Stability / durability 21 months from date of manufacture (+ 2 ° C to + 30 ° C)
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INR: International Normalized Ratio



  1. Plesch et al. (2009). Int J Lab Hematol 31, 20–25
  2. Ryan et al. (2010). Int J Lab Hematol 32, e26–33
  3. Sharma et a.l (2015). Health Technol Assess 19, 1–172
  4. Garcia-Alamino et al. (2010). Cochrane Database Syst Rev 4, CD003839
  5. Christensen et al. (2016). Ann Thorac Surg 101, 1494–1499
  6. Heneghan et al. (2016). Cochrane Database Syst Rev 7, CD003839
  7. Soliman Hamad et al. (2009). Eur J Cardiothorac Surg 35, 265–269
  8. Siebenhofer et al. (2007). Thromb Haemost 97, 408–416