CoaguChek® Vantus

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The future of INR self-testing
 

Trust in your patients’ self-testing results like never before. Accurate INR results are transmitted wirelessly via Bluetooth®-enabled CoaguChek Vantus and can help improve patient compliance versus clinic-based testing, which may increase time in therapeutic range (TTR), and enable therapy decisions based on current results.1,2,3

 

A new standard of technology for warfarin patients:
Easy to use. The CoaguChek Vantus is designed with features to make accurate self-testing as easy and as repeatable as possible, including full-color display with easy-to-use on-screen instructions.

Minimal pain. The CoaguChek XS Softclix Lancing Device is a specially designed lancing device that pricks the skin with a lancet to obtain just one drop of blood for testing.

Simplified patient experience. IDTF partners facilitate data result transfer and testing reminders, and make it easy to test from the comfort of your own home.

Seamless transfer of INR test results. With the CoaguChek Vantus, no phone calls are needed and no manual entry on a web page is required. The results can be accurately reported via Bluetooth connectivity.

Product support. If you or your patients have product related questions, live technical support is available by phone at 1-800-428-4674.

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References
  1. Bluetooth connectivity requires a smartphone or tablet. Minimum specifications required.
  2. Kortke, H., Minami, K., Reymann, T., et al., (2001). “INR self-management after mechanical heart valve replacement: ESCAT (Early Self-Controlled Anticoagulation Trial).” Z Kardiol 90(6)118-124.
  3. Heneghan C, Alonso-Coello P, Garcia-Alamino JM, Meats E and Glasziou P. Self-monitoring of oral anticoagulation: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Lancet. 2006;367:404-411

Call 1-800-780-0675 for a list of supported devices and operating systems.