Definitions for "INR"
a blood test for patients mainly on Warfarin to detect how fast the blood clots, used to adjust the amount of anticoagulant prescribed.
INR is a blood test result that helps physicians monitor patients taking anticoagulant medications. The INR is a method of expressing the results of a prothrombin time (PT) blood test. It is based on an international standard that automatically corrects for variations between labs. Thus, using the INR, the PT measurement from one lab can be compared to a PT measurement from any other lab in the world, even if they use different methods to measure PT.
blood test used to monitor the effects of warfarin therapy; ideal range while on warfarin is 2.0 - 3.0. Some patients may require higher or lower ranges depending on other medical conditions.
The ISO currency code for the Indian Rupee.
Indian Rupees
In currencies, this is the abbreviation for the Indian Rupee.
Abbreviation for Intelligent Noise Reduction.
an agency that is the primary source in the State Department for interpretive analyses of global developments and focal point for policy issues and activities of the Intelligence Community
Bureau of Intelligence and Research, State Department (US)
Intent to Revoke Certificate A notice to an entity of an impending action to revoke its certificate of authority/registration
International Normalized Ratio
International normalised ratio
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