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New blood: anticoagulation monitoring in primary care

New blood: anticoagulation monitoring in primary care

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Professor Fitzmaurice was speaking at a seminar on anticoagulation service redesign, sponsored by Roche Diagnostics

The government is currently encouraging the uptake of anticoagulation monitoring in primary care as part of its policy of increasing patient choice and shifting care from hospitals to the community.
Providing oral anticoagulation therapy (OAT) in primary care can benefit both patients and clinical staff, and be financially rewarding for the practice.

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