Most patients who have a high INR but are not bleeding can be managed with
simple ... reversal treatment is used and the type of treatment — not the INR level.
An international normalized ratio (INR) higher than 9 is associated with a high
risk of bleeding, yet most studies have focused on outpatients with lower INR.
Apr 5, 2011 ... A person with a high INR, their blood takes a long time to clot or wont clot, so they
become a danger for bleeding out and dying. ... Why are INR levels so good for 4
to 6months & then just go up or down on next diet has not ...
Reducing the amount of vitamin K in your diet may both cause your INR to
increase to a dangerous level and make the INR more difficult to control. The
Apr 17, 2015 ... INR levels below 2 may allow easier blood clotting to occur while levels above 3
may cause excessive tendency for the patient to bleed.
Jan 5, 2009 ... If a patient's blood test reveals an excessively high INR level and/or the patient
has active bleeding, this is a medical emergency requiring ...
Feb 26, 2010 ... They want him to be monitored/INR level checked every 1 to 4 .... The biggest
danger would be if you were to get a head injury while your INR ...
Doctors give unbiased, helpful information on indications, contra-indications,
benefits, and complications: Dr. Lerner on dangerous inr levels: An INR of 1.6 is ...
An INR level was not ordered to be drawn for 7 days, at which time it was at a ....
both unneeded (oral vitamin K being effective) and potentially dangerous (given
I just read the levels and if you're at 5.5, you are dangerously thin! Seek medical
attention immediately. You are in danger of internal bleeding or a brain bleed.