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What is the difference between INR and APT?

Asked by G. dorgon, Last updated: Nov 05, 2020

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C. Hughes

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Answered Sep 08, 2020

Different types of tests are conducted before surgery is done; the doctors perform these tests to determine the time needed for clothing; these tests are called coagulation tests. INR means international normalized ratio; they are used to determine if the result received from one lab is the same with the results received from another lab.in 1980, the international normalized ratio was introduced by the world health organization. The INR would be 1.0 in patients who are under anticoagulants, and it will be 2.0 and 3.0 for patients who have atrial fibrillation.

Different types of tests are conducted before surgery is done; the doctors perform these tests to
APT means activated partial thromboplastin; this test is conducted for patient /client having blood-thinning medicine and also to know the cause of bruising or unusual bleeding. The test is also used to determine the factors responsible for blood clotting problems. APT clothing time is 27 and 35seconds.

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Answered Apr 21, 2020

“INR” is an abbreviation that stands for “International Normalized Ratio,” while “APT” is an abbreviation that stands for “Activated Partial Thromboplastin.” They are tests that are used for the calculation of blood clotting. The APT test is basically conducted on patients who have been on blood-thinning medication such as heparin.

“INR” is an abbreviation that stands for “International Normalized Ratio,”
The APT test helps to determine the dosage for the patient and the duration of the dosage. The INR test is basically used in determining if the result obtained from the APT tests in a lab is consistent with the results from another lab. The APT test can also be conducted in order to detect the cause of the bruising or unusual bleeding. This test can be conducted to also determine the factors that lead to blood-clotting problems. The INR test is also necessary as the ATP result from a lab could be different from the ATP result from another lab test.

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