Using Warfarin or Jantoven to prevent blood clots? Find out how remote management can help.

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Warfarin Patient Education

CIS wants to offer the clearest information relating to your anticoagulation (blood-thinning) therapy to help you to become compliant with your warfarin diet and medication regimen. Please review the information below and call your CIS clinic if you have questions.



Warfarin Patient Education Información Para El Paciente Sobre Warfarina/Jantoven


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Warfarin is a type of medication that prevents clots from forming in your blood. Blood clots can stick to vessel walls or move around the body and cause serious problems. You may need Warfarin if you experience severe blockages, lack of movement, heart arrhythmias and mechanical devices in the body are some of the things that could cause blood clots. Find out if you're eligible for Warfarin+.



What is Remote Warfarin Management?

Our remote Warfarin management process offers patients the capability to have their INR checked in the comfort of their own homes. This saves time, provides consistency and frequency of reporting, and offers easy integration with technology and electronic health records.

Remote Warfarin monitoring has a lot of advantages. Remote monitoring is much more convenient and allows much more freedom for patients. Also, patients have more control over their condition and treatment. We've found that patients are much more satisfied with remote monitoring. This freedom can lead to an improved quality of life.

Scroll to the bottom of the page to find a video testimonial from some of our remote Warfarin patients.


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Important Information About LOVENOX

There's a variety of safety instructions to be mindful of when administering LOVENOX. Before a self-injection, it's important to make sure you are aware of all safety information.

Lovenox Self-Injection Guide



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Vitamin K Food Guide

The main dietary concern of taking warfarin has to do with the amount of vitamin K in your diet. Vitamin K changes the way warfarin affects the blood. The key is to be consistent with the number of vitamin K food servings you eat from week to week. 

Vitamin K Food Guide



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Anticoagulation Guide

Read our anticoagulation guide to find helpful information on warfarin management.
Anticoagulation Guide


Informational Videos

Check out some of our Remote Warfarin Management Patient Videos!