Dietary Manipulation to Stabilize INR

Crawford, Michael H.
November 2009
Internal Medicine Alert;11/29/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 22, p173
A list of 16 vitamin K-rich foods can be used to develop a safe and feasible dietary management strategy in anticoagulated patients that may enhance achievement of target INR.


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