What is normal PT and PTT levels?

The reference range of the aPTT is 30-40 seconds. The reference range of the PTT is 60-70 seconds. In patients receiving anticoagulant therapy, the reference range is 1.5-2.5 times the control value in seconds.

What is a normal PTT level?

Measured in seconds to clot formation, normal PTT can vary based on laboratory or institution; however, normal PTT is between 25 to 35.

What is a good PT INR level?

In healthy people an INR of 1.1 or below is considered normal. An INR range of 2.0 to 3.0 is generally an effective therapeutic range for people taking warfarin for disorders such as atrial fibrillation or a blood clot in the leg or lung.

What is high PTT?

An abnormal (too long) PTT result may also be due to: Bleeding disorders , a group of conditions in which there is a problem with the body’s blood clotting process. Disorder in which the proteins that control blood clotting become over active ( disseminated intravascular coagulation ) Liver disease.

What INR is too high?

A value higher than 3.5 increases the risk of bleeding problems. Many things can affect the way warfarin works. Some natural health products and other medicines can make warfarin work too well. That can raise the risk of bleeding.

What does an INR of 1.5 mean?

A result of 1.0, up to 1.5, is therefore normal. A low INR result means your blood is ‘not thin enough’ or coagulates too easily and puts you at risk of developing a blood clot. A high INR result means your blood coagulates too slowly and you risk bleeding.

What is the difference between PT and INR?

A prothrombin time (PT) test measures how long it takes for a clot to form in a blood sample. An INR (international normalized ratio) is a type of calculation based on PT test results. Prothrombin is a protein made by the liver. It is one of several substances known as clotting (coagulation) factors.

Can high INR cause stroke?

Elevated International Normalized Ratio Is Associated With Ruptured Aneurysms | Stroke.