The Roche CoaguChek XS System includes 3 boxes of test strips and 200 lancets.
The next generation in Point of Care testing, the new CoaguChek XS System uses exclusive smart technology to help ensure accurate results, and offers the flexibility and control that healthcare professionals need to confidently manage a wide range of anticoagulated patients.
The new system offers healthcare professionals an easy and efficient way to obtain accurate results quickly at the point of care so they can make immediate therapy adjustments, discuss them with the patient, and document treatment decisions – all in one appointment.
- 1 CoaguChek XS meter
- 3 Boxes of strips (48 strips/box)
- CoaguChek lancets (200/Bx)
Accurate and Flexible technology:
- Accurate, precise results in just one minute.
- The only system to perform onboard quality control and determine patient results in a single test chamber1
- Neutralizes therapeutic levels of heparin and LMWH
Easy and Convenient to Use:
- Small sample size (8μl) for easy dosing
- Strip allows dosing from either top or side for simple blood application
- 18-month strip shelf life – no refrigeration needed
- Outside meter blood application – minimizes potential for cross- contamination1
- Small, battery-powered, handheld meter for portability and efficiency
Efficient and Cost-Effective:
- New onboard controls – no external QC necessary
- Auto-on with strip insertion and auto-off capabilities
- Testing, treatment and potential revenue capture in one appointment3
- Fingerstick test that patients prefer3
Current Procedural Test (CPT) codes:
1. INRatio® System package insert. Milipitas, CA. HemoSense Inc., 2003. ProTime® System package insert. Edison, NJ. ITC, 2006.
2. Campbell, P., Radensky, P., Denham, C. Economic analysis of systematic anticoagulation management vs. routine medical care for patients on oral warfarin therapy. Disease Management and Clinical Outcomes, December 2000.
3. Fintel D. and Hoffman C. The physician’s guide to preventing strokes and lowering health risks in patients with atrial fibrillation. Northwest University Medical School, 1997.