The values indicated on the report mean:
Prothrombin time (Pl): The time interval, expressed in seconds, from the start of the coagulation process to the formation of the clot.
The Prothrombin time depends on the method, the instrument and the reagent, which is why it is important to enter the INR value.
Prothrombin INR: the patient’s INR (International Normalized Rate)
For a patient treated with an anticoagulant, an anticoagulant setting is appropriate if the INR is between 2.0 and 3.0. In individuals with a high risk of coagulation, an INR of 2.5-3.5 is considered appropriate.
In all cases, please consult the specialist or internal physician who ordered the test with the result.