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microINR Expert Analyser

Leading the way in oral anti-coagulation therapy monitoring

Easy-to-use design, small & portable analyser with advanced connectivity options for clinic settings

The microINR System is an in vitro diagnostics medical device, intended to monitor oral anticoagulation therapy (OAT) with vitamin K antagonist drugs.

The system provides quantitative determination of prothrombin time (PT) in INR (International Normalised Ratio) units with fresh capillary blood performed by fingersticking.

The microINR Expert meter is a professional PT/INR coagulometer which incorporates a wide range of advanced connectivity options, a complete traceability system and an innovative and sophisticated software. 

The multiple configurable settings make the microINR Expert appropriate for a wide range of settings and markets, providing healthcare professionals with a superior tool for smart monitoring of oral anticoagulant therapy.

microINR Expert

State-of-the-art Technology

• Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth LE 5.0, Ethernet
• Operator ID and Patient ID
• Barcode Scanner
• Automatic Chip lot ID
• Multilevel on-board QC
• High resolution capacitive touch screen
• Testing process guided (video / acoustic signals)
• Integrated troubleshooting messaging
• Easy portable device (compact and light)


Technical details

microINR Expert Technical Details

Small sample volume (3μL)
Lab-on-a-chip system, patented technology for accurate and reproducible results
Small, portable analyser
Automatic calibration
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The microINR System refers to the reader (microINR Meter) and the analytic test strips (microINR Chips). There are three analysers with different connectivity options that all employ iLine’s innovative microfluidic and lab-on-a-chip technology, with the same test chip being used across all three devices.

This technology provides means to perform a biological test comprising sample application, reagent storage, mixing, detection and QC, all these areas embedded in a miniaturised chip using a minimum volume of blood sample. This innovative concept retains quality equivalents to the classical laboratory processes but, at the same time, provides the advantages of a user-friendly one-step assay.

Microfluidics Chips

The INR determination is achieved through sample flow monitoring along the micro-capillary channels of the Chip, following the activation of the coagulation cascade. The current IVD test mimics the conditions of “in vivo” hemostasis, also referred as “ex vivo”.

How to use the microINR system step by step


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