Monday, April 21, 2008

Ali04's Testimony

Ahh....another machine not working.

i also have aps, history of one stroke, with recurrant clots while on coumadin.
i had the protime, and when checked against the lab, was found to be faulty.
i was told by the company that it may be inaccurate for people with the lupus anticoagulant.
be careful, and once in a while check it against the lab. the differences i had were alarming.
the company apologized, said i shouldnt use it, and refunded my money. that was in 01.

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Anonymous said...

Wonder how long she had the machine. They refused to take mine back as it was well over their warranty. I am happy to hear she was able to get her money back.

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