welcome to the rabbit hole ;-)
CS owners seem to want to find some sort of "conversion" that they can apply to their meters.
I think if you didn't read them the posts by ETC901 are worth reading
Previously I shared that my at home CoagSense showed an INR of 2.0 and at the lab my INR was a 2.5. I'm not concerned because the lab number is higher and both numbers are in range. Today when testing at home my INR was 1.8. It was lower than I expected but what caught my eye was that the PT in...
actually after you read that you should go to the start of the thread and read it all (if you didn't already read it)
I know that some people here (lets call them idomatic types) say "none of us here are doctors" .. well except for the ones who actually have doctor in their fukken name how would you know who's what
The answer is we do actually have doctors here, further we have people who are not called doctors generally because they are specialists in a field. Further we have professional researchers here.
So when I say ETC901 knows enough to know what he's talking about I say that from the perspective of having worked with him in helping him start on my INR management system. I know what he does, I know I respect him.
Personally I don't have much respect for the CS product.