Diagnostics, screening and assessment of compensation of a diabetes mellitus
Thanks to this analysis, it is easier for the doctor and patient to control diabetes mellitus and its complications
Diagnosis, screening and assessment of diabetes mellitus.
Glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) is a specific compound of hemoglobin of erythrocytes with glucose, which concentration reflects the average level of glucose in the blood for a period of about three months.
Preparation for examination:
1. Do not eat for 2-3 hours before submitting the blood, you can drink pure still water.
2. Exclude physical and emotional overexertion and do not smoke for 30 minutes before the examination.
Preparation for examination: fasting
Material: venous blood.
Method of examination: immunoinhibition.
Reagents: Biomedical (USA).
Units of measurement: % (percents).
Analysis completion period: 1 working day.
Reference range: 4 – 6.2 %.
The closer the level of A1c to 7% in a patient with diabetes, the easier it is to control the disease. Accordingly, as the level of glycated hemoglobin increases, the risk of complications increases.
The results of A1c analysis are interpreted as follows.
Index of glycated hemoglobin
The patient does not have diabetes
6.5% and more
The patient is suffering from diabetes mellitus
Prediabetes (impaired glucose tolerance, associated with increased risk of diabetes)
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