HbA1c Test ( Glycosylation of haemoglobin) | Diabetes

HbA1c Test ( Glycosylation of haemoglobin) | Diabetes
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HbA1c Test ( Glycosylation of haemoglobin) | Diabetes

The HbA1c test, also known as the haemoglobin A1c or glycated haemoglobin test, is an important blood test that gives a good indication of how well your diabetes is being controlled. Together with the fasting plasma glucose test, the HbA1c test is one of the main ways in which type 2 diabetes is diagnosed.
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  1. Stephanie Horner

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  2. Stephanie Horner

    Will a sprite mess up my results lol

  3. Daran Roberton

    My surgery texted me to say my HbA1c level was 77?. do they mean 7.7?, they say I have diabetes.

  4. Harilal Patel

    Sir i also read on healthians report that because of following reasons it can show elevated

    👉 HbAlc may be increased in patients with polycythemia or post-splenectomy.

    👉 Inappropriately higher values of HbAlc may be caused due to iron deficiency, vitamin B12 deficiency, alcohol intake, uremia, hyperbilirubinemia and large doses
    of aspirin.

    Mostly vegetarian people are low in these iron and b12.

    So how can one check accuracy as fasting sugar comes ok but hba1c comes at 6.1 !

  5. Purna Vinay

    Nice explanation and presentation 😀

  6. Abdullah Majid

    Unparallel , worthwhile and informative

  7. zahraa Kj

    Thank you so much, simple and clear explanation

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  9. John davidson

    Thanks for the nice information , my hab1c levels was so high and i was so worried after doctor told me use insulin but thank god my friend save me from that and advice me to use some natural home remedies, diet along with diabetes care pack of planet ayurveda that am using for sometime now and my blood sugar levels and hab1c levels are normal now

  10. Shikha Kushwaha

    Thanku sir for clearing my all doubt in this topic.

  11. Shashika Singheprathap

    Is every glucose attached with hemoglobin, how is it decided?

  12. Bhagwan Das

    Very well and precisely described..thanks

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