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HbA1cGlycated Haemoglobin
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Explaining the newly introduced diabetes passport at RAK Hospital, Dr Amal said: "The passport records a diabetic patient's blood pressure, body weight, foot examination results, glycated haemoglobin, lipid profile, kidney and liver function, uric acid, annual eye, peripheral nerves and cardiac examination, among other checkpoints.
Description of the procurement: The framework will cover a range of reagent rental and/or purchases of analysers and reagents capable of accommodating tests for the screening of both antenatal sickle cell and thalassaemia and the measurement of glycated haemoglobin and for analysers and reagents capable of accommodating tests for the measurement of glycated haemoglobin only and newborn sickle cell screening equipment and consumables.
* To compare glycated haemoglobin in non-diabetic subjects with overt hypothyroidism and healthy euthyroid individuals.
Correlation between glycated haemoglobin and random plasma glucose levels for the screening of diabetes mellitus.
Traditionally glycated haemoglobin reflects mean plasma blood glucose concentration over the previous two - three months.11-13
For example, if your levels weren't in control three weeks ago, glycated haemoglobin will persist in the blood cells that were active at that time.
The London Stock Market-listed company yesterday announced it had filed a USA regulatory submission with the Food and Drug Administration for its G5 diabetes glycated haemoglobin test.
All blood samples were analysed for random plasma glucose and glycated haemoglobin. Random plasma glucose was compared as an index test with glycated haemoglobin considering it as reference standard at a value of less than 7% for good glycaemic control.
HbA1c or glycated haemoglobin is an indicator of an individual's blood sugar levels for three months.
HbA1c, called glycated haemoglobin, is a measure of a patient's average blood sugar control over the last two to three months and is a key tool in the diagnosis and monitoring of diabetes.