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A1c, Glycohemoglobin, HgbA1c from 2001

  1. Are factors that affect urine glucose tests and A1c results distorted and hidden from public? (19 Dec 2001)
  2. If blood glucose readings on average are within the hypoglycemic range, would this would balance the fewer hyperglycemic levels? (17 Dec 2001)
  3. What the pros and cons of the A1c and fructosamine tests? (17 Dec 2001)
  4. Can you explain why more hypoglycemia occurs as my A1c moves in the normal range of about 5%? (17 Dec 2001)
  5. What are the percentages of carbohydrates, protein, and amount of sugar guidelines? Also what are normal values for glucose and hemoglobin A1c? (28 Oct 2001)
  6. I have many questions about the hemoglobin A1c test. (9 May 2001)
  7. What is considered an "excellent" glycohemoglobin for a 14 year old boy, diagnosed two years ago? (28 Mar 2001)
  8. I read that the lifespan of a red blood cell is a 120 days and was surprised to see it listed as approximately 90 days. Can you explain the discrepancy? (20 Mar 2001)
  9. Could infection and antibiotics influence the HbA1c test? (8 Feb 2001)
  10. Lately, my son's A1cs have been low, but his fructosamines have been high. Can you tell me what this means? (7 Feb 2001)

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