Clinical Significance

HbA1c, also known as Hemoglobin A1c or A1c, is glycosylated haemoglobin or glycohemoglobin in which the glucose molecule present in the blood non-enzymatically binds to haemoglobin. HbA1c test reflects those RBC that are present in the blood at the time of test and measures average blood glucose concentration over 3-4 months. This gives an indication of long term blood glucose control which serves as a regular monitoring tool if a person has been diagnosed with diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association, this test is mandatory for diabetic patients and should be performed four times a year.

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H.P.L.C

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Diabetologist,Endocrinologists,General physician,General Medicine

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EDTA

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