Glycated albumin is a better glycemic indicator than glycated hemoglobin
values in hemodialysis patients with diabetes: effect of anemia and erythropoietin injection.
In our second set of analyses, we examined a model limited to women [greater than or equal to] 20 years of age who were not pregnant, attended the morning examination, had fasted [greater than or equal to] 8 h, and had measurements for triglyceride, glucose, insulin, c-peptide, and glycated hemoglobin
At the 4-year evaluation, 40% of the 1,456 patients in the rosiglitazone group had a glycated hemoglobin
level of less than 7%, compared with 36% of the 1,454 patients in the metformin group and 26% of the 1,441 glyburide patients.
Simultaneous quantitation of foetal and glycated hemoglobins
Gallagher continued, "However, perhaps even more important is the suggestion that the administration of Periostat may have a significant effect on levels of glycated hemoglobin
, a powerful surrogate for the risk of diabetic complications, as well as hsCRP, a marker for cardiovascular risk.
Unexplained variability of glycated hemoglobin
in non-diabetic subjects not related to glycaemia.
in uremic patients as measured by affinity and ion-exchange chromatography.
The patients who received Exubera(R) experienced a decrease in the glycated hemoglobin
(HbA1c) that was similar to patients taking only insulin injections.
The purpose of the NGSP is to standardize glycated hemoglobin
Lome)] unexpectedly detected by HPLC for glycated hemoglobin
In the study, the glycated hemoglobin
, or HbA1c, which reflects average blood glucose levels over an 8 to 12 week period, decreased similarly in both groups.
One study reported a positive bias in gHb readings from HbAC samples with the Abbott Imx[R] Glycated Hemoglobin
assay, which uses a boronate/ion-capture method.
Data from these studies indicated that this product, compared to placebo, significantly decreased glycated hemoglobin
A1C (HbA1c) (the primary measure for assessing long-term glucose control in diabetes).
An analysis of glycated hemoglobin
by electrospray ionization mass spectrometry.
HbA1c, also known as glycated hemoglobin
, is a measure of a patient's blood sugar control over the last two to three months.