Diabetes Tests and Diagnosis

Fasting plasma glucose (FPG) test is a blood test for measuring the blood glucose level at a single point of time. For getting the most reliable test results, it is best to take this test in the morning, after doing fast for at least 8 hours. A1C test provides average levels of blood glucose over the past 3 months. Food and water can be consumed before taking A1C test, parameters like age, anemia or any other problem with blood will be considered to diagnose diabetes by using A1C test. Results of A1C test considered in percentage, such as A1C of 7 percent. The higher the percentage, the higher are average blood glucose levels. Random plasma glucose(RPG) test is to diagnose diabetes when diabetes symptoms are present in blood and the test can be taken at any time with or without fasting. Diabetes diagnosis includes the following methods they are,


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