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Q: what is a HBAIC?


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frankenduf, Community Member
5/15/09 4:20pm

hemoglobin (type) A1C is sort of a barometer of how blood sugar control is going- some glucose attaches to hemoglobin in the blood, forming HgBA1C- so, the more sugar in blood over time, the higher the HgBA1C- since HgBA1C has a slow turnover, it actually reflects the blood sugar over the past 3 months

Wa Wacera, Community Member
4/22/10 8:11am


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