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[Correlations between hemoglobin A1 and other metabolic and clinical parameters in insulin-dependent diabetics followed in ambulatory care].
Minerva Med. 1982 Sep 15; 73(35):2269-73.MM

Abstract

210 HbA1 percentage tests were determined in 52 ambulatory insulinodependent patients. There was a close correlation between HbA1 and blood-glucose of the previous two months: mean post-prandial, mean daily and, less strongly, mean fasting blood-glucose. The level of glycosylated haemoglobins correlated significantly with blood-glucose of the same time and highly with mean 24 hour glycosuria 0/00 of previous two months. There was also a slight inverse correlation between HbA1 and uricemia. No correlation resulted with total lipemia, serum triglyceride levels, serum total cholesterol levels and HDL cholesterol concentrations. The increased proportions of HbA1 did not not appear to be related to the age of the patients or to the duration of diabetes or to complications. HbA1 measurement is a simple and objective test of metabolic control in diabetic subjects.

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7110604

Citation

Moratti, F, et al. "[Correlations Between Hemoglobin A1 and Other Metabolic and Clinical Parameters in Insulin-dependent Diabetics Followed in Ambulatory Care]." Minerva Medica, vol. 73, no. 35, 1982, pp. 2269-73.
Moratti F, Bielli L, Ferrè A, et al. [Correlations between hemoglobin A1 and other metabolic and clinical parameters in insulin-dependent diabetics followed in ambulatory care]. Minerva Med. 1982;73(35):2269-73.
Moratti, F., Bielli, L., Ferrè, A., & Birocchi, D. (1982). [Correlations between hemoglobin A1 and other metabolic and clinical parameters in insulin-dependent diabetics followed in ambulatory care]. Minerva Medica, 73(35), 2269-73.
Moratti F, et al. [Correlations Between Hemoglobin A1 and Other Metabolic and Clinical Parameters in Insulin-dependent Diabetics Followed in Ambulatory Care]. Minerva Med. 1982 Sep 15;73(35):2269-73. PubMed PMID: 7110604.
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