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Blood Glucose Conversion
Post Edited (Warren) : 12/11/2006 1:06:28 PM (GMT-7)
Well no! Glycohemoglobin is expressed as A1a, A1b, or A1c - the latter is what we use for our test to see how our blood has averaged over the last 3 months. As you know the test measures the amount of sugar (glucose) bound to hemoglobin. The results reflect the amount of glycohemoglobin divided by the total amount of hemoglobin multiplied by 100 (to produce a percentage). Your A1c level may be reported without a total glycohemoglobin value. So. . .
Comparison of hemoglobin A1c and blood glucose levels
Hemoglobin A1c levels
Hemoglobin A1c %
Average blood glucose (mg/dL)
Average blood glucose (mmol/L)
This is the info that you are looking for. What is my blood glucose level in US or European measurments and how does it relate to those funny numbers the lab gives me for A1c. Hope this helps.