PMID: 73063Dec 3, 1977

Glycosylated haemoglobin concentrations and clinitest results in insulin-dependent diabetes

R LanoeG Tchobroutsky


In 11 insulin-dependent diabetic outpatients, haemoglobin AIc (HbAIc) was measured by an electrofocusing method. Diabetic control was evaluated by the semiquantitative urine test for sugar, 'Clinitest', three times a day every day in the 8 weeks before the HbAIc determination. 24-hour glycosuria and fasting and postprandial blood-glucose levels were measured one to five times during this period. The HbAIc concentration correlated highly with the semi-quantitative urinary-sugar-concentration index but not with the other parameters.


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