can anybody contradict or support the following view point.?
find the average of the ppbs and fbs ..[ie, the sum devided by two]
consider this as a rough value of estimated average glucose , eag,
and find out an aproximate value of
HbA1c from the chart
the idea is that we can continuously asses the hba1c
[a correction can be given to this value and the correction may become consistent individually, in course of time]
whenever we make the tests.
people are generally blind of their hba1c as it is expensive test.
[or more precisely the average of the
prelunch and 2 hour ppbs[after lunch].
this average will give better results for people having dawn effect and ppbs below fbs.]
this opinion[entirely my personal hypothesis] comes as a reply to mr Patliputra asking me
'is ppbs more correlated to hba1c than fbs?'
what is the use worrying about ppbs or fbs when hba1c is the gold standard for assesing the magnitude of complications of diabetes.?