Category: D-Diagnosis

An Overweight 10-year-old Girl and Diabetes

An Overweight 10-year-old Girl and Diabetes

“ It is imppossible” When they were told that their daughter developed diabetes, they denied. They though it was impossible that her daughter should develop diabetes. Her mother continuously asked the doctor why her...

The Simplest Tests for Diabetic Nephropathy

The Simplest Tests for Diabetic Nephropathy

Diabetic nephropathy is diagnosed using tests that check for a protein in the urine which points to kidney damage. A microalbumin urine test is needed to diagnose diabetic nephropathy. The test can detect very...

Which Diabetes Accompanies Renal Insufficiency

Which Diabetes Accompanies Renal Insufficiency

Diabetes is a disease which affects the glucose levels in the blood. Glucose is vital to your health because it is an important source of energy for the cells that make up your muscles...

The Importance of Fasting Glucose and Postprandial Blood Sugar on Diabetic Diagnosis

The Importance of Fasting Glucose and Postprandial Blood Sugar on Diabetic Diagnosis

Two-hour postprandial blood sugar test (2-h PPBS) is also very important. It is easier to find problems at this time because the blood glucose is relatively higher. For patients with type II diabetes mellitus,...

What is Glycolated Hemoglobin (HbALc) for Patients with Diabetes Mellitus

What is Glycolated Hemoglobin (HbALc) for Patients with Diabetes Mellitus

The life cycle of red blood cells is 120 days. This combination won’t stop until the red blood cells decline and die. Therefore, the level of glycated hemoglobin (HbALc) can reflect the average level...

What Examinations Should People Take to Identify Diabetes?

What Examinations Should People Take to Identify Diabetes?

How to make a scientific diagnosis for Diabetes? As we know, Diagnosis is due to disorder of glucose metabolism. On one hand, if we take too much sugar one time, or inject a large...

High Blood Pressure and Diabetes

High Blood Pressure and Diabetes

1. Both high blood pressure and Diabetes are triggered by many risk factors, including genetic factors and environmental factors. Though many patients have family history, it is not accurate to refer Diabetes and high...