Blood glucose values newborn

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514349 tn?1272801633 you should give the values on these tests. example for blood glucose you need to have certain values or range that can help doctor assess if your pre diabetic or diabetic or needs additional test.
Avatar m tn I had my blood work done about a month ago and now have received a copy some of the results have me concerned first is the ESR which is 42mm Anion Gap 2meq Fasting Glucose 107 Total Billrubin 1.33mg ALT 21U/L TSH 2.46 Free T4 .
Avatar n tn Upon performing the 2hr OGTT (using 75g drink) or the 3hr OGTT (using 100g drink), on several occasions, I have experienced serum glucose values measured at 1hr lower than those of the 2hr glucose values (Fasting glucose within reference range and all samples collected, processed, and separated within appropriate timing). For individuals with "mild" diabetes and suspected gestational diabetes, how likely it is for glucose measurements to show this trend?
Avatar m tn I always take 2 or 3 pulkas or chapathis during night every day and i dont eat rice during night.. But whenever i check the blood glucose levels with the glucometer, i find that the fasting values are not within the range of normal values viz 110 for fasting. but the post lunch levels always within the normal range of viz 140.The random levels always varies from 125 to 150. Kindly advise me whether i am diabetic and do i have to take medicine for diabetes?
Avatar m tn Acceptance criteria in ISO 15197, 2003 are that 95% of all differences in glucose values (i.e., between reference method and meter) should be within 15 mg/dL for glucose values less than 75 mg/dL, and within 20% for glucose values greater than or equal to 75 mg/dL.
Avatar n tn Hello! I'm not a medical professional, just the parent of a kid with diabetes. The normal blood glucose ranges for anyone, child or not are between 80 and 120. Some doctors will say 70-110, but it's all in the same range. Now, that's the target, but depending on what is eaten for example, a healthy person's blood glucose can rise temporarily up close to 200. As long as the values return to normal after a couple hours, all is well.
Avatar n tn Actually, articles I have read listing so-called "normal" ranges of glucose values after a meal tend to say that a reading above the mid 140's is considered possibly diabetic. However, the ranges do differ from person to person. Most people's glucose can go as high as in the mid 140's after a meal before their own bodies start producing extra insulin to bring those levels down. The range of 70-126 is considered normal before eating a meal, or as a fasting glucose level.
1033523 tn?1258035082 1.) Fasting - You do not eat or drink colored liquids for 8-10 hours. A blood sample is drawn and your glucose level checked. Normal levels 70-99 mg/dl Prediabetes 100-124 mg/dl Above 126 mg/dl indicates diabetes [hyperglycemia] If your fasting levels returns below 70 mg/dl this indicates hypoglycemia. (some labs have low point as 60 mg/dl) 2.) OGTT [Oral Glucose Tolerance Test] - You are given a sugary liquid to drink. You are tested in 1 hour intervals.
Avatar m tn The difference between a fasting glucose of 101 and 106 is probably negligible. Both of your values suggest that you have impaired fasting glucose (range 100 - 125). The measurement is the same in fasting and non fasting testing - the difference is in the reference range. A normal fasting glucose is < 100 and the current thinking seems to be that even a result in the mid to high 90s might suggest close monitoring.
Avatar f tn The bloodwork of most concern during tx is platelets, red blood cells and white blood cells. Those can tank very fast during treatment but you did not post those. Spunky13 Hi Everyone. Thanks to all of you for your wisdom and input. It really has helped. I just got home from the hepatolist. I had my "baseline" bloods done before treatment and had my "first" bloods on treatment (on 7 days). He had the results which, of course, I do not know how to interpret.
Avatar f tn If you have many fastings down around 50, your medications should be adjusted or your dietary habits changed to prevent that, because your body will start adjusting to very low glucose values and may one day fail to alert you to a dangerous low(we call this hypoglycemic unawareness). Speak to your doctor(and your Mom's doctor) about these patterns and see if some changes can be made to improve them take care.
Avatar f tn I recently had blood work done and I have been feeling generally unwell (nausea, headaches, tired etc.). I was wondering if these blood work numbers are something to be concerned with? wbc = 12.6 neutrophils absolute = 7.2 lymphs absolute = 3,7 eos absolute = 0.7 glucose = 102 creatine = 1.
Avatar m tn Normal values for a C-peptide test are usually between 0.5 and 2.0 ng/mL. However, check you results as labs vary with ranges. You A1c indicates you glucose [blood sugar] on a daily average is 314-330 mg/dl, very unhealthy and can lead to serious life threatening conditions if not brought under control. Didn't you discuss your results with your doctor? Obtain paperwork on how to manage and control your rising glucose levels?
Avatar f tn Those foods that have high GI values tend to release large amounts of glucose in the blood stream more quickly as compared to those that have low GI values. As a result, the foods with high GI values cause your glucose to rise much faster than the foods low on the GI. Also, eat fruits with other foods to slow the absorption of fructose, fruit sugar.
Avatar f tn On average, normal glucose levels typically peak at 160 180 mg/dl (8.89 10 mmol/l) from 30 minutes to 1 hour after administration of the oral glucose dose, and should then return to fasting levels of 140 mg/dl (7.78 mmol/l) or less within a 2- to 3-hour period." thank you for your help!
Avatar f tn The A1c provides an insight on your past 2-3 month glucose levels. Red blood cells live on average 2-3 months. Excess glucose rides on new red blood cells, the A1c captures this and provides an estimated three month daily average. " If a result such as 5.8% translates into an "average daily" value of 120 mg/dL, how can 5.8% be considered normal?" An A1c of 5.8% equates to an eAG [estimated daily Average Glucose] of 120 mg/dl, key word is estimated.
Avatar m tn I had the following blood work done in the ER last night. Please give me your feed back. This doesn't make any sense to me. Does any of the test results below indicate possible HIV infection? Please note that I have worked in the middle east for the past year. Basic Metabolic Blood Test Sodium 138 Potassium 3.7 Chloride 101.0 CO2 28.4 Glucose 112 H BUN 18 Creat Serum 0.91 Calcium 10.0 eGFR >60& CBC COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT TEST WBC 6.7 RBC 4.83 Hgb 15.
Avatar f tn Hello community. About a year ago, my doctor ordered me pre and post prandial glucose tests. Actually I don't remember the numeric values, but as far as I remember, glucose levels were normal (even close to the minimun threshold). Since a couple of weeks ago, I've had frequent urination, especially at nighttime (nocturia) and this freaked me out about having Diabetes type 2. I have no dryness in the mouth or skin, no dizziness, no weakness or another diabetes-like symptom.
Avatar m tn You also need to have a home blood glucose monitor. With this you can test his glucose so that you know his condition. Make sure you also know how to use this. Please consider reading the book Diabetes Solutions by Richard Bernstein. It explains how to properly control blood sugar and to avoid highs and lows. If his blood sugars are so high and he is on oral meds, he may need insulin. If he is on insulin and his sugars are still so high, his whole dietary approach will need to be adjusted.