Mortality and hospitalization risks are higher for adults with type 2 diabetes who experience larger fluctuations in HbA1c or have very high or very low average HbA1c levels, according to findings published in Diabetes Care.
“Most clinical guidelines suggest the use of individualized patient target levels of HbA1c. Whilst some mention the need for stability in HbA1c, few have any explicit target for variability in HbA1c,” Julia A. Critchley, DPhil, professor of epidemiology at Population Health Research Institute at St. George’s, University of London, told Endocrine Today. “Our
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