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How effective is an A1c test in determining hypoglycemia?
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Dr. Jay Park
Pediatrics
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In brief: Ineffective
Hemoglobin A1c level has been utilized to monitor how well hyperglycemia (as in diabetics) has been controlled.

In brief: Ineffective
Hemoglobin A1c level has been utilized to monitor how well hyperglycemia (as in diabetics) has been controlled.
Dr. Jay Park
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Dr. Bradford Romans
A glucometer can detect hypoglycemia
In brief: Not very
A hba1c test is used to determine how well high glucose levels (hyperglycemia) have been controlled over the last few months.
It is not a test that is used to follow hypoglycemia.

In brief: Not very
A hba1c test is used to determine how well high glucose levels (hyperglycemia) have been controlled over the last few months.
It is not a test that is used to follow hypoglycemia.
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