Diabetes Check - II Test - Price, Normal Range | Sprint Diagnostics Hyderabad
Patient Preparing : Fast for 8-12 hours before the blood test. For the postprandial test, the blood sample will be taken 2 hours after eating. No specific preparation is required for the urine test.
Diabetes Check - II is a comprehensive panel of tests designed to evaluate both the blood sugar levels and the impact of diabetes on various body functions. Diabetes is a chronic condition characterized by high blood sugar levels. Over time, high blood sugar can lead to various complications including heart disease, kidney problems, nerve damage, and eye problems.
This panel includes a Complete Urine Examination to check for the health of the kidneys which can be affected in diabetes. It also includes blood tests: Glucose â€“ Fasting & Postprandial to measure blood sugar levels at two different times, HbA1c to look at the long-term control of blood sugar, and Lipid Profile to evaluate the levels of different fats in the blood which is crucial in assessing heart disease risk.
|Diabetes Check - II (Complete Urine Examination; Glucose â€“ Fasting & PP, HbA1c, Lipid Profile)
|Fast for 8-12 hours before the blood test. For the postprandial test, the blood sample will be taken 2 hours after eating. No specific preparation is required for the urine test.
Why is the Diabetes Check - II panel important?
This panel is important as it provides a comprehensive look at not only your blood sugar levels but also the health of your kidneys and your risk for heart disease, which are common complications of diabetes.
What does the Complete Urine Examination show?
The Complete Urine Examination can show the presence of proteins, blood, and other substances in the urine which may indicate kidney damage or infection, common complications of diabetes.
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How is the Fasting and Postprandial Blood Glucose test performed?
Fasting Blood Glucose is measured after an overnight fast, while Postprandial Blood Glucose is measured 2 hours after eating a meal. Both tests help in assessing how well diabetes is being controlled.
What is HbA1c and why is it important?
HbA1c is a blood test that reflects your average blood sugar levels over the past 3 months. Itâ€™s an important measure of how well your diabetes is being controlled over time.
What does the Lipid Profile assess?
The Lipid Profile assesses the levels of different fats in your blood including cholesterol and triglycerides. This is important as people with diabetes are at an increased risk of heart disease.
What are normal values for these tests?
Normal values can vary, but generally, fasting glucose should be below 100 mg/dL, postprandial glucose below 140 mg/dL, HbA1c below 5.7%, and cholesterol levels should be within the reference range provided by the lab.
How often should I get the Diabetes Check - II panel?
The frequency depends on the individual and the state of their diabetes. It is best to follow the recommendations of your healthcare provider.
Can lifestyle changes affect the results of this panel?
Absolutely, lifestyle changes such as a healthy diet, regular physical activity, and smoking cessation can positively affect blood sugar, cholesterol levels, and kidney health.
Are there any factors that can affect the results of these tests?
Medications, diet, level of physical activity, stress, and other illnesses can all affect the results of these tests.
What do I do if my results are abnormal?
Itâ€™s important to consult your healthcare provider to discuss the results and the next steps for management or treatment.
What are the symptoms of uncontrolled diabetes?
Symptoms of uncontrolled diabetes can include excessive thirst, frequent urination, fatigue, blurred vision, and slow-healing sores.
How does uncontrolled diabetes affect the heart?
Uncontrolled diabetes can lead to the build-up of plaques in the blood vessels, which can lead to heart disease.
Can the Diabetes Check - II panel detect complications?
Yes, this panel can help in the early detection of complications such as kidney damage and increased risk for heart disease.
What is the role of diet in managing diabetes?
A healthy diet is crucial in managing blood sugar levels and preventing the complications of diabetes.
Can diabetes be cured?
There is no cure for diabetes, but it can be managed effectively through lifestyle changes and medications.
Being proactive and vigilant in monitoring and managing your diabetes is key to maintaining good health and preventing complications. Regularly getting the Diabetes Check - II panel, following a healthy lifestyle, and working closely with your healthcare provider can go a long way in successfully managing diabetes and maintaining a high quality of life.
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