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Diabetes Tests: Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) Home Test, Kidney Screen-At-Home Test
Diabetes is a serious disease. Regular monitoring is an important element of your care. According to statistics a pproximately 15 to 16 million people in the United States are known to have diabetes. In addition, an estimated 8 million American adults have undiagnosed diabetes.
The American Diabetes Association recommends that all adults over the age of 45 be tested for diabetes. Among those most at risk are overweight people over 40 who do not exercise, African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans, and those with a family history of diabetes.
At TestCountry we offer the most accurate, affordable and reliable diabetes tests available.
We offer three test kits:
Biosafe Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) Test: Confidential, fast and convenient . The HbA1c (hemoglobin A1c) Blood Test is a laboratory procedure that measures the total amount of hemoglobin A1c in your blood. Comparing the results of your initial HbA1c test to the results of subsequent tests can determine the progress you've made in properly managing your diabetes. Insurance Reimbursement Code - is included with results.
Hemoglobin A1c-At-Home Test: Accurate, and easy to use- The hemoglobin A1c test can be a powerful tool for you to use in managing diabetes. It is a laboratory blood test that shows the average level of glucose in your blood over the prior three months.
Kidney Screen-At-Home Test: Early detection is the key to preventing kidney disease. There are no symptoms in the earliest stages, so it's vital to test for microalbuminuria on a regular basis. The At Home Kidney Screen test is a convenient mail-in laboratory test for measuring microalbumin levels in the urine , which is the proven way to detect kidney dysfunction early enough to avoid developing kidney disease.
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While diagnosing diabetes, pathologists primarily depend on glucose test results. Along with the pathological test, some doctors also consider physical fitness, medical history and some particular symptoms of the patient. The higher glucose levels in the blood can lead to onset of myriad health complications. There are two main tests practiced since long to diagnose these medical conditions. First is to directly measure the glucose levels in the blood after an overnight fast, and the second one deals with the measurement of body's ability to appropriately handle and metabolize the high sugar levels after a rich glucose content meal. The normal blood sugar levels may vary considerably depending the age, blood pressure, dietary habits, or any given patho-physiological conditions. In general for the overnight fasting test, a glucose value ranging from 70–110mg/dl is considered to be normal while for the an after-meal glucose tolerance test, which is normally performed after at least 2 hours of taking meals, 140-180mg/dl is considered normal. In case of pregnant women, these values may fluctuate towards the higher sides. The diabetes test is often performed by sampling blood or urine samples.