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Re: [IP] A1C numbers and how they compare to blood sugars



> I was just at a seminar last night where they talked about A1C and
> it's corresponding blood sugar. We were told that 6% = 120 and then
> for every percentage it goes up by 30. For example 7% = 150, 8% =
> 180, 9% = 210, etc. Then you can figure your in between percentages
> from that. 

Average blood sugar levels covering the period over which the A1c is 
measured (~60-90 days) is calculated with the following formula:

avg bg = HbA1c*33.3 - 86

Michael
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