Diabetes Monitoring Profile 1 Includes 4 laboratory studies (In each On the setting additional Information To get Click In particular Product):

According to international recommendations, diabetes and therapy should be monitored and re-evaluated every 3 months.

Through periodic monitoring, 30-40% of patients have diabetes well controlled.

Profile studies reveal abnormal values ​​that may indicate complications of diabetes or the need to change the course of therapy.

General Information

Diabetes mellitus Is a chronic, metabolic disease that causes an increase in blood sugar (glucose) levels.

Normally, when your blood sugar level rises, pancreatic beta cells produce a hormone in response. Insulin, which is considered to be the body’s major anabolic hormone and regulates the absorption of glucose from the blood into the liver, adipose and skeletal muscle cells. Insulin enhances glucose uptake and metabolism, thereby lowering blood sugar levels.

If you have diabetes, your body will either not produce enough insulin or will not be able to use the insulin it produces effectively. When there is not enough insulin in the body or the cells stop responding to insulin, excess blood sugar remains.

High blood sugar levels damage organs and tissues throughout the body. The higher the blood sugar level and the longer it lasts, the greater the risk of developing serious health problems such as heart disease, vision problems and Kidney disease - Determination of creatinine and general analysis of urine allows the assessment of the risk of developing kidney disease or already developed disease caused by diabetes, in addition to monitoring diabetes.

For more information about diabetes, see the following link - Diabetes mellitus.

When should we conduct Diabetes Monitoring Profile 1?

The research is conducted:

  • To monitor diabetes;
  • To assess the risk of developing kidney disease caused by diabetes or an already developed disease.

How to prepare for the test?

The test should be performed on an empty stomach.

It is recommended to limit alcohol intake, smoking and strenuous physical activity for at least 12 hours before the study.

Tell your doctor about the medications you are taking before the test.

Rules for collecting urine:

  • To collect the material, rinse the periurethral area with laundry soap and water or wipe with a disinfectant wipe, then pat dry with a clean, dry towel.
  • The first and last portion of urine should be flushed and the middle portion of urine containing at least 10-15 ml should be placed in a sterile urine container.
  • Urine should be brought to the laboratory within one hour of ingestion. If you can not bring the test material to the laboratory for one hour, then it should be stored in the refrigerator for a maximum of 2 hours.

Research material

Venous blood

Possible interpretation of the results

If the test reveals abnormalities, it may be necessary to use additional diagnostic, other methods, or change the course of diabetes therapy. For this you must consult a specialist, who will correctly select the appropriate examinations to make an accurate diagnosis or, if necessary, change the course of current therapy.

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