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Fructosamine test

Introduction: Fructosamine test

This test measures blood sugar levels and is commonly used for diabetes. The fructosamine test is often called the 2-week glucose test because it measures your average blood sugars over about the last 2 weeks. It is good for getting an idea about your average control over the recent times. The HbA1c test is another test that can be used to measure average blood sugars over a longer period, perhaps 1 month or 3-4 months.

Fructosamine test

Fructosamine test: Blood sugar levels test averaging about 2 weeks of blood sugars.

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