What Does H1 Mean When Checking For Glucose?
,,,, want to ask what is the meaning of h1 when checking glucose when? before thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Glucose checking aims to determine blood sugar levels. Normally there is indeed sugar in the blood, but if the level is too high, it could be a sign of disease, and can be bad for the body in the long run.
More specifically, there are many forms of glucose testing. There is a glucose check-up time, there is a checkup 2 hours after eating, and there is a fasting glucose check. Regarding your question, generally the results of this examination are in the form of numbers, which normally are more or less in the range of 70-200 mg / dL. If it is less than 70 then you are said to be experiencing low blood sugar / hypoglycemia, and if more than 200 then you are said to have high blood sugar / hyperglycemia or can also be diagnosed with diabetes.
So there is no h1 result from checking blood sugar. As for your case it is written that way, it could be that it was actually mistyped or misread, that what is actually written is not h1, but numbers that read that way. Our advice, you should ask the doctor again who asks you to do the examination or the laboratory where you do the examination. So, hopefully answering your question.