Medical Definition of Haemoglobin A1C

1. The substance of red blood cells that carries oxygen to the cells and sometimes joins with glucose. Because the glucose stays attached for the life of the cell (about 4 months), a test to measure haemoglobin A1C shows what the person's average blood glucose level was for that period of time. (09 Oct 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haemoglobin A1C

haemodynameter
haemodynamic
haemodynamically
haemodynamics
haemodynamometer
haemodyscrasia
haemodystrophy
haemoendothelial placenta
haemofiltration
haemoflagellates
haemofuscin
haemogenesis
haemogenic
haemoglobin
haemoglobin A
haemoglobin A1C (current term)
haemoglobin A2
haemoglobin AIc
haemoglobin Anti-Lepore
haemoglobin Bart's
haemoglobin C
haemoglobin C disease
haemoglobin Chesapeake
haemoglobin Constant Spring
haemoglobin DPunjab
haemoglobin E
haemoglobin F
haemoglobin Gower-1
haemoglobin Gower-2
haemoglobin H

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