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Hemoglobina glicosilada como nuevo mecanismo para diagnostico de diabetes

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Fecha: el 29/07/2009
Nivel: avanzado
Categoria: General
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Descripción: En base a los últimos estudios y utilizando una revisión sistemática, expertos de la ADA, As. Europea para el estudio de la diabetes y federación internacional para el estudio de la diabetes, determinan una nueva forma para determinar la presencia de diabetes y prediabéticos mediante la medición de la HbA1c. ARTICULO PUBLICADO EL 9 DE JULIO DEL 2009
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International Expert Committee Report on the Role of the A1C Assay in the Diagnosis of Diabetes
THE INTERNATIONAL EXPERT COMMITTEE* An International Expert Committee with members appointed by the American Diabetes Association, the European Association for the Study of Diabetes, and the International Diabetes Federation was convened in 2008 to consider the current and future means of diagnosing diabetes in nonpregnant individuals. The report of the International Expert Committee represents the consensus view of its members and not necessarily the view of the organizations that appointed them. The International Expert Committee hopes that its report will serve as a stimulus to the international community and professional organizations to consider the use of the A1C assay for the diagnosis of diabetes. most clinical settings. On the other hand, type 2 diabetes has a more gradual onset, with slowly rising glucose levels over time, and its diagnosis has required specified glucose values to distinguish pathologic glucose concentrations from the distribution of glucose concentrations in the nondiabetic population. Virtually every scheme for the classification and diagnosis of diabetes in modern times has relied on the measurement of plasma (or blood or serum) glucose concentrations in timed samples, such as fasting glucose; in casual samples independent of prandial status; or after a standardized metabolic stress test, such as the 75-g oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT). Early attempts to standardize the definition of diabetes relied on the OGTT, but the performance and interpretation of the test were inconsistent and the number of subjects studied to define abnormal values was very small (1­ 6). Studies in the high-risk Pima Indian population that demonstrated a bimodal distribution of glucose levels following the OGTT (7,8) helped establish the 2-h value as the diagnostic value of choice, even

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