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Abstract

Objectives: The purpose of this study was to discover the relationship between the continuous glucose monitoring and HbA1c in two medical centers in Jordan.    

Method: A method-comparison design was used.  The analysis applied on 567 patients. The entire sample completed testing for HbA1c levels and 24 hours glucose level; the results were analyzed using regression analysis tools.

Results: The analysis results shows that HbA1c level was strongly correlated with 24 hours continuous glucose monitoring (r = 0.627).  

Conclusion: Regression analysis shows a very strong positive relation (Pearson correlation r =0.627) between the values of the blood glucose level and the HbA1c levels which may be an added value to the Jordanian researcher’s data bases.

Objectives: The purpose of this study was to discover the relationship between the continuous glucose monitoring and HbA1c in two medical centers in Jordan.    

Method: A method-comparison design was used.  The analysis applied on 567 patients. The entire sample completed testing for HbA1c levels and 24 hours glucose level; the results were analyzed using regression analysis tools.

Results: The analysis results shows that HbA1c level was strongly correlated with 24 hours continuous glucose monitoring (r = 0.627).  

Conclusion: Regression analysis shows a very strong positive relation (Pearson correlation r =0.627) between the values of the blood glucose level and the HbA1c levels which may be an added value to the Jordanian researcher’s data bases.

Keywords
HbA1c
Blood Glucose
Accuracy
Regression Analysis
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