A1C


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A1C

abbr.
airman first class
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The American Diabetes Association (ADA) recommends testing for A1C at least twice a year, or more frequently, as diabetic individuals work to achieve treatment goals.
Airman A1C Heath also was hand-selected as the Wing Staff Agencies Air Force Assistance Fund point of contact helping the wing earn $89 thousand in donations, exceeding the goal by 35 percent.
A1C and survival in maintenance hemodialysis patients.
The clinical world has assumed that the A1C assay reflects average glycemia over the preceding few months.
Diabetes association guidelines recommend that most people with diabetes maintain A1C levels of seven percent or below in order to live healthier and more productive lives.
During the event, she will share some of her favorite Hispanic/Latino diabetes-friendly recipes and encourage people to make a pledge to know their A1C and work with their doctor to set and reach their A1C goal.
SrA Daniel Ubence and A1C Richard Lewis, 552 AMXS, Tinker AFB, Okla.
Upon graduation, A1C Lathan was assigned to the 81st Comptroller Squadron at Keesler AFB as a customer service technician.
Throughout the Phase III development program, treatment with ONGLYZA at all doses produced clinically relevant and statistically significant reductions in all three key measures of glucose control studied - A1C, fasting plasma glucose (FPG) and post-prandial glucose (PPG) - when partnered with other commonly used oral anti-diabetic agents (metformin, sulfonylureas and TZDs), or when used as a monotherapy.
A1C Eames, a dynamic and energetic Airman, is an Accounting Liaison Technician assigned to Davis-Monthan AFB.
A1C Watson noticed A1C Carter, a sheet metal technician, outside of the truck apparently in considerable pain.