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HbA1c 6.3% or less is normal.

When HbA1c was measured by the numerical value of JDS value, I thought that HbA1c 5% was normal. Currently, HbA1c has changed to the NGSP value, so HbA1c is considered to be 5.9% plus 0.4%, and HbA1c 6.3% or less is normal. There are many outpatients who think that HbA1c is still high even at 6.2%.

HbA1c 5% level is also natural.

In the treatment at other medical facilities, even if HbA1c is 7% or more, there are many patients who say that HbA1c is 5% normal after they first come to our hospital. In particular, insulin treatment was performed at other hospitals, but after visiting our hospital, HbA1c was once used after switching to treatment centered on GLP1 receptor agonists and SGLT2 inhibitors. There are a large number of patients who have reached no level.

Even for patients who have been injected with insulin

The target for HbA1c is 6.5% or less.

At other hospitals, insulin treatment was used, but at this hospital, insulin injections are no longer necessary. There are many patients with HbA1c of 6.5% or less. Everyone is surprised that glycemic control has never improved so much, but it's not uncommon at our hospital. At our hospital, such cases are very common.

If HbA1c is 6.5% or less, retinopathy does not progress.

Retinopathy progresses from 6.5% of HbA1c diagnosed as diabetes. Therefore, if HbA1c is aimed at 6.3% or less, even if HbA1c becomes 6.5%, motivation will not decrease and the progression of retinopathy, which is a complication of diabetes, will be stopped. It is possible. At our hospital, many patients are suffering from treatment problems at other hospitals, and as a result, many patients come to our hospital, and many patients say that their glycemic control has improved incredibly. Is a feature. Of course, retinopathy does not progress.

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