Glycohemoglobin Blood Test Explained
The Glycohemoglobin blood test is used to diagnose and monitor diabetes by measuring the average blood glucose level over the past two to three months. The glycohemoglobin level for a healthy adult should be less than 7.3%. Adults with diabetes often have normal Glycohemoglobin levels below 9%. Following is a sample of the results of the Glycohemoglobin blood test. The reference interval indicates the normal ranges and the flag indicates a result outside of those ranges.