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GlycoMark. The more you know . . .

Glycemic variability can threaten your health, even when your diabetes seems to be under control. GlycoMark is an indicator of recent glycemic control that is associated with average daily peak glucose levels, not a three-month average level. Having more complete information can make diabetes management more effective. GlycoMark. It’s what you should know. Now.

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Is GlycoMark right for you? Know the score.

Maintaining your target blood glucose level is the key to managing diabetes. It’s about the way you feel. And the way you live. GlycoMark provides information about average daily peak glucose levels that other tests don’t show. Is GlycoMark right for you? Talk to your doctor today.

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Healthcare professionals: What you should know…

GlycoMark is the only specific indicator of hyperglycemia and glycemic variability among other tests used for monitoring glucose control, such as A1C and fructosamine. It tells you more than you can learn from A1C and fasting blood glucose testing. Use GlycoMark in devising patient-personalized strategies for hitting and holding targeted blood glucose levels. Look closer, here.

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The GlycoMark® Test

  • An FDA-cleared blood test specific to detecting recent hyperglycemia and hyperglycemic excursions (occurring in the fasting state, postprandial, or both).

  • Reveals recent trends toward or away from A1C goals, suggesting improving or worsening control.

  • Is Independently associated with increased rates of diabetes complications.

  • When used with A1C, provides a more complete assessment of glycemic control to identify patients that may benefit from closer diabetes management.

The Value of GlycoMark as an Adjunctive Test

Bob and Susan have similar A1C numbers in a “good” range, but their glycemic variability is quite different. By adding the information from the GlycoMark test, recent hyperglycemic excursions (occurring in the fasting state, postprandial, or both) can be detected.


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