Correlations between glycosylated haemoglobin and other metabolic parameters in insulin-dependent diabetics.

Abstract

The metabolic parameters of 40 insulin-dependent patients (22 females and 18 males) have been studied to evaluate their intercorrelations. We obtained positive correlation between glycosylated haemoglobin and triglycerides (r = +0,460; p less than 0,01) and between HbA1 and mean diurnal plasma glucose (MDPG) (r = +0,652; p less than 0,001). There was a negative correlation between HbA1 and high density lipoproteins (HDL) cholesterol (r = -0,406; p less than 0,05). No significant correlation was found between HbA1 and either uric acid or total cholesterol. Correlations were also found between MDPG and triglycerides, MDPG and HDL-cholesterol, triglycides and HDL-cholesterol, uric acid and HDL-cholesterol. These correlations are discussed.

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@article{Odetti1983CorrelationsBG, title={Correlations between glycosylated haemoglobin and other metabolic parameters in insulin-dependent diabetics.}, author={Patrizio R Odetti and Egle Ansaldi and Cecilia Diara and Valeria Cheli and Gabriella Andraghetti and Paolo Buzzo and Romano Prando}, journal={Diabète & métabolisme}, year={1983}, volume={9 1}, pages={26-31} }