Effect of Different Anticoagulants on HbA1C Estimation and its Stability

@inproceedings{Sharma2013EffectOD,
  title={Effect of Different Anticoagulants on HbA1C Estimation and its Stability},
  author={Booloo Sharma and Devajit Sarmah and Pavan Sonker},
  booktitle={Journal of laboratory physicians},
  year={2013}
}
Sir, Glycated hemoglobin/HbA1c is always considered as a stable indicator of glycaemia for the preceding three months.[1] Its potential utility in diabetic care was first reported in 1985 WHO report, and by 2010 all the major expert committee and association across the globe including the ADA has recommended HbA1c for the diagnosis of Type 2 DM, besides its role in prognosis.[2] So, the importance of HbA1c estimation in diabetes has increased manifold in recent years. 
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