Specific affinity-chromatographic measurement of glycated hemoglobins in uremic patients.

@article{Bruns1984SpecificAM,
  title={Specific affinity-chromatographic measurement of glycated hemoglobins in uremic patients.},
  author={David E. Bruns and Peter Isaac Lobo and John Savory and Michael R. Wills},
  journal={Clinical chemistry},
  year={1984},
  volume={30 4},
  pages={569-71}
}
The clinical utility of glycated hemoglobin measurements in renal failure is controversial, given numerous earlier studies showing no correlation between glycated hemoglobin and other indicators of blood glucose control in uremic subjects. This problem is attributable, in part, to analytical interferences from carbamylated hemoglobins. We report use of a specific affinity method to measure glycated hemoglobins in a group of uremic patients, diabetic and nondiabetic, undergoing treatment by… CONTINUE READING
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