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Glucose – Postprandial Blood is a type of test conducted to determine the blood glucose level of the patient for detecting diabetes and other disorders.

What is Glucose – Postprandial Blood?

Glucose – Postprandial Blood is used to determining the functioning of the pancreas in the patient. The blood glucose level is measured after food consumption. Glucose – Postprandial Blood test is an easy test that can determine the type of diabetes the patient is having. (1)

Why is Glucose – Postprandial Blood suggested?

Glucose – Postprandial Blood is suggested when a patient is presented with the following symptoms, 

  • Excessive sweating.
  • Constant urination.
  • Eyesight problems.
  • Fatigue
  • The blurring of vision.

How is Glucose – Postprandial Blood test performed

      The  Glucose – Postprandial Blood Test is performed by,

  • The blood samples are collected from the patient and sent to the lab for testing. (1)
  • Sometimes the results can be immediately derived with the help of glucometer.

Glucose – Postprandial Blood tests provide perfect results.

 

What are the parameters measured in Glucose – Postprandial Blood?

The parameters measured in Glucose – Postprandial Blood  are,

  • The amount of glucose in the blood is measured.

Side effects of Glucose – Postprandial Blood test

Preparation before performing Glucose – Postprandial Blood

Before the Glucose – Postprandial Blood test the patients should,

  • Inform about the previous medical history and diseases in the family to the doctors.
  • Avoid taking food before the test. The test is conducted after two hours of food consumption. So maintain fasting for two hours.

Post-care after Glucose – Postprandial Blood

Post-care after Glucose – Postprandial Blood testing is,

  • The patient can leave immediately after the blood test. No extra care required.

 

The sample types in Glucose – Postprandial Blood are,

  • Blood samples.

Common Side effects of Glucose – Postprandial Blood tests are,

  • The blood test has no known side effects. The test is completely safe for patients of all age groups.

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