time-consuming for many reasons, not the least of which is the effort it
takes to monitor blood glucose. But monitoring is only useful if
you personally understand your numbers and use them to better manage your
condition. DiabetesChart.org is dedicated
to helping with this.
offer simple to understand resources about diabetes and glucose testing, as
well as free, easy to use printable logging and tracking tools.
the heart of the site are our HbA1c conversion charts, which have been a
fixture on the Internet since September 2000. We currently feature charts based
on findings from the DCCT data study (Rohlfing et al.) as well
as the ADAG study (Nathan et al.).
In total, six charts are posted for each of the two correlation studies. They include
HbA1c to glucose conversions for
• both plasma and whole blood glucose calibrated meters
both NGSP (%) and IFCC (mmol/mol) HbA1c
both mg/dl and mmol/L glucose measurement
is located in Richmond, Virginia USA. Our team is headed by Laura
Lucas, a type 1 diabetic.
for visiting. If you are diabetic, we hope the site proves
useful. If you are visiting on behalf of a friend or family member
with diabetes, thank-you for helping them learn more.
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The purpose of DiabetesChart.org is to make available general educational materials of
benefit to diabetics, and to do so in a clear, organized and
The intended audience of DiabetesChart.org is
the general public, with the exception of the Personal
diabetes management certificate of achievement, which is intended for
None of the information
presented is meant as a substitute for the advice of health professionals.
The information provided by DiabetesChart.org is designed to complement, not
replace, the relationship between a patient and his/her own physician.
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updated November 12, 2015