Diabetes Screening Test Panel (Basic)

Diabetes Screening Test Panel (Basic) proactively protects your health. Whether you are young or old, you can still be at risk of developing this disease and should take steps to assess that risk. 

– Gender: Male, Female.

– Sample type: Blood.

– Age: All ages with a high fever, suspected viral fever or dengue fever. 

– Result: 02 hours after the lab receives the sample.

– Frequency recommendation: Every 03 months if symptoms are present. 

– Note: It is not necessary to fast before sampling. 


1. Overview About The Diabetes Screening Test Panel (Basic)

With increasing numbers of diagnosed cases of type 1 and 2 diabetes among the youth, it seems young people are becoming more susceptible to the disease. Diabetes causes complications ranging from mild to severe, affecting the health and quality of life of those afflicted. Therefore, The Diabetes Screening Test Panel (Basic) is advisable whether symptoms are present or not.

If the subject has no symptoms, the screening helps to proactively screen and allow timely treatment. For patients with diabetes, the test panel helps to monitor blood sugar levels so that doctors and patients can effectively prevent complications. 

2. What Are The Symptoms Of Diabetes? 

People with diabetes often experience the following symptoms:

– Thirsty, peeing frequently

– Change in appetite

– Fatigue

– Blur vision

– Weight loss

– Wounds take a long time to heal

– Dark spots appear on skin

– Numbness or reduced ability to feel pain or temperature changes

3. Who Is Diabetes Screening Test Panel (Basic) Ideal For?

The following subjects should take the test panel: 

– Overweight or obese adults.

– Physically inactive people.

– People with a family history of diabetes.

– People with hypertension.

– People with hyperlipidemia.

– People with a history of blood sugar problems.

– People with a history of heart disease due to atherosclerosis.

– Women with polycystic ovary syndrome and/or gestational diabetes.

– People diagnosed with type 1 or type 2 diabetes.

4. What Tests Does Diabetes Screening Test Panel (Basic) Perform? 

The test panel at Diag includes the following tests:

– Glucose fasting – A blood test that measures a patient’s blood sugar level after about 08 to 12 hours without eating, with the reference meaning of the results being: 

Within the reference level: No diabetes.

Higher than the reference level between 100 and 125 mg/dL: Sign of prediabetes.

Higher than the reference level of 126 mg/dL or more: Sign of diabetes.

– HbA1c – A blood test to check the amount of glucose attached to the hemoglobin molecule in the body’s red blood cells for 3 months, with the reference meaning of the results being:

Within the reference level: No diabetes.

Higher than the reference level between 5.7% and 6.4%: Sign of prediabetes.

Higher than the reference level from above 6,5%: Sign of diabetes. 

5. Why Should You Choose To Test At Diag? 

At Diag Laboratories, a Medical Center which has been active for over 20 years in Vietnam, you will experience a streamlined testing process with features such as:

– Tried and tested services empowered by devices like the Immunolite 2000 XPi (Siemens) and combined with other modern devices and methods.

– Industry-standard certificates relating to testing qualifications such as ISO 14189, EQAb.

– Test categories tailored to your needs. Diag uses a vacuum blood collection technique that reduces pain and the risk of breaking vessels and platelets.

– If you live far from Diag or are busy at work, Diag Laboratories provides you with a home blood service. We will collect your sample at home and you can track your results online before receiving an SMS confirmation. 

Implementing The Diabetes Screening Test Panel (Basic) helps closely monitor your condition, allowing effective treatment and prevention of a disease that can occur at any age. If you have any symptoms, call 1900 1717 to receive 24/7 advice and book a schedule as soon as possible.


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