There are an estimated 84 million adults 18 years and older in the U.S. who are prediabetic or at risk for developing diabetes.1 Prediabetes is characterized as higher than normal glucose levels but not high enough to meet criteria for diabetes.2 It is associated with –
There are no specific symptoms and individuals are often unaware of they are at risk for diabetes. This is important because prediabetes status is a significant risk factor for diabetes, chronic kidney disease (CKD), and cardiovascular disease (CVD).2,3 In fact, many individuals with prediabetes characteristics already have CVD, hypertension and unrecognized CKD.3,4 Without appropriate clinical intervention, an individual’s prediabetes status is likely to progress to diabetes over time - generally within 10 years or less.4
LabCorp offers test options to assist clinicians with identification and management of prediabetes and diabetes.
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Additionally, your patients may benefit from taking a quiz from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that can help assess risk for prediabetes. Click https://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/takethetest/ to find out more and view the quiz.