Random glucose test

Random glucose test

Random glucose test is a blood sugar test taken from a non-fasting subject.

This test, also called random blood glucose (RBG), assumes a recent meal and therefore has higher reference values than the fasting glucose test.

Reference values

The reference values for a random glucose test in an average adult are ?-140 ml/l (?-7.8 mmol/l).

ee also

*Blood glucose

External links

* [http://www.labtestsonline.org/understanding/analytes/glucose/glance.html Glucose Tests @ Lab Tests Online]


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