What are dangerous glucose levels?

Answer Dangerous blood glucose levels depend on what test is used. A routine blood glucose test over 200 mg/dl, a fasting test over 150 mg/dl, an oral glucose tolerance test over 250 mg/dl and an AIC test... Read More »

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What are dangerous blood glucose levels?

Blood glucose (sugar levels) can be dangerous if they are too low or too high. Readings below 70 mg/dl or readings above 240 mg/dl are dangerous. If not treated, low levels can result in a coma. Hi... Read More »

What are good glucose levels?

Good glucose levels are considered to be 100 milligrams per deciliter or less. Glucose levels are normally tested after a fasting of at least six hours, but random tests are taken as long as food o... Read More »

What are children's glucose levels?

If the first child was Rh positive it is less likely that the jaundice was due to Rh incompatibility unless you had an abortion earlier and did not take anti D. ABO incompatibility is more likely. ... Read More »

What are proper glucose levels?

Fasting glucose levels less than 100 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) are considered normal. Impaired fasting glucose or prediabetes is labeled for fasting glucose levels between 100 and 126 mg/dL.... Read More »