New Delhi, 9 April 2015: RISC test will educate you about your current diabetes status and possible future health complications in one go. It is introduced by Lifespan, a diabetes and cardiometabloic clinic. Lifespan’s RISC Plus is a combination of RISC and IGHA test which provides complete evaluation of your current diabetes status along with health complications which might occur in future.
IGHA (Instant Glycosylated Haemoglobin Analysis) is a test (NGSP and IFCC certified, US FDA approved and CE marked) where Glycosylated haemoglobin is tested to monitor the long-term control of diabetes mellitues. The level f glycosylated haemoglobin reflects the average blood glucose level over thepast 8-12 weeks, which provides clinic with an accurate appraisal of the diabetes management.
Call Lifespan at 18002670127.
ASHOK WASSON says
details about RISC test need to be given for better appreciation. How is it different from A1c test and what in addition of past 8-12 weeks history this RISC test traces for Type 2 Diabetes. Is this single test evaluates all the vital organs of the body which are at risk for T2D? Does RISC test evaluates each organ and its current status? Please provide details.
I am keen to take this test but want to know what it is all about for T2D like me. Thanks