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 Vol 14: Identifying persons at risk for developing type 2 diabetes in a concentrated population of high risk ethnicities in Canada using a risk assessment questionnaire and point-of-care capillary blood HbA1c measurement.


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This article is from BMC Public Health, volume 14.AbstractBackground: Amidst the growing health care burden created by diabetes, this study aimed to assess the utility of a prediabetes-type 2 diabetes risk questionnaire in high risk ethnic communities in Toronto Canada. Methods: Participants n = 691 provided questionnaire responses and capillary blood tests collected via fingerstick and results were analysed for HbA1c using the Bio-Rad in2it point-of-care device. The Bland-Altman method was used to compare point-of-care HbA1c analysis Bio-Rad, boronate affinity chromatography to that using high performance liquid chromatography. ANOVA and linear regression were performed to investigate the relationship between questionnaire and blood data. Results: Mean ±SD HbA1c was 5.99% ± 0.84 and the Bland-Altman analysis revealed no significant biases HbA1c bias = 0.039, 95% limits of agreement = -1.14 to 1.22. ANOVA showed that with increasing risk classification based on questionnaire answers with the exception of -moderate-to-high-, there was a significant increase in mean HbA1c Welch Statistic 30.449, p 



Autor: Rowan, Chip P; Miadovnik, Lisa A; Riddell, Michael C; Rotondi, Michael A; Gledhill, Norman; Jamnik, Veronica K

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