The Glycated hemoglobin unit converter is designed to convert glycosylated hemoglobin concentration units from mmol/L to g/dL and from g/dL to mmol/L.
Medical laboratories independently select the units in which they issue the results. It is not uncommon for a patient, doctor, laboratory diagnostician or other medical staff to convert the concentration units of a given analyte. That is why I am offering you a calculator for glycated hemoglobin based on widely available formulas.
Glycated hemoglobin unit converter
If you want to convert the unit of glycated hemoglobin concentration – enter the appropriate value in the appropriate field. Then select a unit. The calculator automatically converts units from g/dL to mmol/L and vice versa.
Glycated hemoglobin unit converter – formulas
If you do not want to use the above calculator, but you want to calculate the concentration yourself – below are the formulas with examples of calculations.
Convert glycosylated hemoglobin from mmol/L to g/dL
FORMULA: mmol/L x 1.61 = g/dL
EXAMPLE: in order to convert the concentration of 2.33 g / dL, this value should be multiplied by 1.61
2,33 [g/dL] x 1,61 = 3,75 mmol/L
Convert glycosylated hemoglobin from g/dL to mmol/L
FORMULA: g/dL / 1.61 = mmol/L
EXAMPLE: the obtained information on the concentration of glycosylated hemoglobin 6.2 g/dL, to obtain the concentration in mmol/L, the value of 6.2 should be divided by 1.61
6,2 [g/dL] / 1,61 = 3,85 mmol/L
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Disclaimer: This page is for informational purposes only. Conversion rates have been compiled based on publicly available information. All information should be confirmed and verified. The data on the site is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Any information, result, conversion should be consulted with a doctor.