glycosated hemoglobin concentra-tion
glycosated hemoglobin concentra-tion (gli´kōsā´tid hēm´əglō´bin kon´sentrā´shən),
n a measurement of the percentage of red blood cells that are glycosated hemoglobin (hemoglobin cells that have joined with glucose). This percentage is an indication of a person's average blood glucose level over the past several weeks. It is used by diabetics to manage their blood glucose levels.