The sugar in the blood is called blood sugar, and in most cases it is glucose. Most of the energy required for cell activity in various tissues in the body comes from glucose, so blood sugar must be maintained at a certain level to maintain the needs of various organs and tissues in the body. Normal people have a fasting blood glucose concentration of 80 to 120 mg% in the morning. Fasting blood glucose levels above 130 mg% are called hyperglycemia. If the blood glucose concentration exceeds 160-180 mg%, a part of glucose is excreted in the urine, which is diabetes. A blood glucose concentration of less than 70 mg% is called hypoglycemia.
In this calculator, enter the corresponding value and select a unit conversion of the drop-down box (from millimoles per liter to milligrams per liter or from milligrams per milliliter to millimoles per liter) to get the result. The valid number is 5 digits.
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