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What Is a High Glucose Level?

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A high glucose level refers to a medical condition where the fasting plasma glucose is 7.0mmol/l or above. It can also refer to a condition where the random level is greater than 11.1mmol/l. A high glucose level in a person may not necessarily mean that the person is diabetic.
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MPV level refers to the Mean Platelet Volume. It is the measurement of the average size of platelets in the blood. The normal range is 7.5 to 11.5 fl. Anything above 11.5 is high.
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