Advanced glycation end products and diabetes and other metab
A total of 912 patients with a community health physical examination and no history of diabetes were selected, excluding those with missing values > 5%. Finally, 906 samples were included in the study with an effective rate of 99.3%. The prevalence in the normal, impaired glucose tolerance and DM groups were 79.8%, 10.0%, and 10.2%, respectively. As the findings indicate, priority should be given to the quality of metabolic-related indicators, such as BMI, TG, and TC, employed to effectively reduce the FBG of Chinese participants with high AGE accumulation. Skin autofluorescence may prove to be a rapid and non-invasive method for assessing the metabolic progression of all glucose level layers.

Source: https://dmsjournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13098-022-00873-2
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