Which of the following confirmed values meet the diagnostic threshold for diabetes?
Fasting blood glucose ≥ 126 mg/dl
Diabetes is clinically referred to as a condition when the level of glucose, before breakfast, is above 126mg/100ml of blood. It is caused either by the decreased production of insulin or its malfunctioning. Increased appetite and thirst and frequent urination are the major symptoms of diabetes. When the level of glucose in the blood increases, there will be traces of glucose in urine also.