How it Works

Save your Health

Before you have diabetes, the pancreas releases increased amounts of proinsulin. Human proinsulin is produced and given the task to increase insulin by the interaction of enzymes.

Routine assessment of Proinsulin level as a risk marker allows for a better understanding of the underlying effectiveness of insulin and disease conditions. Understanding proinsulin levels help to optimize the anti-diabetic beyond simple glucose control, thus preventing macrovascular disease, the major cause of death of patients with type 2 diabetes.

The reference ranges and associated risk information is provided in the test itself.

Short instruction video for the PREDiabetesCare Proinsulin Rapid Test