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1

Which of the following can be used in the evaluation of Addison's disease?

24 hr urinary free cortisol
low dose dexamethasone suppression test
high dose dexamethasone suppression test
morning cortisol level
MRI
all others would be for Cushings

2

You are seeing a 50 year old man who has been treated with a diuretic for hypertension and edema. You do routine lab work and discover a potassium level of 3.4 mg/dL and a calcium level of 10.8 mg/dL. Which medication is this patient likely taking?

furosemide
acetazolamide
chlorthalidone
amiloride
aldactone

3

You are evaluating a 35 year old man with no significant past medical problems. You obtained a lipid panel and it shows an LDL level of 130 mg/dL. Based on National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) guidelines, which of the following would you recommend?

recommend lifestyle and dietary changes and then reevaluate
begin ezetimibe
initiate treatment with atorvastatin
begin ezetimibe in addition to lifestyle and dietary intervention
initiate treatment with atorvastatin in addition to lifestyle and dietary interventions

4

which of the following would be on indication for surgical treatment of hyperparathyroidism?

development of recurrent kidney stones
a normal DEXA scan
elevation in the serum sodium level
hypophosphatemia
persistently low calcium level

5

A 35 year old woman with a history of manic depression presents to the cliniic with excessive thirst. She doesn't remember her medication list but recalls one was abruptly stopped. She also states she is urinating a lot more than usual. Her vials, including blood pressure, are stable. you order some lab work and the sodium level is 141 mEg/L, the creatinine level is 1.2mg/dL, the blood glucose level is 100mg/dL and teh calcium level is 9.5mg/dL. Which test would you order next?

urinalysis to look for glucosuria
morning cortisol to screen for adrenal insufficiency
chemistry panel
urine osmolality
serum osmolality

6

You are seeing a 68 year old man with T2DM in your office. His last HgA1C done one month ago was 9.2. In the last three weeks, you made some adjustments in his medication. Which test could you order to see whether there has been any change in his condition?

repeat glycosylated hemoglobin
sequential postprandial glucose monitoring
oral glucose tolerance test
albumin/creatinine ratio
glycated serum fructosamine level

7

Which of the following can be used in the evaluation of Addison's disease?

24 hr urinary free cortisol
low dose dexamethasone suppression test
high dose dexamethasone suppression test
morning cortisol level
MRI
all others would be for Cushings

8

You are seeing a 50 year old man who has been treated with a diuretic for hypertension and edema. You do routine lab work and discover a potassium level of 3.4 mg/dL and a calcium level of 10.8 mg/dL. Which medication is this patient likely taking?

furosemide
acetazolamide
chlorthalidone
amiloride
aldactone

9

You are evaluating a 35 year old man with no significant past medical problems. You obtained a lipid panel and it shows an LDL level of 130 mg/dL. Based on National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) guidelines, which of the following would you recommend?

recommend lifestyle and dietary changes and then reevaluate
begin ezetimibe
initiate treatment with atorvastatin
begin ezetimibe in addition to lifestyle and dietary intervention
initiate treatment with atorvastatin in addition to lifestyle and dietary interventions

10

which of the following would be on indication for surgical treatment of hyperparathyroidism?

development of recurrent kidney stones
a normal DEXA scan
elevation in the serum sodium level
hypophosphatemia
persistently low calcium level

11

A 35 year old woman with a history of manic depression presents to the cliniic with excessive thirst. She doesn't remember her medication list but recalls one was abruptly stopped. She also states she is urinating a lot more than usual. Her vials, including blood pressure, are stable. you order some lab work and the sodium level is 141 mEg/L, the creatinine level is 1.2mg/dL, the blood glucose level is 100mg/dL and teh calcium level is 9.5mg/dL. Which test would you order next?

urinalysis to look for glucosuria
morning cortisol to screen for adrenal insufficiency
chemistry panel
urine osmolality
serum osmolality

12

You are seeing a 68 year old man with T2DM in your office. His last HgA1C done one month ago was 9.2. In the last three weeks, you made some adjustments in his medication. Which test could you order to see whether there has been any change in his condition?

repeat glycosylated hemoglobin
sequential postprandial glucose monitoring
oral glucose tolerance test
albumin/creatinine ratio
glycated serum fructosamine level

13

Which of the following can be used in the evaluation of Addison's disease?

24 hr urinary free cortisol
low dose dexamethasone suppression test
high dose dexamethasone suppression test
morning cortisol level
MRI
all others would be for Cushings

14

You are seeing a 50 year old man who has been treated with a diuretic for hypertension and edema. You do routine lab work and discover a potassium level of 3.4 mg/dL and a calcium level of 10.8 mg/dL. Which medication is this patient likely taking?

furosemide
acetazolamide
chlorthalidone
amiloride
aldactone

15

You are evaluating a 35 year old man with no significant past medical problems. You obtained a lipid panel and it shows an LDL level of 130 mg/dL. Based on National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) guidelines, which of the following would you recommend?

recommend lifestyle and dietary changes and then reevaluate
begin ezetimibe
initiate treatment with atorvastatin
begin ezetimibe in addition to lifestyle and dietary intervention
initiate treatment with atorvastatin in addition to lifestyle and dietary interventions

16

which of the following would be on indication for surgical treatment of hyperparathyroidism?

development of recurrent kidney stones
a normal DEXA scan
elevation in the serum sodium level
hypophosphatemia
persistently low calcium level

17

A 35 year old woman with a history of manic depression presents to the cliniic with excessive thirst. She doesn't remember her medication list but recalls one was abruptly stopped. She also states she is urinating a lot more than usual. Her vials, including blood pressure, are stable. you order some lab work and the sodium level is 141 mEg/L, the creatinine level is 1.2mg/dL, the blood glucose level is 100mg/dL and teh calcium level is 9.5mg/dL. Which test would you order next?

urinalysis to look for glucosuria
morning cortisol to screen for adrenal insufficiency
chemistry panel
urine osmolality
serum osmolality

18

You are seeing a 68 year old man with T2DM in your office. His last HgA1C done one month ago was 9.2. In the last three weeks, you made some adjustments in his medication. Which test could you order to see whether there has been any change in his condition?

repeat glycosylated hemoglobin
sequential postprandial glucose monitoring
oral glucose tolerance test
albumin/creatinine ratio
glycated serum fructosamine level

19

Which of the following can be used in the evaluation of Addison's disease?

24 hr urinary free cortisol
low dose dexamethasone suppression test
high dose dexamethasone suppression test
morning cortisol level
MRI
all others would be for Cushings

20

You are seeing a 50 year old man who has been treated with a diuretic for hypertension and edema. You do routine lab work and discover a potassium level of 3.4 mg/dL and a calcium level of 10.8 mg/dL. Which medication is this patient likely taking?

furosemide
acetazolamide
chlorthalidone
amiloride
aldactone

21

You are evaluating a 35 year old man with no significant past medical problems. You obtained a lipid panel and it shows an LDL level of 130 mg/dL. Based on National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) guidelines, which of the following would you recommend?

recommend lifestyle and dietary changes and then reevaluate
begin ezetimibe
initiate treatment with atorvastatin
begin ezetimibe in addition to lifestyle and dietary intervention
initiate treatment with atorvastatin in addition to lifestyle and dietary interventions

22

which of the following would be on indication for surgical treatment of hyperparathyroidism?

development of recurrent kidney stones
a normal DEXA scan
elevation in the serum sodium level
hypophosphatemia
persistently low calcium level

23

A 35 year old woman with a history of manic depression presents to the cliniic with excessive thirst. She doesn't remember her medication list but recalls one was abruptly stopped. She also states she is urinating a lot more than usual. Her vials, including blood pressure, are stable. you order some lab work and the sodium level is 141 mEg/L, the creatinine level is 1.2mg/dL, the blood glucose level is 100mg/dL and teh calcium level is 9.5mg/dL. Which test would you order next?

urinalysis to look for glucosuria
morning cortisol to screen for adrenal insufficiency
chemistry panel
urine osmolality
serum osmolality

24

You are seeing a 68 year old man with T2DM in your office. His last HgA1C done one month ago was 9.2. In the last three weeks, you made some adjustments in his medication. Which test could you order to see whether there has been any change in his condition?

repeat glycosylated hemoglobin
sequential postprandial glucose monitoring
oral glucose tolerance test
albumin/creatinine ratio
glycated serum fructosamine level

25

Which of the following can be used in the evaluation of Addison's disease?

24 hr urinary free cortisol
low dose dexamethasone suppression test
high dose dexamethasone suppression test
morning cortisol level
MRI
all others would be for Cushings

26

You are seeing a 50 year old man who has been treated with a diuretic for hypertension and edema. You do routine lab work and discover a potassium level of 3.4 mg/dL and a calcium level of 10.8 mg/dL. Which medication is this patient likely taking?

furosemide
acetazolamide
chlorthalidone
amiloride
aldactone

27

You are evaluating a 35 year old man with no significant past medical problems. You obtained a lipid panel and it shows an LDL level of 130 mg/dL. Based on National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) guidelines, which of the following would you recommend?

recommend lifestyle and dietary changes and then reevaluate
begin ezetimibe
initiate treatment with atorvastatin
begin ezetimibe in addition to lifestyle and dietary intervention
initiate treatment with atorvastatin in addition to lifestyle and dietary interventions

28

which of the following would be on indication for surgical treatment of hyperparathyroidism?

development of recurrent kidney stones
a normal DEXA scan
elevation in the serum sodium level
hypophosphatemia
persistently low calcium level

29

A 35 year old woman with a history of manic depression presents to the cliniic with excessive thirst. She doesn't remember her medication list but recalls one was abruptly stopped. She also states she is urinating a lot more than usual. Her vials, including blood pressure, are stable. you order some lab work and the sodium level is 141 mEg/L, the creatinine level is 1.2mg/dL, the blood glucose level is 100mg/dL and teh calcium level is 9.5mg/dL. Which test would you order next?

urinalysis to look for glucosuria
morning cortisol to screen for adrenal insufficiency
chemistry panel
urine osmolality
serum osmolality

30

You are seeing a 68 year old man with T2DM in your office. His last HgA1C done one month ago was 9.2. In the last three weeks, you made some adjustments in his medication. Which test could you order to see whether there has been any change in his condition?

repeat glycosylated hemoglobin
sequential postprandial glucose monitoring
oral glucose tolerance test
albumin/creatinine ratio
glycated serum fructosamine level

31

Which of the following can be used in the evaluation of Addison's disease?

24 hr urinary free cortisol
low dose dexamethasone suppression test
high dose dexamethasone suppression test
morning cortisol level
MRI
all others would be for Cushings

32

You are seeing a 50 year old man who has been treated with a diuretic for hypertension and edema. You do routine lab work and discover a potassium level of 3.4 mg/dL and a calcium level of 10.8 mg/dL. Which medication is this patient likely taking?

furosemide
acetazolamide
chlorthalidone
amiloride
aldactone

33

You are evaluating a 35 year old man with no significant past medical problems. You obtained a lipid panel and it shows an LDL level of 130 mg/dL. Based on National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) guidelines, which of the following would you recommend?

recommend lifestyle and dietary changes and then reevaluate
begin ezetimibe
initiate treatment with atorvastatin
begin ezetimibe in addition to lifestyle and dietary intervention
initiate treatment with atorvastatin in addition to lifestyle and dietary interventions

34

which of the following would be on indication for surgical treatment of hyperparathyroidism?

development of recurrent kidney stones
a normal DEXA scan
elevation in the serum sodium level
hypophosphatemia
persistently low calcium level

35

A 35 year old woman with a history of manic depression presents to the cliniic with excessive thirst. She doesn't remember her medication list but recalls one was abruptly stopped. She also states she is urinating a lot more than usual. Her vials, including blood pressure, are stable. you order some lab work and the sodium level is 141 mEg/L, the creatinine level is 1.2mg/dL, the blood glucose level is 100mg/dL and teh calcium level is 9.5mg/dL. Which test would you order next?

urinalysis to look for glucosuria
morning cortisol to screen for adrenal insufficiency
chemistry panel
urine osmolality
serum osmolality

36

You are seeing a 68 year old man with T2DM in your office. His last HgA1C done one month ago was 9.2. In the last three weeks, you made some adjustments in his medication. Which test could you order to see whether there has been any change in his condition?

repeat glycosylated hemoglobin
sequential postprandial glucose monitoring
oral glucose tolerance test
albumin/creatinine ratio
glycated serum fructosamine level

37

Which of the following can be used in the evaluation of Addison's disease?

24 hr urinary free cortisol
low dose dexamethasone suppression test
high dose dexamethasone suppression test
morning cortisol level
MRI
all others would be for Cushings

38

You are seeing a 50 year old man who has been treated with a diuretic for hypertension and edema. You do routine lab work and discover a potassium level of 3.4 mg/dL and a calcium level of 10.8 mg/dL. Which medication is this patient likely taking?

furosemide
acetazolamide
chlorthalidone
amiloride
aldactone

39

You are evaluating a 35 year old man with no significant past medical problems. You obtained a lipid panel and it shows an LDL level of 130 mg/dL. Based on National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) guidelines, which of the following would you recommend?

recommend lifestyle and dietary changes and then reevaluate
begin ezetimibe
initiate treatment with atorvastatin
begin ezetimibe in addition to lifestyle and dietary intervention
initiate treatment with atorvastatin in addition to lifestyle and dietary interventions

40

which of the following would be on indication for surgical treatment of hyperparathyroidism?

development of recurrent kidney stones
a normal DEXA scan
elevation in the serum sodium level
hypophosphatemia
persistently low calcium level

41

A 35 year old woman with a history of manic depression presents to the cliniic with excessive thirst. She doesn't remember her medication list but recalls one was abruptly stopped. She also states she is urinating a lot more than usual. Her vials, including blood pressure, are stable. you order some lab work and the sodium level is 141 mEg/L, the creatinine level is 1.2mg/dL, the blood glucose level is 100mg/dL and teh calcium level is 9.5mg/dL. Which test would you order next?

urinalysis to look for glucosuria
morning cortisol to screen for adrenal insufficiency
chemistry panel
urine osmolality
serum osmolality

42

You are seeing a 68 year old man with T2DM in your office. His last HgA1C done one month ago was 9.2. In the last three weeks, you made some adjustments in his medication. Which test could you order to see whether there has been any change in his condition?

repeat glycosylated hemoglobin
sequential postprandial glucose monitoring
oral glucose tolerance test
albumin/creatinine ratio
glycated serum fructosamine level

43

Which of the following can be used in the evaluation of Addison's disease?

24 hr urinary free cortisol
low dose dexamethasone suppression test
high dose dexamethasone suppression test
morning cortisol level
MRI
all others would be for Cushings

44

You are seeing a 50 year old man who has been treated with a diuretic for hypertension and edema. You do routine lab work and discover a potassium level of 3.4 mg/dL and a calcium level of 10.8 mg/dL. Which medication is this patient likely taking?

furosemide
acetazolamide
chlorthalidone
amiloride
aldactone

45

You are evaluating a 35 year old man with no significant past medical problems. You obtained a lipid panel and it shows an LDL level of 130 mg/dL. Based on National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) guidelines, which of the following would you recommend?

recommend lifestyle and dietary changes and then reevaluate
begin ezetimibe
initiate treatment with atorvastatin
begin ezetimibe in addition to lifestyle and dietary intervention
initiate treatment with atorvastatin in addition to lifestyle and dietary interventions

46

which of the following would be on indication for surgical treatment of hyperparathyroidism?

development of recurrent kidney stones
a normal DEXA scan
elevation in the serum sodium level
hypophosphatemia
persistently low calcium level

47

A 35 year old woman with a history of manic depression presents to the cliniic with excessive thirst. She doesn't remember her medication list but recalls one was abruptly stopped. She also states she is urinating a lot more than usual. Her vials, including blood pressure, are stable. you order some lab work and the sodium level is 141 mEg/L, the creatinine level is 1.2mg/dL, the blood glucose level is 100mg/dL and teh calcium level is 9.5mg/dL. Which test would you order next?

urinalysis to look for glucosuria
morning cortisol to screen for adrenal insufficiency
chemistry panel
urine osmolality
serum osmolality

48

You are seeing a 68 year old man with T2DM in your office. His last HgA1C done one month ago was 9.2. In the last three weeks, you made some adjustments in his medication. Which test could you order to see whether there has been any change in his condition?

repeat glycosylated hemoglobin
sequential postprandial glucose monitoring
oral glucose tolerance test
albumin/creatinine ratio
glycated serum fructosamine level

49

Which of the following can be used in the evaluation of Addison's disease?

24 hr urinary free cortisol
low dose dexamethasone suppression test
high dose dexamethasone suppression test
morning cortisol level
MRI
all others would be for Cushings

50

You are seeing a 50 year old man who has been treated with a diuretic for hypertension and edema. You do routine lab work and discover a potassium level of 3.4 mg/dL and a calcium level of 10.8 mg/dL. Which medication is this patient likely taking?

furosemide
acetazolamide
chlorthalidone
amiloride
aldactone

51

You are evaluating a 35 year old man with no significant past medical problems. You obtained a lipid panel and it shows an LDL level of 130 mg/dL. Based on National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) guidelines, which of the following would you recommend?

recommend lifestyle and dietary changes and then reevaluate
begin ezetimibe
initiate treatment with atorvastatin
begin ezetimibe in addition to lifestyle and dietary intervention
initiate treatment with atorvastatin in addition to lifestyle and dietary interventions

52

which of the following would be on indication for surgical treatment of hyperparathyroidism?

development of recurrent kidney stones
a normal DEXA scan
elevation in the serum sodium level
hypophosphatemia
persistently low calcium level

53

A 35 year old woman with a history of manic depression presents to the cliniic with excessive thirst. She doesn't remember her medication list but recalls one was abruptly stopped. She also states she is urinating a lot more than usual. Her vials, including blood pressure, are stable. you order some lab work and the sodium level is 141 mEg/L, the creatinine level is 1.2mg/dL, the blood glucose level is 100mg/dL and teh calcium level is 9.5mg/dL. Which test would you order next?

urinalysis to look for glucosuria
morning cortisol to screen for adrenal insufficiency
chemistry panel
urine osmolality
serum osmolality

54

You are seeing a 68 year old man with T2DM in your office. His last HgA1C done one month ago was 9.2. In the last three weeks, you made some adjustments in his medication. Which test could you order to see whether there has been any change in his condition?

repeat glycosylated hemoglobin
sequential postprandial glucose monitoring
oral glucose tolerance test
albumin/creatinine ratio
glycated serum fructosamine level

55

Which of the following can be used in the evaluation of Addison's disease?

24 hr urinary free cortisol
low dose dexamethasone suppression test
high dose dexamethasone suppression test
morning cortisol level
MRI
all others would be for Cushings

56

You are seeing a 50 year old man who has been treated with a diuretic for hypertension and edema. You do routine lab work and discover a potassium level of 3.4 mg/dL and a calcium level of 10.8 mg/dL. Which medication is this patient likely taking?

furosemide
acetazolamide
chlorthalidone
amiloride
aldactone

57

You are evaluating a 35 year old man with no significant past medical problems. You obtained a lipid panel and it shows an LDL level of 130 mg/dL. Based on National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) guidelines, which of the following would you recommend?

recommend lifestyle and dietary changes and then reevaluate
begin ezetimibe
initiate treatment with atorvastatin
begin ezetimibe in addition to lifestyle and dietary intervention
initiate treatment with atorvastatin in addition to lifestyle and dietary interventions

58

which of the following would be on indication for surgical treatment of hyperparathyroidism?

development of recurrent kidney stones
a normal DEXA scan
elevation in the serum sodium level
hypophosphatemia
persistently low calcium level

59

A 35 year old woman with a history of manic depression presents to the cliniic with excessive thirst. She doesn't remember her medication list but recalls one was abruptly stopped. She also states she is urinating a lot more than usual. Her vials, including blood pressure, are stable. you order some lab work and the sodium level is 141 mEg/L, the creatinine level is 1.2mg/dL, the blood glucose level is 100mg/dL and teh calcium level is 9.5mg/dL. Which test would you order next?

urinalysis to look for glucosuria
morning cortisol to screen for adrenal insufficiency
chemistry panel
urine osmolality
serum osmolality

60

You are seeing a 68 year old man with T2DM in your office. His last HgA1C done one month ago was 9.2. In the last three weeks, you made some adjustments in his medication. Which test could you order to see whether there has been any change in his condition?

repeat glycosylated hemoglobin
sequential postprandial glucose monitoring
oral glucose tolerance test
albumin/creatinine ratio
glycated serum fructosamine level

61

Which of the following can be used in the evaluation of Addison's disease?

24 hr urinary free cortisol
low dose dexamethasone suppression test
high dose dexamethasone suppression test
morning cortisol level
MRI
all others would be for Cushings

62

You are seeing a 50 year old man who has been treated with a diuretic for hypertension and edema. You do routine lab work and discover a potassium level of 3.4 mg/dL and a calcium level of 10.8 mg/dL. Which medication is this patient likely taking?

furosemide
acetazolamide
chlorthalidone
amiloride
aldactone

63

You are evaluating a 35 year old man with no significant past medical problems. You obtained a lipid panel and it shows an LDL level of 130 mg/dL. Based on National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) guidelines, which of the following would you recommend?

recommend lifestyle and dietary changes and then reevaluate
begin ezetimibe
initiate treatment with atorvastatin
begin ezetimibe in addition to lifestyle and dietary intervention
initiate treatment with atorvastatin in addition to lifestyle and dietary interventions

64

which of the following would be on indication for surgical treatment of hyperparathyroidism?

development of recurrent kidney stones
a normal DEXA scan
elevation in the serum sodium level
hypophosphatemia
persistently low calcium level

65

A 35 year old woman with a history of manic depression presents to the cliniic with excessive thirst. She doesn't remember her medication list but recalls one was abruptly stopped. She also states she is urinating a lot more than usual. Her vials, including blood pressure, are stable. you order some lab work and the sodium level is 141 mEg/L, the creatinine level is 1.2mg/dL, the blood glucose level is 100mg/dL and teh calcium level is 9.5mg/dL. Which test would you order next?

urinalysis to look for glucosuria
morning cortisol to screen for adrenal insufficiency
chemistry panel
urine osmolality
serum osmolality

66

You are seeing a 68 year old man with T2DM in your office. His last HgA1C done one month ago was 9.2. In the last three weeks, you made some adjustments in his medication. Which test could you order to see whether there has been any change in his condition?

repeat glycosylated hemoglobin
sequential postprandial glucose monitoring
oral glucose tolerance test
albumin/creatinine ratio
glycated serum fructosamine level

67

Which of the following can be used in the evaluation of Addison's disease?

24 hr urinary free cortisol
low dose dexamethasone suppression test
high dose dexamethasone suppression test
morning cortisol level
MRI
all others would be for Cushings

68

You are seeing a 50 year old man who has been treated with a diuretic for hypertension and edema. You do routine lab work and discover a potassium level of 3.4 mg/dL and a calcium level of 10.8 mg/dL. Which medication is this patient likely taking?

furosemide
acetazolamide
chlorthalidone
amiloride
aldactone

69

You are evaluating a 35 year old man with no significant past medical problems. You obtained a lipid panel and it shows an LDL level of 130 mg/dL. Based on National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) guidelines, which of the following would you recommend?

recommend lifestyle and dietary changes and then reevaluate
begin ezetimibe
initiate treatment with atorvastatin
begin ezetimibe in addition to lifestyle and dietary intervention
initiate treatment with atorvastatin in addition to lifestyle and dietary interventions

70

which of the following would be on indication for surgical treatment of hyperparathyroidism?

development of recurrent kidney stones
a normal DEXA scan
elevation in the serum sodium level
hypophosphatemia
persistently low calcium level

71

A 35 year old woman with a history of manic depression presents to the cliniic with excessive thirst. She doesn't remember her medication list but recalls one was abruptly stopped. She also states she is urinating a lot more than usual. Her vials, including blood pressure, are stable. you order some lab work and the sodium level is 141 mEg/L, the creatinine level is 1.2mg/dL, the blood glucose level is 100mg/dL and teh calcium level is 9.5mg/dL. Which test would you order next?

urinalysis to look for glucosuria
morning cortisol to screen for adrenal insufficiency
chemistry panel
urine osmolality
serum osmolality

72

You are seeing a 68 year old man with T2DM in your office. His last HgA1C done one month ago was 9.2. In the last three weeks, you made some adjustments in his medication. Which test could you order to see whether there has been any change in his condition?

repeat glycosylated hemoglobin
sequential postprandial glucose monitoring
oral glucose tolerance test
albumin/creatinine ratio
glycated serum fructosamine level