adjusted age

adjusted age

the age of an infant based on due date or gestational age. For example, if a child is 8 months old, but was born prematurely by 2 months, the adjusted age is 6 months.
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031 Adjusted age, gender, residential region, comoribidities (hypertension, diabetes mellitus, coronary artery disease, cerebrovascular disease, malignancy, liver cirrhosis, chronic pulmonary disease, and connective tissue disease), and medication (NSAID, aspirin, warfarin, clopidogrel, cilostazol).
Results: One hundred and seventeen preterm babies (57 females and 60 males) with a mean adjusted age of 35.
In this study, we examined the physical growth properties of very low birth weight (VLBW) preterm babies followed up in the neonatal intensive care unit at the adjusted age of 3 years in the light of prenatal, neonatal, genetic and environmental risk factors.
This cohort study was conducted with preterm babies who were born at the gestational age of 32 weeks or below and with a birth weight of 1 500 g or below at the adjusted age of three years between 01.
The weight and height at the adjusted age of three years, adjusted and chronological age, parental ages, parental heights, target height and target height percentiles (THP) were recorded.
Tasmania's adjusted age will remain the highest age for supervised juniors in Australia
For otoliths with no agreed upon age, it was still possible to assign an adjusted age in some cases on the basis of the margin increment category and the age estimates.
Table A Model Predicting Post-Acute Service Use Following Acute Myocardial Infarction in Elderly Medicare Beneficiaries: 1994-1995 Regression Adjusted Coeffi- Odds Characteristic cient (1) Ratio Admission Severity Adjusted Age (75) 0.
This adjusted age is obtained by subtracting the numbers of weeks of prematurity from children's chronological age.
The average adjusted age for Ponzi perpetrators was 45.
A vertical line was drawn through the items of the child's chronologic or adjusted age, and items were scored as a pass or fail.
It uses the chronologic or adjusted age for the infant.