cutpoint

cut·point

(kut'poynt),
Arbitrary value on an ordinal scale such as blood pressure, beyond which values are regarded as clinically abnormal.

cut·point

(kŭt'poynt)
Arbitrary value on an ordinal scale such as blood pressure, beyond which values are regarded as clinically abnormal.
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8 km 33kv xlpe 3 core 400 sqmm cable from 132/33kv wanparthy ss to first cut point near 132/33kv wanaparthy yard and erection of 22km 33kv line from cutpoint to 33/11kv rajapur ss with double circuit arrangement in gopalpet section of mahaboobnagar circle
The body mass index cutpoint for screening overweight or obese Asian Americans is now 23 kg/[m.
We define sensitivity as the proportion of true positives that were detected using that cutpoint and specificity as the proportion of true negatives that were detected using that cutpoint.
instance, Figure 1 displays a hypothetical PTO cutpoint on the issue of
9% at an average calorific value of 5,767Kcal/kg gross as received ("gar") basis (dense, medium cutpoint 1.
For the ideal point and DW-Nominate measures, again the 1984/1985 cutpoint variables work as similarly to the original ones.
Summary variables were calculated and then recoded as dichotomous variables using a cutpoint of one standard deviation above the mean for anal sex (24 or more anal sex acts in the past two months = 1, less than 24 = 0), and vaginal sex (66 or more vaginal sex acts in the past two months = 1, less than 66 = 0).
To determine the level of depressive symptoms in the sample, the percentage of students above and below the standard cutpoint was reported.
At baseline, the subjects had albumin/creatine ratios of <25 mg/g (the female cutpoint for normal albumin excretion) and did not have hypertension or diabetes.
In addition, a clinical cutpoint for Lp-PLA2 of >200 ng/mL was recommended for considering a patient at higher risk.
Table 2: Changing Estimated Proportions of Elderly with Dementia Depending on Source of Data, Choice of Cutpoint on Cognitive Screening Instrument, and Selection of Included Diagnoses AHEAD Survey Overall (TICS 8/9 and IQCODE 3.
The WHO recommended the BMI cutpoint of 23 for Asian populations, (1) although Japan currently uses the cutpoint of 25 (20) and this was the cuptoint selected for overweight in the present study.