false negative rate


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false negative rate

NIHspeak The proportion of all positive–active– substances falsely identified as negative
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Third, since there is a high false negative rate of 20%, one negative mycobacterial urine culture does not mean the absence of genitourinary TB.
In rate terms, that means there is a false negative rate of 68.
This idea could be applied to both the vis-NIR and MIR false negative rates of 0.
The false negative rate was low, thus very few larvae that were identified as being another species were in fact M.
For both LSF-40 and NWF-30, sensitivity indices exceeded 90% and false negative rates were less than 10%.
Note that the second term on the right-hand side of Equation 2, which expressed the cost penalty in terms of the false negative rate, is now to be interpreted in terms of its complement, namely, the correct fault detection rate (1 - [F.
It is believed the false negative rate using the tests, which are not available over-the-counter, could have been as high as 30pc.
It is believed the false negative rate using the tests could have been as high as 30 per cent, raising fears that women could have put their unborn child at risk by continuing to drink and smoke, or have unsuitable medical treatments.
To be eligible for the program, participants would have to demonstrate that their technology has a false positive rate of less than to percent and has a false negative rate of less than 2 percent.
It is intuitively obvious that protective-value is reduced by false negatives: the higher the false negative rate, the greater the likelihood that individuals with an impairment will escape detection and be charged a premium lower than appropriate for their risk.
An abdominal circumference within the normal range reliably excludes IUGR with a false negative rate of less than 10%, according to studies.