growth chart


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growth chart

(grōth chahrt)
A diagram used by pediatricians and other health care providers to follow a child's growth over time and compare it with normal ranges by age group.
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KSA ranked fourth in the year-on-year growth chart despite nine percentage points moderation in the growth rate between December'13 and January'14.
9 million, and number four in the top 10 growth chart for companies from $100 million to $1 billion in revenue.
There's a growth chart to track the progress of the seedlings, which should be transplanted when they reach three inches or have sprouted their second set of leaves.
The portable notebook, designed by SCH senior graphic designer Sara al-Kuwari, will be a combination of all cards a mother carries for her child's health check-up like the immunisation card, hearing and vision cards as well as growth chart.
CUTLINE: Charlene Michaud tracks her growth on a tooth timeline growth chart recently at the Vernon Hill Head Start.
When it comes to optimizing pediatric care, clinician, executive and IT leaders at one of the nation's leading children's hospitals are leveraging innovative forms of information technology to improve such process areas as medication administration, growth chart analysis, and clinical documentation (page 24).
5% and may even end up being negative this year (see GDP growth chart, page 6 of this issue).
But despite the hockey-stick growth chart, Twitter faces an uphill battle in making sure these flocks of new users are enticed to return to the nest," he said.
The generally used growth chart has been used for nearly 30 years.
Youngsters can make a food pyramid and a growth chart.
To compile detailed maps and images of this geologic growth chart, scientists on R/V Atlantis put a high-tech tag team to work.