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con·cor·dant

(kon-kōr'dant),
Denoting or exhibiting concordance.

con·cor·dant

(kŏn-kōr'dănt)
Denoting or exhibiting concordance.
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To identify each patient's concordant conditions, we used our previously developed set of chronic conditions, identified from AHRQ Clinical Classification Software condition categories using the Chronic Condition Indicator, and modified to incorporate ICD-9-CM updates (Hwang et al.
Comparing questions and office-based practice, 58% of questions (2,010) involving 145 conditions were categorized as concordant.
28 * (z) r: Precision, the correlation coefficient between estimated and real severity; Cb: a correction factor that measures how far away the adjusted line is in relation to concordant line (Accuracy); u: difference between the line of regression and concordant line; u: difference in the inclination between regression and concordant lines; [[rho].
Al-Jaafari also hailed the great efforts exerted by the Russian side in setting a concordant agenda.
Among couples with unmet need; 41-49% were concordant (that is, both partners reported having unmet need); the remaining couples had discordant unmet need, reported either by the wife only (33-40%) or the husband only (15-23%).
Parveen Ali, Lecturer, School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Sheffield; Reducing communication barriers through language concordant communication and nurses from the BME community
That fundamental error is too deeply entrenched, too highly remunerative, and too propitiously useful to those seeking a world concordant with their fantasies.
Of a remarkable 137 different health outcomes reportedly linked to vitamin D, they found that only 10 had been thoroughly tested in trials, and only one (birth weight - linked to a mother's vitamin D levels in late pregnancy) had apparently concordant evidence of "benefit.
Using Amazon's Mechanical Turk, crowdsourced workers (microworkers) completed groups of tasks to evaluate the question, "Do nutrition-obesity studies with conclusions concordant with popular opinion receive more attention in the scientific community than those that are discordant?
Brahimi should respect his role as a mediator and be fair and neutral," said al-Zoubi, adding that the international mediator's talk was beyond his mission and concordant with the language which the "Coalition" delegation proposed in Geneva 2 talks and with the U.
In each case, we find the percentage of concordant rises with increases ranging from 3.
Les deputes de l'opposition considerent que le mode de designation des hauts responsables de l'administration judiciaire doit etre le meme que celui adopte pour la designation des magistrats, a savoir par decret presidentiel sur avis concordant du conseil superieur de la magistrature .