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cutoff

EBM
A measurable value of a screening variable which distinguishes screen positive from screen negative results.  

Graduate education UK
A critical score on an assessment, which marks the boundary between those scores considered as “pass” and those considered as “fail”.
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According to the results of the study, D-dimer test can reliably rule out aortic dissections, even at the widely used cut-off level of 500 ng/mL used for ruling out pulmonary embolism, within the first 24 hours after symptom onset.
Porphyry-style copper+/- gold system as seen at several locations at Senderos de Oro and which are currently mined and milled by local artisanal miners who recover only the free gold with cut-off level at 90 grams/tonne.
SAMHSA raised the Opiate cut-off level to 2000 ng/mL, after an extensive study of 1.
Over 97% of subjects who received a single dose of ChimeriVax-West Nile developed neutralising antibodies above the predefined cut-off level 28 days after vaccination.
The 16 g/t Ag cut-off was chosen as it reflects what is considered to be a prudent cut-off level to take into account the additional metal values.
In contrast, traditional prostate cancer detection by measuring total prostate specific antigen levels, or tPSA, had an overall accuracy of 43% or 47% in the study, depending on the cut-off level used.
08% cut-off level, even though the Blood Alcohol Level of 0.
Under the ZebBlast channel scheme, partners earn points set to three cut-off levels.
Many of these assays can be very challenging due to the low cut-off levels for certain pain medication panels (often at 20 to 25 ng/mL for compliance testing (3)) and also due to challenges from potential matrix interferences and even isomeric drug compounds (e.
indications at the lower cut-off levels that both the White Rock and the
These test kits are FDA approved and set to the SAMSHA cut-off levels.