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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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This is a clear five to ten percent increase in cutoffs, as compared to the fist list in 2010.
In African Americans, on the other hand, the test at a cutoff of 140 mg/dL has a sensitivity of 94%, but a false-positive rate of only 6%.
Rt (Rmax), max mum height between peak and valley, is the value of the vertical distance between the highest peak and lowest valley measured along one cutoff length.
Using the crane to locate the cutoff machine over the cut line, the user makes the cut, automatically repositioning by rotating or tilting the part until all gates and risers are removed.
The swing frame-type cutoff machine is balanced on trunnions and mounted on roller bearings.
Commerce cutoff is highest at Hindu College with 99.
Working against this early deadline would be a major step backward for the money fund industry, which has been moving toward later cutoff times, and for all cash investors who will be unnecessarily disadvantaged.
At Janaki Devi Memorial College, the cutoff for this course has come down from 93 per cent to 92.
We expect that the reassigning of clinical cutoff values for ddI and d4T will enhance the clinical application of PhenoSense HIV test results," said Dr.
Colleges expect more students to show up for admissions after the second cutoff list is announced as it is likely to be more reasonable.
A clinical cutoff defines the maximum level of reduced drug susceptibility at which a patient still has a high probability of successful response to treatment with a particular drug.