cutpoint

cut·point

(kut'poynt),
Arbitrary value on an ordinal scale such as blood pressure, beyond which values are regarded as clinically abnormal.

cut·point

(kŭt'poynt)
Arbitrary value on an ordinal scale such as blood pressure, beyond which values are regarded as clinically abnormal.
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The first cutpoint allows comparisons between the first and second years' data, and the second cutpoint supports comparisons before and after the publication of the CDC Guideline.
Combining the two criteria--a high PMSYS index and positive residuals--a final set of 65 practices (21 percent) were identified as PDs (PD75) when applying the weighted 75th percentile as cutpoint for both criteria; 41 PDs (PD90: 13 percent) using the 90th percentile (Figure 1).
The sensitivity and NPV of each troponin cutpoint for T1MI are shown here in Figs.
Scaling troponin to the 99th percentile of normal yielded a median value that was 4.8 [2.2, 14.1] times higher than the 99th percentile cutpoint among AMI patients, compared to 2.3 [1.5, 6.5] times higher among non-AMI patients (P = 0.04).
That is, each individual has a cutpoint accuracy such that they vote if and only if the accuracy of their private signal surpasses that cutpoint, thereby generating a form of selective participation.
(4) A waist circumference of more than 40 inches (102 cm) for men and more than 35 inches (88 cm) for women is the generally recommended cutpoint to identify elevated risk.
(113) When a vote is perfectly ordered in one dimension, there exists a cutpoint that cleanly separates the majority coalition from the Justices in dissent.
The estimated cutpoint will probably come within about 0.03 RD of the true value, but an error of 0.03 RD can cause a large yield difference for coking coal partitioned at low cutpoints.
* The revision sets the body mass index cutpoint for screening overweight or obese Asian Americans at 23 kg/[m.sup.2], an increase from the prior cutpoint of 25 kg/[m.sup.2].
Using ROC curve construction technique, our research team determined that the optimal cutpoint for HOMA2-IR for our population is 2.00 [21].
A vertex v is a cutpoint of G if G - {v} has more connected components than G.