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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Sex-specific reference intervals for cardiac troponin exist, with the 99th percentile (the cutpoint for determination of an increased troponin) being substantially lower in females than males (1, 2).
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.
8 km 33kv xlpe 3 core 400 sqmm cable from 132/33kv wanparthy ss to first cut point near 132/33kv wanaparthy yard and erection of 22km 33kv line from cutpoint to 33/11kv rajapur ss with double circuit arrangement in gopalpet section of mahaboobnagar circle
The revision sets the body mass index cutpoint for screening overweight or obese Asian Americans at 23 kg/[m.
05-10 ng/mL, an established standard for classifying SHS exposure (the lower cutpoint of 0.
A vertex v is a cutpoint of G if G - {v} has more connected components than G.
We define sensitivity as the proportion of true positives that were detected using that cutpoint and specificity as the proportion of true negatives that were detected using that cutpoint.
The research also demonstrated that when ST2 was considered together with NT-proBNP, as four groups based on NT-proBNP levels above or below the median level for NT-proBNP, and ST2 levels above or below the standard FDA-cleared 35 ng/mL cutpoint, patients with both markers increased had almost a six-fold higher risk of death during the course of long-term follow up, versus those who had neither biomarker elevated.