growth chart


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growth chart

(grōth chahrt)
A diagram used by pediatricians and other health care providers to follow a child's growth over time and compare it with normal ranges by age group.
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[19] An increased number of these fetuses may be missed if a less sensitive INTERGROWTH-21st growth chart is used at this time point.
Indus Motor (INDU) led the growth chart with sales volume up by 25% year-on-year.
During September, Wagon-R and Swift led the growth chart, up by 61pc YoY and 41pc YoY, respectively.
Volume wise, Wagon-R led the growth chart, rising by 66percent YoY, followed by Swift (up 37percent YoY), and Ravi (up by 33percent YoY).
Volume wise, Wagon-R led the growth chart, rising by 66 per cent YoY, followed by Swift (up 37 per cent YoY), and Ravi (up by 33 per cent YoY).
THE first twins to be monitored in the womb using a potentially life-saving new growth chart have been born safe and well.
Regarding knowledge, all AWWs were aware of the colors in the growth chart but how to mark the absentee period in growth chart was unknown to all [Table 2].
Results: None of the LHWs had growth chart while Salter-weighing scale was available with 34 (57.6%).
Much like a parent using a rule to measure the growth of a child year-to-year, astronomers have created a (http://www.mpia.de/news/science/2016-01-milky-way-agemap#Background) growth chart of the Milky Way.
Our combined focus on all these has determined our growth chart and 'March towards Excellence'.
There were 26 fetuses classified as SGA on the population based growth chart and 36 when the customised growth chart was used (Table 2).