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Z score

n. Statistics
A measure of the distance in units of standard deviations of a particular value in a distribution or a set of data from the mean of that distribution or set of data.
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Prior analyses in this cohort have found OCPs to be associated with reduced body mass index (BMI) and height z-scores [defined according to World Health Organization (WHO) child growth standards] (Burns et al.
To assess overall differences between the groups, we calculated grade-specific regression-based standardized z-scores (M = 0.
It is hypothesized that children in the area will present with wasting, stunting and underweight status as they are manifested by z-scores depending on their interaction with the environmental factors, highlighting the importance of resources and barriers that can affect the nutritional status of school- aged children.
But I can't tell you how strongly I would urge you to not consider T-scores or Z-scores or something like that in the vitamin D field.
Advanced features for echo and cath viewing include support of Boston Z-scores for pediatric echo reporting, support for Stage 5 and Stage 6 stress echo exams and quantitative coronary analysis for cath exams.
In equation 2, N is measured by standardised anthropometric measures of height-for-age, z-score (HAZ), weight-for-age, z-score (WAZ) and weight-for-height, z-scores (WHZ).
Digisonics will also demonstrate the other features offered in its CVIS for pediatric cardiologists including trend plots with z-scores, configurable pediatric normal range tables, Mullins congenital heart diagrams that can be edited and embedded in the pediatric report and seamless integration with patient registry databases (such as the ACC IMPACT Registry Database) and hemodynamics systems.
The stronger association in the PRL data between number of types of personal psi experiences and session z-scores (rather than direct hits) indicates that persons who believe they have had a variety of psi experiences are more adept at identifying partial correspondences between their ganzfeld experience and targets in the judging pool.
That many differences were impossible to summarize in the standard ANOVA format, so we chose to present the results as summed z-scores, a standard score based on the conversion of raw scores to standard units.
The ability to view historical congenital echo images, reports and trends of measurement Z-scores at the same time as the current patient information is a big advantage to our workflow," said Dr.
Age- and sex-specific BMI z-scores and percentiles were computed using 2000 CDC growth charts (Kuczmarski et al.