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centile

(ˈsɛntaɪl)
n
(Statistics) another word for percentile

cen•tile

(ˈsɛn taɪl, -tɪl)

n.
(not in technical use) a percentile.
[1900–05; < Latin cent(um) hundred + -ile3]
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Noun1.centile - (statistics) any of the 99 numbered points that divide an ordered set of scores into 100 parts each of which contains one-hundredth of the total
mark, score, grade - a number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance); "she made good marks in algebra"; "grade A milk"; "what was your score on your homework?"
statistics - a branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters
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The original PAWPER XL tape makes use of a visual assessment of habitus to assign a habitus score (HS) (HS1-HS7, with HS1 representing an underweight child, HS3 an average child and HS7 a severely obese child), with the predicted weights associated with each HS based on weight-for-length growth chart centiles (see Fig.
do not correspond to the maximum values during the stages, but they reach the maximum in terms of centiles.
Child also had h/o recurrent respiratory tract infections since birth although born full term with weight within normal centiles had so far shown poor weight.
Conclusion: We have constructed local reference centiles for fetal measurements and equations for dating of pregnancy for Southern Punjab.
No existen puntos de corte propuestos, sino que las puntuaciones directas que se obtienen se transforman en centiles en funcion del sexo y la edad.
The required centiles (C) were calculated using the following equation: C = M[(1 + [LSZ.
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Cowley's original suggested caseload sizes (adapted from Cowley, 2009) PCTs mapped to IMD Suggested ratio of scores whole-time equivalent (WTE) health visitors to children aged under five Most deprived 10% one to 100 70th to 90th centiles one to 150 40th to 70th centiles one to 300 Least deprived 30% one to 400
HOW IT'S WORKED OUT WHEN measuring an individual child's weight, status is defined using the UK90 clinical cut points which areas follows: Underweight: Below 2nd BMI centiles | Healthy weight: Between 2nd and |90th BMI centiles Overweight: Between 91st and 97th | BMI centiles Very overweight - doctors call this |clinically obese - at or above 98th BMI centiles To calculate where your child stands, go to chroniclelive.
5] Several studies comparing the use of population-based growth centiles with customised centiles for prediction of SGA or LGA fetuses and perinatal adverse outcomes have concluded that customised growth charts were better able to predict fetuses at risk of perinatal morbidity and mortality.
Table 1 lists the nonparametric centiles of distribution and pooled within-assay CVs for each immunoassay, and the immunoassays are compared in Table 2.