nonselected

nonselected

(ˌnɒnsɪˈlɛktɪd)
adj
formal not selected
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Growth rate and water consumption of broiler progeny from weight-selected versus nonselected parents under normal and high ambient temperatures.
However, not all correlated exposures selected by this property may be associated with the outcome, and those exposures dropped by either method may be causal agents, so it cannot be assumed that nonselected exposures are safe.
(10) In another 2 studies including a large and nonselected sample of patients who have had a dysphagic stroke, the rates of NGT placement failure were 2% and 5%.
[56] asserted that PN was an independent risk factor for central venous catheter-related infection in nonselected hospitalized adult patients.
When this happens, the number of observations for nonselected targets is reduced.
Prior to the data collection pretest was made on 60 households which accounted for 5% of the total sample size in nonselected districts.
Although four selected microscopists from each of these two sites had recently participated in the PARAMED training, the daily work in these two centers was also done by several nonselected microscopists.
Pretest was conducted on 44 respondents (5% of total sample size) before five days of data collection in Addis Ababa nonselected orphan centers, and necessary correction was taken after the pretest done on the questionnaires
Nonselected consecutive patients were recruited from two major specialized arrhythmia clinics in Toronto, ON, Canada.
The users aim to minimize their regret with respect to the nonselected routes [13, 14].