Related to unitage: nonoperative


the process or action of uniting
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(ˈyu nɪ tɪdʒ)

specification of the amount making up a unit in a system of measurement.
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An international collaborative study was conducted to establish the respective standards, demonstrate suitability for use, evaluate potency, and assign an internationally agreed-upon unitage.
The data demonstrate that expressing the results as potencies relative to sample 1 (set as a standard with an assumed unitage of 5.39 [log.sub.10] units/mL) results in a marked improvement in the agreement between the majority of methods and laboratories, as evidenced by the reduction in SDs.
For practical purposes, the candidate IS was assigned a unitage of 250,000 International Units (IU)/mL; because the difference in the overall mean for the candidate Japanese national standard was negligible compared with the WHO preparation, the 2 materials were assigned the same value.
Leadership unitage, that is, the quantity of leadership within a particular unit of leadership, is significantly improved when all leaders in the institution are empowered to lead their respective unit - teamwork increases productivity (Spaulding & Eddy, 1996).
(b) Molar concentrations are based on the ampoule unitage provided by the National Institute for Biological Standards and Controls.
This common unitage falsely suggests that such "standardization" of hCG and its subunits has a common basis.