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BMI

(medicine)
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For patients undergoing aTSA, two of the five baseline preoperative ROM measurements were significantly worse for patients with greater than 35 BMI than for patients with less than 25 BMI, namely active forward flexion and IR.
A spokesman for Virgin Atlantic confirmed the airline was interested in BMI and warned against an IAG bid.
Burnside, a veteran of the transportation and distribution industry, was hired in November 1991 to turn around BMI.
This partnership with the BFX is in line with our commitment to providing our customers with unique opportunities that complement the bouquet of products and services that we offer," said BMI Bank chief executive officer Jamal Al Hazeem.
BMI is a young and growing bank with excellent customer and shareholder support and I look forward to building on the Bank's strengths as well as delivering on our commitment to provide customers with unique and innovative financial products and services.
Major Finding: BMI failed to detect obesity in 37% and falsely detected it in 5% in a study of 1,234 adults who had both BMI and DXA measurements.
The 28-day mortality among patients with a BMI of 29.
The BMI Latin Awards will also salute the Latin Song, Songwriter and Publisher of the Year.
Obese: In adults, a BMI greater than 30; in children, a BMI in the 95th or higher percentile for their age.
This audit was designed to assess the degree of accuracy between reported and measured BMI in our patient group.
BMI chairman Sir Michael Bishop was in hard-hitting form in Amsterdam last week when he hosted a series of events to mark the 20th anniversary of the airline's services to and from Heathrow.
Furthermore, researchers use body mass index--weight for a given height--to rate body fat, and BMI doesn't work so well in older people.