abnormal reading

abnormal reading

[ab′nȯr·məl ′rēd·iŋ]
(industrial engineering)
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All EKGs will be read by a physician, and free echocardiograms will be given to any student with an abnormal reading.
CBP officers utilized a density meter on vehicles floor and received an abnormal reading.
I then had an abnormal reading two years later and, although the biopsy was benign, I thought about having an elective double mastectomy to reduce the risk of cancer coming back.
In case of an abnormal reading, patients can make use of a special coupon to receive 50 per cent off on a doctor's consultation and 10 per cent off on other tests, including ultra sound and CT scans until the end of the Holy Month.
I was stopped from giving blood for about two years because one time I had an abnormal reading - I think I had a touch of the flu bug.
Another big challenge in device development is data registration: When a device records an abnormal reading, how does an operator know exactly where on the cervix the telltale signal originated?
Guy Verhofstadt, leader of the parliamentary group ALDE, this appointment is abnormal reading of the events of Brexit.
Mission managers at Florida's Kennedy Space Centre grounded the shuttle after a fuel tank sensor gave an abnormal reading, raising the possibility of engine failure during its nine-minute ascent to orbit.
The craft's six astronauts had put on their orange flight suits and were strapped in when a sensor in a hydrogen fuel tank gave an abnormal reading during fuelling.
If you get an abnormal reading and no tumor is present, you can monitor that area carefully with breast self exams, doctor's exams, and follow-up thermograms to catch any progressive changes.
Moreover, there is no sensible and widely accepted definition of what is a normal or abnormal reading.
A routine liver function test recorded a slightly abnormal reading but the following day there was a dramatic change in the results.