The interleukin-1 genotype as a severity factor
in adult periodontal disease.
The effect of time and temperature during pure water extraction on wood weight loss may be described by a single parameter, using either the equations of H-factor or Severity factor
After analyzing the prevalence and severity factors
, an insurer can derive the expected cost for each individual by summing the prevalence factors and multiplying the result by the severity factor
This allows calculation of a severity factor
, which gives an idea on the global damage of each storey.
The severity factor
is an indication of how the mission profile has affected the crack growth rates in the center wing lower surface panels .
The Yale researchers conclude that the severity factor
merits special attention in efforts to explain women's heightened mortality risk.
Two hundred forty-five cases were included in the perceived severity factor
analysis (Table 1).
In the case of Georgia high cost home loans, Fitch will assign a frequency and severity factor
to address the additional risk associated with the GFLA.
Previous studies found that these contextual factors were severity factors
such as lesion level, motor impairment, and bladder and bowel function (Greenley, Coakley, Holmbeck, Jandasek, & Wills, 2006; Hommeyer, Holmbeck, Wills, & Coers, 1999).
Different symptoms and severity factors
drive conditions, and as symptoms of flu-like symptoms, sore throats, coughs, earaches and fevers start to build, the degree of severity plays an important role.
were present (5), including leukopenia, airway bleeding, and multiorgan failure.
As part of the campaign, nurses at SHS were given specialised courses and workshops, which include definition, characteristics of the virus, symptoms, signs of the disease, mode of transmission, identification of infected cases, severity factors
in adults and children, precautions as well as treatment methods.