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interference-to-noise ratio

The ratio of interference in a circuit or line to the noise. A signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) deals with noise that comes from the inherent qualities of the electronic components or the atmosphere and is mostly a static measurement. In contrast, interference-to-noise ratio (INR) is more of a dynamic measurement, typically used to measure a particular disturbance present at a given moment. See signal-to-noise ratio.
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impact noise rating (INR)

A rating, expressed by a single number, which is a rough measure of the effectiveness of a floor construction in providing isolation against the noise of impacts; in general, the higher the number, the greater the effectiveness.
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Several providers offer INR self-testing (that is, they furnish FDA-cleared handheld meters and strips, receive test results from patients, and relay results to physicians), and the services are often covered by private insurance and Medicare.
[13] The calculation assumes a linear relationship (increase or decrease) between consecutive INR values to determine the proportion of time within the therapeutic range.
The primary aim of this study was to determine the knowledge of patients using warfarin concerning its use, and the effects of education on the safety of warfarin therapy on patients' knowledge levels and INR control.
The primary outcomes were the proportion of INR values in range, time in therapeutic range (TTR), proportion of INR out of range, and the number of patients with one or more out-of-range INR values.
In the 1990s, several reports raised concerns about the use of the INR for monitoring oral anticoagulation in patients with APS [summarized by Della Valla, (8)], showing that assays using recombinant thromboplastin are particularly sensitive to LA interference.
The chief of the INR Watch is its Current Intelligence Officer (CIO), Korey McLeod.
Invented by Kirkwood [21] in an effort to consistently record prothrombin ratios, the INR is the ratio of patient's prothrombin time (PT) divided by the mean normal PT raised to the power of the International Sensitivity Index (ISI).
In patients with elevated INRs, the treatment options are to stop warfarin therapy, administer oral or intravenous vitamin K, or administer intravenous fresh frozen plasma (FFP).
HEM 23290: The calculation of the INR is appropriately adjusted for every new lot of PT reagents, changes in types of reagent, or change in instrumentation (phase II).
The mean INR level before dicloxacillin exposure was 2.59, compared with 1.97 after dicloxacillin exposure (P <.001).
Point-of-care INR testing is similar to the way patients with diabetes test their blood sugar.
Export Value of Oral Care Products in India in INR Million