normal range


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normal range

[′nȯr·məl ′rānj]
(computer science)
An interval within which results are expected to fall during normal operations.
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A study of 94,533 men and 47,522 women aged 35-59 years of age researched the predictive value of normal range liver function tests.
Therefore the results of APT should be confirmed with GAT, particularly when the IOP exceeds the normal range for appropriate IOP measurement and appropriate diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma.
Take the normal range for the onset of expressive language, that is, when children say their first words.
To the Editor: There is a concern that no cognisance appears to be taken of age-related normal ranges in reporting the results of total prostate specific antigen (PSA) tests in South Africa.
After treatment with Methylprednisolone 350 mg, the platelets increased to normal range.
According to health experts, maintaining pH within the normal range is ideal for beneficial bacteria and for creating a hostile environment for the pathogenic bacteria that can cause odor, irritation and infection.
Wartofsky argued in favor of a lower normal range because of the way TSH levels are distributed among Americans.
Some of the babies including control babies had protein, albumin, calcium and iron below the normal range and mean albumin, calcium and iron levels were below the normal range in all the three subsets.
Equally, you could be very heavily muscled and have little body fat, but your BMI could be above the normal range.
My blood sugar level is in the normal range (105 to 110, 12 hours fasting), though it has been creeping up in the last few years.
Unlike thyroid hormone, the experimental drug had no effect on heart rate, and the volunteers' heart rhythms remained in the normal range, Baxter says.
According to the researchers, although there is normal variation in sex ratio within populations, the deviation in this case appears to be outside the normal range.