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exposure index

[ik′spō·zhər ‚in‚deks]
(graphic arts)
A numerical speed rating of a photosensitive material.
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Identification of a threshold for biomass exposure index for chronic bronchitis in rural women of Mysore district, Karnataka, India.
(2011) reported a significant trend for tertiles of average exposure intensity (HR = 3.86; 95% CI: 0.47, 31.9 and HR = 7.20; 95% CI: 0.91, 56.7 for the second and third tertiles compared with the first tertile, respectively, trend p-value 0.02), but this analysis was based on only 25 cases (1 case in the lowest tertile), and they found no association with the cumulative exposure index to asbestos (Clin et al.
The Kruskal-Wallis test or Wilcoxon rank sum test were used to compare distributions of exposure index according to the general characteristics of the study subjects.
The exposure index is twice as high as the fastest Kodak film stock, and you can get away with murder.
Among their topics are tools for implementing the coastal and marine ecological classification standard, a GIS tool to compute a pollutant exposure index for the southern California Bight, extending the Esri geoportal server to meet the needs of the West Coast Ocean Data Network and inform regional ocean management, linking landscape condition impacts to coral reef ecosystem composition for the east end of Saint Croix, approaches to visualizing complex ocean data using worldwide telescope, near real-time oceanic glider mission viewers, and modeling and mapping coastal ecosystem services to support climate adaptation planning.
1) The exposure index measures the likelihood that a black student will interact with white students, as measured by the average percentage of black children's schoolmates who are white.
We operationalized exposure to neighborhood poverty using the neighborhood poverty exposure index (Massey and Fischer 2000).
A third of all countries are categorized as extreme or high risk in Maplecroft's 2014 Global Risks Exposure Index, more than half of which are located in Sub-Saharan Africa.
ACGIH recommended a biological exposure index (BEI) of total mercury in urine >20 [micro]g/g creatinine [14].
To investigate the relationship between growth and pesticide exposure using various quantitative indices of environmental pesticide exposure instead of the dichotomous exposure index used in the earlier study.
It looks at the NIOSH Lifting Equation, the Lifting Index, the Variable Lifting Index, and the CLI Exposure Index. A short section at the end looks at medical pathologies caused by lifting, their risks, outcomes, and how to measure them.