exposure rate

exposure rate

[ik′spō·zhər ‚rāt]
(medicine)
Exposure dose per unit time.
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Customers can choose from a fully automated, fully hybrid, or fully manual checking approach, depending on whether speed of onboarding is more important or fraud exposure rate. Onfido also aims to establish its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform as the identity verification technology of choice across industries.
It was found that the overall mean PM 2.5 value for the visited venues was 846 ug/m3.23 This finding correlates with high exposure rate found in our study.
2013); and c) the model derived from a German miner cohort having low radon exposures rates, characterized by a mean cumulative exposure of 17 WLM, mean individual average radon exposure rate of 0.2 WL, and mean duration of employment of 10 y (Kreuzer et al.
From 2012 to 2015, there was an increase in the annual exposure rate per 100,000 children, from 0.7 to 10.4; there was a subsequent decrease to 8.3 in 2016.
To calculate the professional counselor's current exposure rate to client trauma, a percentage was computed by dividing the total number of clients with a history of trauma by the total number of clients on a counselor's current caseload.
The overall calculated exposure rate was 12%, with a range of 3.2% to 20.8%.
The image quality is objectively measured by changing the exposure rate [B.sub.D]/[B.sub.W] and PR based on peak-signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR) criteria.
For the ovarian cancer cases, though, the talc has to be used to aid in feminine hygiene, so the exposure rate is much smaller than that for a potential asbestos talc claim.
iPLEDGE, with a 2.67 rate of fetal exposure over 1,000 treatment courses, was no more effective than its predecessor, SMART, with a 3.11 exposure rate.
While the majority of them are not being dangerously exposed to radiation, there are some locations where it would be helpful to know just what the exposure rate is.
We hypothesized that the interaction of season and cover type would influence the exposure rate of water birds, especially the interaction of a 1 x 1 cover in the spring trapping season due to the fact that the 1 x 1 float covering has a similar appearance to nesting structures used in North Dakota.
eques toxicity test also occurred between the untreated control and the highest exposure rate (3.0 mg [L.sup.-1] ethanol), in all assessments.