height gain

height gain

[′hīt ‚gān]
(electronics)
A radio-wave interference phenomenon which results in a more or less periodic signal strength variation with height; this specifically refers to interference between direct and surface-reflected waves; maxima or minima in these height-gain curves occur at those elevations at which the direct and reflected waves are exactly in phase or out of phase respectively.
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Starting somatropin at a younger age (mean 8 years) improved outcomes slightly, with a final height gain of 1.
Since Gota de Leche's monitoring procedures require a monthly observation of weight and height gain among the children of beneficiary mothers, Igorota has to work with the community health practitioners.
This may explain the lower withers height gain compared to that suggested by Hoffman (1997), which is between 1.
However, says Renuka, the height gain was not the main motive because the deformity was causing her extreme pain.
This stackable system also allows for adjustable height gain and shaft extension.
Monthly body height gain MSE###Monthly body length gain MSE###Monthly chest girth gain MSE
7km long course during The North Face Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc 2014, scaling a height gain of 9,796m in a great time of 38hours 59minutes to finish 17th in the Senior Female category.
The unit is capable of vertical height gain, made possible by the company's machine design.
In addition, weights and height taken before were compared with the ones taken after the intervention to estimate the weight gain and height gain.
But, when height gain was taken into account, the difference in exposed and unexposed cohort of children was not significant.
The findings highlight the importance of monitoring a baby's weight and height gain during the first few weeks and months, but not creating anxiety with parents of slow-growing babies who are well, as most of these babies will catch up to within the national average over time.