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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Those with higher fasting blood sugar levels within the normal range and below 6.
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 a 2002 meeting, the normal range for thyroid tests was dramatically narrowed.
Various biochemical parameters of the study groups at birth (n=498) Parameter with Preterm LBW (n=59) normal range Mean [+ or -] SD (Range) Total protein (9/dl) 4.
The court found credible evidence that the cell temperature was within the normal range, and that prison officials immediately responded to the prisoner's complaints by raising the thermostat, checking the heating system, insulating the window, providing extra blankets and a portable heater, and transferring the prisoner to another cell.
Plot your BMI by age on one of the charts below to find out if your body fat falls within a normal range.
The researchers found that birth weight status was significantly associated with IQ: Compared with controls, very-low-birth-weight individuals had half the odds of having an IQ in the normal range (85 or greater); they had 1.
The first step is to bring blood glucose levels within the normal range to prevent further nerve damage.
Tesco's Finest chocolate sponge costs a pound more than in their normal range and tasted "no different".
The exchange also said it will maintain an expanded price range of 120 yen for palladium futures in the rest of January, compared with the normal range of 80 yen.
At the beginning of the study, the women had blood cholesterol levels that were within the normal range.