reference range


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reference range

[′ref·rəns ‚rānj]
(engineering)
Range obtained from the radar coverage indicator for a given penetrating aircraft.
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For transgender men, another study on 17 people found increases in the haemoglobin and haematocrit into the male reference range (18).
TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) assessment should be based on population based trimester specific reference ranges, calculated from data of healthy pregnant women without h/o thyroid disease, with optimal iodine intake, and negative TPO Ab (thyroid peroxidase antibody) status.
TC outside and CC inside reference range (discordance).
Present study was designed and conducted to find out the reference range for ALT for young healthy individuals of our population and to its relation with BMI and age.
PE LD: >2/3 of the upper limit of serum LD reference range
values in males and females respectively were wipin pe reference range and 427 (91%) 93 (80%) males and females respectively had values pat were outside reference range (Table 2).
Establishment of reference range for lipid profile in healthy new born, infant and low birth weight new born in Indian population.
KEY WORDS: Atomic absorption spectrometery IFCC Reference range Serum zinc.
As an alternative, we investigated only those samples with a platelet count within the laboratory's reference range (150-400 X [10.
NEW ORLEANS - Most clinical laboratories use an overly broad, out-of-date normal reference range for thyroid-stimulating hormone values in patients with hypothyroidism who are on thyroid hormone replacement therapy.
A separate, nonlinear analysis of 11 studies, which utilized approximately 11 ng/mL 25-hydroxyvitamin D as the reference range, found reductions of 14%, 23%, and 31% in association with increases of 5, 10, and 20 ng/mL above this level.