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scoring

[′skȯr·iŋ]
(engineering)
Scratching the surface of a material.
(geology)
The formation of parallel scratches, lines, or grooves in a bedrock surface by the abrasive action of rock fragments transported by a moving glacier.
A scratch, line, or groove produced by this process. Also known as score.
(materials)

Scoring

Partial cutting of concrete flat work for the control of shrinkage cracking; also used to denote the roughening of a slab to develop mechanical bond.
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* Males outnumbered females with 53.85% and 46.15% respectively after using scoring system and USG as diagnostic tool.
Comparison of risk scoring systems for patients presenting with upper gastrointestinal bleeding: international multicentre prospective study.
The APACHE scoring system was designed in general ICUs; this system has been the gold standard for years to assess disease severity and estimate hospital mortality.
Performance of the Rockall scoring system in predicting the need for intervention and outcomes in patients with nonvariceal upper gastrointestinal bleeding in a Brazilian setting: a prospective study.
The importance of the early warning scoring system is underscored by the high number of patients cared for at Hamad General Hospital's Intensive Care Unit, which receives upwards of 1,500 patients each year.
Portner said the scoring system could include factors such as an event's location and benefit to the community and an organization's finances and ability to carry out the event without city help.
Yokogawa et al., "A simple scoring system to assess the need for an endoscopic intervention in suspected upper gastrointestinal bleeding: a prospective cohort study," Digestive and Liver Disease, vol.
Although our scoring system achieved relatively superior results, NPV of AA was evidently high (10%) in patients whose symptom duration was less than 24 hours (Table 5).
A new scoring system used during the Olympic boxing competition in Rio de Janeiro also drew favourable reviews after replacing the previous system that generated outrage around the world.
"By instituting an automated lead scoring system to process all incoming leads, the company was able to improve the quality of its leads and improve the number of conversions to sales."
Accuscore is licensing the technology to Caruma to further the platform company's technology into various vehicles and its Caruma Cam device with the intention of creating the most accurate driver scoring system in the telematics arena.
The [r.sup.2] value indicates what proportion of the variability in outcome (ischemia time) is explained by the scoring system. Associations between clinical judgement or scoring systems and complications were determined using t-tests.