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(statistics) any of the 99 numbered points that divide an ordered set of scores into 100 parts each of which contains one-hundredth of the total

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Pregnancy complications that excluded patients from the study were pre-eclampsia, diabetes, pregnancy-induced hypertension, suspected intrauterine growth restriction, and umbilical artery Doppler resistance index [greater than or equal to] 95th centile.
Structure centile distribution of hemodynamic parameters attests to the increased vegetative status of children and adolescents, residencing in areas with environmental relative prosperity, as well as in settlements with critical ecological situation (Table 3).
Table 1 lists the nonparametric centiles of distribution and pooled within-assay CVs for each immunoassay, and the immunoassays are compared in Table 2.
Only one in 10 children will be lower than three centiles and need treatment.
The 42 children with multiple-drug poisonings had a median stay in hospital of 2 days (90th centile 8.
SIGN (Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network) guidelines define overweight as a BMI above the 91st centile and obesity as a BMI above the 98th centile on the UK 1990 charts.
BMI data by birth cohort from 1882 to 1986, breaking each cohort into 10 centile groups (lightest 10 percent, next-lightest, and so on up to the heaviest 10 percent).
Patton-Inalp Networks AG -- creator of SmartNode(TM) industry-leading VoIP gateways-- together with Centile -- creator of IntraSwitch(c) VoIP application software -- announced they are working together to provide integrated unified communications (UC) solutions for large enterprises.
Appendices include alcoholism questionnaires, BMI Centile charts, a "mini" mental state examination and the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale Questionnaire.
Plant-level hourly wage dispersion, 1987 and 1997 1987 hourly wages Industry 10th 90th per- Median per- centile centile All manufacturing $8.
To these criteria we added age less than three years, weight less than the third centile, a specific syndrome liable to be associated with postoperative airway obstruction and a component of central apnoea greater than 30%.
Finally, we present figures on the salaries of two groups of workers: salaried workers in the top income centile and low-waged salaried workers as defined by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), i.
The first centile is the lowest body mass index and the 100th centile is the highest one.
These new partners include the aforementioned Exit Games, Mofinity, Protel and RadiSys, as well as Bridgewater Systems, Centile, Convergin, NGC Systems, Telenity and Vantrix.
They suggest that for some key nutrients, intake levels should be at the 90th centile of the 1995 national nutrition survey (Australia) and the 1999 national survey (New Zealand).