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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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Of all sites, Nouna showed the strongest association between YLL and temperature at the 95th percentile (42[degrees]C: 90 YLL; 95% CI: 42, 139) (Table 2).
While previous treatment recommendations used a treatment target of a systolic and diastolic BP below the 95th percentile in children without chronic kidney disease, new evidence prompted a revised recommendation of a target either below the 90th percentile or less than 130/80 mm Hg.
Obesity was defined as BMI in the 95th percentile or higher.
The lifespan increase for people at the 95th percentile was 1.
Hypertension was defined as average SBP or DBP greater than or equal to 95th percentile for gender, age and height on at least three separate occasions.
A large metro with a 1 log point larger increase in density from the 50th to 95th percentile is expected to have a 0.
Therefore, definitions of hypercalciuria should be made after calcium excretion is specified for different countries and areas considering the 95th percentile values as limit values (5, 9-11).
The DNBI 95th percentile admission rates were provided by the SAC to the Center for Army Analysis for DNBI modeling and force structure planning in the Total Army Analysis 2011 process (TAA 11).
We measure the risk that end-of-period wealth falls short of the target liability using both the standard deviation and 95th percentile.
These cases could be seen as what are traditionally known as a 5th percentile female, 50th percentile male and a 95th percentile male based on the BMI of each of these cases.
Students with a BMI between the 85th and 95th percentiles for age and gender were considered overweight, and students whose BMI exceeded the 95th percentile for age and gender were considered obese according to CDC guidelines (CDC, 2011b).
Tables 2 and 3 show the proportion of boys and girls who consumed different foods and the median and the 95th percentile intake value for only those children who consumed the food.
9), overweight is considered 85th to less than 95th percentile (BMI 25.
In each case the values within the 95th percentile (ie in the top 5% of values) have been considered to be potentially anomalous.