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Synonyms for rate

Synonyms for rate

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

to acquire as a result of one's behavior or effort

to reprimand loudly or harshly

Synonyms for rate

a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit

a quantity or amount or measure considered as a proportion of another quantity or amount or measure

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be worthy of or have a certain rating

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estimate the value of

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One important overarching principle is that in FHR tracings with recurrent variable decelerations--as in other types of Category II tracings--the presence of FHR accelerations (either spontaneous or induced) or FHR variability that is good ("moderate" FHR variability) is significantly predictive of a fetus that is not acidemic.
The monitors reported at uniform sampling rates of 4 Hz for FHR (measured in beats per minute [bpm]) and 1 Hz for UP (measured in mmHg), which we up-sampled to 4 Hz by zero-insertion and low-pass filtering.
Therefore, while some reported results are from the execution of DOE test procedures, they are only relevant in relative comparison to experimental data from this project and are not directly comparable to First Hour Ratings (FHR) nor Energy Factors (EF) published elsewhere.
Range of FHR baseline and accelerations before and during exposure to electromagnetic waves of mobile phones.
Neither of the antibodies bound to the other FHRs detectable in serum.
Geschlechtseigenthmlichkeiten des sch@dels, Archiv fhr Anthropologie (1866) 1:120-127.
Allowing labor to progress in the pulse oximetry group--among women who normally would have undergone a cesarean section once a nonreassuring FHR was detected by conventional monitoring--probably unmasked cases of dystocia that otherwise would not have occurred, Dr.
The next year Devoe et al[15] noted that a pattern of rare or absent FHR accelerations was nearly always accompanied by recurrent late or variable decelerations.
(FHR), a nonprofit behavioral healthcare organization with services spanning seven states, today announced that the organizations have signed an affiliation agreement.
DURING DELIVERY, the labor and delivery nurses lost the fetal heart-rate (FHR) monitor tracing, resulting in their being unaware of increasing signs of fetal intolerance to labor.
The radar images above were acquired last week by the Tracking and Imaging Radar system (one of the world's most capable such systems operated by Germany's Fraunhofer FHR research institute at Wachtberg, near Bonn.
[3,4] With increasing gestational age, there is an increase in FHR. From 5 to 9 weeks of gestation, there is a rapid increase in the mean heart rate from 110/minute to 175/minute.
Among routine pregnancy examinations, assessment of fetal heart rate (FHR) is one the common examinations that are performed during pregnancy follow-up sessions.
Healthcare professionals recommend intrapartum fetal heart rate (FHR) monitor during labor for proper assessment of fetal wellbeing.