The general reduction in misclassification rates for the model-based cut point
analysis relative to the empirical cut point
analysis illustrates the influence of imprecisely estimated cut points
4 percent PTSD prevalence, a cut point
of 58 provided the peak kappa value (0.
Interaction terms were significant between cohort and HDL-C cut points
for both NCEP and NHANES, suggesting that the relationship between risk status in adolescents and the development of abnormal HDL-C concentrations as adults differed between cohorts.
Namely, if a cut point
does not occur on a vote, one can conclude that price discrimination must have been exercised.
Examining differences in cut point
versus quantile approaches to indicator construction, the RIIs were again similar (Table 4).
Davidson, who is not a member of the current Expert Committee although he served on it in the past, leans toward a cut point
Percentages of homes with allergen concentrations above the limit of detection, lower and upper cut point
were calculated and compared with questionnaire-reported cat and dog ownership and presence of cockroaches, respectively.
The cut point
is chosen so that 10% of screened women are referred to CA 125 indicated ultrasound annually.
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1c] cut point
for diagnosing diabetes, but the value has not yet been finalized.
Prostate cancer screening that uses a cut point
lower than 4 mcg/L to define an abnormal PSA level would detect more cases of cancer, but it is unknown what proportion of the cases that would be detected with the lower cut point
would ever become clinically apparent, according to the panel.