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Scale

Payment of different rates of interest on CDs of varying maturities. A bank is said to "post a scale." Commercial paper dealers also post scales.
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Scale

The range of prices at which an underwriter offers to place with investors a serial bond, where the individual bonds have different maturities.
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scale

The schedule of yields (or prices) at which a serial bond issue is offered to the public by the underwriter. The schedule reflects yields at the various maturities being offered. Also called offering scale. See also inverted scale, preliminary scale.
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scale

The relationship between measurements on a plan or map and the dimensions of the physical object represented.One inch might represent 10 feet or 10 miles.Topographic maps contain two scales,one for distance and one for change in elevation.

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Song et al., "Validity and sensitivity to change of the extended Glasgow Outcome Scale in mild to moderate traumatic brain injury," Journal of Neurotrauma, vol.
Disability after severe head injury: Observations on the use of the Glasgow Outcome Scale. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, 44, 285-293.
Finally the outcome of traumatic brain injury patients were assessed by extended Glasgow outcome scale. Mortality (1) was seen in 42% of patients, severe disability was seen in 8% of case, moderate disability (5-6) was seen in 22% and good recovery (7-8) was seen in 28% of patients in our study.
AIS-H = abbreviated injury score of the head region; CI = confidence interval; CPP = cerebral perfusion pressure; DI = diabetes insipidus; F = female; CCS = Glasgow Coma Scale; COS = Glasgow Outcome Scale; GOS-E = extended Glasgow Outcome Scale; HF = high fever; mild TBI = GCS of 13-15; HR = heart rate; HT = hypothermia; HTN = hypertension; ICP = intracranial pressure; IICP = increased intracranial pressure; LOS = length of stay; M = male; MAP = mean arterial pressure; MiF = mild fever; moderate TBI = GCS of 9-12; MoF = moderate fever; NT = normothermia; OR = odds ratio; SBIF = secondary brain injury factors; SBP = systolic blood pressure; severe TBI = GCS of 3-8; TBI = traumatic brain injury; temp = temperature; tx = treatment; WBC = white blood cell count.
In case of subarachnoid aneurysm hemorrhage (SAH), functional capacity is usually assessed using Rankin Scale (RS; Greebe, Rinkel, Hop, Visser-Meily, & Algra, 2010; Rankin, 1957), Functional Independence Measure (Kara, Yozbatiran, & Arda, 2007; Saciri & Kos, 2002), Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOS; Jennett & Bond, 1975; Koivisto et al., 2000), and Functional Status Examination (FSE; Dikmen, Machamer, Miller, Doctor, & Temkin, 2001; Kirkness et al., 2002) as well as Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOSE; Wilson, Pettigrew, & Yeasdale, 1998) and Kamofsky Performance Scale (Chiang, Claus, & Awad, 2000; Karnofsky, 1961).
Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOS; Jennett & Bond 1975; Kim et al., 2005), Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale (Kirkness et al., 2002; Wilson, Pettigrew, & Teasdale, 1998), Barthel Index (Kim et al., 2005; Mahoney & Barthel 1965), Kamofsky Performance Scale (Chiang, Claus, & Awad, 2000; Kamofsky, 1961), Rankin Scale (Greebe et al., 2010; Rankin, 1957), Functional Status Examination (Kirkness et al., 2002), Short Form-36 (Ware & Sherboume, 1992), and Sickness Impact Profile (Bergner, Bobbit, Carter, & Gilson, 1981) are the most common scales used for functional assessment of patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage, aneurysm, or angioma caused by ruptured aneurysm.
Although he did not use a specific measure of QOL, Alexander measured health and functioning by using the Glasgow Outcome Scale, open-ended questions, and physical and neurological examination.
These categories collectively are known as the Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOS; Jennett & Bond, 1975) and will be discussed further in the following sections of this paper.
Outcomes were assessed at 3 months using the Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOS) and Modified Rankin Scale (MRS).
Cognitive sequelae of severe head injury in relation to the Glasgow Outcome Scale. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 49, 549-553.
This article describes outcome at 3 months after aneurysmal SAH in 61 patients, using the Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOSE) and the Functional Status Examination (FSE).

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