Quarter-to-Date

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Quarter-to-Date

A term used to describe any information for the current quarter up to the current date. For example, if the quarter goes from January 1 to March 31 and today's date is February 5, any QTD statement includes information from January 1 to February 5.
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The measurements such as corrected QT interval (QTc), QTc dispersion (QTcd) and QT dispersion (QTd) in the surface ECG reveal the heterogeneity of cardiac repolarization.
The mean value of QTd in the first ECG in children with KD was 43.89 [+ or -] 14.529 msec when compared to 29.47 [+ or -] 8.637 msec in the control group.
And these new jobs and new salaries can create other jobs and other salaries and more customers and more growth for an expanding American economy" (qtd. on p.
A few days after my dream, a friend hands me a copy of Clarice Lispector's Agua Viva--the book that Cixous claimed to be the best example of feminine writing she had ever read (qtd in Conley, Reading vii)--a woman who opened her mouth and streams of life came swimming out.
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QTd (m secs)###12.1 6.5###20.2 8.4###40.4 9.5###p=0.0001**###p=0.0001**
QTd and JTd were defined as the difference between the longest and shortest QT and JT intervals; rate correction was performed with the Bazett's formula.
[...] [H]e wanted to see the trial and we gave him a circus and we said: "The trial is a circus." (qtd. in Bush 54)
foul and filthy men without accomplishments or virtues, [because of] the system they are subject to" (qtd. 4).
The aim of this pilot study was to evaluate whether the arrhythmia risk markers such as P-wave dispersion (Pd), QT dispersion (QTd) are reduced in patients with GS compared with healthy subjects.
Could Levy have but made this critical distinction clear, we would have been all ears, for her book is gripping when cataloguing the formally chaotic material that it describes variously, but consistently, as "mongrel forms" (14), "eccentrically organized assortments" (83), "that hybrid form, part work of art, part scholarly research, part packrat's trash, that Cornell called a 'dossier'" (103), that which Moore called "the anthology" (9), and what Ashberv, in referring to his own Vermont Notebook, called a "kind of messy grab bag" (qtd. in Levy 196).