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Aging

The process of investigating a company's accounts receivable according to how long individual invoices have been outstanding. Analysts can use aging to identify bad debt and/or problems with the company's credit policy.

aging

A technique for evaluating the composition of a firm's accounts receivables to determine whether irregularities exist. It is carried out by grouping a firm's accounts receivables according to the length of time accounts have been outstanding. For example, a financial analyst may use aging to determine whether a firm carries many overdue debtors that may never pay their bills.
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9 reported the prevalence of hypertension in Asia, to be 15-35% in urban adult populations, whereas; the rural population is 2-3 times less effected than the urban population.
About the classification of the hypertension, he said that it is classified as either essential or secondary.
He informed that hypertension is the disease which is the source of heart attack or stroke with highest risk as compared to other diseases.
For more details on Hypertension 2017, please visit: http://hypertension.
The screening project is a DOH initiative in cooperation with the International Society of Hypertension and the World Hypertension League, the Philippine Society of Hypertension and the Philippine Heart Association.
Age group distribution of the respondents regarding knowledge about hypertension is given in the table 2.
To improve hypertension control, MedStar implemented a systemwide EHR prompt with suggested guidelines recommending default blood pressure goals, which took into account comorbid conditions, (e.
He stated that after the age of fifty-five, there is 90% chance of developing hypertension and beyond the age of sixty, most people suffer from high blood pressure.
Basic information about hypertension, according to Seventh Joint National Committee (JNC-7)
Conclusion: This study shows that increased prevalence of hypertension in adolescents is due to various factors such as higher BMI, dietary habits, and positive family history.
The diagnosis and classification of HTN was done according to the JNC-VII report on Hypertension.
The most common indication for performing ABPM, as recommended by all international guidelines, is to identify patients with white coat phenomenon (white coat hypertension or white coat effect).