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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.
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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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Post-operative hypertension has been defined as a significant increase in BP immediately after surgery with a blood pressure of>140/90 mm Hg.
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During 1999-2006, the age-adjusted prevalence of hypertension among adults was similar in Los Angeles County (28.0%) and the United States (29-6%); however, during 2007-2014, the age-adjusted prevalence of hypertension among adults was lower in Los Angeles County (23-1%, 1.7 million adults), compared with the United States (29-6%).
Hypertension 2017 will delight the huge gathering with a cordial theme of "New insights in diagnosis and management for hypertension" and anticipates the presence of renowned speakers including doctors, professors, scientists, research fellows, students, business professionals and many more from leading universities, companies and medical research institutions, hospitals sharing their novel researches in the arena of Cardiology, Medicine and Healthcare
Hypertension is a primary contributor to premature death in the country, with 200,000 deaths every year due directly or indirectly to high blood pressure, according to the DOH.
Conclusion: University students have good knowledge regarding hypertension. Academic learning and newspapers being the common sources of information.
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