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marker rate

marker rate

Heart rate: from risk marker to risk factor

Heart rate and arrhythmic risk: old markers never die

Commentary: Heart rate and blood pressure: risk factors or risk markers?

High resting heart rate: a cardiovascular risk factor or a marker of risk?

Associations of Heart Rate With Inflammatory Markers Are Modulated by Gender and Obesity in Older Adults

Erythrocyte sedimentation rate: is it a useful risk marker for coronary heart disease?

P2075Late diastolic longitudinal strain rate: a powerful easy marker for non viable myocardium

Association of cholesterol and lifestyle markers with type 1 diabetes incidence rates at a population level

P1427Right atrial strain and strain rate as sensitive marker to diagnose pulmonary hypertension

P-081Serum tumor markers as predictors of overall response rate and clinical benefit in patients with advanced esophagogastric adenocarcinoma (EGA) treated with chemotherapy

Effect of Pollination Timing on the Rate of Apomictic Reproduction Revealed by RAPD Markers in Paspalum notatum

P-345Temporary stoma rates as a marker of quality in rectal cancer surgery in a high volume UK hospital

The compensatory pause (CP) of atrial fibrillation (AF): A marker for ventricular rate stabilisation (VRS) in patients (PTS) with chronic af (CAF)

Heart rate variability is a trait marker of major depressive disorder: evidence from the sertraline vs. electric current therapy to treat depression clinical study

Anti-apolipoprotein A-1 IgG as an independent cardiovascular prognostic marker affecting basal heart rate in myocardial infarction

Analysis of potential predictors of depression among coronary heart disease risk factors including heart rate variability, markers of inflammation, and endothelial function

Linkage Between Markers in the Vicinity of the Uncoupling Protein 2 Gene and Resting Metabolic Rate in Humans


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The base interest rate defined in the loan agreement, to which the spread is added in order to establish the interest rate payable on a variable-rate loan.

Subjects: Accounting.

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