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P143Targeting the mitochondrial fission proteins, MiD49 and MiD51, as a therapeutic strategy for cardioprotection

74 LOCKE to P E [Elinor Parry, later Mrs. Hawkshaw?],[mid-September 1659?] (72, 79)

P-158 Mid-term experience with a pre-shaped left ventricular pacing lead

P3270Cardiac catheterization after CABG with BIMA grafting: independent predictors and mid-term bypass viability

P2986Frailty and quality of life in heart failure patients with mid-range ejection fraction

P711Dilated cardiomyopathy with Mid-range ejection fraction at diagnosis: characterization and natural history

P5854Barostimulation for drug-resistant arterial hypertension: mid-term results in 40 patients

P3364What about mid-range heart failure? The role of right ventricular function and afterload

P610Frailty, co-morbidities and survival in heart failure patients with mid-range ejection fraction

P395Mid-term follow-up and anticoagulation management after left atrial appendage closure

P402Single center experience with the micra leadless pacemaker - mid-term follow-up

Maximum (Max) and Mid-P Confidence Intervals and p Values for the Standardized Mortality and Incidence Ratios

Oceanic crust in the mid-mantle beneath west-central Pacific subduction zones: evidence from S to P converted waveforms

80 Locke to P E [Elinor Parry, later Mrs. Hawkshaw?], [mid-October I659?] (79, 87)

89 LOCKE to P E[Elinor Parry, later Mrs. Hawkshaw?], [mid-December 1659?] (87, 112)

P670Predictive value of abdominal aortic calcification index for the mid-term cardiovascular events among patients with acute coronary syndrome

P3366Left vntricular diastolic function and prognosis in myocardial infarction with reduced, mid range and preserved ejection fraction


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With a continuous random variable, X, it is evident that the sum of the usual upper-tail probability, P(Xx), and the lower-tail probability, P(Xx), is 1. However, with a discrete random variable this sum is equal to 1+P(X=x). This suggests that, for example, the calculation of the upper-tail probability should then use mid-P, defined as .

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