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right_abi under Blood Pressure in HCHS
Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) is the average ankle to arm systolic pressures as measured from the left and right sides. The higher of the two ankle measures on the same side is divided by the higher of the two systolic arm pressures to derive the right and left side ABI values.
right_abigrp_c4 under Blood Pressure in HCHS
This variable groups left and right ABI into 4 categories.
abi_overall under Blood Pressure in HCHS
Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) is the average ankle to arm systolic pressures as measured from the left and right sides. The higher of the two ankle measures on the same side is divided by the higher of the two systolic arm pressures to derive the right and left side ABI values. The overall ABI is the mean of those two measurements.
left_abi under Blood Pressure in HCHS
Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) is the average ankle to arm systolic pressures as measured from the left and right sides. The higher of the two ankle measures on the same side is divided by the higher of the two systolic arm pressures to derive the right and left side ABI values.
norlmslp under Polysomnography/Events in CFS
Number of right limb movements per hour of sleep
Reply by kisoongjang on November 22, 2014 on Forum
... (Fp1, Fp2, Fpz as right lag). After I get ... Even ear lobe as right lag, get the same ...
Reply by remomueller on January 11, 2018 on Forum
... 3 = LR (Lateral Right) 4 = PL (Prone ... 5 = PR (Prone Right) 6 = U (Upright) ...
Reply by stephaniemarvin on January 12, 2018 on Forum
... = -0.3 LR (Lateral Right) = -0.2 PL(Prone Left) = -0.1 PR(Prone Right) = 0 U (Upright) ...
Reply by sara22 on January 12, 2018 on Forum
... = -0.3 LR (Lateral Right) = -0.2 PL(Prone Left) = -0.1 PR(Prone Right) = 0 U (Upright) ...
qrsrandl under Measurements/Electrocardiogram in HEARTBEAT
QRS complex wider than .12 seconds