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Base Line

Survey line used in the government survey to establish township lines. Horizontal elevation line used as a centerline in a highway survey.

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Liu, "3-D baseline error estimation method for distributed small satellites," Journal of Xidian University, Vol.
Subjects in BLOOM-2 who were treated with LibiGel demonstrated an increase of 1.0 day with a satisfying sexual event compared to baseline, while those receiving placebo gel showed an increase of 1.28 days with a satisfying sexual event compared to baseline, resulting in a p value of 0.214.
Formed in 2018, Baseline seeks to provide investors with attractive returns by investing with a unique strategy focused on businesses with a hardware component to their offering.
The variation in tensile properties with distance from the chill is more significant for the baseline alloy, and other mitigating factors might be contributing to the lower properties than just greater porosity.
The new study analyzed outcome according to four baseline SBP categories: 120/129, 130/139, 140/149, and 150/159 mm Hg.
Low baseline sST2 group was defined as baseline sST2 ≤56 ng/ml; high baseline sST2 group was defined as baseline sST2 >56 ng/ml.
"Lixisenatide reduces progression of UACR in macroalbuminuric patients, and is associated with a lower risk of new-onset macroalbuminuria after adjustment for baseline and on-trial HbA1c and other traditional renal risk factors," the authors write.
Baseline was entered as a 0 s context duration for statistical analyses.
Continuous variables comparison of baseline period among the three groups was analyzed with the analysis of variance (ANOVA).
In contrast, resolution of NAFLD was associated with weight loss (OR per 1 kg, 0.9; P less than .001) and lower baseline NAFLD Activity Score (OR, 0.7; P = .04).
In multivariable-adjusted analyses, no significant associations were observed among baseline multivitamin users compared with non-users for the risk of major CVD events (HR: 0.94; 95% CI: 0.84, 1.05), whereas a self-reported duration of >20 years at baseline was associated with lower risk (HR: 0.56; 95% CI: 0.35, 0.90; P-trend = 0.05).
A further sensitivity analysis across every decile in baseline LVESV between 70 ml and 120 ml confirmed the findings seen in the stratification using a LVESV greater than 100 ml.