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									DH470 DENTAL IMPLANTS FOR HYGIENISTS DUE DATE: December 1ST 2005 Submit assignment BY UPLOADING THIS COMPLETED WORD FILE ON THE COURSE WEBSITE: http://sitemaker.umich.edu/ImplantsForHygienists

Student’s Name Name of First Author Title of Assigned Article Journal Reference

Allison Damon Markus B. Hurzeler, DMD, PhD Reconstruction of the Severely Resorbed Maxilla With Dental Implants in the Augmented Maxillary Sinus: A 5-Year Clinical Investigation Int J of Oral Maxillofac Implants 1996; 11: 466-475.
Evaluating a Research Report

The evaluation form will list a series of questions about an article to which you must indicate a yes or no response. When appropriate, as you answer the questions, underline components in the research report that correspond to questions to which you have responded “Y”. In answering the questions, use the following code: Y = Yes N = No ? = Cannot tell (it cannot be determined from the information given) NA = Question not applicable X = Given your current level of competence, you are not in a position to make a judgment General Evaluation Criteria INTRODUCTION

Purpose
Are specific questions to be answered listed or specific hypotheses to be stated? Can you identify independent and dependent variable(s) and materials? METHOD

CODE
___Y__ __?___

Subjects

Are the size and major characteristics of the population studied described? Is the method of selecting a sample clearly described? Is the method of sample selection described one that is likely to result in a representative, unbiased sample?

__Y___ ___Y__ __Y___ __Y___ ___Y__ __Y___ __Y___

Data Collection
Are all the data collection instruments clearly described?

Research Design and Procedure

Is the design appropriate for the purposes of the study? Are procedures described in sufficient detail to permit them to be replicated by another researcher? RESULTS Are the results clearly presented?

DISCUSSION (CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS) Are the implications of the results to accurately discussed? EXAMPLE OF HOW TO FILL OUT THE QUESTION FORM (TO FOLLOW).

_Y____

Student’s Name Name of First Author Title of Assigned Article Journal Reference
Example

David Sarment LL Mark et al. Effect of the interleukin 1 genotype on monocyte IL 1ßxpression in subjects with adult periodontitis Journal of Periodontal Research Volume 35 Issue 3 Page 172 - June 2000

Article Question:
Question 1: A. B. C. D. E. ANSWER

LL Mark et al. Effect of the interleukin 1 genotype on monocyte IL 1ßxpression in subjects with adult periodontitis. Journal of Periodontal Research Volume 35 Issue 3 Page 172 - June 2000 An association has been reported between polymorphisms in the genes encoding IL 1 and IL 1 and an increased severity of periodontitis. The authors of the present study examined the association of …?
Periodontal pathogentic bacteria and monocytes from PST(+) and PST(-) individuals Periodontal pathogentic bacteria and neuthrophils from PST(+) and PST(-) individuals Periodontal pathogentic bacteria and neuthrophils in laboratory rats Periodontal pathogentic bacteria and monocytes from PST(+) and PST(-) individuals E. Coli and neuthrophils from PST(+) and PST(-) individuals A.

QUESTION FOR STUDENTS TO FILL OUT

Student’s Name Name of First Author Title of Assigned Article Journal Reference

Allison Damon Markus B. Hurzeler, et al. Reconstruction of the Severely Resorbed Maxilla With Dental Implants in the Augmented Maxillary Sinus: A 5-Year Clinical Investigation Int J of Oral Maxillofac Implants; 11:466-475.

Article Question:
Question 1: A. B. C. D. E. ANSWER

Markus B. Hurzeler et al. Reconstruction of the Severely Resorbed Maxilla With Dental Implants in the Augmented Maxillary Sinus: A 5-Year Clinical Investigation. Int J of Oral Maxillofac Implants, Volume 11, Number 4, page 466-475, 1996. The aim of the investigation in this article was to determine…
The long-term clinical outcome and predictability of the maxillary sinus augmentation procedure utilizing a variety of bone augmentation materials. The short-term clinical outcome and predictability of the maxillary sinus augmentation procedure utilizing a variety of bone augmentation materials. The long-term clinical outcome and predictability of the maxillary sinus augmentation procedure utilizing one type of bone augmentation material. The short-term clinical outcome and predictability of the maxillary sinus augmentation procedure utilizing one type of bone augmentation material. None of the above. A.

Article Question:
Question 2: A. B. C. D. E. ANSWER

Markus B. Hurzeler et al. Reconstruction of the Severely Resorbed Maxilla With Dental Implants in the Augmented Maxillary Sinus: A 5-Year Clinical Investigation. Int J of Oral Maxillofac Implants, Volume 11, Number 4, page 466-475, 1996. In this study, which augmentation materials were evaluated?
Xenograft alone, alloplast alone Xenograft-alloplast combination Alloplast mixed with autogenous bone from the iliac crest Alloplast mixed with autogenous bone from the chin All of the above. E.

Article Question:

Question 3: A. B. C. D. E. ANSWER

Markus B. Hurzeler et al. Reconstruction of the Severely Resorbed Maxilla With Dental Implants in the Augmented Maxillary Sinus: A 5-Year Clinical Investigation. Int J of Oral Maxillofac Implants, Volume 11, Number 4, page 466-475, 1996. All prostheses in the patients were removed every 6 months and certain clinical parameters were measured for each implant placed in the augmented sinus. These clinical parameters included all of those EXCEPT…
Implant mobility Clinical attachment level Gingival Index Plaque score All of the above were used as clinical parameters. D.

Article Question:

Markus B. Hurzeler et al. Reconstruction of the Severely Resorbed Maxilla

Question 4: A. B. C. D. E. ANSWER

With Dental Implants in the Augmented Maxillary Sinus: A 5-Year Clinical Investigation. Int J of Oral Maxillofac Implants, Volume 11, Number 4, page 466-475, 1996. At the time of this study, an implant was considered to be successful when..
The individual, unattached implant was immobile The radiograph did not show any evidence of peri-implant radiolucency. Bone loss was less than 1.5 mm during the first year and less than 0.2 mm per year. The individual implant exhibited a total absence of clinical signs and symptoms associated with failure (swelling, pain, infection). All of the above. E.

Article Question:
Question 5: A. B. C. D. E.

Markus B. Hurzeler et al. Reconstruction of the Severely Resorbed Maxilla With Dental Implants in the Augmented Maxillary Sinus: A 5-Year Clinical Investigation. Int J of Oral Maxillofac Implants, Volume 11, Number 4, page 466-475, 1996. In conclusion this present study…
Does not support the long-term clinical predictability of maxillary sinus augmentation procedures for the rehabilitation of the edentulous posterior maxilla with implant-supported prostheses. Supports the long-term clinical predictability of maxillary sinus augmentation procedures for the rehabilitation of the edentulous posterior maxilla with implant-supported prostheses. Supports the long-term clinical predictability of maxillary sinus augmentation procedures for the rehabilitation of the edentulous posterior mandible with implant-supported prostheses. Supports the long-term clinical predictability of maxillary sinus augmentation procedures for the rehabilitation of the edentulous posterior maxilla without implant-supported prostheses. None of the above.

Answer: B.


								
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