Wayne Jensen

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Efforts to increase community members' involvement in research may create novel ethical challenges. We describe an ongoing randomized trial of a peer-delivered intervention to encourage hypertension self-management. Community members serving as peer leaders participate in subject recruitment, the informed consent process, and intervention. We describe our(More)
Routine inspection and maintenance records are essential for bridges to function well throughout their intended lifespan. Although existing bridge management systems are efficient at data storage, it is difficult to conduct comprehensive data analysis and management due to the lack of data integration mechanism. Engineers have to manually put many pieces of(More)
The class III jaw relations patient possesses challenging changes in occlusal patterns. The interocclusal distance, envelope of motion, chewing stroke, tooth-to-tooth relations, and the determinants of occlusion vary from the criteria established for the class I or class II occlusions. The lack of anterior guidance and the added width and length of the(More)
Each patient with a small mandible presents an occlusal pattern that differs from most of the criteria established for a class I occlusion. The components of a class II occlusion are unlike other occlusions. The anterior teeth do not provide the protection and guidance normally provided by horizontal and vertical overlap. The posterior teeth bear the full(More)
Comparative jaw size and the loss of function of the anterior determinants dictates establishing alternate types of occlusion. The chewing envelope and protrusive disocclusion are generally established by functioning anterior teeth. Dramatic changes in tooth morphology are dictated when the anterior teeth do not function. Bilateral balanced occlusion(More)
Comparative jaw size should be investigated as fifth factor and determinant of occlusion. It has a direct effect on each component of occlusion. The loss of function of the anterior teeth generates profound changes in used to show stable tooth-to-tooth relationships. These stable occlusion have been observed often and are functioning well in individual(More)
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