BRPI1001200A2 - tubular apparatus for sanitizing body orifices - Google Patents

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BRPI1001200A2
BRPI1001200A2 BRPI1001200A BRPI1001200A2 BR PI1001200 A2 BRPI1001200 A2 BR PI1001200A2 BR PI1001200 A BRPI1001200 A BR PI1001200A BR PI1001200 A2 BRPI1001200 A2 BR PI1001200A2
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Sandra Regina Bulcao Palmeira
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Sandra Regina Bulcao Palmeira
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61FFILTERS IMPLANTABLE INTO BLOOD VESSELS; PROSTHESES; DEVICES PROVIDING PATENCY TO, OR PREVENTING COLLAPSING OF, TUBULAR STRUCTURES OF THE BODY, e.g. STENTS; ORTHOPAEDIC, NURSING OR CONTRACEPTIVE DEVICES; FOMENTATION; TREATMENT OR PROTECTION OF EYES OR EARS; BANDAGES, DRESSINGS OR ABSORBENT PADS; FIRST-AID KITS
    • A61F11/00Methods or devices for treatment of the ears, e.g. surgical; Protective devices for the ears, carried on the body or in the hand; Non-electric hearing aids
    • A61F11/006Ear cleaners, e.g. curettes

Abstract

TUBULAR APPLIANCE FOR HYGIENIZING BODY HOLES. This object refers to a tubular device for medicines, antiseptics, anti-inflammatories and the like, in a cylindrical shape, which has a small thin plastic and similar rod attached to its lid, with one of its slightly porous ends for cleaning. the holes in the body where earrings and piercings are placed. The cover has a thread system to be attached to the device.

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"TUBULAR APPARATUS FOR HYGIENIZATION OF BODY HOLES".

This article refers to a cylindrical shaped tubular apparatus for medicines, antiseptics, anti-inflammatories and the like, which has a small thin plastic rod and the like attached to it, with one end slightly porous for sanitization. holes in the body where earrings and piercings are placed. The cover has a screw system to be fitted to the device.

This object is intended to facilitate the cleaning of ear and body holes where earrings, piercings and the like are introduced. There is no product on the market that meets this need of the user, who ends up using other objects - which may be contaminated by bacteria - to clean the ear holes, such as sticks, needles and so on. When in contact with an antiseptic, anti-inflammatory or the like, the object can perfectly clean the holes, avoiding common problems such as inflammation, infection and unpleasant odors.

Nowadays it is common for people to have more than one hole in each ear as well as other holes in other parts of the body for piercing. To prevent these holes from igniting or infecting, constant cleaning is required. However, we do not observe any type of object or tool in the market that helps the user to sanitize such holes, as they are very small and require special care.

For lack of choice, users end up using sticks, needles and even their own earrings, which are usually infested with bacteria, which can contribute to further inflammation. Thinking about such inconveniences, the object in question was developed, combining practicality, efficiency, hygiene, safety and great industrial feasibility.

The object in question can be adapted to the pots of medicines, antiseptics, anti-inflammatories and the like already used today.

The object consists of a tubular apparatus developed in glass, plastic and the like, having a cylindrical shape; its lid has a screw system that fits the bottle, so that it is closed without danger of leakage; A small thin rod, developed in plastic and similar, with one of its slightly porous ends, is fixed to the lid for the user to use it to clean and clean the body holes intended for the use of earrings, piercings and the like, especially in the ears.

For a perfect visualization and understanding of the "TUBULAR BODY HOLDER HYGIENIZATION", follow the illustrative drawings, where:

Fig. 1 - Presents a perspective view of the object in question closed;

Fig. 2 - Presents a perspective view of the open object in question.

According to the illustration and its details, the "BODY HOLDER TUBULAR APPARATUS" is characterized by a tubular apparatus (1) for antiseptics, medicines, anti-inflammatories and the like (2) having a cylindrical shape (3); A thin plastic rod and the like (5) are fixed to its lid (4) with one of its slightly porous ends (6) for cleaning the holes in the body. The tubular apparatus (1) has recesses (7) so that the cap (4) with screw system (8) fits and closes the apparatus (1), avoiding contents leakage.

Because of its advantages and because of its truly innovative features, the "BODY HOLDER TUBULAR APPLIANCE" meets the conditions necessary to merit the Patent of Invention.

Claims (2)

1.) "TUBULAR BODY HOLDER" is characterized by a tubular apparatus (1) for antiseptics, medicines, anti-inflammatories and the like (2) having a cylindrical shape (3); A thin plastic rod and the like (5) are fixed to its cap (4) with one of its slightly porous ends (6).
2.) "TUBULAR BODY HOLDER" according to claim 1, characterized in that the tubular apparatus (1) has recesses (7) so that the cap (4) with screw system (8) fits and closes the pipe. appliance (1).
BRPI1001200 2010-04-19 2010-04-19 tubular apparatus for sanitizing body orifices BRPI1001200A2 (en)

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BRPI1001200 BRPI1001200A2 (en) 2010-04-19 2010-04-19 tubular apparatus for sanitizing body orifices
PCT/BR2011/000093 WO2011130811A1 (en) 2010-04-19 2011-04-05 Tubular appliances for cleaning body orifices

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US3890204A (en) * 1974-09-26 1975-06-17 Marion Health And Safety Inc Culture collecting package
FR2745272B1 (en) * 1996-02-28 1998-04-24 Oreal A packaging and application and charging element for such a device
US6589196B1 (en) * 2001-04-12 2003-07-08 Mordena P. Sephus Cleaning kit for old pierced holes in a person's body
BRMU8403207U (en) * 2004-12-23 2005-05-10 Daniel Benzecry De Almeida Cotton swab in antiseptic solution wrapped in metallized aseptic sachet

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B06F Objections, documents and/or translations needed after an examination request according art. 34 industrial property law
B06U Preliminary requirement: requests with searches performed by other patent offices: suspension of the patent application procedure
B11B Dismissal acc. art. 36, par 1 of ipl - no reply within 90 days to fullfil the necessary requirements