CN201790798U - Testing bed for neural lesion - Google Patents

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CN201790798U
CN201790798U CN2010205344120U CN201020534412U CN201790798U CN 201790798 U CN201790798 U CN 201790798U CN 2010205344120 U CN2010205344120 U CN 2010205344120U CN 201020534412 U CN201020534412 U CN 201020534412U CN 201790798 U CN201790798 U CN 201790798U
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The utility model relates to a testing bed for neural lesion, belonging to the technical field of medical instruments. The technical scheme is as follows: the testing bed comprises a bed board and bed legs, and is characterized in that a chute is arranged on the side surface of the bed board, a length measuring scale is arranged at the edge of the chute, a resting arm is arranged in the chute, a transverse telescopic arm is arranged on the resting arm, a width measuring scale is arranged on the surface of the transverse telescopic arm, and a touch sensation needle is arranged at the front end of the transverse telescopic arm. The testing bed for neural lesion has simple structure, and is simple and convenient for operation and time-saving and labor-saving when being used for testing the area of the neural lesion for patients, thus alleviating the working difficulty of the medical staff.

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Nerve injury detects bed
Technical field: this utility model belongs to the medical instruments technical field, is that a kind of nerve injury detects bed specifically.
Background technology: at present, it is that clinical Neurology Department doctor checks a kind of method that disease is the most frequently used that the nerve injury area detects, at present, the clinician uses the sense of touch needle stimulus, the reuse pen is marked, measure with dip stick then, operation very bothers, wastes time and energy like this, and the medical worker has increased great work difficulty.
Summary of the invention: the purpose of this utility model provides a kind of nerve injury easy and simple to handle, time saving and energy saving when carrying out the detection of nerve injury area to patient and detects bed.
The technical solution of the utility model is: comprise bed board and footpost, it is characterized in that being provided with chute in the bed board side that the chute edge is provided with the linear measure longimetry chi, be provided with resting arm in the chute, resting arm is provided with horizontal telescopic arm, and horizontal telescopic arm surface is provided with the width measure chi, and horizontal telescopic arm front end is provided with the sense of touch pin.
The beneficial effects of the utility model are: this utility model is simple in structure, and is easy and simple to handle, time saving and energy saving when carrying out the detection of nerve injury area to patient, alleviated medical worker's work difficulty.
Description of drawings: accompanying drawing 1 is a structural representation of the present utility model.
Among the figure 1, bed board, 2, footpost, 3, chute, 4, the linear measure longimetry chi, 5, resting arm, 6, horizontal telescopic arm, 7, the width measure chi, 8, the sense of touch pin.
The specific embodiment: comprise bed board 1 and footpost 2, it is characterized in that being provided with chute 3 in bed board 1 side, chute 3 edges are provided with linear measure longimetry chi 4, be provided with resting arm 5 in the chute 3, resting arm 5 is provided with horizontal telescopic arm 6, horizontal telescopic arm 6 surfaces are provided with width measure chi 7, and horizontal telescopic arm 6 front ends are provided with sense of touch pin 8.When carrying out the detection of nerve injury area to patient, with sense of touch pin 8 chafes, observation linear measure longimetry chi 4 and width measure chi 7 are measured and are got final product.

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1. nerve injury detects bed, comprise bed board (1) and footpost (2), it is characterized in that: be provided with chute (3) in bed board (1) side, chute (3) edge is provided with linear measure longimetry chi (4), be provided with resting arm (5) in the chute (3), resting arm (5) is provided with horizontal telescopic arm (6), and horizontal telescopic arm (6) surface is provided with width measure chi (7), and horizontal telescopic arm (6) front end is provided with sense of touch pin (8).
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CN104939834A (en) * 2015-07-13 2015-09-30 青岛大学附属医院 Method and instrument for measuring lengths of upper part and lower part of infant

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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CN104939834A (en) * 2015-07-13 2015-09-30 青岛大学附属医院 Method and instrument for measuring lengths of upper part and lower part of infant

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