CN209790067U - Aerosol collecting system of dental comprehensive treatment table - Google Patents

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CN209790067U
CN209790067U CN201821446604.9U CN201821446604U CN209790067U CN 209790067 U CN209790067 U CN 209790067U CN 201821446604 U CN201821446604 U CN 201821446604U CN 209790067 U CN209790067 U CN 209790067U
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The utility model discloses a dentistry comprehensive treatment platform aerial fog collecting system, including two or more aerial fog collecting unit, every aerial fog collecting unit is linked together through lateral conduit and multi-way joint respectively, the export that multi-way joint passes through the trunk line and is linked together with the vacuum negative pressure pump the intercommunication is provided with the dirt jar on the trunk line. The utility model has the advantages of simple structure, convenient operation, excellent in use effect. When a doctor operates appliances such as a dental handpiece or a three-purpose gun to treat a patient in the oral cavity, when the doctor steps on a foot switch, an electromagnetic valve or a pneumatic control air valve on a main pipeline is synchronously opened, a plurality of aerial fog collecting units synchronously suck air, aerial fog and spray which are generated by treatment and have pathogenic microorganisms can be sucked into a dirt tank, and the probability of cross infection of medical workers is greatly reduced.

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Aerosol collecting system of dental comprehensive treatment table
Technical Field
The utility model relates to an oral cavity comprehensive treatment platform especially relates to a dental department comprehensive treatment platform aerial fog collecting system.
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When a doctor uses a dental handpiece to treat a patient at a dental oral comprehensive treatment table, aerial fog and spray with pathogenic microorganisms generated by high-speed rotary cutting of the handpiece can enter the surrounding air, so that the space within 3 meters around is polluted, and cross infection is easily caused to the doctor or nurse. The structure of the existing dental oral comprehensive treatment table does not have any collection measures for aerial fog and spray, medical workers can only block the inhalation of the spray by wearing a mask, the effect is poor, and the cross infection rate is high.
Disclosure of Invention
An object of the utility model is to provide a can be with aerial fog and the droplet real-time collection that produces during the treatment, avoid medical personnel cross infection's dentistry integrated treatment platform aerial fog collecting system.
In order to achieve the above purpose, the utility model can adopt the following technical proposal:
Dentistry comprehensive treatment platform aerial fog collection system, including two or more aerial fog collection units, every aerial fog collection unit is linked together through lateral conduit and multi-way joint respectively, the export that multi-way joint passes through the trunk line and is linked together with vacuum negative pressure pump the intercommunication is provided with the dirt jar on the trunk line.
The aerial fog collection unit is including setting up the first aerial fog collection unit and the second aerial fog collection unit of setting in the odontoscope department in dental handpiece department, first aerial fog collection unit and second aerial fog collection unit respectively through first, second branch pipeline with the multi-way joint is linked together, the export of multi-way joint is linked together through trunk line and vacuum negative pressure pump the intercommunication is provided with the dirt jar on the trunk line.
The aerosol collecting unit also comprises a third aerosol collecting unit arranged at the headrest, a fourth aerosol collecting unit arranged above the seat and a fifth aerosol collecting unit arranged at the oral lamp; the third, fourth and fifth aerial fog collecting units are respectively communicated with the multi-way joint through third, fourth and fifth branch pipelines, the outlet of the multi-way joint is communicated with the vacuum negative pressure pump through a main pipeline, and a dirt tank is communicated with the main pipeline.
The main pipeline is provided with a valve, and the control input end of the valve is in control connection with the control output end of a foot switch of the dental comprehensive treatment table.
The valve is an electromagnetic valve or a pneumatic control air valve.
The first air mist collecting unit comprises an air suction cap buckled on the handpiece of the dental handpiece, an annular air suction port is formed downwards in the air suction cap, and an air inlet of the annular air suction port is communicated with the first branch pipeline through a connecting pipe.
The first air mist collecting unit comprises an annular air inlet cavity arranged in the handpiece of the dental handpiece, an air inlet of the annular air inlet cavity is formed in the outer edge of the lower portion of the dental handpiece, a handpiece through hole is formed in the handpiece handle, one end of the handpiece through hole is communicated with the annular air inlet cavity, and the other end of the handpiece through hole is arranged at the bottom end of the handpiece handle and is communicated with the first branch pipeline through a joint.
the second aerosol collection unit comprises a mouth mirror, an air inlet channel is formed in a handle of the mouth mirror, a plurality of air suction holes are formed in the air inlet channel at intervals, and the end part of the air inlet channel is arranged at the bottom end of the handle and communicated with the second branch pipeline through a connector.
The third aerosol collecting unit comprises two strip-shaped air suction ports arranged at two sides of the headrest, and air outlets of the two strip-shaped air suction ports are communicated with the third branch pipeline; the fourth air fog collecting unit comprises a corrugated pipe arranged above the seat backrest and located on the side of the armrest, an air inlet end of the corrugated pipe is communicated with an air suction head, and an air outlet end of the corrugated pipe is communicated with the fourth branch pipeline.
The fifth aerosol collecting unit comprises an air suction opening formed in the outer edge of the oral lamp and/or the arm of the oral lamp, and the air suction opening is communicated with the fifth branch pipeline.
The utility model has the advantages of simple structure, convenient operation, excellent in use effect. When a doctor operates appliances such as a dental handpiece or a three-purpose gun to treat a patient in the oral cavity, when the doctor steps on a foot switch, an electromagnetic valve or a pneumatic control air valve on a main pipeline is synchronously opened, a plurality of aerial fog collecting units synchronously suck air, aerial fog and spray which are generated by treatment and have pathogenic microorganisms can be sucked into a dirt tank, and the probability of cross infection of medical workers is greatly reduced.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of the present invention.
Fig. 2 is a schematic view of the pipeline connection of the present invention.
Fig. 3 is a schematic structural view of the first mist collecting unit in embodiment 1.
Fig. 4 is a schematic structural view of the first mist collecting unit in embodiment 2.
Fig. 5 is a schematic structural view of the second aerosol-collecting unit of the present invention.
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Example 1:
As shown in fig. 1, 2, 3 and 5, the aerosol collecting system for dental unit according to the present invention comprises a first aerosol collecting unit 101 disposed at the dental handpiece 1, a second aerosol collecting unit 102 disposed at the mouth mirror 2, a third aerosol collecting unit 103 disposed at the headrest 3, a fourth aerosol collecting unit 104 disposed above the seat 4, and a fifth aerosol collecting unit 105 disposed at the mouth lamp 5; the first, second, third, fourth and fifth aerosol collecting units 101, 102, 103, 104 and 105 are respectively communicated with a multi-way joint 206 through first, second, third, fourth and fifth branch pipelines 201, 202, 203, 204 and 205, the outlet of the multi-way joint 206 is communicated with a vacuum negative pressure pump 208 through a main pipeline 207, and a dirt tank 209 is communicated with the main pipeline 207; a valve 210 is arranged on the main pipe 207, and the control input end of the valve 210 (which can be selected by an electromagnetic valve or a pneumatic control air valve) is in control connection with the control output end of a foot switch 211 of the dental comprehensive treatment table; the first air mist collecting unit 101 comprises an air suction cap 6 buckled on the handpiece of the dental handpiece 1, an annular air suction port 7 is formed in the air suction cap 6 downwards, and an air inlet of the annular air suction port 7 is communicated with the first branch pipeline 201 through a connecting pipe 8; the second aerosol collecting unit 102 comprises a mouth mirror 2, an air inlet passage 10 is formed in a handle 9 of the mouth mirror 2, a plurality of air suction holes 11 are formed in the air inlet passage 10 at intervals, and the end of the air inlet passage 10 is formed at the bottom end of the handle 9 and is communicated with the second branch pipeline 202 through a joint 12; the third gas fog collecting unit 103 comprises two strip-shaped air inlets 13.1 and 13.2 arranged at two sides of the headrest 3, and air outlets of the two strip-shaped air inlets 13.1 and 13.2 are communicated with the third branch pipeline 203; the fourth air mist collecting unit 104 comprises a corrugated pipe 14 arranged above the backrest of the seat 4 and positioned at the armrest position side, an air inlet end of the corrugated pipe 14 is communicated with an air suction head 15, and an air outlet end of the corrugated pipe 14 is communicated with the fourth branch pipeline 204; the fifth aerosol collecting unit 105 comprises an air inlet 17 arranged at the outer edge of the oral cavity lamp 5 (or arranged at the lamp arm 16 of the oral cavity lamp 5 according to requirements), and the air inlet 17 is communicated with the fifth branch pipe 205.
When a doctor operates the dental handpiece 1 to treat a patient in the oral cavity, when the doctor steps on the foot switch 211, the valve 210 on the main pipeline 207 is synchronously opened, the first air mist collecting unit 101 can be clamped on the handpiece of the dental handpiece 1, when the dental handpiece 1 performs rotary cutting, air mist and spray generated in the oral cavity can be sucked out by the first air mist collecting unit 101 and the second air mist collecting unit 102 at the first time, and after the residual air mist is splashed out from the oral cavity, the air mist diffused to two sides can be sucked in by the two strip-shaped air suction ports 13.1 and 13.2 on two sides of the headrest 3; meanwhile, the fourth aerosol collecting unit 104 arranged above the seat 4 can adjust the inhalation angle of the inhalation head 15 by a nurse according to the real-time aerosol diffusion condition; the aerosol spreading forward can be inhaled by the inhalation port 17 of the fifth aerosol collection unit 105 provided at the mouth lamp 5; the plurality of aerosol collecting units are used for synchronously inhaling, aerosol and spray with pathogenic microorganisms generated in treatment can be furthest inhaled into the dirt tank 209, the diffusion of the aerosol is greatly reduced, and the probability of cross infection of medical staff is greatly reduced.
Example 2:
As shown in fig. 1, 2, 4 and 5, the aerosol collecting system for dental unit according to the present invention comprises a first aerosol collecting unit 101 disposed at the dental handpiece 1, a second aerosol collecting unit 102 disposed at the mouth mirror 2, a third aerosol collecting unit 103 disposed at the headrest 3, a fourth aerosol collecting unit 104 disposed above the seat 4, and a fifth aerosol collecting unit 105 disposed at the mouth lamp 5; the first, second, third, fourth and fifth aerosol collecting units 101, 102, 103, 104 and 105 are respectively communicated with a multi-way joint 206 through first, second, third, fourth and fifth branch pipelines 201, 202, 203, 204 and 205, the outlet of the multi-way joint 206 is communicated with a vacuum negative pressure pump 208 through a main pipeline 207, and a dirt tank 209 is communicated with the main pipeline 207; a valve 210 is arranged on the main pipe 207, and the control input end of the valve 210 (which can be selected by an electromagnetic valve or a pneumatic control air valve) is in control connection with the control output end of a foot switch 211 of the dental comprehensive treatment table; the first air mist collecting unit 101 comprises an annular air inlet cavity 18 arranged in a handpiece of the dental handpiece 1, an air inlet of the annular air inlet cavity 18 is arranged at the outer edge below the handpiece, a handpiece through hole 19 is arranged in a handle of the dental handpiece 1, one end of the handpiece through hole 19 is communicated with the annular air inlet cavity 18, and the other end of the handpiece through hole 19 is arranged at the bottom end of the handpiece handle and is communicated with the first branch pipeline 201 through a joint 20; the second aerosol collecting unit 102 comprises a mouth mirror 2, an air inlet passage 10 is formed in a handle 9 of the mouth mirror 2, a plurality of air suction holes 11 are formed in the air inlet passage 10 at intervals, and the end of the air inlet passage 10 is formed at the bottom end of the handle 9 and is communicated with the second branch pipeline 202 through a joint 12; the third gas fog collecting unit 103 comprises two strip-shaped air inlets 13.1 and 13.2 arranged at two sides of the headrest 3, and air outlets of the two strip-shaped air inlets 13.1 and 13.2 are communicated with the third branch pipeline 203; the fourth air mist collecting unit 104 comprises a corrugated pipe 14 arranged above the backrest of the seat 4 and positioned at the armrest position side, an air inlet end of the corrugated pipe 14 is communicated with an air suction head 15, and an air outlet end of the corrugated pipe 14 is communicated with the fourth branch pipeline 204; the fifth aerosol collecting unit 105 comprises an air inlet 17 arranged at the outer edge of the oral cavity lamp 5 (or arranged at the lamp arm 16 of the oral cavity lamp 5 according to requirements), and the air inlet 17 is communicated with the fifth branch pipe 205.
When a doctor operates the dental handpiece 1 to treat an oral cavity of a patient, when the doctor steps on the foot switch 211, the valve 210 on the main pipeline 207 is synchronously opened, when the dental handpiece 1 rotates and cuts, aerosol and spray generated in the oral cavity can be sucked out by the first aerosol collecting unit 101 and the second aerosol collecting unit 102 at the first time, and after the residual aerosol is splashed out from the oral cavity, the aerosol diffused to two sides can be sucked in by the strip-shaped air suction ports 13.1 and 13.2 at two sides of the headrest 3; meanwhile, the fourth aerosol collecting unit 104 arranged above the seat 4 can adjust the inhalation angle of the inhalation head 15 by a nurse according to the real-time aerosol diffusion condition; the aerosol spreading forward can be inhaled by the inhalation port 17 of the fifth aerosol collection unit 105 provided at the mouth lamp 5; the plurality of aerosol collecting units are used for synchronously inhaling, aerosol and spray with pathogenic microorganisms generated in treatment can be furthest inhaled into the dirt tank 209, the diffusion of the aerosol is greatly reduced, and the probability of cross infection of medical staff is greatly reduced.

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1. An aerosol collection system for a dental unit, comprising: the device comprises two or more aerial fog collecting units, wherein each aerial fog collecting unit is communicated with a multi-way connector through a branch pipeline, an outlet of the multi-way connector is communicated with a vacuum negative pressure pump through a main pipeline, and a dirt tank is communicated with the main pipeline.
2. The dental unit aerosol collection system of claim 1, wherein: the aerial fog collection unit is including setting up the first aerial fog collection unit and the second aerial fog collection unit of setting in mouth mirror department in dental handpiece department, first aerial fog collection unit and second aerial fog collection unit respectively through first lateral conduit and second lateral conduit with the multi-channel connects and is linked together.
3. The dental unit aerosol collection system of claim 1, wherein: the aerosol collecting unit also comprises a third aerosol collecting unit arranged at the headrest, a fourth aerosol collecting unit arranged above the seat and a fifth aerosol collecting unit arranged at the oral lamp; and the third aerosol collecting unit, the fourth aerosol collecting unit and the fifth aerosol collecting unit are respectively communicated with the multi-way joint through a third branch pipeline, a fourth branch pipeline and a fifth branch pipeline.
4. The dental unit aerosol collection system of claim 1, 2 or 3, wherein: the main pipeline is provided with a valve, and the control input end of the valve is in control connection with the control output end of a foot switch of the dental comprehensive treatment table.
5. The dental unit aerosol collection system of claim 4, wherein: the valve is an electromagnetic valve or a pneumatic control air valve.
6. The dental unit aerosol collection system of claim 2, wherein: the first air mist collecting unit comprises an air suction cap buckled on the handpiece of the dental handpiece, an annular air suction port is formed downwards in the air suction cap, and an air inlet of the annular air suction port is communicated with the first branch pipeline through a connecting pipe.
7. The dental unit aerosol collection system of claim 2, wherein: the first air mist collecting unit comprises an annular air inlet cavity arranged in a handpiece of the dental handpiece, an air inlet of the annular air inlet cavity is formed in the outer edge of the lower portion of the handpiece, a handpiece through hole is formed in a handle of the dental handpiece, one end of the handpiece through hole is communicated with the annular air inlet cavity, and the other end of the handpiece through hole is arranged at the bottom end of the handle of the dental handpiece and is communicated with the first branch pipeline through a connector.
8. the dental unit aerosol collection system of claim 2, wherein: the second aerosol collection unit comprises a mouth mirror, an air inlet channel is formed in a handle of the mouth mirror, a plurality of air suction holes are formed in the air inlet channel at intervals, and the end part of the air inlet channel is arranged at the bottom end of the handle and communicated with the second branch pipeline through a connector.
9. The dental unit aerosol collection system of claim 3, wherein: the third aerosol collecting unit comprises two strip-shaped air suction ports arranged at two sides of the headrest, and air outlets of the two strip-shaped air suction ports are communicated with the third branch pipeline; the fourth air fog collecting unit comprises a corrugated pipe arranged above the seat backrest and located on the side of the armrest, an air inlet end of the corrugated pipe is communicated with an air suction head, and an air outlet end of the corrugated pipe is communicated with the fourth branch pipeline.
10. The dental unit aerosol collection system of claim 3, wherein: the fifth aerosol collecting unit comprises an air suction opening formed in the outer edge of the oral lamp and/or the arm of the oral lamp, and the air suction opening is communicated with the fifth branch pipeline.
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