CN210131254U - Rehabilitation therapy apparatus for intelligently activating hand muscles - Google Patents

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CN210131254U
CN210131254U CN201920293606.7U CN201920293606U CN210131254U CN 210131254 U CN210131254 U CN 210131254U CN 201920293606 U CN201920293606 U CN 201920293606U CN 210131254 U CN210131254 U CN 210131254U
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李荣东
黄国志
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陈淑萍
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The utility model discloses a rehabilitation therapy appearance of intelligence activation hand internal muscle, which comprises a controller, two electrode piece subassemblies, a plurality of first electrode slices with be used for the parcel at the first elastic layer on hand, electrode piece subassembly and first electrode slice all set up on first elastic layer, two electrode piece subassemblies are located the tip on first elastic layer respectively, each first electrode slice is located respectively between two electrode piece subassemblies and arranges in proper order along the length direction on first elastic layer, electrode piece subassembly and first electrode slice correspond respectively to each flesh belly department for hand muscle on the first elastic layer, each first electrode slice and two electrode piece subassemblies are connected with the controller electricity respectively, and each first electrode slice and two equal electricity of electrode piece subassembly are connected with surface flesh electricity detection device and vibrating device, vibrating device and surface flesh electricity detection device are connected with the controller electricity respectively. The first elastic layer is stretched in this way, and the arrangement of the electrode pads on the hand can be adjusted in order to treat the hand muscles in a targeted manner by means of the electrode pads and the vibration device.

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Rehabilitation therapy apparatus for intelligently activating hand muscles
Technical Field
The utility model relates to a rehabilitation therapy apparatus of intelligence activation hand internal muscle.
Background
Stroke and upper limb trauma are common diseases, and complications such as hand muscle atrophy and hand swelling related to the stroke further worsen the hand condition, while the hand muscle is essential for fine hand activities, and the related diseases seriously affect the use of the hand; in recent years, medical research finds that hand diseases can be effectively treated by performing electrical stimulation treatment on the hand internal muscles, and in the electrical stimulation treatment, because the hand internal muscles are in a large number of parts, electrode plates are difficult to arrange for omnibearing treatment, and the electrode plates are metal conductive plates and difficult to change the shape, so that the electrode plates cannot be adjusted according to the size of a treatment part.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
In order to solve the technical problem, the utility model aims at providing a rehabilitation therapy apparatus of intelligence activation hand internal muscle can be according to arranging of the nimble adjustment electrode slice of size at treatment position to carry out the electro photoluminescence treatment to the hand internal muscle effectively.
Based on the above, the utility model provides a rehabilitation therapy apparatus for intelligently activating hand muscle, which comprises a controller, two electrode plate assemblies, a plurality of first electrode plates and a first elastic layer for wrapping the hand muscle, wherein the electrode plate assemblies and the first electrode plates are arranged on the first elastic layer, the two electrode plate assemblies are respectively arranged at the end part of the first elastic layer, each first electrode plate is respectively arranged between the two electrode plate assemblies and is sequentially arranged along the length direction of the first elastic layer, the electrode plate assemblies and the first electrode plates respectively correspond to the muscle abdomens of the hand muscle on the first elastic layer, each first electrode plate and the two electrode plate assemblies are respectively electrically connected with the controller, and each first electrode plate and the two electrode plate assemblies are respectively electrically connected with a surface myoelectricity detection device and a vibration device, the vibration device and the surface myoelectricity detection device are respectively and electrically connected with the controller.
Optionally, the system further comprises a plurality of low-frequency pulse generators, each low-frequency pulse generator is electrically connected with each first electrode plate and the two electrode plate assemblies in a one-to-one correspondence manner, and the low-frequency pulse generators are electrically connected with the controller.
Optionally, each of the vibration devices is embedded in the first electrode plate and the two electrode plate assemblies, the first electrode plate and the electrode plate assemblies are provided with interfaces, and the low-frequency pulse generator and the surface myoelectricity detection device are electrically connected to the interfaces.
Optionally, including first lumbricalis major region, second lumbricalis major region, third lumbricalis major region, fourth lumbricalis major region and second palmaris major region on the first elastic layer, each first electrode slice respectively correspond set up in first lumbricalis major region, second lumbricalis major region, third lumbricalis major region with fourth lumbricalis major region, each electrode slice subassembly respectively correspond set up in first palmaris major region with second palmaris major region.
Optionally, the electrode sheet further comprises a second elastic layer, the second elastic layer covers and is connected to the inner surface of the first elastic layer, and the electrode sheet is located between the first elastic layer and the second elastic layer.
Optionally, the second elastic layer includes insulating part and a plurality of conductive part of inlaying in on the insulating part, each the conductive part corresponds the setting in proper order and is in first palm heart district, first lumbricalis muscle district, second lumbricalis muscle district, third lumbricalis muscle district, fourth lumbricalis muscle district and second palm heart district, the electrode slice is located first elastic layer with between the conductive part.
Optionally, the electrode sheet assembly includes a second electrode sheet and a third electrode sheet that are arranged in parallel, the insulating portion is disposed between the second electrode sheet and the third electrode sheet, and the second electrode sheet and the third electrode sheet are arranged along the width direction of the first elastic layer.
Optionally, a plane passing through a midpoint of the first elastic layer and perpendicular to the first elastic layer in the width direction is used as a reference plane, and the therapeutic apparatus is of a symmetrical structure about the reference plane.
Optionally, an adhesive layer is covered on the inner surface of the second elastic layer, and a detachable protective film is arranged on the adhesive layer.
Optionally, the first elastic layer is an elastic non-woven fabric layer, the outer surface of the first elastic layer is provided with an identification layer which is arranged correspondingly on the first palmar region, the first lumbricalis muscle region, the second lumbricalis muscle region, the third lumbricalis muscle region, the fourth lumbricalis muscle region and the second palmar region.
Implement the embodiment of the utility model provides a, following beneficial effect has:
the utility model discloses a rehabilitation therapy apparatus for intelligently activating hand muscle, which comprises a controller, two electrode plate assemblies, a plurality of first electrode plates and a first elastic layer used for wrapping the hand, wherein the electrode plate assemblies and the first electrode plates are all arranged on the first elastic layer, the two electrode plate assemblies are respectively arranged at the end part of the first elastic layer, each first electrode plate is respectively arranged between the two electrode plate assemblies and is sequentially arranged along the length direction of the first elastic layer, the electrode plate assemblies and the first electrode plates respectively correspond to the muscle abdomens of the hand muscle on the first elastic layer, each first electrode plate assembly and the two electrode plate assemblies are respectively electrically connected with the controller, and each first electrode plate assembly and the two electrode plate assemblies are respectively electrically connected with a surface myoelectricity detection device and a vibration device, the vibration device and the surface myoelectricity detection device are respectively and electrically connected with the controller. The electrode sheet assembly and the first electrode sheet are connected to the first elastic layer, and the positions of the electrode sheet assembly and the first electrode sheet corresponding to the hand are changed by stretching the first elastic layer, so that the position of electrical stimulation can be flexibly adjusted; in addition, the first electrode plate component and the two electrode plate components are independently arranged on the first elastic layer to respectively correspond to each muscle belly of the hand muscle, so that electrical stimulation treatment can be performed on the muscle belly in a targeted mode, the surface myoelectricity detection device collects feedback signals of each muscle belly of the hand muscle through the electrode plate component 1 and the first electrode plate component 2, and the vibration device is started through the controller, so that further vibration treatment is performed on the muscle belly. Furthermore, because the interfaces of each electrode plate and each vibration device are independent, partial interfaces can be connected through the controller, so that electrical stimulation treatment can be selectively carried out on partial muscle abdomens, and a better treatment effect can be achieved.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic front view of a rehabilitation therapy apparatus for intelligently activating hand muscles according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 2 is a schematic structural view of a rehabilitation therapy apparatus for intelligently activating hand muscles according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 3 is a schematic structural view of an operation console of a rehabilitation therapy apparatus for intelligently activating hand muscles according to an embodiment of the present invention.
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1. electrode slice assembly, 11, second electrode slice, 12, third electrode slice, 2, first electrode slice, 3, first elastic layer, 31, first palmar region, 32, first lumbrical muscle region, 33, second lumbrical muscle region, 34, third lumbrical muscle region, 35, fourth lumbrical muscle region, 36, second palmar region, 4, interface, 5, console, 51, host computer, 52, electrode interface end, 53, vibration interface output end, 54, display screen, 55, sound output region, 56, switch, 57, power cord.
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The technical solutions in the embodiments of the present invention will be described clearly and completely with reference to the accompanying drawings in the embodiments of the present invention, and it is obvious that the described embodiments are only some embodiments of the present invention, not all embodiments. Based on the embodiments in the present invention, all other embodiments obtained by a person skilled in the art without creative work belong to the protection scope of the present invention.
In the description of the present invention, it is to be understood that the terms "upper", "lower", "left", "right", "top", "bottom", and the like indicate orientations or positional relationships based on those shown in the drawings, and are only for convenience of description and simplification of description, but do not indicate or imply that the device or element referred to must have a particular orientation, be constructed and operated in a particular orientation, and thus should not be construed as limiting the present invention.
Referring to fig. 1 to 3, an embodiment of the present invention provides a rehabilitation therapy apparatus for intelligently activating hand muscles, which includes a controller, two electrode sheet assemblies 1, a plurality of first electrode sheets 2 and a first elastic layer 3 for wrapping the first electrode sheet assemblies 1 and the first electrode sheets 2 on the first elastic layer 3, the two electrode sheet assemblies 1 are respectively located at the end portions of the first elastic layer 3, the first electrode sheets 2 are respectively located between the two electrode sheet assemblies 1 and are sequentially arranged along the length direction of the first elastic layer 3, the electrode sheet assemblies 1 and the first electrode sheets 2 respectively correspond to the muscle abdomens of the hand muscles on the first elastic layer 3, each of the first electrode sheets 2 and the two electrode sheet assemblies 1 is respectively electrically connected with the controller, and each of the first electrode sheets 2 and the two electrode sheet assemblies 1 is electrically connected with a surface myoelectricity detection device and a vibration device, the vibration device and the surface myoelectricity detection device are respectively and electrically connected with the controller.
Based on the structure, the electrode plate assembly 1 and the first electrode plate 2 are both connected to the first elastic layer 3, and the positions of the electrode plate assembly 1 and the first electrode plate 2 corresponding to the hand are changed by stretching the first elastic layer 3, so that the part of electrical stimulation can be flexibly adjusted; in addition, the first electrode plate 2 and the two electrode plate assemblies 1 are independently arranged on the first elastic layer 3 to respectively correspond to each muscle belly of the hand muscle, so that electrical stimulation treatment is performed on the muscle belly pertinently, further, as the interfaces 4 of the electrode plates are independent, the partial interfaces 4 can be switched on through the controller, so that electrical stimulation treatment can be selectively performed on partial muscle bellies, so that a better treatment effect is achieved, in addition, the surface myoelectricity detection device collects feedback signals of each muscle belly of the hand muscle through the electrode plate assemblies 1 and the first electrode plate 2, and the controller starts the vibration device, so that further vibration treatment is performed on the muscle bellies.
Specifically, the electrode plate assembly further comprises a plurality of low-frequency pulse generators, each low-frequency pulse generator is electrically connected with each first electrode plate 2 and the two electrode plate assemblies 1 in a one-to-one correspondence mode, and the low-frequency pulse generators are electrically connected with the controller. Each vibration device is respectively embedded in the first electrode plate 2 and the two electrode plate assemblies 1, the first electrode plate 2 and the electrode plate assemblies 2 are respectively provided with an interface 4, and the low-frequency pulse generator and the surface myoelectricity detection device are electrically connected with the interfaces 4. The low-frequency pulse generator transmits low-frequency micro current to the controller, and the controller can selectively transmit current to part or all of the electrode plates, so that the control of the electric stimulation part is realized.
Further, the first elastic layer 3 includes a first palmar region 31, a first lumbricalis region 32, a second lumbricalis region 33, a third lumbricalis region 34, a fourth lumbricalis region 35 and a second palmar region 36, each first electrode sheet 2 is correspondingly disposed on the first lumbricalis region 32, the second lumbricalis region 33, the third lumbricalis region 34 and the fourth lumbricalis region 35, and each electrode sheet assembly 1 is correspondingly disposed on the first palmar region 31 and the second palmar region 36. In this embodiment, the number of the first electrode sheets 2 is four, the first electrode sheets 2 are uniformly and symmetrically distributed on a plane passing through the midpoint of the first elastic layer 3 and perpendicular to the first elastic layer 3 along the width direction, the first electrode sheets 2 are disposed in the first lumbricalis muscle area 32, the second lumbricalis muscle area 33, the third lumbricalis muscle area 34 and the fourth lumbricalis muscle area 35 in a one-to-one correspondence manner, the first lumbricalis muscle area 32, the second lumbricalis muscle area 33, the third lumbricalis muscle area 34 and the fourth lumbricalis muscle area 35 correspond to four lumbricalis muscles on the back of the hand of the human body, and the first palmar heart area 31 and the second palmar heart area 36 correspond to the abdomen of the palmar heart of the human body respectively.
In addition, the electrode plate also comprises a second elastic layer, the second elastic layer covers and is connected to the inner surface of the first elastic layer 3, the second elastic layer comprises an insulating part and a plurality of conductive parts embedded on the insulating part, each conductive part is correspondingly arranged in the first palmar region 31, the first lumbricalis muscle region 32, the second lumbricalis muscle region 33, the third lumbricalis muscle region 34, the fourth lumbricalis muscle region 35 and the second palmar muscle region 36 in sequence, and the electrode plate is positioned between the first elastic layer 3 and the conductive parts. The conductive parts are separated by the insulating parts to ensure that the conductive sheets work independently, and the conductive parts are connected with the electrode plates in a one-to-one correspondence manner, so that the electrode plates conduct micro-current to the hand muscles through the conductive parts, and accordingly, electrical stimulation treatment is conducted on the muscle abdomens of the hand muscles in a targeted manner; in addition, since the second elastic layer has elasticity, the shape and size of the conductive part can be changed by stretching, and the part to be electrically stimulated can be adjusted.
Preferably, the electrode sheet assembly 1 includes a second electrode sheet 11 and a third electrode sheet 12 arranged in parallel, and an insulating portion is provided between the second electrode sheet 11 and the third electrode sheet 12, and the second electrode sheet 11 and the third electrode sheet 12 are arranged along the width direction of the first elastic layer 3. The two electrode piece assemblies 1 are respectively positioned at the thumb part and the little finger part, the second electrode piece 11 of the electrode piece assembly 1 positioned at the thumb part corresponds to the palmar hallux muscle or adductor muscle abdomen of the thumb of the palm, and the third electrode piece 12 corresponds to the abductor muscle abdomen of the short thumb of the palm; the second electrode plate 11 of the electrode plate assembly 1 positioned at the little finger part corresponds to the little finger abductor muscle abdomen of the palm, and the third electrode plate 12 corresponds to the little finger flexor muscle abdomen of the palm.
It is worth pointing out that the treatment apparatus is of a symmetrical structure with respect to the reference plane, with the plane passing through the midpoint of the first elastic layer 3 and perpendicular to the first elastic layer 3 in the width direction as the reference plane, whereby the treatment apparatus can be applied to the left and right hands without adjustment. Preferably, the second electrode sheet 11 and the third electrode sheet 12 are symmetrically distributed at an included angle of 20-60 degrees with the reference plane, so that the second electrode sheet 11 and the third electrode sheet 12 are more closely attached to the muscle distribution of hand muscles, the electrode group area is better attached to the large and small thenar muscle abdomens, and the thenar muscle abdomens are more accurately stimulated electrically.
Preferably, the conductive part of the second elastic layer is a conductive silica gel part, the insulating part is an insulating silica gel part, the first elastic layer 3 is an elastic non-woven fabric layer, and the elastic non-woven fabric, the conductive silica gel and the insulating silica gel are elastic parts and can be stretched, so that the action position of the electrode plate can be changed by stretching the elastic non-woven fabric, and the action range of the electrode plate can be changed by stretching the conductive silica gel and the insulating silica gel.
In this embodiment, the inner surface of the second elastic layer is covered with an adhesive layer, and the adhesive layer is provided with a detachable protective film, so that when the therapeutic apparatus is used, the protective film is torn off, the second elastic layer is attached to the hand, the conductive part is attached to the hand muscle, after the therapeutic apparatus is used, the therapeutic apparatus is taken off, and then the protective film is attached to the surface of the second elastic layer again.
In addition, the outer surface of the first elastic layer 3 is provided with the mark layers respectively arranged at the positions of the first palmar region 31, the first lumbricalis region 32, the second lumbricalis region 33, the third lumbricalis region 34, the fourth lumbricalis region 35 and the second palmar region 36 correspondingly, and the position of the electrode plate can be determined by a user by marking the first elastic layer 3.
In this embodiment, the surface electromyography detection device collects the surface electromyography signals of the hand inner muscle through the first electrode plate 2, the second electrode plate 11 and the third electrode plate 12, and detects the surface electromyography signals of the hand inner muscle through the surface electromyography detection device, so as to determine whether the muscle is activated, the activation degree and the contraction size, so that the controller controls the vibration device and the low-frequency pulse generator, and changes the frequency and the duration of vibration and the parameters of the low-frequency electric pulse device.
Furthermore, because the interfaces of each electrode plate and each vibration device are independent, partial interfaces can be connected through the controller, so that electrical stimulation treatment can be selectively carried out on partial muscle abdomens, and a better treatment effect can be achieved. The vibrating device is composed of miniature button type vibrating reeds, is embedded on the first electrode plate 2 and the electrode plate assembly 1, 1-3 miniature button type vibrating reeds can be placed in each group of electrode areas according to the shape and size of muscles, is controlled by the controller, can control any one group, two groups, three groups or four groups of vibrating devices to vibrate according to needs, and can also control the vibration sequence of each group of vibrating reeds according to needs. In addition, the controller can adjust the vibration device and the low-frequency pulse generator to work simultaneously, intermittently or alternatively according to the data result obtained by the surface myoelectricity detection device.
As shown in fig. 3, the controller, the surface myoelectric detection device and the low frequency pulse generator are located in a main body 51, and a control panel 52 is provided on the console 5, so that the controller can be manually operated to control the vibration device and the low frequency pulse generator, and adjust and control parameters of the vibration device and the low frequency pulse generator. The electrode plate interface end 52 is electrically connected with the first electrode plate 2, the second electrode plate 11 and the third electrode plate 12, so that data transmission among the first electrode plate 2, the second electrode plate 11 and the third electrode plate 12 and the surface myoelectric detection device is realized, surface myoelectric signals of the hand muscles collected by the first electrode plate 2, the second electrode plate 11 and the third electrode plate 12 are fed back to the surface myoelectric detection device, the electric signals are analyzed by the surface myoelectric detection device, results are fed back to the controller, the controller adjusts parameters of the low-frequency pulse generator, and meanwhile, the vibration interface output end 54 is controlled to drive the vibration device to move to assist muscle treatment. The display screen 55 is electrically connected with the controller, and the display screen 55 can display detection data in real time, so that the medical personnel can operate conveniently. The sound output area 56 is electrically connected to the controller, and can prompt the patient with voice for the treatment step currently performed, 57 is a rehabilitation treatment instrument switch for intelligently activating the hand muscle, and can be operated to adjust the working state of the rehabilitation treatment instrument for intelligently activating the hand muscle, and can be turned off when not in use, thereby saving energy. The rehabilitation therapy apparatus for intelligently activating the hand muscles provides electric energy through the power line 58, so that the whole rehabilitation therapy apparatus for intelligently activating the hand muscles works normally.
It should be understood that the terms "first", "second", etc. are used herein to describe various information, but the information should not be limited to these terms, and these terms are only used to distinguish one type of information from another. For example, "first" information may also be referred to as "second" information, and similarly, "second" information may also be referred to as "first" information, without departing from the scope of the present invention.
The above is the preferred embodiment of the present invention, and it should be noted that, for those skilled in the art, a plurality of modifications and variations can be made without departing from the principle of the present invention, and these modifications and variations are also considered as the protection scope of the present invention.

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1. A rehabilitation therapy apparatus for intelligently activating hand muscles is characterized by comprising a controller, two electrode plate assemblies, a plurality of first electrode plates and a first elastic layer used for wrapping hands, wherein the electrode plate assemblies and the first electrode plates are arranged on the first elastic layer, the two electrode plate assemblies are respectively positioned at the end parts of the first elastic layer, each first electrode plate is respectively positioned between the two electrode plate assemblies and sequentially arranged along the length direction of the first elastic layer, the electrode plate assemblies and the first electrode plates respectively correspond to the muscle abdomens of the hand muscles on the first elastic layer, each first electrode plate and each first electrode plate assembly are respectively and electrically connected with the controller, and each first electrode plate and each second electrode plate assembly are electrically connected with a surface myoelectricity detection device and a vibration device, the vibration device and the surface myoelectricity detection device are respectively and electrically connected with the controller.
2. The rehabilitation therapy instrument for intelligently activating internal hand muscles according to claim 1, further comprising a plurality of low-frequency pulse generators, wherein each low-frequency pulse generator is electrically connected with each first electrode plate and the two electrode plate assemblies in a one-to-one correspondence manner, and the low-frequency pulse generators are electrically connected with the controller.
3. The rehabilitation therapy instrument for intelligently activating internal hand muscles according to claim 2, wherein each vibration device is embedded in the first electrode plate and the two electrode plate assemblies respectively, interfaces are arranged on the first electrode plate and the electrode plate assemblies respectively, and the low-frequency pulse generator and the surface myoelectric detection device are electrically connected with the interfaces.
4. The rehabilitation therapy instrument for intelligently activating the muscles in the hand as claimed in claim 1, wherein the first elastic layer comprises a first metacarpal region, a first lumbricalis region, a second lumbricalis region, a third lumbricalis region, a fourth lumbricalis region and a second metacarpal region, each of the first electrode sheets is correspondingly disposed on the first lumbricalis region, the second lumbricalis region, the third lumbricalis region and the fourth lumbricalis region, and each of the electrode sheet assemblies is correspondingly disposed on the first metacarpal region and the second metacarpal region.
5. The apparatus according to claim 4, further comprising a second elastic layer covering and connected to an inner surface of the first elastic layer, wherein the electrode sheet is located between the first elastic layer and the second elastic layer.
6. The rehabilitation therapy apparatus for intelligently activating internal hand muscles according to claim 5, wherein the second elastic layer comprises an insulating portion and a plurality of conductive portions embedded on the insulating portion, each of the conductive portions is sequentially and correspondingly disposed in the first palmar region, the first lumbricalis muscle region, the second lumbricalis muscle region, the third lumbricalis muscle region, the fourth lumbricalis muscle region and the second palmar region, and the electrode sheet is disposed between the first elastic layer and the conductive portions.
7. The therapeutic apparatus for rehabilitation of smart activation of the internal hand muscle according to claim 6, wherein the electrode sheet assembly comprises a second electrode sheet and a third electrode sheet which are arranged in parallel, the insulating portion is arranged between the second electrode sheet and the third electrode sheet, and the second electrode sheet and the third electrode sheet are arranged along the width direction of the first elastic layer.
8. The rehabilitation apparatus for intelligently activating the muscles in the hand according to any one of claims 1 to 7, wherein a plane passing through the midpoint of the first elastic layer and perpendicular to the first elastic layer in the width direction is taken as a reference plane, and the apparatus has a symmetrical structure with respect to the reference plane.
9. The rehabilitation therapy apparatus for intelligently activating internal hand muscles according to any one of claims 5 to 7, wherein an adhesive layer is covered on the inner surface of the second elastic layer, and a detachable protective film is arranged on the adhesive layer.
10. The rehabilitation therapy instrument for intelligently activating internal hand muscles according to any one of claims 4 to 7, wherein the first elastic layer is an elastic non-woven fabric layer, and identification layers respectively and correspondingly arranged at the first metacarpal region, the first lumbricalis muscle region, the second lumbricalis muscle region, the third lumbricalis muscle region, the fourth lumbricalis muscle region and the second metacarpal region are arranged on the outer surface of the first elastic layer.
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