CN210933223U - Atomizing inhalation device for department of children - Google Patents

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CN210933223U
CN210933223U CN201921571768.9U CN201921571768U CN210933223U CN 210933223 U CN210933223 U CN 210933223U CN 201921571768 U CN201921571768 U CN 201921571768U CN 210933223 U CN210933223 U CN 210933223U
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The utility model provides an aerosol inhalation device for department of pediatrics. The atomizing inhalation device for the department of pediatrics comprises a cup body, a sealing structure, a spray pipe structure, a mask structure and an atomizing structure, wherein the sealing structure is connected with the cup body; a spout structure connected to the cup body; the mask structure is connected to the spray pipe structure; an atomizing structure connected to the cup body; the spray pipe structure comprises a first spray pipe, a knob, a second spray pipe, a first spray head and a second spray head, the first spray pipe is mounted on the side wall of the cup body, the second spray pipe is mounted on the inner side wall of the first spray pipe, the knob is mounted on the side wall of the second spray pipe, the first spray head is mounted on the side wall of the second spray pipe, and the second spray head is mounted on the side wall of the first spray head. The utility model provides an aerosol inhalation device for department of children's internal medicine has the volume of spraying size that can adjust, safe laborsaving advantage.

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Atomizing inhalation device for department of children
Technical Field
The utility model relates to the technical field of medical equipment, especially, relate to an aerosol inhalation device for department of pediatrics.
Background
The aerosol inhalation method is to utilize high-speed oxygen airflow to make liquid medicine form mist, and then inhale from respiratory tract to achieve the purpose of treatment, and oxygen aerosol inhalation is one of the main methods for modern treatment of acute and chronic respiratory system diseases.
However, when the conventional atomizing inhalation device is used, the atomizing amount cannot be controlled, the suction force of the infant patient is small, and the infant patient is choked by a large amount of atomizing amount to cause discomfort, which affects the inhalation efficiency.
Therefore, there is a need to provide a new aerosol inhalation device for pediatric medicine to solve the above technical problems.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
In order to solve the technical problem, the utility model provides a safe laborsaving aerosol inhalation device for department of children's internal medicine with can adjust the spray volume size.
The utility model provides an aerosol inhalation device for department of children's internal medicine includes: a cup body; a sealing structure connected to the cup body; the spray pipe structure is connected to the cup body and comprises a first spray pipe, a knob, a second spray pipe, a first spray head and a second spray head, the first spray pipe is mounted on the side wall of the cup body, the second spray pipe is mounted on the inner side wall of the first spray pipe, the knob is mounted on the side wall of the second spray pipe, the first spray head is mounted on the side wall of the second spray pipe, and the second spray head is mounted on the side wall of the first spray head; the mask structure is connected to the spray pipe structure; the atomizing structure is connected to the cup body.
Preferably, the sealing structure comprises a cup cover and a handle, the cup cover is in threaded connection with the top end of the cup body, and the handle is mounted on the side wall of the cup body.
Preferably, the gauze mask structure includes gauze mask and hole, the gauze mask install in the lateral wall of second shower nozzle, the lateral wall of gauze mask is equipped with the hole.
Preferably, the atomizing structure comprises an air supply pipe, a water suction pipe and a baffle, the air supply pipe is mounted on the side wall of the bottom end of the cup body, the baffle is clamped with the side wall of the top end of the air supply pipe, and the water suction pipe is mounted on the side wall of the bottom end of the baffle.
Preferably, the inner diameter of the first nozzle is smaller than that of the second nozzle, and the cross sections of the first nozzle and the second nozzle are in an I shape.
Preferably, the cross section of the air supply pipe is conical, the cross section of the baffle is U-shaped, and the water suction pipe and the side wall of the air supply pipe are in parallel relation.
Preferably, the first spray pipe and the cup body are in a vertical relation, and the side wall of the knob is provided with anti-skidding fine lines.
Compared with the prior art, the utility model provides an aerosol inhalation device for department of pediatrics has following beneficial effect:
the utility model provides an aerosol inhalation device for department of children, the first spray tube is installed on the lateral wall of the cup body, in order to make the spray flow into the interior of the first spray tube, the second spray tube is installed on the inner side wall of the first spray tube, the knob is installed on the lateral wall of the second spray tube, the first spray head is installed on the lateral wall of the second spray tube, namely, by rotating the knob, the knob drives the second spray tube to rotate in the interior of the first spray tube to drive the first spray head to rotate, the spout direction of the first spray head is adjusted, the second spray head is installed on the lateral wall of the first spray head, after the spout direction of the first spray head is adjusted by rotating the knob, the spout of the second spray head horizontally coincides with the spout position of the first spray head, then the spray jet reaches the maximum, and the knob is rotated again to adjust the spout direction of the first spray head, and the position of the nozzle of the second spray head is horizontally intersected or horizontally vertical to the position of the nozzle of the first spray head, so that the spraying amount of the spray is gradually reduced.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic diagram of an aerosol inhalation device for pediatric medicine according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 2 is a schematic structural view of the nozzle arrangement shown in FIG. 1;
fig. 3 is a schematic structural view of the atomization structure shown in fig. 1.
Reference numbers in the figures: 1. cup, 2, seal structure, 21, bowl cover, 22, handle, 3, spout structure, 31, first spout, 32, knob, 33, second spout, 34, first shower nozzle, 35, second shower nozzle, 4, gauze mask structure, 41, gauze mask, 42, hole, 5, atomizing structure, 51, air supply pipe, 52, the pipe that absorbs water, 53, baffle.
Detailed Description
The present invention will be further described with reference to the accompanying drawings and embodiments.
Referring to fig. 1, fig. 2 and fig. 3, wherein fig. 1 is a schematic structural view of an aerosol inhalation device for pediatric medicine according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention; FIG. 2 is a schematic structural view of the nozzle arrangement shown in FIG. 1; fig. 3 is a schematic structural view of the atomization structure shown in fig. 1. The aerosol inhalation device for the department of pediatrics includes: including cup 1, seal structure 2, spray tube structure 3, gauze mask structure 4 and atomizing structure 5, seal structure 2 connect in cup 1, spray tube structure 3 connect in cup 1, gauze mask structure 4 connect in spray tube structure 3, atomizing structure 5 connect in cup 1.
In a specific implementation process, as shown in fig. 1 and 2, the nozzle structure 3 includes a first nozzle 31, a knob 32, a second nozzle 33, a first nozzle 34, and a second nozzle 35, the first nozzle 31 is mounted on a sidewall of the cup 1, the second nozzle 33 is mounted on an inner sidewall of the first nozzle 31, the knob 32 is mounted on a sidewall of the second nozzle 33, the first nozzle 34 is mounted on a sidewall of the second nozzle 33, and the second nozzle 35 is mounted on a sidewall of the first nozzle 34.
Referring to fig. 1, the sealing structure 2 includes a cup cover 21 and a handle 22, the cup cover 21 is in threaded connection with the top end of the cup body 1, the handle 22 is mounted on the side wall of the cup body 1, and by disassembling the cup cover 21, liquid medicine can be added into the cup body 1 and screwed down the cup cover 21 to prevent the liquid medicine from volatilizing.
Referring to fig. 1, the mask structure 4 includes a mask 41 and a hole 42, the mask 41 is mounted on the side wall of the second nozzle 35, the hole 42 is formed in the side wall of the mask 41, and the exhaled gas such as carbon dioxide is discharged from the hole 42.
Referring to fig. 1 and 3, the atomizing structure 5 includes an air supply pipe 51, a water suction pipe 52 and a baffle 53, the air supply pipe 51 is installed on the bottom side wall of the cup body 1, the baffle 53 is clamped on the top side wall of the air supply pipe 51, the water suction pipe 52 is installed on the bottom side wall of the baffle 53, the air supply pipe 51 enters through communicating high-speed oxygen airflow, and the liquid medicine in the water suction pipe 52 is atomized by the impact force formed by the baffle 53.
Referring to fig. 1 and 2, the inner diameter of the first spray head 34 is smaller than that of the second spray head, and the first spray head 34 and the second spray head 35 have an I-shaped section so that the first spray head 34 rotates inside the second spray head 35.
Referring to fig. 1 and 3, the cross section of the air supply pipe 51 is tapered, the cross section of the baffle 53 is U-shaped, and the water suction pipe 52 and the side wall of the air supply pipe 51 are in parallel, so that a high-speed oxygen gas flow enters the air supply pipe 51 to form a pressure from wide to narrow, and the liquid medicine is atomized by the impact force formed by the contact with the baffle 53.
Referring to fig. 1 and 2, the first nozzle 31 and the cup body 1 are in a vertical relationship, and the side wall of the knob 32 is provided with anti-slip fine lines, so that when an infant patient adjusts the amount of sprayed mist according to the needs of the infant patient, the infant patient can avoid the slipping of the knob 32 due to hand contact.
The utility model provides an atomizing inhalation device for department of children's internal medicine's theory of operation as follows:
when the cup is used, the spray pipe structure 3 is firstly adjusted, the knob 32 is held by hands, the knob 32 is rotated, the second spray pipe 31 rotates in the first spray pipe 31 to drive the first spray head 34 to rotate, when the nozzle direction of the first spray head 34 is horizontal and vertical to the nozzle direction of the second spray head 35, the spray spraying amount is minimum, the cup cover 21 is unscrewed by hands, the required liquid medicine is added into the cup body 1, then the cup cover 21 is screwed, the handle 22 is held by hands after the high-speed oxygen airflow enters the air supply pipe 51, the face is placed into the mask 41, the high-speed oxygen airflow enters the air supply pipe 51, after the air supply pipe 51 is wide to narrow, the liquid medicine in the water suction pipe 52 is atomized by the impact force caused by the pressure formed by the airflow impacting the baffle 53, and the spray flows into the first spray pipe 31, the infant patient inhales the atomized liquid medicine by the suction force of the nasal cavity or the oral cavity, and the exhaled air is discharged from the holes 42 formed in the side wall of the mask 41.
Compared with the prior art, the utility model provides an aerosol inhalation device for department of pediatrics has following beneficial effect:
the utility model provides an aerosol inhalation device for department of children, install first spray tube 31 at the lateral wall of cup 1, in order to let the spraying flow in inside first spray tube 31, second spray tube 33 install in the inside wall of first spray tube 31, knob 32 install in the lateral wall of second spray tube 33, first shower nozzle 34 install in the lateral wall of second spray tube 33, promptly through rotating knob 32, knob 32 drives second spray tube 33 rotates in inside first spray tube 31, drives first shower nozzle 34 rotates, adjusts the spout direction of first shower nozzle 34, second shower nozzle 35 install in the lateral wall of first shower nozzle 34, through rotating knob 32 adjusts the spout direction back of first shower nozzle 34, the spout of second shower nozzle 35 with the spout position level coincidence of first shower nozzle 34, the spraying amount reaches the maximum, and after the knob 32 is rotated again to adjust the direction of the nozzle of the first nozzle 34, the nozzle of the second nozzle 35 is horizontally crossed or horizontally vertical to the nozzle of the first nozzle 34, and then the spraying amount gradually decreases.
The above only is the embodiment of the present invention, not limiting the scope of the present invention, all the equivalent structures or equivalent processes of the present invention are used in the specification and the attached drawings, or directly or indirectly applied to other related technical fields, and the same principle is included in the protection scope of the present invention.

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1. An aerosol inhalation device for pediatric medicine, comprising:
a cup body (1);
a sealing structure (2), the sealing structure (2) being connected to the cup body (1);
the spray pipe structure (3) is connected to the cup body (1), the spray pipe structure (3) comprises a first spray pipe (31), a knob (32), a second spray pipe (33), a first spray head (34) and a second spray head (35), the first spray pipe (31) is installed on the side wall of the cup body (1), the second spray pipe (33) is installed on the inner side wall of the first spray pipe (31), the knob (32) is installed on the side wall of the second spray pipe (33), the first spray head (34) is installed on the side wall of the second spray pipe (33), and the second spray head (35) is installed on the side wall of the first spray head (34);
the mask structure (4), the mask structure (4) is connected to the spray pipe structure (3);
an atomizing structure (5), the atomizing structure (5) is connected to the cup body (1).
2. The aerosol inhalation device for department of pediatrics of claim 1, wherein the sealing structure (2) comprises a cap (21) and a handle (22), the cap (21) and the top end of the cup body (1) are in threaded connection, and the handle (22) is mounted on a side wall of the cup body (1).
3. The aerosol inhalation device for the department of pediatrics of claim 1, wherein the mask structure (4) includes a mask (41) and a hole (42), the mask (41) is mounted to a sidewall of the second nozzle (35), and the hole (42) is provided to a sidewall of the mask (41).
4. The aerosol inhalation device according to claim 1, wherein the atomizing structure (5) comprises an air supply pipe (51), a water suction pipe (52) and a baffle (53), the air supply pipe (51) is mounted on the sidewall of the bottom end of the cup body (1), the baffle (53) is clamped on the sidewall of the top end of the air supply pipe (51), and the water suction pipe (52) is mounted on the sidewall of the bottom end of the baffle (53).
5. The aerosol inhalation device for pediatric medicine as defined in claim 1, wherein the first nozzle tip (34) has an inner diameter smaller than that of the second nozzle tip (35), and the first nozzle tip (34) and the second nozzle tip (35) have an I-shaped cross-section.
6. The aerosol inhalation device of claim 4, wherein the gas supply tube (51) is tapered in cross-section, the baffle (53) is U-shaped in cross-section, and the suction tube (52) and the gas supply tube (51) have side walls in parallel relationship.
7. Pediatric aerosol inhalation device according to claim 6, characterized in that the first nozzle (31) and the cup (1) are in a perpendicular relationship, and the side wall of the knob (32) is provided with anti-slip threads.
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