CN211096731U - Infant venous transfusion fixer - Google Patents

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CN211096731U
CN211096731U CN201921428800.8U CN201921428800U CN211096731U CN 211096731 U CN211096731 U CN 211096731U CN 201921428800 U CN201921428800 U CN 201921428800U CN 211096731 U CN211096731 U CN 211096731U
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胡瑞
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The utility model provides an infant venous transfusion fixer, its one end open-ended rectangle bag body that includes the cotton material, its characterized in that: the bag body is sewn into a plurality of containing bags with one open end, and each containing bag is internally provided with at least one tongue depressor; at least 2 flat elastic bands are sewn at one side edge of the bag body, and hook and loop surfaces are sewn on the upper surfaces of the elastic bands; the back of the bag body is integrally sewed with a magic tape hair surface. The utility model discloses can keep the infusion passageway unblocked, improve infusion efficiency.

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Infant venous transfusion fixer
Technical Field
The utility model relates to a medical instrument, concretely relates to venous transfusion fixer.
Background
In clinic, intravenous infusion is an important administration route for pediatric treatment, and blood vessels of joint parts such as the radial vein of the forearm are often selected during venipuncture. However, children are a special group, the psychological and physiological development is not mature, the compliance is poor, the blood vessels are small, the characteristics cause the blockage of an infusion channel and the sliding of a needle out of the blood vessels due to the action of limbs in the infusion process, so that repeated puncture is needed for one infusion process, the venous injury and pain of children are increased, the satisfaction degree of family members is reduced, the patient care dispute is increased, and the medical care workload is increased.
Disclosure of Invention
The utility model aims to solve the technical problem that an infant venous transfusion fixer is provided can keep the infusion passageway unblocked, improves infusion efficiency.
In order to solve the technical problem, the utility model discloses an infant venous transfusion fixer includes the one end open-ended rectangular bag body of cotton material, its characterized in that: the bag body is sewn into a plurality of containing bags with one open end, and each containing bag is internally provided with at least one tongue depressor; at least 2 flat elastic bands are sewn at one side edge of the bag body, and hook and loop surfaces are sewn on the upper surfaces of the elastic bands; the back of the bag body is integrally sewed with a magic tape hair surface.
The thickness of the cotton cloth on the upper surface of the bag body is not less than 1mm, and the total thickness of the bag body is not more than 5 mm.
After the technical scheme is adopted, the combined parts of the wrist and the forearm of the patient can be fixed, and the relative movement of the combined parts is limited, so that the transfusion channel is kept smooth, the transfusion efficiency is improved, the nursing workload is reduced, and the satisfaction degree of family members is also improved.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic view of the usage of the intravenous transfusion fixer for infants;
FIG. 2 is a top view of the infant intravenous transfusion fixer of the present invention;
figure 3 is a schematic view of the pocket portion.
Detailed Description
As shown in fig. 1, 2 and 3, the infant intravenous transfusion fixer of the present invention comprises a rectangular bag body 1 made of cotton cloth and having an opening at one end, wherein the bag body 1 is stitched into a plurality of accommodating bags 10 having an opening at one end, and each accommodating bag 10 is provided with at least one tongue depressor 2; at least 2 flat elastic bands 3 are sewn at one side edge of the bag body 1, and hook and loop fasteners 40 are sewn on the upper surfaces of the elastic bands 3; the back of the bag body 1 is integrally sewed with a magic tape hair surface 41.
The pouch body 1 and the receiving pouch 10 share an opening. During production, a plurality of separation lines are directly sewn on the bag body 1 with one open end.
The parallel distance between the 2 elastic bands 3 is set to be 3 +/-0.5 cm, so that the infant treatment device can better adapt to the infant treatment requirements.
The width of the containing bag 10 is matched with that of the tongue depressor 2, the length of the tongue depressor 2 is matched with the depth of the containing bag 10, and when the fixator operates, the tongue depressor 2 is completely accommodated into the containing bag 10, so that the tongue depressor 2 is prevented from contacting with the skin. The tongue depressor is the equipment that the hospital generally equipped, and this device uses tongue depressor 2 as the bearing, and it is convenient to draw materials, also is favorable to reducing logistics support work load.
The hook and loop fastener surface 40 and the hook and loop fastener matte surface 41 form a combination which can be bonded and separated. In an initial state, the elastic bands 3 are perpendicular to the length direction of the rectangular bag body 1, and the two elastic bands 3 can be parallel to each other and adhered to the magic tape rough surface 41 or can be crossed and adhered to each other.
The thickness of the 1 upper surface cotton of bag body is not less than 1mm, and thicker cotton makes this device possess good skin sense of touch. The total thickness of the bag body 1 is not more than 5mm, so that the bag body is convenient to bend and use.
The bag body 1 is stitched into 4 containing bags 10, and the containing bags 10 are arranged in equal width; the bag body 1 can also be sewn into 5 containing bags 10 with the same width, so that the bag body has better adaptability to arms and is particularly suitable for being used by the young infants.
The using method comprises the following steps:
A. a tongue depressor 2 is arranged in each containing bag 10, so that the rectangular bag body 1 has the functions of bearing and fixing;
B. after the venipuncture of the infant is finished, the joint part of the forearm and the wrist of the infant is placed above the device, 2 containing bags 10 are supported from the lower part, 2 containing bags 10 are bent from two sides, elastic bands 3 are tightened and are adaptively adjusted according to the thickness of the part, and then the hook-and-loop fastening surface 40 and the hook-and-loop fastening surface 41 are tightly adhered to complete the fixation of the joint part; if the wrist is thick, the two elastic bands 3 are parallelly bound, if the wrist is thin, the two elastic bands 3 are alternately bound, and the hook-and-loop fastener 40 is very convenient to adhere because the back of the bag body 1 is integrally sewn into the hook-and-loop fastener woolen surface 41. After the fixation is finished, the wrist and the forearm do not generate relative movement basically, thereby preventing the blockage of the infusion channel.
C. After the infusion is completed, the tongue depressor 2 is pulled out, and the device is cleaned and sterilized for reuse.
The present invention is not limited to the above embodiments, and those skilled in the art can make various corresponding changes and modifications according to the present invention without departing from the spirit and the essential scope thereof, and still fall into the protection scope of the present invention.

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1. The utility model provides an infant venous transfusion fixer, includes the one end open-ended rectangular bag body (1) of cotton material, its characterized in that: the bag body (1) is sewn into a plurality of containing bags (10) with one open end, and at least one tongue depressor (2) is arranged in each containing bag (10); at least 2 flat elastic bands (3) are sewn at one side edge of the bag body (1), and hook-and-loop fasteners (40) are sewn on the upper surfaces of the elastic bands (3); the back of the bag body (1) is integrally stitched with a magic tape hair surface (41).
2. The infant iv administration set of claim 1, wherein: the thickness of the cotton cloth on the upper surface of the bag body (1) is not less than 1mm, and the total thickness of the bag body (1) is not more than 5 mm.
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