CN211409807U - Congenital heart disease postoperative position supporting device - Google Patents

Congenital heart disease postoperative position supporting device Download PDF

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CN211409807U
CN211409807U CN201922369590.6U CN201922369590U CN211409807U CN 211409807 U CN211409807 U CN 211409807U CN 201922369590 U CN201922369590 U CN 201922369590U CN 211409807 U CN211409807 U CN 211409807U
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The congenital heart disease postoperative position supporting device effectively solves the problem that the side lying angle of the congenital heart disease patient is inconvenient to adjust at present; the device comprises a rectangular shell with an upward opening, wherein a plurality of support legs which are distributed in a rectangular shape are arranged at the lower end of the rectangular shell, a front axial fixed shaft and a rear axial fixed shaft are rotatably connected between the front side wall and the rear side wall of the rectangular shell, a lying plate is arranged at the upper end of the fixed shaft through two connecting blocks, a baffle is hinged at the left end of the lying plate, waist-shaped grooves which are in the left-right direction and run through in the front-back direction are respectively formed at the left ends of the front side wall and the rear side wall of the rectangular shell, cylindrical rods which are in the front-back axial direction and can move in the waist-shaped grooves on the corresponding sides of the cylindrical rods are respectively; the patient can change from the supine position to the side lying position, the medical staff can adjust the side lying angle of the patient conveniently, the structure is simple, the conception is novel, the use is convenient, and the practicability is strong.

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Congenital heart disease postoperative position supporting device
Technical Field
The utility model relates to a intracardiac branch of academic or vocational study nursing apparatus technical field, especially a congenital heart disease postoperative position strutting arrangement.
Background
Congenital heart disease is a common disease type in cardiology, usually a baby suffers from heart disease as soon as it is born, with the inherent features that patients suffering from congenital heart disease can undergo cardiac treatment by surgery, but need careful care to recover after surgery. In the nursing process of congenital heart disease patients, when the patients lie on a sickbed in a supine posture for too long time, physical discomfort often occurs. To change this situation, the health care provider needs other medical personnel to lift the patient's body side and then place the cushion under the patient.
The angle that this kind of mode adjusted patient's side crouches needs to be realized through filling up not mat of co-altitude, but the mat of co-altitude is got up comparatively trouble, needs to consume medical staff's plenty of time, wastes time and energy.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
To the above situation, for overcoming the defect of prior art, the utility model aims at providing a congenital heart disease postoperative position strutting arrangement, the effectual inconvenient problem of angle adjustment of lying on one's side of solving present congenital heart disease patient.
The technical scheme of its solution is, the utility model discloses an opening rectangle shell up, the lower extreme of rectangle shell is equipped with a plurality of landing legs that are the rectangle and distribute, it is connected with axial fixed axle around to rotate between the both sides wall around the rectangle shell, the fixed axle upper end is equipped with the service creeper through two connecting blocks, the service creeper left end articulates there is the baffle, the kidney slot that the left and right sides orientation just link up around and is seted up respectively to the left end of both sides wall around the rectangle shell, the cylinder pole that axial just can remove in its kidney slot that corresponds the side around both ends are equipped with respectively around the baffle, the coaxial worm wheel that is equipped with in fixed axle middle part, the left and right sides is equipped with the fixed plate respectively in the rectangle shell
Compared with the prior art, the beneficial effects of the utility model are that: the worm wheel and the worm that are equipped with, the accessible service creeper drives the patient swing, make the patient become the posture of lying on one's side from lying on the back, the pivot of being equipped with, drive the worm through first bevel gear and second bevel gear and rotate, and medical staff rotates the crank and can rotate the pivot, the angle that medical staff of being convenient for adjusted the patient and lie on one's side, the baffle that is equipped with, can play fine supporting role to the patient of lying on one's side, the L shape pillow that is equipped with, effectively prevent that the patient head from hitting the baffle, this simple structure, the design is novel, high durability and convenient use.
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Fig. 1 is an isometric view of the present invention.
Fig. 2 is a perspective view of the utility model.
Fig. 3 is a full-section top perspective view of the utility model.
Fig. 4 is a full-section left-side perspective view diagram of the utility model.
Fig. 5 is an enlarged view of a in fig. 4 according to the present invention.
Detailed Description
The following describes the embodiments of the present invention in further detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.
By figure 1 to 5, including opening rectangle shell 1 up, the lower extreme of rectangle shell 1 is equipped with a plurality of landing legs 2 that are the rectangle and distribute, it is connected with axial fixed axle 3 around to rotate between the wall of rectangle shell 1 front and back both sides, fixed axle 3 upper end is equipped with service creeper 4 through two connecting blocks, service creeper 4 left end is articulated to have baffle 5, the kidney slot 6 that the left and right directions just link up around and is seted up respectively to the left end of wall of rectangle shell 1 front and back both sides, both ends are equipped with axial and can be in its waist slot 6 internal shift cylindrical rod 7 that corresponds the side around baffle 5 respectively, the coaxial worm wheel 8 that is equipped with in fixed axle 3 middle part, the left and right sides is equipped with fixed plate 9 respectively in the rectangle shell 1, it is connected with about to rotate between two fixed plate 9 and.
In order to drive the worm 10 to rotate, the right end of the worm 10 penetrates through the fixing plate 9 and is coaxially provided with a first bevel gear 11, the front side wall of the rectangular shell 1 is rotatably connected with a rotating shaft 12 in the front-rear axial direction, and the rear end of the rotating shaft 12 is coaxially provided with a second bevel gear 13 meshed with the first bevel gear 11.
In order to better protect the patient, the front end and the rear end of the rectangular shell 1 are respectively provided with a guardrail 14.
In order to increase the comfort of the patient, the back side of the upper end surface of the lying plate 4 is provided with an L-shaped pillow 15 which is high at the left and low at the right.
In order to increase the stability of the rotating shaft 12, a supporting plate 16 is arranged at the right side in the rectangular shell 1 in front of the second bevel gear 13, and the rotating shaft 12 is rotatably connected with the supporting plate 16.
In order to rotate the rotating shaft 12 conveniently, the front end of the rotating shaft 12 penetrates through the rectangular shell 1 and is provided with a crank 17.
When the utility model is used, firstly, the lying plate 4 and the baffle 5 in the device are set to be in the horizontal initial state, then the patient lies on the lying plate 4, the head of the patient is placed at the right end of the L-shaped pillow 15, and the patient is in the supine posture at the moment;
when a patient needs to lie on one side, the crank 17 is rotated clockwise, the crank 17 drives the rotating shaft 12 to rotate clockwise between the supporting plate 16 and the rectangular shell 1, the rotating shaft 12 drives the second bevel gear 13 to rotate clockwise, the second bevel gear 13 drives the first bevel gear 11 to rotate clockwise, the first bevel gear 11 drives the worm 10 to rotate clockwise between the two fixing plates 9, the worm 10 drives the worm wheel 8 to rotate anticlockwise, the worm wheel 8 drives the fixing shaft 3 to rotate anticlockwise between the front side wall and the rear side wall of the rectangular shell 1, the fixing shaft 3 drives the lying plate 4 to swing leftwards around the axis of the fixing shaft 3 through the two connecting blocks, the lying plate 4 drives the right end of the baffle 5 to move downwards, the left end of the baffle 5 drives the two cylindrical rods 7 to respectively slide in the kidney-shaped grooves 6 on the corresponding sides of the baffle 5, and;
the service life of the patient is prolonged, the service life of.
Compared with the prior art, the beneficial effects of the utility model are that: the worm wheel and the worm that are equipped with, the accessible service creeper drives the patient swing, make the patient become the posture of lying on one's side from lying on the back, the pivot of being equipped with, drive the worm through first bevel gear and second bevel gear and rotate, and medical staff rotates the crank and can rotate the pivot, the angle that medical staff of being convenient for adjusted the patient and lie on one's side, the baffle that is equipped with, can play fine supporting role to the patient of lying on one's side, the L shape pillow that is equipped with, effectively prevent that the patient head from hitting the baffle, this simple structure, the design is novel, high durability and convenient use.

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1. A post-operation body position supporting device for congenital heart disease comprises a rectangular shell (1) with an upward opening, a plurality of supporting legs (2) which are distributed in a rectangular shape are arranged at the lower end of the rectangular shell (1), the novel rectangular shell is characterized in that a front axial fixing shaft (3) and a rear axial fixing shaft (3) are rotatably connected between the front side wall and the rear side wall of the rectangular shell (1), a lying plate (4) is arranged at the upper end of the fixing shaft (3) through two connecting blocks, a baffle (5) is hinged to the left end of the lying plate (4), a left-right-direction waist-shaped groove (6) which is through from front to back is formed in the left end of the front side wall and the rear side wall of the rectangular shell (1), a cylindrical rod (7) which is axial from front to back and can move in the waist-shaped groove (6) of the corresponding side of the baffle (5) is arranged at the front end and the rear end of the baffle (5), a worm wheel (8) is coaxially arranged in the middle of the fixing shaft (3.
2. The post-congenital heart disease posture supporting device according to claim 1, wherein a first bevel gear (11) is coaxially arranged at the right end of the worm (10) and penetrates through the fixing plate (9), a front-back axial rotating shaft (12) is rotatably connected to the front side wall of the rectangular shell (1), and a second bevel gear (13) meshed with the first bevel gear (11) is coaxially arranged at the rear end of the rotating shaft (12).
3. The post-congenital heart disease posture support device according to claim 1, wherein guardrails (14) are respectively arranged at the front end and the rear end of the rectangular shell (1).
4. The post-congenital heart disease posture support device according to claim 1, wherein the back side of the upper end face of the lying plate (4) is provided with an L-shaped pillow (15) with a high left side and a low right side.
5. The post-congenital heart disease posture supporting device according to claim 1, wherein a supporting plate (16) located in front of the second bevel gear (13) is arranged on the right side in the rectangular shell (1), and the rotating shaft (12) is rotatably connected with the supporting plate (16).
6. The post-congenital heart disease posture support device according to claim 2, wherein the front end of the rotating shaft (12) penetrates through the rectangular shell (1) and is provided with a crank (17).
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