CN213310021U - Silk protein sewing machine - Google Patents

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CN213310021U
CN213310021U CN201821327660.0U CN201821327660U CN213310021U CN 213310021 U CN213310021 U CN 213310021U CN 201821327660 U CN201821327660 U CN 201821327660U CN 213310021 U CN213310021 U CN 213310021U
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陈孟专
谭国斌
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The utility model relates to a silk protein sewing machine, which mainly comprises a main body, a spray head, a material box, a start key and a data display unit. This is according to the technical of three-dimensional printing and the structural design of this fibroin sewing machine, uses fibroin as the main material simultaneously, utilizes the pure nature of silk, high absorption and the characteristic that low rewet oozes to provide the wound and recovers the rate and make the wound be difficult for leaving the scar to the process of sewing the wound still has advantages simple and convenient, quick, low manpower and time cost.

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Silk protein sewing machine
Technical Field
The utility model relates to the technical field of a spraying device, in particular to a fibroin sewing machine which can spray fibroin and is applied to wound sewing.
Background
With the advancement of medical science and technology, minimally invasive surgery (minimally invasive surgery) enables medical staff to control the size of the postoperative wound of a patient and effectively prevent postoperative infection. The early minimally invasive surgery is a finger-dedicated laparoscopic surgery, but the minimally invasive surgery is widely applied to various surgeries of other parts of a human body at present. It should be understood that when performing traditional surgery (Open surgery), the surgical field of the medical practitioner is affected if the surgical wound of the patient is too small. In contrast, endoscopic minimally invasive surgery, aided by advanced imaging systems, can maintain a good surgical field of view with proper control over the size of the surgical wound. More importantly, the degree of postoperative pain of the traditional operation is high, but the degree of postoperative pain of the minimally invasive operation is low. However, regardless of whether conventional or minimally invasive surgical techniques are used, the wound must be closed for the patient after the procedure is completed.
The traditional way of sewing wounds with surgical sutures is particularly demanding on the skill, skill and concentration of the operator, and the sewing speed is slow and time consuming, resulting in long anesthesia times for the patient. In addition, the patient must return to the hospital several days later to remove the surgical suture. It can be seen that the conventional way of sewing a wound using a surgical suture has disadvantages of easy scarring, long sewing time, increased labor and time costs for subsequent wound care, and the operator has to exercise for a long time. However, in either of the above-mentioned methods of suturing or stapling wounds, the skin is inevitably under puncture stress, which results in local fibrosis and scar formation of the tissue at the wound due to the decrease of blood flow and oxygen content at the wound.
In order to overcome the above-mentioned disadvantages, a conventional wound closure patch has been proposed, and fig. 1 shows a perspective view of the conventional wound closure patch. As shown in the figure, when the wound closure patch 1 ' is used, the base material 9 ' is firstly torn off, the wound closure patch 1 ' is adhered to the skin on both sides of the wound, the wound closure is adjusted by oppositely tensioning the long ends 10 ' of the plurality of wires 4 ', and the long ends 10 ' of the plurality of wires 4 ' are tied to at least one line groove 3 ' of one suture side surface 2 '. If the wound is not tied, the operator can also readjust the closure of the wound by pulling one of the short ends 11 ' of the plurality of wires 4 ' toward each other and tying the short end 11 ' of the plurality of wires 4 ' to the wireway 3 '. Although the wound closure patch 1' described above can solve the disadvantages of the conventional suture sewing wound that an operator must exercise for a long time and easily scars, and effectively close the wound of a patient. However, this wound suture patch 1' still has the following disadvantages:
(1) the existing wound closure patch 1' is only suitable for use on wounds having a flat surface around the wound, and the wound must be a clean linear wound such as a wound that is cut during surgery. In addition, when the medical staff uses the wound closure patch 1 ', the plurality of wires 4 ' need to be pulled up one by one and evenly applied, and then tied to the corresponding wire grooves 3 '. Therefore, the wound closure patch 1' still has high costs in labor and time required for use and a drawback that it cannot be applied to various wounds.
As can be seen from the above, the existing wound closure patches still have shortcomings. In view of the above, the present inventors have made intensive studies and have finally developed a novel silk fibroin sewing machine.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
Unlike the existing wound suture patches, they have high costs in labor and time required for use and have disadvantages in that they cannot be applied to various wounds. The novel silk protein sewing machine comprises a main body, a spray head, a material box, a starting key, a data display unit, a pushing unit, a main control unit, an energy storage unit and a wireless communication unit. This novel mainly is according to the technical of three-dimensional printing and this fibroin sewing machine's structural design, uses fibroin to be the main material simultaneously, utilizes the pure nature of silk, high absorption and the characteristic that low rewet oozes to provide the wound recovery rate and makes the wound be difficult for leaving the scar to the process of sewing the wound still has advantages simple and convenient, quick, low manpower and time cost.
To achieve the above-mentioned objective of the present invention, the present inventors provide an embodiment of the silk fibroin sewing machine, comprising:
a main body, a side edge of which is formed with a tabling groove;
a nozzle arranged at one end of the main body;
a material box embedded in the embedding groove;
a start key arranged at the side of the main body and below the tabling groove; and
a data display unit embedded in the other end of the main body;
wherein, applying a pressure to the start key can make a silk material contained in the material box be sprayed out through the nozzle.
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FIG. 1 shows a perspective view of a prior art wound closure patch;
fig. 2 shows a first perspective view of a silk fibroin sewing machine of the present invention;
fig. 3 shows an exploded view of the silk fibroin sewing machine of the present invention;
fig. 4 shows a second perspective view of the novel silk fibroin sewing machine; and
fig. 5 shows a perspective view of the novel silk fibroin sewing machine.
The main symbols in the figures illustrate:
1 fibroin sewing machine
11 main body
111 fitting groove
12 spray head
13 Material Cartridge
14 start key
15 data display unit
16 coaming
1' wound suture patch
2' sewn side
3' wire groove
4' wire rod
9' base material
10' long end
11' short end
Detailed Description
In order to more clearly describe the fibroin sewing machine proposed by the present invention, the following description will be made in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.
Referring to fig. 2, a first perspective view of the silk fibroin sewing machine of the present invention is shown. Also refer to fig. 3, which shows an exploded view of the silk fibroin sewing machine of the present invention. As shown in the figure, this neotype fibroin sewing machine 1 includes: a main body 11, a nozzle 12, a material cartridge 13, a start key 14, and a data display unit 15; wherein, a fitting groove 111 is formed on the side of the main body 11. The head 12 is provided at one end of the body 11. Further, the material cartridge 13 is fitted in the fitting groove 111. More specifically, the start key 14 is disposed at a side of the main body 11 and below the fitting groove 111; and the data display unit 15 is embedded in the other end of the main body 11. Thus, when a user applies a pressure to the activation key 14, a silk material contained in the material cartridge 13 is ejected through the nozzle 12.
With continuing reference to fig. 2 and 3, fig. 4 is a second perspective view of the silk fibroin sewing machine of the present invention. The silk fibroin sewing machine 1 further comprises a pushing unit arranged in the main body 11. Wherein, after applying the pressure to the start key 14, the start key 14 starts the pushing unit to push the silk material in the material box 13, so that the silk material is ejected through the nozzle 12. In more detail, the fibroin sewing machine 1 further includes: the wireless communication device comprises a main control unit, an energy storage unit and a wireless communication unit. In addition, the main control unit is disposed in the main body 11 and electrically connected to the push unit. Furthermore, the energy storage unit is disposed in the main body 11 and electrically connected to the main control unit and the data display unit 15, and the wireless communication unit is disposed in the main body 11 and electrically connected to the main control unit. It should be noted that the main control unit can receive data through the wireless communication unit, such as the current time, the usage time, the used dose, the remaining dose, the total usage amount, and the like, and further the main control unit displays the corresponding data on the data display unit 15.
Bearing the above, this neotype fibroin sewing machine 1 still includes a bounding wall 16, forms on this main part 11 and is located this start key 14 around for this start key 14 is avoided other personnel or object mistake to touch this start key 14 simultaneously in the protection. Please refer to fig. 5, which shows a schematic perspective view of the silk fibroin sewing machine of the present invention. As can be seen, the outer side of the material box 13 is arc-shaped for making the operation more comfortable for the user and facilitating the user to view the data display unit 15 when using the fibroin sewing machine 1. It should be noted that the nozzle 12 includes a discharge hole, and the aperture of the discharge hole is between 10 mm and 25 mm. Also, the material cartridge 13 includes a silk supplement bag for containing the silk material.
Thus, the technical features and the perspective view of the novel silk fibroin sewing machine are completely and clearly illustrated, and the following advantages can be obtained:
(1) different from the existing wound suture patches, the wound suture patches have the defects of high cost of labor and time required for use and incapability of being suitable for various wounds. The utility model relates to a silk protein sewing machine, it includes a main part, a shower nozzle, a material casket, a start key, a data display element, one pushes away for unit, a main control unit, an energy storage unit and a wireless communication unit. This novel mainly is according to the technical of three-dimensional printing and this fibroin sewing machine's structural design, uses fibroin to be the main material simultaneously, utilizes the pure nature of silk, high absorption and the characteristic that low rewet oozes to provide the wound recovery rate and makes the wound be difficult for leaving the scar, and the process of sewing the wound has also brought advantages simple and convenient, quick, low manpower and time cost.
It should be emphasized that the above detailed description is specific to a possible embodiment of the present invention, but this embodiment is not intended to limit the scope of the present invention, and all equivalent implementations or modifications that do not depart from the spirit of the present invention should be embraced in the claims.

Claims (6)

1. A fibroin sewing machine comprising:
a main body, a side edge of which is formed with a tabling groove;
a nozzle arranged at one end of the main body;
a material box embedded in the embedding groove;
a start key arranged at the side of the main body and below the tabling groove; and
a data display unit embedded in the other end of the main body;
wherein, applying a pressure to the start key can make a silk material contained in the material box be sprayed out through the nozzle.
2. The fibroin sewing machine of claim 1, further comprising:
the main control unit is arranged in the main body and is electrically connected with the pushing unit;
the energy storage unit is arranged in the main body and is electrically connected with the main control unit and the data display unit; and
and the wireless communication unit is arranged in the main body and is electrically connected with the main control unit.
3. The fibroin sewing machine of claim 1, further comprising:
a coaming formed on the main body and around the start key.
4. The fibroin sewing machine of claim 1 wherein the outer side edges of the material cartridge are arcuate.
5. The fibroin sewing machine of claim 1 wherein the nozzle comprises a discharge opening, and the diameter of the discharge opening is between 10 mm and 25 mm.
6. The fibroin sewing machine of claim 1 wherein the material cartridge comprises a silk supplement bag for receiving the silk material.
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