CN213526994U - Anesthesia ventilation mask - Google Patents

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CN213526994U
CN213526994U CN202021267103.1U CN202021267103U CN213526994U CN 213526994 U CN213526994 U CN 213526994U CN 202021267103 U CN202021267103 U CN 202021267103U CN 213526994 U CN213526994 U CN 213526994U
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The utility model discloses an anesthesia ventilation mask, which comprises a mask body and an oropharynx air duct; also comprises an oropharynx air duct adjusting device; the oropharynx air duct adjusting device comprises a depth adjusting valve and a radial adjusting mechanism; the oropharynx air duct penetrates through the mask body; a depth regulating valve is arranged at the joint of the oropharynx air duct and the mask body; the oropharynx air duct is movably connected with the mask body through a depth adjusting valve; the radial adjusting mechanism is arranged on the outer wall of the oropharynx air duct; the utility model discloses the technical scheme solution that takes is when first aid rescue, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, painless bronchoscope or general anesthesia, and the technical threshold that implements effective mechanical ventilation requires highly, and medical staff adjusts the depth and the radial position of oropharynx air vent and is difficult for targetting in place, leads to unable quick, convenient and effectual problem of establishing effectively ventilating.

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Anesthesia ventilation mask
Technical Field
The utility model relates to a respirator technical field, concretely relates to anesthesia face guard of ventilating.
Background
The respirator uses the face mask to carry out non-invasive mechanical ventilation, when the patient has the situations of sudden respiratory arrest, general anesthesia or moderate-depth tranquilization and the like, the patient often has tongue tenesmus and cannot ensure effective ventilation, and the face mask needs to be taken down and replaced by a laryngeal mask or an endotracheal tube to carry out the invasive mechanical ventilation. Senior specialists (e.g., anesthesiologists, respirators, ICU physicians) are able to proficient in performing endotracheal intubation or laryngeal mask placement within minutes, but more often, young and non-specialists are unable to do proficient intubation for short periods of time.
The solution of the above situation is two, one is that the mask is firstly ventilated, and then the ventilation is changed into the ventilation of a laryngeal mask or an endotracheal tube; secondly, the laryngeal mask or the endotracheal tube is inserted immediately for mechanical ventilation. The former has low requirements on the technical level of a rescuer, but the speed delays the rescue time so as to influence the success rate of the rescue, and meanwhile, the cost is high and the treatment cost is increased. The latter has high requirement on the self intubation level of the rescuer and cannot be popularized and applied clinically.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
An object of the utility model is to provide an anesthesia face guard of ventilating solves when first aid rescue, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, painless bronchoscope or general anesthesia, and the technical threshold of implementing effective mechanical ventilation requires highly, and medical staff adjusts the depth and the radial position of oropharynx air vent and is difficult for targetting in place, leads to unable quick, convenient and effectual problem of effectively ventilating of establishing.
In order to solve the technical problem, the utility model adopts the following technical scheme: an anesthesia ventilation mask comprises a mask body and an oropharynx air duct; also comprises an oropharynx air duct adjusting device; the oropharynx air duct adjusting device comprises a depth adjusting valve and a radial adjusting mechanism; the oropharynx air duct penetrates through the mask body; a depth regulating valve is arranged at the joint of the oropharynx air duct and the mask body; the oropharynx air duct is movably connected with the mask body through a depth adjusting valve; the radial adjusting mechanism is arranged on the outer wall of the oropharynx air duct;
further, the radial adjustment mechanism comprises a balloon and a balloon catheter; the air bag is arranged on the outer wall of the oropharyngeal airway, and is positioned in the oropharyngeal cavity of a patient when in use; the air bag catheter is arranged on the outer wall of the oropharynx air passage and penetrates through the mask body; the air outlet end of the air bag conduit is communicated with the interior of the air bag;
furthermore, the four air bags are uniformly distributed at one end of the oropharynx air duct; the four balloon catheters are uniformly distributed on the outer wall of the oropharynx air passage;
further, the balloon catheter is adhered to the outer wall of the oropharyngeal airway; a sleeve is also arranged on the oropharynx air duct; the sleeve is connected with four balloon catheters;
further, the air bag is a cylindrical bag; the air bag is adhered to the outer wall of the oropharynx air duct;
further, the oropharyngeal airway comprises a cushion part and a pharyngeal bending part; the cross section of the pharyngeal bend part is oval;
furthermore, a mask inflation port is arranged on the edge of the mask body;
furthermore, a headband fixing device is arranged on the surface of one side of the mask body;
a further technical solution is that the oropharyngeal airway is connected to a ventilator or respirator.
Compared with the prior art, the beneficial effects of the utility model are one of following at least:
1. the depth adjusting valve is arranged at the joint of the mask body and the oropharynx air duct, so that the depth adjusting and fixing of the oropharynx air duct are facilitated, a relatively closed space is formed at the inner side of the mask body, and meanwhile, the depth adjusting valve is completely loosened, so that the oropharynx air duct is detached and withdrawn from the mask body;
2. the radial adjusting mechanism is arranged on the outer wall of the oropharyngeal airway, so that fine adjustment of the radial direction of the part of the oropharyngeal airway extending into the oropharyngeal cavity of a patient can be favorably carried out, the tightness degree of connection between the oropharyngeal airway and the oropharyngeal cavity is favorably realized, and effective ventilation is favorably realized;
3. the utility model solves the problems that when in emergency treatment, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, painless bronchoscope or general anesthesia, medical staff can quickly and conveniently establish effective ventilation without higher technical threshold requirements; if necessary, the specialist can use the utility model to perform corresponding endoscope operation with the bronchofiberscope.
The utility model discloses a use method does: when the patient has respiratory sudden cardiac arrest, general anesthesia or moderate and deep sedation, and the like, the mask with the corresponding model is selected according to the size of the face of the patient before the device is used; firstly, one end of an oropharyngeal airway is placed into the pharyngeal cavity of a patient through a mouth, and the bite block part is placed at the incisor part so that the patient can bite the teeth; then the mask body is sleeved into the oropharynx air duct and is fixed on the face of the patient by a head band; the depth, the up, down, left and right directions and other directions of the oropharynx air duct are adjusted by adjusting the valve and inflating the air bag, and then the oropharynx air duct is fixed by the adjusting valve. One end of the oropharynx air duct extending out of the mask body is connected with a breathing loop extension tube with a sputum suction port and then connected with a breathing machine or a simple respirator for ventilation; observing the oxygen saturation of the finger of the patient or the ventilation parameter condition of the breathing machine, and if necessary, adjusting the finger through the oropharynx air duct adjusting device again to achieve the satisfactory ventilation state; or if necessary, the bronchofiberscope can be introduced into the respiratory circuit extension tube with the sputum suction port, namely the oropharyngeal airway, for corresponding operation. If the device needs to be taken out, the air bag can be loosened to release the pressure, so that the inner air bag and the outer air bag can be contracted and restored; the device is removed after the mask head band is loosened.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of the present invention.
Fig. 2 is a schematic diagram of the oropharyngeal airway structure.
In the drawings: 1. a mask body; 2. oropharyngeal airway; 201. a cushion portion; 202. the pharyngeal bend; 3. a depth adjusting valve; 4. a radial adjustment mechanism; 401. an air bag; 402. a balloon catheter; 5. a sleeve; 6. a mask inflation port; 7. a headband fixing device.
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In order to make the objects, technical solutions and advantages of the present invention more clearly understood, the present invention is further described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings and embodiments. It should be understood that the specific embodiments described herein are merely illustrative of the invention and are not intended to limit the invention.
Example 1: as shown in fig. 1 and 2, an anesthetic breathing mask comprises a mask body 1 and an oropharyngeal airway 2; also comprises an oropharynx air duct 2 adjusting device; the oropharynx air duct 2 adjusting device comprises a depth adjusting valve 3 and a radial adjusting mechanism 4; the oropharynx air duct 2 penetrates through the mask body 1; a depth regulating valve 3 is arranged at the joint of the oropharynx air duct 2 and the mask body 1; the oropharynx air duct 2 is movably connected with the mask body 1 through a depth regulating valve 3; the radial adjusting mechanism 4 is arranged on the outer wall of the oropharynx air duct 2; in the embodiment, the depth regulating valve 3 of the oropharyngeal airway 2 adopts a conventional depth regulating valve 3, and any one depth regulating valve 3 with reasonable structure and connection mode can be selected according to the requirement; in this embodiment, depth governing valve 3 can adopt sleeve and screw rod structure, and oropharynx air vent 2 passes the sleeve, loosens and fixes oropharynx air vent 2 through the elasticity screw rod, is favorable to adjusting and fixed oropharynx air vent 2's the depth of insertion as required. In the embodiment, the manufacturing materials of all the structures are made of conventional materials which are non-toxic, non-irritant, do not cause anaphylactic reaction and can be disinfected and not be degraded, the outer wall of the material is required to be smooth, the texture is required to be soft, and the material has good elasticity, hardness and plasticity, and any reasonable material can be selected according to the requirement; in the embodiment, in order to meet different requirements of clinical patients, masks with different sizes and models can be designed, and the size range can be reasonably selected according to requirements.
The depth regulating valve 3 is arranged at the joint of the mask body 1 and the oropharynx air duct 2, so that the depth regulating and fixing of the oropharynx air duct 2 are facilitated, a relatively closed space is formed at the inner side of the mask body, and meanwhile, the depth regulating valve 3 is completely loosened, so that the oropharynx air duct 2 can be detached and withdrawn from the mask body 1; the radial adjusting mechanism 4 is arranged on the outer wall of the oropharyngeal airway 2, so that fine adjustment of the radial direction of the part of the oropharyngeal airway 2 extending into the oropharyngeal cavity of a patient can be favorably carried out, the tightness degree of connection between the oropharyngeal airway 2 and the oropharyngeal cavity is favorably realized, and effective ventilation is favorably realized; when the utility model is used for emergency treatment, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, painless bronchoscope or general anesthesia, the medical staff can quickly and conveniently establish effective ventilation without higher technical threshold requirements; if necessary, the specialist can use the utility model to perform corresponding endoscope operation with the bronchofiberscope.
The radial adjustment mechanism 4 comprises a balloon 401 and a balloon catheter 402; the air bag 401 is arranged on the outer wall of the oropharyngeal airway 2, and when the air bag 401 is used, the air bag is positioned in the oropharyngeal cavity of a patient; the balloon catheter 402 is arranged on the outer wall of the oropharyngeal airway 2 and penetrates through the mask body 1; the air outlet end of the balloon catheter 402 is communicated with the interior of the balloon 401; in this embodiment, the balloon 401 and the balloon catheter 402 are made of conventional materials which are non-toxic, non-irritating, do not cause allergic reactions, can be disinfected and do not deteriorate, and the outer wall of the materials is required to be smooth, the texture is required to be soft, and the materials have good elasticity, hardness and plasticity, and any reasonable material can be selected according to the requirements; the balloon catheter 402 may be connected to an external balloon 401 for inflation, or may be connected to any other suitable gas delivery device for inflating and deflating the balloon 401. The outer wall of the oropharyngeal airway 2 is provided with an air bag 401, the air bag 401 is inflated through an air bag catheter 402 communicated with the air bag 401, and the fine adjustment of the direction of the part of the oropharyngeal airway 2 extending into the oropharyngeal cavity of a patient is facilitated through the expansion and contraction of the air bag 401; the air bag 401 is arranged on the outer wall of the oropharyngeal airway 2, which is beneficial to improving the tightness degree of the connection between the oropharyngeal airway 2 and the oropharyngeal cavity and is beneficial to effective ventilation; gasbag 401 sets up on oropharynx airway 2 outer walls, and lies in patient's oropharynx intracavity during the use, is favorable to avoiding oropharynx airway 2 to damage pharyngeal mucosa through gasbag 401, is favorable to improving oropharynx airway 2's security performance, is favorable to quick, convenient and effectual establishment effectively to ventilate.
The air bags 401 comprise four air bags which are uniformly distributed at one end of the oropharynx air passage 2; the balloon catheters 402 comprise four and are evenly distributed on the outer wall of the oropharyngeal airway 2; gasbag 401 includes four, can carry out nimble regulation in four radial position of oropharynx air vent 2, is favorable to improving the regulation effect, and gasbag 401 evenly distributed can the symmetry set up at four upper, lower, left and right sites, is favorable to improving the regulation effect. The air bag 401 is arranged at the end part, so that the adjusting effect in the oropharyngeal cavity of a patient can be improved, and quick, convenient and effective ventilation can be established.
The balloon catheter 402 is bonded to the outer wall of the oropharyngeal airway 2; the oropharynx air duct 2 is also provided with a sleeve 5; the sleeve 5 is connected with four balloon catheters 402; in this embodiment, the balloon catheter 402 is bonded to the outer wall of the oropharyngeal airway 2 by a conventional bonding method, and any bonding method can be selected as required, so that two relatively independent gas channels are formed between the balloon catheter 402 and the oropharyngeal airway 2 as much as possible. The sleeve 5 facilitates bundling of the four balloon catheters 402, facilitating fixation and use. In this embodiment, the cannula 5 may be a conventional cannula 5, and any one of the cannulas 5 having a reasonable structure may be selected as needed, and the four balloon catheters 402 and the oropharyngeal airway 2 may be fitted in the cannula 5.
The air bag 401 is a cylindrical bag; the air bag 401 is adhered to the outer wall of the oropharyngeal airway 2; in this embodiment, the air bag 401 is an ellipsoidal cylindrical bag, which is beneficial to expanding the adjustment range, and the curved surface of the cylindrical bag is beneficial to improving the tightness of connection with the oropharyngeal cavity, thereby being beneficial to effective ventilation; in addition, the smooth curved surface is favorable for avoiding the oropharyngeal airway 2 from damaging pharyngeal mucosa and improving the safety performance of the oropharyngeal airway 2.
The oropharynx air duct 2 comprises a bite block part 201 and a pharynx bending part 202; the cross section of the pharyngeal bend 202 is oval; in this embodiment, the pharyngeal bending portion 202 is an ellipse, and the minor axis of the ellipse is not less than 16mm, so that the bronchofiberscope can pass through smoothly.
The edge of the mask body 1 is provided with a mask inflation inlet 6; in this embodiment, the mask inflation port 6 is a conventional mask inflation port 6, which is advantageous for inflating the mask.
A headband fixing device 7 is arranged on the surface of one side of the mask body 1; in this embodiment, the headband fixing means 7 is a conventional head-mounted fixing means for fixing with the headband.
The oropharyngeal airway 2 is connected to a ventilator or respirator; in this embodiment, the outer end of oropharyngeal airway 2 can be connected with the respiratory loop extension tube with sputum suction port, and then connected with a respirator or a simple respirator for ventilation, which is beneficial to fast, convenient and effective establishment of effective ventilation.
Although the invention has been described herein with reference to a number of illustrative embodiments thereof, it should be understood that numerous other modifications and embodiments can be devised by those skilled in the art that will fall within the spirit and scope of the principles of this invention. More specifically, various variations and modifications are possible in the component parts and/or arrangements of the subject combination arrangement within the scope of the disclosure, the drawings and the appended claims. In addition to variations and modifications in the component parts and/or arrangements, other uses will also be apparent to those skilled in the art.

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1. An anesthesia ventilation mask comprises a mask body (1) and an oropharynx air duct (2); the method is characterized in that: also comprises an oropharynx air duct (2) adjusting device; the oropharynx air duct (2) adjusting device comprises a depth adjusting valve (3) and a radial adjusting mechanism (4); the oropharynx air duct (2) penetrates through the mask body (1); a depth adjusting valve (3) is arranged at the joint of the oropharynx air duct (2) and the mask body (1); the oropharynx air duct (2) is movably connected with the mask body (1) through a depth adjusting valve (3); the radial adjusting mechanism (4) is arranged on the outer wall of the oropharynx air duct (2).
2. The anesthetic breathing mask of claim 1 wherein: the radial adjustment mechanism (4) comprises a balloon (401) and a balloon catheter (402); the air bag (401) is arranged on the outer wall of the oropharyngeal airway (2), and the air bag (401) is positioned in the oropharyngeal cavity of a patient when in use; the balloon catheter (402) is arranged on the outer wall of the oropharynx air passage (2) and penetrates through the mask body (1); the air outlet end of the balloon catheter (402) is communicated with the interior of the balloon (401).
3. The anesthetic breathing mask of claim 2 wherein: the air bags (401) comprise four air bags which are uniformly distributed at one end of the oropharynx air passage (2); the balloon catheter (402) comprises four balloon catheters which are evenly distributed on the outer wall of the oropharyngeal airway (2).
4. The anesthetic breathing mask of claim 3 wherein: the balloon catheter (402) is adhered to the outer wall of the oropharyngeal airway (2); a sleeve (5) is also arranged on the oropharynx air duct (2); the sleeve (5) is connected with four balloon catheters (402).
5. The anesthetic breathing mask of claim 2 wherein: the balloon (401) is a cylindrical balloon; the air bag (401) is adhered to the outer wall of the oropharynx air duct (2).
6. The anesthetic breathing mask of claim 1 wherein: the oropharyngeal airway (2) comprises a cushion part (201) and a pharyngeal bend part (202); the cross section of the pharyngeal bend (202) is oval.
7. The anesthetic breathing mask of claim 1 wherein: the edge of the mask body (1) is provided with a mask inflation inlet (6).
8. The anesthetic breathing mask of claim 1 wherein: a headband fixing device (7) is arranged on the surface of one side of the mask body (1).
9. The anesthetic breathing mask of claim 1 wherein: the oropharyngeal airway (2) is connected to a respirator or ventilator.
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