CN214965332U - Double-sleeve laryngeal mask for anesthesia endoscope - Google Patents

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CN214965332U
CN214965332U CN202120342238.8U CN202120342238U CN214965332U CN 214965332 U CN214965332 U CN 214965332U CN 202120342238 U CN202120342238 U CN 202120342238U CN 214965332 U CN214965332 U CN 214965332U
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The utility model relates to a double cannula laryngeal mask for anesthesia scope. The laryngeal mask includes at least a first balloon portion and a second balloon portion. At least one first collapsible portion can be disposed in a first direction between the first balloon portion and the second balloon portion. The first balloon portion, the second balloon portion and the first collapsible portion can form a laryngeal mask. Under the condition that the first telescopic part can be expanded and contracted through inflation or deflation, the first telescopic part is detachably connected between the first balloon part and the second balloon part in a manner that the shape of a laryngeal mask consisting of the first balloon part, the second balloon part and the first telescopic part can be adjusted through expansion and contraction so as to adapt to the oropharynx parts of different patients.

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Double-sleeve laryngeal mask for anesthesia endoscope
Technical Field
The utility model relates to the technical field of medical equipment, especially, relate to a double cannula laryngeal mask for anesthesia scope.
Background
Since the invention of the laryngeal mask in 1981, it has been widely used for clinical anesthesia. The laryngeal mask is used as a special supraglottic ventilation tool, and has the advantages of simple and convenient operation, easy mastering, high success rate of placing by beginners, small stimulation to air passages, tolerance under shallow anesthesia, more stable hemodynamics of patients in induction and recovery periods, less complication after laryngeal mask operation and the like. Therefore, the laryngeal mask has become the most important airway device outside the tracheal tube at present, and is widely used for airway management of patients in general anesthesia operation at home and abroad, treatment of emergency airways and intubation of difficult airways. Currently, there are three types of laryngeal masks commonly used by adults: the selection is carried out according to the actual weight provided by a laryngeal mask manufacturer, namely, the laryngeal mask No. 3 is selected for 30-50 kg of weight, the laryngeal mask No. 4 is selected for 50-70 kg of weight, and the laryngeal mask No. 5 is selected for more than 70kg of weight. Each patient selects the laryngeal mask with the corresponding model according to the weight of the patient, however, in the clinical practical use process, the laryngeal mask selected according to the actual weight cannot achieve satisfactory ventilation when in use, because the laryngeal mask model selected according to the weight of the patient is not suitable, the glottis of the patient cannot be completely sealed at the mask opening, so that air leakage occurs in ventilation, the laryngeal mask model needs to be replaced at the moment, the original unmatched laryngeal mask is pulled out, and the laryngeal mask with the size of one larger or one smaller is selected again to be placed until the satisfactory ventilation is achieved. Therefore, once the laryngeal mask is changed, the original laryngeal mask needs to be pulled out and a new laryngeal mask needs to be placed again, so that extra oropharyngeal injury can be caused to the patient; in addition, the unmatched laryngeal mask also incurs a certain financial loss to the patient, since it is charged a certain amount. Therefore, there is a need for a new type of double cannula laryngeal mask for use with an anesthetic endoscope.
For example, chinese patent publication No. CN209137659U discloses a double cannula laryngeal mask for an anesthetic endoscope that includes an integral silicone balloon. This integral type silica gel sacculus is provided with the sputum and collects the chamber. The one end of integral type silica gel sacculus is provided with the breather pipe to the integral type silica gel sacculus still is provided with the air vent with the equal inside intercommunication in breather pipe and sputum collection chamber. The inboard in sputum collection chamber is provided with the both ends and all runs through the pipe of putting into of integral type silica gel sacculus and put into the inboard fixed outer tube that has cup jointed to be located breather pipe one side. The inboard cover of outer tube is equipped with inner tube and the tip of inner tube is provided with and is used for dismantling the joint subassembly of being connected with the outer tube. The utility model discloses an adopt the double cannula setting that outer tube and inner tube combine to can make the card post stretch out then and make outer tube and inner tube can separate from the draw-in groove through the joint subassembly that sets up when making the laryngeal mask can be used for using with the gastroscope cooperation through the setting. However, the utility model still has the following technical disadvantages: because the utility model that this utility model laryngeal mask can be changed only has three kinds, and when patient or the laryngeal mask model that medical staff chooseed for use do not necessarily match completely with patient's oropharynx, still need change original laryngeal mask, consequently still need pull out original unmatched laryngeal mask, so just can cause extra oropharynx damage for the patient, also lead to the fact certain economic loss for the patient simultaneously. Therefore, it is necessary to improve the prior art against the deficiency thereof.
Furthermore, on the one hand, due to the differences in understanding to the person skilled in the art; on the other hand, since the inventor studied a lot of documents and patents when making the present invention, but the space limit did not list all details and contents in detail, however, this is by no means the present invention does not possess these prior art features, on the contrary the present invention has possessed all features of the prior art, and the applicant reserves the right to increase the related prior art in the background art.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
To the deficiency of the prior art, the utility model provides a double cannula laryngeal mask for anesthesia endoscope, it includes first gasbag portion and second gasbag portion at least. At least one first stretchable and contractible portion can be provided in the first direction between the first bag portion and the second bag portion. The first air bag portion, the second air bag portion and the first telescopic portion can form a laryngeal mask. Under the condition that the first telescopic part can be expanded and contracted through inflation or deflation, the first telescopic part is detachably connected between the first air bag part and the second air bag part in a manner that the shape of the laryngeal mask formed by the first air bag part, the second air bag part and the first telescopic part can be adjusted through expansion and contraction so as to adapt to the oropharynx parts of different patients.
According to a preferred embodiment, a first connection tube may be provided between the first and second balloon portions in order to facilitate inflation or deflation of the first and second balloon portions. The first collapsible portion is provided with a second connecting tube in a manner that can facilitate inflation or deflation of the first collapsible portion.
According to a preferred embodiment, the first bellows is provided with at least one second bellows in a second direction in such a way that the shape of the laryngeal mask formed by the first balloon portion, the second balloon portion and the first bellows can be further modified to accommodate the oropharynx of different patients. The second stretchable portion is provided with a third connection tube so that the second stretchable portion can be inflated or deflated.
According to a preferred embodiment, one end of the first connecting pipe, which is far away from the first and second air bag portions, is provided with a first inflation and deflation valve in a manner that the first and second air bag portions can be inflated or deflated conveniently. One end of the second connecting pipe, which is far away from the first telescopic part, is provided with a second inflation and deflation valve according to a mode which can facilitate inflation or deflation of the first telescopic part. And a third inflation and deflation valve is arranged at one end, far away from the second telescopic part, of the third connecting pipe in a mode of facilitating inflation or deflation of the second telescopic part.
According to a preferred embodiment, a sputum collection cavity is arranged in the laryngeal mask formed by the first air bag part, the second air bag part and the first telescopic part in a mode of conveniently collecting sputum and secretions of the oropharynx of the patient.
According to a preferred embodiment, the first air bag portion is provided with a ventilation tube in a manner that facilitates ventilation of the oropharynx of the patient. The sputum collection cavity is provided with an air vent communicated with the vent pipe.
According to a preferred embodiment, the sputum collection chamber is provided with an insertion tube in a manner that facilitates insertion of the gastroscope.
According to a preferred embodiment, the insertion tube is removably attached with an overtube in a manner that facilitates insertion of the gastroscope from outside the human mouth.
According to a preferred embodiment, the end of the outer sleeve remote from the laryngeal mask is provided with a one-way valve in such a way that reflux aspiration can be avoided.
According to a preferred embodiment, the end of the ventilation tube and the outer sleeve adjacent to the laryngeal mask is provided with an oropharyngeal cuff in such a way as to facilitate insertion of the laryngeal mask into the oropharynx of the patient.
The utility model discloses a beneficial technological effect includes at least:
this double cannula laryngeal mask includes first gasbag portion and second gasbag portion at least, can set up at least one first scalable portion between first gasbag portion and the second gasbag portion on the first direction, first gasbag portion, laryngeal mask can be constituteed to second gasbag portion and first scalable portion, can realize under flexible condition through aerifing or deflating in first scalable portion, first scalable portion detachably connects between first gasbag portion and second gasbag portion, so that first scalable portion can adjust first gasbag portion through flexible, the shape of the laryngeal mask that second gasbag portion and first scalable portion constitute is in order to adapt to different patient's oropharynx portion, thereby avoid changing the laryngeal mask repeatedly.
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FIG. 1 is a simplified schematic diagram of a preferred embodiment of the present invention;
figure 2 is a simplified schematic diagram of a preferred embodiment of the laryngeal mask of the invention.
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1: the laryngeal mask 2: first connecting pipe 3: second connecting pipe
4: third connecting pipe 5: first inflation/deflation valve 6: second inflation and deflation valve
7: third inflation/deflation valve 8: sputum collection chamber 9: vent pipe
10: vent hole 11: the inserting tube 12: outer sleeve
13: one-way valve 14: oropharynx patch 101: a first air bag part
102: second bag portion 103: first stretchable and contractible portion 104: second telescopic part
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The following detailed description is made with reference to the accompanying drawings.
As shown in fig. 1 and 2, a double-cannula laryngeal mask 1 for an anesthetic endoscope includes at least a first balloon portion 101 and a second balloon portion 102. At least one first bellows 103 can be disposed in the first direction between the first and second bag portions 101 and 102. The first bag portion 101, the second bag portion 102, and the first stretchable and contractible portion 103 can constitute the laryngeal mask 1. In the case where the first stretchable and contractible portion 103 is stretchable by inflation or deflation, the first stretchable and contractible portion 103 is detachably connected between the first bag portion 101 and the second bag portion 102 in such a manner that the shape of the laryngeal mask 1 composed of the first bag portion 101, the second bag portion 102, and the first stretchable and contractible portion 103 can be adjusted by stretching and contracting. Preferably, the first balloon portion 101 may employ a silicone balloon. Preferably, the first bladder portion 101 may have a semicircular ring shape to match the shape of the breathing passage of the oropharynx of the human body. Preferably, the second bladder portion 102 may also be semi-circular in shape to match the shape of the breathing passage of the oropharynx of the human body. Preferably, the first air bag part 101, the second air bag part 102 and the first telescopic part 103 can form the laryngeal mask 1 by means of adhesion. Preferably, the first air bag part 101, the second air bag part 102 and the first telescopic part 103 can also be assembled into the laryngeal mask 1 in other detachable modes. Preferably, the first bladder portion 101 may be located on the side of the laryngeal mask 1 that faces towards the patient's mouth when the laryngeal mask 1 is in use. Preferably, the second air bag portion 102 may be located on the side of the laryngeal mask 1 that is distal from the patient's mouth when the laryngeal mask 1 is in use. Preferably, the second bladder portion 102 may also be semi-circular to match the shape of the breathing passage of the oropharynx of a human. Preferably, the diameters of the first and second bag portions 101 and 102 may be the same. Preferably, the first telescopic part 103 may be a general medical air cushion. Preferably, the first stretchable and contractible portion 103 may be supported by other stretchable materials. Preferably, first collapsible portion 103 may be collapsible by being inflated or deflated. Preferably, the first stretchable and contractible portion 103 may have a cylindrical shape. Preferably, the diameter of the first bellows 103 may be the same as the diameter of the first and second balloon portions 101 and 102. Preferably, the first direction may be the same as the direction of the oropharyngeal breathing passage of the human body. Preferably, one first bag portion 101 and one second bag portion 102 may also constitute one laryngeal mask 1. Preferably, the first bellows 103 may be detachably connected between the first and second bag portions 101 and 102. Preferably, the number of the first stretchable and contractible portions 103 may be two. Preferably, the axial direction of the first telescopic part 103 may be the same as the direction of the breathing passage of the human body. Preferably, two first bellows portions 103 may be disposed at both sides of the first and second air bag portions 101 and 102, respectively, in the direction of the breathing passage of the human body. Preferably, first collapsible portion 103 may be inflated and deflated to achieve the collapse of first collapsible portion 103. Preferably, the first telescopic portion 103 may also take other forms to achieve the extension and retraction of the first telescopic portion 103.
According to a preferred embodiment, a first connection tube 2 may be provided between the first and second bag portions 101 and 102 in order to facilitate inflation or deflation of the first and second bag portions 101 and 102. The first stretchable and contractible portion 103 is provided with a second connection tube 3 so that the first stretchable and contractible portion 103 can be easily inflated or deflated. Preferably, the first connection pipe 2 may communicate the first and second bag portions 101 and 102. Preferably, a second connection tube 3 may be provided between the first telescopic parts 103 to inflate or deflate the first telescopic parts 103. Preferably, the second connection pipe 3 may communicate with the plurality of first stretchable and contractible portions 103. Preferably, the first connection pipe 2 may be a hose. Preferably, the second connection pipe 3 may be a hose.
According to a preferred embodiment, the first bellows 103 is provided with at least one second bellows 104 in a second orientation in such a way that the shape of the laryngeal mask 1 formed by the first capsule part 101, the second capsule part 102 and the first bellows 103 can be further modified to accommodate different patients' oro-pharynx. The second stretchable and contractible portion 104 is provided with a third connection tube 4 so that the second stretchable and contractible portion 104 can be inflated or deflated. Preferably, the second direction may be perpendicular to the direction of the oropharyngeal breathing passage of the human body. Preferably, the number of the second stretchable and contractible portions 104 may be one. Preferably, the second collapsible portion 104 may be provided with a third connecting tube 4 to inflate or deflate the second collapsible portion 104. Preferably, the third connection pipe 4 may communicate with the plurality of second stretchable and contractible portions 104. Preferably, the third connection pipe 4 may be a hose. Through the configuration mode, the laryngeal mask 1 composed of the first air bag portion 101, the second air bag portion 102 and the first telescopic portion 103 can be adjusted in a telescopic mode in the second direction, so that the laryngeal mask 1 composed of the first air bag portion 101, the second air bag portion 102 and the first telescopic portion 103 can better adapt to the oropharynx portions of different patients, the sealing performance of the laryngeal mask 1 composed to the oropharynx breathing passage of a human body can be improved, and the phenomenon of air leakage in the using process of the laryngeal mask 1 is avoided.
According to a preferred embodiment, one end of the first connection tube 2 remote from the first and second bag portions 101 and 102 is provided with a first inflation and deflation valve 55 in a manner that facilitates inflation or deflation of the first and second bag portions 101 and 102. One end of the second connecting pipe 3, which is far away from the first telescopic part, is provided with a second inflation and deflation valve 6 in a manner of facilitating inflation or deflation of the first telescopic part. One end of the third connecting pipe 4, which is far away from the second telescopic part, is provided with a third inflation and deflation valve 7 in a manner of facilitating inflation or deflation of the second telescopic part.
According to a preferred embodiment, a sputum collection chamber 8 is arranged in the laryngeal mask 1 formed by the first air bag part 101, the second air bag part 102 and the first telescopic part 103 in a manner that the sputum and the secretion of the oropharynx of the patient can be conveniently collected. Through this configuration, can collect sputum and secretion through sputum collection chamber 8 in order to reserve sufficient space to reduce the air flue and block up and amazing.
According to a preferred embodiment, the first air bag portion 101 is provided with a ventilation tube 9 in a manner that facilitates ventilation of the oropharynx of the patient. The sputum collection chamber 8 is provided with an air vent 10 communicated with the air vent pipe 9. Preferably, the ventilation tube 9 may be detachably connected to a side of the first air bag portion 101 facing the mouth of the patient. Preferably, the shape of the vent hole 10 may be a key shape. With this arrangement, oxygen or the like can be delivered into the patient's chest through the ventilation tube 9.
According to a preferred embodiment, an insertion tube 11 is provided within the sputum collection chamber 8 in a manner that facilitates insertion of the gastroscope. Preferably, the material of the insertion tube 11 may be the same as that of the first bag portion 101.
According to a preferred embodiment, the insertion tube 11 is removably attached with an outer sleeve 12 in a manner that facilitates insertion of the gastroscope from outside the human mouth. Preferably, the inner diameter of the outer sleeve 12 may be gradually reduced from top to bottom along the breathing passage of the oral cavity of the human body.
According to a preferred embodiment, the end of the outer sleeve 12 remote from the laryngeal mask 1 is provided with a one-way valve 13 in such a way that reflux aspiration can be avoided. Preferably, the check valve 13 may be a flap type check valve 13. Through this configuration mode, not only can avoid palirrhea mistake to inhale, but also can avoid blocking at the esophagus entrance when taking out esophagus and stomach content, show and reduced the mistake and inhale the risk.
According to a preferred embodiment, the end of the ventilation tube 9 and the outer sleeve 12 close to the laryngeal mask 1 is provided with an oropharyngeal patch 14 in such a way as to facilitate insertion of the laryngeal mask 1 into the oropharynx of a patient. Preferably, the oropharyngeal tube 14 may be integrally fitted over the outer side of the ventilation tube 9 and the outer sleeve 12. Preferably, oropharyngeal tube 14 may be curved. Preferably, the oropharyngeal tube 14 may be formed of a silicone material. Through the configuration mode, the oropharynx patch tube 14 has good elasticity and compliance, so that the oropharynx patch tube can be attached to the oropharynx anatomical structure to the maximum extent, and the technical effects of convenience in insertion, high success rate and low injury rate are achieved. Preferably, bite blocks are provided on the ventilation tube 9 and the outer cannula 12 in such a manner as to prevent the patient's teeth from damaging the ventilation tube 9 and the outer cannula 12. Preferably, the bite block may be detachably attached to the air tube 9 and the middle portion of the outside of the outer tube 12.
In order to facilitate understanding of the working principle of the present embodiment, the working process of the present invention is briefly described as follows: when the double-tube laryngeal mask 1 of the present invention is used, the gas in the first bag portion 101, the second bag portion 102, the first stretchable portion 103, and the second stretchable portion 104 is first extracted. Thereafter, the front tip of the laryngeal mask 1 is inserted into the oral cavity until the laryngeal mask 1 reaches the throat portion, and then the first and second bag portions 101 and 102 may be inflated through the first connection tube 2 using the first inflation and deflation valve and the first and second bag portions 101 and 102 are completely deployed. When the laryngeal mask 1 formed by the first air bag part 101 and the second air bag part 102 is not matched with the oropharyngeal breathing channel of the patient, the first telescopic part can be inflated through the second connecting pipe 3 by using the second inflation and deflation valve, so that the first telescopic part is attached to the oropharyngeal breathing channel of the patient in the first direction; meanwhile, the second expansion part is inflated through the third connecting pipe 4 by using the third inflation and deflation valve, so that the second expansion part is attached to the oropharyngeal breathing passage of the patient in the second direction. Finally, the laryngeal mask 1 composed of the first air bag portion 101, the second air bag portion 102, the first telescopic portion and the second telescopic portion can adapt to the size of the oropharynx of different patients by adjusting the first telescopic portion and the second telescopic portion, so that the laryngeal mask 1 can form good sealing for the oropharynx breathing passage of the patients. Through this configuration, can avoid changing the laryngeal mask 1 of different models repeatedly or because the sacculus model of choosing for use and patient's oropharynx portion mismatch and cause the phenomenon that laryngeal mask 1 has the gas leakage. The physician may then connect the breathing apparatus to the ventilation tube 9 to supply oxygen to the patient. When used in conjunction with a gastroscope, the gastroscope can be used by inserting it into the esophagus through the outer sleeve 12.
It should be noted that the above-mentioned embodiments are exemplary, and those skilled in the art can devise various solutions in light of the present disclosure, which are also within the scope of the present disclosure and fall within the scope of the present disclosure. It should be understood by those skilled in the art that the present specification and drawings are illustrative only and are not limiting upon the claims. The scope of the invention is defined by the claims and their equivalents.
The present invention is intended to cover various embodiments, and the applicant is entitled to provide a divisional application according to each embodiment. The present description contains several inventive concepts, such as "preferably", "according to a preferred embodiment" or "optionally", all indicating that the respective paragraph discloses an independent concept, the applicant reserves the right to propose divisional applications according to each inventive concept.

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1. A double-sleeve laryngeal mask for an anesthesia endoscope is characterized by at least comprising a first air bag part (101) and a second air bag part (102), wherein at least one first telescopic part can be arranged between the first air bag part and the second air bag part in a first direction, the first air bag part (101), the second air bag part (102) and the first telescopic part (103) can form a laryngeal mask (1),
wherein the content of the first and second substances,
under the condition that the first telescopic part (103) can be expanded and contracted through inflation or deflation, the first telescopic part (103) is detachably connected between the first air bag part (101) and the second air bag part (102) according to the shape of a laryngeal mask formed by the first air bag part (101), the second air bag part (102) and the first telescopic part (103) which can be adjusted through expansion and contraction so as to adapt to the oropharynx parts of different patients.
2. The double cannula laryngeal mask according to claim 1, characterised in that a first connection tube (2) can be provided between the first and second balloon portions (101, 102) in a manner that facilitates inflation or deflation of the first and second balloon portions (101, 102), and that the first bellows portion (103) is provided with a second connection tube (3) in a manner that facilitates inflation or deflation of the first bellows portion (103).
3. The double cannula laryngeal mask according to claim 2, characterised in that the first concertina section (103) is provided with at least one second concertina section (104) in a second direction in such a way that the shape of the laryngeal mask (1) consisting of the first balloon section (101), the second balloon section (102) and the first concertina section (103) can be further changed to adapt to different patients oropharynx, wherein the second concertina section (104) is provided with a third connecting tube (4) in such a way that the second concertina section (104) can be inflated or deflated.
4. The double-cannula laryngeal mask according to claim 3, wherein a first inflation and deflation valve (5) is arranged at one end of the first connecting tube (2) away from the first and second balloon portions (101, 102) in a manner that inflation or deflation of the first and second balloon portions (101, 102) can be facilitated, a second inflation and deflation valve (6) is arranged at one end of the second connecting tube (3) away from the first telescopic portion (103) in a manner that inflation or deflation of the first telescopic portion (103) can be facilitated, and a third inflation and deflation valve (7) is arranged at one end of the third connecting tube (4) away from the second telescopic portion (104) in a manner that inflation or deflation of the second telescopic portion (104) can be facilitated.
5. The double cannula laryngeal mask according to claim 4, characterised in that a sputum collection chamber (8) is arranged in the laryngeal mask (1) consisting of the first balloon portion (101), the second balloon portion (102) and the first telescopic portion (103) in a manner that enables the sputum and secretions of the oropharynx of the patient to be collected conveniently.
6. The double cannula laryngeal mask according to claim 5, characterised in that the first balloon portion (1) is provided with a ventilation tube (9) in such a way that ventilation of the oropharynx of the patient can be facilitated, wherein the sputum collection chamber (8) is provided with a ventilation aperture (10) communicating with the ventilation tube (9).
7. The double cannula laryngeal mask according to claim 6, characterised in that an insertion tube (11) is arranged in the sputum collection chamber (8) in such a way that insertion of a gastroscope can be facilitated.
8. The double-cannula laryngeal mask according to claim 7, characterised in that an outer cannula (12) is detachably connected to the insertion tube (11) in such a way that it can facilitate the insertion of a gastroscope from outside the human mouth.
9. A double cannula laryngeal mask according to claim 8, characterised in that the end of the outer cannula (12) remote from the laryngeal mask (1) is provided with a one-way valve (13) in such a way that reflux aspiration can be avoided.
10. A double cannula laryngeal mask according to claim 9, characterised in that the end of the ventilation tube (9) and the outer cannula (12) near the laryngeal mask (1) is provided with an oropharyngeal patch (14) in such a way that insertion of the laryngeal mask (1) into the oropharynx of the patient can be facilitated.
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