CN215083738U - Improved anesthetic breathing device - Google Patents

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CN215083738U
CN215083738U CN202121608123.5U CN202121608123U CN215083738U CN 215083738 U CN215083738 U CN 215083738U CN 202121608123 U CN202121608123 U CN 202121608123U CN 215083738 U CN215083738 U CN 215083738U
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The utility model discloses an improved anesthesia breathing device, which comprises a breathing valve, wherein the bottom of the breathing valve is provided with a breathing mask, one side of the breathing valve is provided with an anti-backflow component, one side of the anti-backflow component, which is far away from the breathing valve, is provided with a corrugated hose, one side of the corrugated hose is provided with a mixed conveying component, one side of the top of the mixed conveying component is provided with a pressure stabilizing component, and one side of the top of the mixed conveying component, which is far away from the pressure stabilizing component, is provided with a flowmeter B; the utility model discloses a mutually supporting between spring A, ball, spring B, piston, branch pipe, check valve, mixed conveying subassembly, flowmeter A and the flowmeter B for when the patient when exhaling, the gas of exhalation can not produce the backward flow, avoided and in this while, the gas of carrying temporarily preserves the inside of steady voltage subassembly in the mixed conveying subassembly, thereby has guaranteed the inside pressure balance of mixed conveying subassembly, and then has improved the practicality of device.

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Improved anesthetic breathing device
Technical Field
The utility model relates to an anesthesia breathing apparatus technical field specifically is a modified anesthesia breathing apparatus.
Background
Inhalation anesthesia refers to the inhalation of anesthetic through the respiratory tract to produce central nervous system inhibition, so that patients do not feel pain in the whole body due to temporary loss of consciousness, and is called inhalation anesthesia, which is the main method of general anesthesia, the depth of anesthesia is related to the partial pressure of the drug in brain tissue, and after the anesthetic is discharged from the body or metabolized in the body, the patients gradually recover to be awake without any sequelae.
The existing anesthesia breathing device has various structures, but in the actual process of anesthesia, when a patient exhales, the generated airflow can cause gas backflow, and the phenomenon that the delivered oxygen and anesthetic generate hedging occurs, so that the anesthesia medicament and the oxygen are wasted.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
An object of the utility model is to provide a modified anesthesia breathing apparatus to it is various to propose current anesthesia breathing apparatus structure in solving above-mentioned background art, nevertheless at the in-process of actually carrying out the anesthesia, when the disease exhales, produced air current can lead to the gas reflux, and make the oxygen of carrying and the phenomenon emergence that the narcotic produced the offset, thereby all be a extravagant problem to narcotic drug and oxygen.
In order to achieve the above object, the utility model provides a following technical scheme: the utility model provides a modified anesthesia breathing device, includes the breathing valve, the bottom of breathing valve is provided with respirator, one side of breathing valve is provided with anti-return assembly, one side that anti-return assembly kept away from the breathing valve is provided with corrugated hose, one side of corrugated hose is provided with mixes the delivery subassembly, one side at mixed delivery subassembly top is provided with steady voltage subassembly, one side that steady voltage subassembly was kept away from at mixed delivery subassembly top is provided with flowmeter B, flowmeter B keeps away from the bottom of mixing delivery subassembly one side and is provided with the oxygen conveyer pipe, the bottom of mixing delivery subassembly one side is provided with flowmeter A, flowmeter A keeps away from the bottom of mixing delivery subassembly one side and is provided with the anesthesia conveyer pipe.
Preferably, the anti-return assembly includes spring A, ball, trachea A and trachea B, the inside one side of anti-return assembly is provided with spring A, one side of spring A is provided with the ball, one side of anti-return assembly is provided with trachea A, and trachea A's one side and anti-return assembly's inside intercommunication, trachea A keeps away from one side and the corrugated tube intercommunication of each other of anti-return assembly, one side that trachea A was kept away from to the anti-return assembly is provided with trachea B, and trachea B's one side and anti-return assembly's inside intercommunication, trachea B keeps away from one side of anti-return assembly and the intercommunication of breathing valve each other.
Preferably, the pressure stabilizing assembly comprises a branch pipe, a one-way valve, a spring B and a piston, the spring B is arranged at the top inside the pressure stabilizing assembly, the piston is arranged at the bottom of the spring B, the branch pipe is arranged in the middle of one side of the pressure stabilizing assembly, and the one-way valve is arranged on the outer side of the branch pipe.
Preferably, the mixing and conveying assembly comprises a control valve A, a three-way pipe A, a control valve B, a control valve C and a three-way pipe B, the three-way pipe A and the three-way pipe B are symmetrically arranged at the middle position of the top of the mixing and conveying assembly, the control valve A and the control valve C are respectively arranged on the outer sides of the three-way pipe A and the three-way pipe B, the control valve B is jointly arranged between the mutually close ends of the three-way pipe A and the three-way pipe B, one end of the three-way pipe A is communicated with the corrugated hose, one end of the branch pipe, far away from the pressure stabilizing assembly, is communicated with the three-way pipe A, and one end of the three-way pipe B is communicated with the flow meter B.
Preferably, the outer sides of the anesthesia delivery pipe and the oxygen delivery pipe are respectively provided with a control valve D and a control valve E.
Preferably, a soft rubber cushion layer is arranged on the inner side of the breathing mask.
Compared with the prior art, the beneficial effects of the utility model are that: the improved anesthetic breathing device realizes the situation of preventing other backflow caused by expiration of a patient by optimizing the structure of the anesthetic breathing device, stabilizes the pressure balance in an anesthetic delivery pipeline and avoids the situation of opposite impact of airflow;
through mutually supporting between spring A, ball, spring B, piston, branch pipe, check valve, the mixed transport subassembly, flowmeter A and the flowmeter B for when the patient when exhaling, the gas of exhaling can not produce the backward flow, avoided and in this while, the gas of carrying in the mixed transport subassembly is kept in the inside of steady voltage subassembly temporarily, thereby has guaranteed the pressure balance of mixed transport subassembly inside, and then has improved the practicality of device.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic structural view of the present invention;
fig. 2 is an enlarged cross-sectional view of the backflow prevention assembly of fig. 1 according to the present invention;
fig. 3 is an enlarged cross-sectional view of the structure of the voltage stabilizing assembly shown in fig. 1.
In the figure: 1. a respiratory flap; 2. a respiratory mask; 3. a backflow prevention assembly; 301. a spring A; 302. a ball; 303. a trachea A; 304. a trachea B; 4. a corrugated hose; 5. a voltage stabilizing assembly; 501. a branch pipe; 502. a one-way valve; 503. a spring B; 504. a piston; 6. a mixing and conveying assembly; 601. a control valve A; 602. a three-way pipe A; 603. a control valve B; 604. a control valve C; 605. a three-way pipe B; 7. a flowmeter A; 8. an anesthesia delivery tube; 9. an oxygen delivery pipe; 10. and a flow meter B.
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The technical solutions in the embodiments of the present invention will be described clearly and completely with reference to the accompanying drawings in the embodiments of the present invention, and it is obvious that the described embodiments are only some embodiments of the present invention, not all embodiments. Based on the embodiments in the present invention, all other embodiments obtained by a person skilled in the art without creative work belong to the protection scope of the present invention.
Referring to fig. 1-3, the present invention provides an embodiment: the utility model provides a modified anesthesia breathing apparatus, including breathing valve 1, the bottom of breathing valve 1 is provided with respirator 2, one side of breathing valve 1 is provided with backflow prevention subassembly 3, one side that backflow prevention subassembly 3 kept away from breathing valve 1 is provided with corrugated hose 4, one side of corrugated hose 4 is provided with mixes transport module 6, one side at 6 tops of mixed transport module is provided with voltage stabilizing component 5, one side that voltage stabilizing component 5 was kept away from at 6 tops of mixed transport module is provided with flowmeter B10, the bottom that mixed transport module 6 one side was kept away from to flowmeter B10 is provided with oxygen delivery pipe 9, the bottom of mixed transport module 6 one side is provided with flowmeter A7, the bottom that mixed transport module 6 one side was kept away from to flowmeter A7 is provided with anesthesia delivery pipe 8.
The mixing and conveying assembly 6, the flowmeter A7 and the flowmeter B10 in the device are prior art, and the composition structure and the connection mode of the device are completely the same as those of the prior device.
Further, backflow prevention component 3 includes spring A301, the ball 302, trachea A303 and trachea B304, the inside one side of backflow prevention component 3 is provided with spring A301, one side of spring A301 is provided with the ball 302, one side of backflow prevention component 3 is provided with trachea A303, and one side of trachea A303 and backflow prevention component 3's inside intercommunication, one side that backflow prevention component 3 was kept away from to trachea A303 communicates with each other with corrugated hose 4, one side that trachea A303 was kept away from to backflow prevention component 3 is provided with trachea B304, and one side of trachea B304 and backflow prevention component 3's inside intercommunication, one side that backflow prevention component 3 was kept away from to trachea B304 communicates with breathing valve 1 each other, prevent the gaseous backward flow.
Further, the pressure stabilizing assembly 5 comprises a branch pipe 501, a one-way valve 502, a spring B503 and a piston 504, the spring B503 is arranged at the top inside the pressure stabilizing assembly 5, the piston 504 is arranged at the bottom of the spring B503, the branch pipe 501 is arranged at the middle position of one side of the pressure stabilizing assembly 5, and the one-way valve 502 is arranged outside the branch pipe 501 to maintain air pressure balance.
Further, the mixing and conveying assembly 6 comprises a control valve A601, a three-way pipe A602, a control valve B603, a control valve C604 and a three-way pipe B605, the three-way pipe A602 and the three-way pipe B605 are symmetrically arranged at the middle position of the top of the mixing and conveying assembly 6, the control valve A601 and the control valve C604 are respectively arranged on the outer sides of the three-way pipe A602 and the three-way pipe B605, the control valve B603 is jointly arranged between the mutually close ends of the three-way pipe A602 and the three-way pipe B605, one end of the three-way pipe A602 is mutually communicated with the corrugated hose 4, one end of the branch pipe 501, which is far away from the pressure stabilizing assembly 5, is mutually communicated with the three-way pipe A602, and one end of the three-way pipe B605 is mutually communicated with the flow meter B10 for gas mixing and conveying.
Furthermore, a control valve D and a control valve E are respectively arranged at the outer sides of the anesthesia delivery pipe 8 and the oxygen delivery pipe 9 for controlling the delivery of oxygen and anesthetic.
Furthermore, the inner side of the breathing mask 2 is provided with a soft rubber cushion layer, so that the comfort of the breathing mask 2 is improved.
The working principle is as follows: when the device is used, the device is communicated with external oxygen through an oxygen delivery pipe 9 and is communicated with external anesthetic through an anesthetic delivery pipe 8, at the moment, a breathing mask 2 is worn into the mouth and nose of a patient, a control valve A601 and a control valve C604 are further opened, a control valve B603 is closed, at the moment, oxygen is delivered to the inside of a mixing delivery component 6 through a three-way pipe B605, anesthetic is delivered to the inside of the mixing delivery component 6 through a flowmeter A7, oxygen is mixed with anesthetic, and then delivered to the inside of the three-way pipe A602 through the control valve A601, and then delivered to a corrugated hose 4 through a backflow prevention component 3 to enter a breathing valve 1 and finally delivered to the body of the patient through the breathing mask 2, when the patient exhales, exhaled gas is delivered to the position of the backflow prevention component 3 through the breathing valve 1 at the moment, and then a round ball 302 is squeezed to close a passage of a trachea A303, and then the phenomenon of the gaseous recoil of separation patient's exhalation and the anesthetic gas of transport and backward flow, and carry unnecessary anesthetic gas to the inside of steady voltage subassembly 5 through tee pipe A602, gaseous extrusion piston 504 and then compression spring B503 shrink this moment, keep in unnecessary gas, thereby keep mixing the balance of the inside atmospheric pressure of conveying subassembly 6, when the patient breathes in once more, thereby remove the separation of ball 302 to trachea A303, make the anesthetic gas carry normal once more, and then realize the circulation, cooperation through each spare part, thereby realized preventing the air current backward flow and keeping the stable function of atmospheric pressure.
It is obvious to a person skilled in the art that the invention is not restricted to details of the above-described exemplary embodiments, but that it can be implemented in other specific forms without departing from the spirit or essential characteristics of the invention. The present embodiments are therefore to be considered in all respects as illustrative and not restrictive, the scope of the invention being indicated by the appended claims rather than by the foregoing description, and all changes which come within the meaning and range of equivalency of the claims are therefore intended to be embraced therein. Any reference sign in a claim should not be construed as limiting the claim concerned.
In the description of the present invention, "a plurality" means two or more unless otherwise specified; the terms "upper", "lower", "left", "right", "inner", "outer", "front", "rear", "head", "tail", and the like indicate orientations or positional relationships based on the orientations or positional relationships shown in the drawings, and are merely for convenience of description and simplicity of description, and do not indicate or imply that the device or element being referred to must have a particular orientation, be constructed and operated in a particular orientation, and thus, should not be construed as limiting the present invention. Furthermore, the terms "first," "second," "third," and the like are used for descriptive purposes only and are not to be construed as indicating or implying relative importance.
In the description of the present invention, it is to be noted that, unless otherwise explicitly specified or limited, the terms "connected" and "connected" are to be interpreted broadly, e.g., as either a fixed connection or a detachable connection; can be mechanically or electrically connected; may be directly connected or indirectly connected through an intermediate. The specific meaning of the above terms in the present invention can be understood in specific cases to those skilled in the art.

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1. An improved anesthetic breathing apparatus comprising a breathing flap (1), characterized in that: a breathing mask (2) is arranged at the bottom of the breathing valve (1), an anti-backflow component (3) is arranged at one side of the breathing valve (1), a corrugated hose (4) is arranged on one side of the backflow-preventing component (3) far away from the breathing valve (1), a mixing and conveying component (6) is arranged at one side of the corrugated hose (4), a pressure stabilizing component (5) is arranged at one side of the top of the mixing and conveying component (6), a flowmeter B (10) is arranged on one side of the top of the mixing and conveying assembly (6) far away from the pressure stabilizing assembly (5), the bottom of one side of the flowmeter B (10) far away from the mixing and conveying component (6) is provided with an oxygen conveying pipe (9), a flowmeter A (7) is arranged at the bottom of one side of the mixing and conveying assembly (6), and an anesthesia conveying pipe (8) is arranged at the bottom of one side of the flowmeter A (7) far away from the mixing conveying assembly (6).
2. An improved anesthetic breathing apparatus as claimed in claim 1, wherein: the backflow prevention assembly (3) comprises a spring A (301), a round ball (302), an air pipe A (303) and an air pipe B (304), a spring A (301) is arranged on one side inside the backflow prevention assembly (3), a round ball (302) is arranged on one side of the spring A (301), an air pipe A (303) is arranged on one side of the backflow prevention assembly (3), and one side of the air pipe A (303) is communicated with the interior of the backflow-preventing component (3), one side of the air pipe A (303) far away from the backflow-preventing component (3) is communicated with the corrugated hose (4), an air pipe B (304) is arranged on one side of the backflow preventing component (3) far away from the air pipe A (303), and one side of the air pipe B (304) is communicated with the interior of the backflow preventing component (3), the side of the trachea B (304) far away from the backflow-preventing component (3) is communicated with the breathing valve (1).
3. An improved anesthetic breathing apparatus as claimed in claim 1, wherein: the pressure stabilizing assembly (5) comprises a branch pipe (501), a one-way valve (502), a spring B (503) and a piston (504), the spring B (503) is arranged at the top inside the pressure stabilizing assembly (5), the piston (504) is arranged at the bottom of the spring B (503), the branch pipe (501) is arranged at the middle position of one side of the pressure stabilizing assembly (5), and the one-way valve (502) is arranged on the outer side of the branch pipe (501).
4. An improved anesthetic breathing apparatus as claimed in claim 3, wherein: the mixing and conveying assembly (6) comprises a control valve A (601), a three-way pipe A (602), a control valve B (603), a control valve C (604) and a three-way pipe B (605), the three-way pipe A (602) and the three-way pipe B (605) are symmetrically arranged in the middle of the top of the mixing and conveying assembly (6), the control valve A (601) and the control valve C (604) are respectively arranged on the outer sides of the three-way pipe A (602) and the three-way pipe B (605), the control valve B (603) is jointly arranged between the mutually close ends of the three-way pipe A (602) and the three-way pipe B (605), one end of the three-way pipe A (602) is mutually communicated with the corrugated hose (4), one end of the branch pipe (501), far away from the pressure stabilizing assembly (5), is mutually communicated with the three-way pipe A (602), and one end of the three-way pipe B (605) is mutually communicated with the flowmeter B (10).
5. An improved anesthetic breathing apparatus as claimed in claim 1, wherein: and the outer sides of the anesthesia conveying pipe (8) and the oxygen conveying pipe (9) are respectively provided with a control valve D and a control valve E.
6. An improved anesthetic breathing apparatus as claimed in claim 1, wherein: the inner side of the breathing mask (2) is provided with a soft rubber cushion layer.
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