CN215504073U - Cervical vertebra operation support - Google Patents

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CN215504073U
CN215504073U CN202122338459.0U CN202122338459U CN215504073U CN 215504073 U CN215504073 U CN 215504073U CN 202122338459 U CN202122338459 U CN 202122338459U CN 215504073 U CN215504073 U CN 215504073U
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杜俊杰
张红星
李京元
陈宇飞
彭页
黄小刚
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The application relates to the field of surgical equipment, in particular to a cervical vertebra surgery support. The cervical vertebra operation bracket comprises a first supporting component and a second supporting component; the first supporting assembly comprises a first supporting part and a first lifting strut; the first supporting part is used for supporting the neck of a patient; the first lifting strut extends along the vertical direction, the movable end of the first lifting strut is connected with the first supporting part, and the first lifting strut is used for adjusting the height of the first supporting part along the vertical direction; the second supporting component comprises a second supporting part and a second lifting support; the second support part is used for supporting the head of the patient; the second lifting support extends along the vertical direction, the second supporting part is movably connected with the movable end of the second lifting support, and the second lifting support is used for adjusting the height of the second supporting part along the vertical direction; wherein, the first supporting part and the second supporting part are arranged at intervals. The cervical vertebra operation bracket can avoid influencing the operation visual field, thereby being beneficial to the normal operation of the operation.

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Cervical vertebra operation support
Technical Field
The application relates to the field of surgical equipment, in particular to a cervical vertebra surgery support.
Background
At present, when a cervical vertebra operation is performed, the existing head frame cannot be adjusted adaptively according to the lying posture of a patient, so that the head and neck of the patient cannot be fully bent and fully extended, and the normal operation of the operation is easily influenced because the operation visual field is influenced.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
The application provides a cervical vertebra operation support, it can be adjusted the support position of patient's head and neck to adaptation patient's the posture of lying can avoid causing the influence to the operation field of vision when making patient's neck portion fully buckling and extending completely, thereby is favorable to the normal clear of operation.
The utility model is particularly such that:
a cervical vertebra operation bracket comprises a first supporting component and a second supporting component;
the first supporting assembly comprises a first supporting part and a first lifting strut; the first supporting part is used for supporting the neck of a patient; the first lifting strut extends along the vertical direction, the movable end of the first lifting strut is connected with the first supporting part, and the first lifting strut is used for adjusting the height of the first supporting part along the vertical direction;
the second supporting component comprises a second supporting part and a second lifting support; the second support part is used for supporting the head of the patient; the second lifting support extends along the vertical direction, the second supporting part is movably connected with the movable end of the second lifting support, and the second lifting support is used for adjusting the height of the second supporting part along the vertical direction;
wherein, the first supporting part and the second supporting part are arranged at intervals.
In one embodiment of the present invention, the fixed end of the first lifting/lowering column and the fixed end of the second lifting/lowering column are used for connecting the operating bed.
In one embodiment of the utility model, the cervical spine surgery support further comprises a main frame body; the main frame body is used for being connected with an operating bed;
the fixed end of the first lifting support and the fixed end of the second lifting support are both connected with the main frame body.
In one embodiment of the utility model, the cervical vertebra operation bracket further comprises a sliding rod which is connected with the main frame body in a sliding way;
one of the fixed end of the first lifting support and the fixed end of the second lifting support is connected with the sliding rod, and the other is connected with the main frame body.
In one embodiment of the utility model, the cervical vertebra operation bracket further comprises two sliding rods, and the two sliding rods are both connected with the main frame body in a sliding manner;
the fixed end of the first lifting support and the fixed end of the second lifting support are respectively connected with the two sliding rods.
In an embodiment of the utility model, the cervical spine surgery support further includes a slide rail, the slide rail is connected with the main frame body, the slide rail extends along the direction from the first support part to the second support part, and the slide rod is slidably connected with the slide rail.
In one embodiment of the utility model, the second support assembly comprises two second lifting columns; the second supporting part comprises two U-shaped silica gel supporting seats;
two U type silica gel supporting seats are connected with two second lifting struts respectively, and the sunken departments of two U type silica gel supporting seats are relative.
In an embodiment of the utility model, the second supporting assembly further comprises two connecting pieces, and the two U-shaped silica gel supporting seats are respectively connected with the two second lifting supporting columns through the two connecting pieces;
every U type silica gel supporting seat all rotationally is connected with the connecting piece that corresponds, and two U type silica gel supporting seats are perpendicular with vertical direction for the axis of rotation of connecting piece.
In an embodiment of the utility model, the two U-shaped silica gel supporting seats are coincident with each other relative to the rotation axis of the connecting piece.
In one embodiment of the utility model, two connecting elements are each connected to a respective second lifting column so as to be rotatable about the axis of the second lifting column.
The utility model has the beneficial effects that:
the cervical vertebra operation bracket comprises a first supporting component and a second supporting component; the first support assembly comprises a first support part and a first lifting strut; the second supporting component comprises a second supporting part and a second lifting support; the first supporting part is used for supporting the neck of the patient, and the second supporting part is used for supporting the head of the patient; and, can adjust the height of first supporting part and second supporting part along vertical direction respectively through first lift pillar and second lift pillar, and then can be through the adjustment to the support height of patient's neck and head to adapt to patient's the posture of lying, when making patient's neck fully buckling and extending completely, can avoid causing the influence to the operation field of vision, thereby be favorable to the normal clear of operation.
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Fig. 1 is a front view of a cervical spine surgical bracket provided in the present application;
fig. 2 is a top view of a cervical spine surgical brace provided by the present application.
Icon: 100-cervical spine surgery support; 110-a first support member; 120-a second support assembly; 111-a first support; 112-a first lifting column; 121-a second support; 122-a second lifting column; 130-the main frame body; 140-a slide bar; 150-a slide rail; 123-U type silica gel supporting seat; 124-connecting piece.
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In order to make the objects, technical solutions and advantages of the embodiments of the present application clearer, the technical solutions in the embodiments of the present application will be clearly and completely described below with reference to the drawings in the embodiments of the present application, and it is obvious that the described embodiments are some embodiments of the present application, but not all embodiments. The components of the embodiments of the present application, generally described and illustrated in the figures herein, can be arranged and designed in a wide variety of different configurations.
Thus, the following detailed description of the embodiments of the present application, presented in the accompanying drawings, is not intended to limit the scope of the claimed application, but is merely representative of selected embodiments of the application. All other embodiments, which can be derived by a person skilled in the art from the embodiments given herein without making any creative effort, shall fall within the protection scope of the present application.
It should be noted that the embodiments and features of the embodiments in the present application may be combined with each other without conflict.
It should be noted that: like reference numbers and letters refer to like items in the following figures, and thus, once an item is defined in one figure, it need not be further defined and explained in subsequent figures.
In the description of the embodiments of the present application, it should be noted that the indication of orientation or positional relationship is based on the orientation or positional relationship shown in the drawings, or the orientation or positional relationship which is usually placed when the product of the application is used, or the orientation or positional relationship which is usually understood by those skilled in the art, or the orientation or positional relationship which is usually placed when the product of the application is used, and is only for the convenience of describing the application and simplifying the description, but does not indicate or imply that the indicated device or element must have a specific orientation, be constructed in a specific orientation, and be operated, and thus, should not be construed as limiting the application. Furthermore, the terms "first," "second," "third," and the like are used solely to distinguish one from another and are not to be construed as indicating or implying relative importance.
In the description of the embodiments of the present application, it should also be noted that, unless otherwise explicitly stated or limited, the terms "disposed," "mounted," and "connected" are to be construed broadly, and may for example be fixedly connected, detachably connected, or integrally connected; may be directly connected or indirectly connected through an intermediate. The specific meaning of the above terms in the present application can be understood in a specific case by those of ordinary skill in the art.
Referring to fig. 1 and 2, the present invention provides a cervical spine surgical support 100, which includes a first support assembly 110 and a second support assembly 120;
the first supporting assembly 110 includes a first supporting portion 111 and a first lifting column 112; the first support part 111 is used for supporting the neck of the patient; the first lifting strut 112 extends in the vertical direction, the movable end of the first lifting strut 112 is connected with the first supporting part 111, and the first lifting strut 112 is used for adjusting the height of the first supporting part 111 in the vertical direction;
the second supporting assembly 120 includes a second supporting portion 121 and a second lifting/lowering pillar 122; the second support part 121 is for supporting the head of the patient; the second lifting support 122 extends along the vertical direction, the second support portion 121 is movably connected with the movable end of the second lifting support 122, and the second lifting support 122 is used for adjusting the height of the second support portion 121 along the vertical direction;
the first supporting portion 111 and the second supporting portion 121 are spaced apart from each other.
The working principle of the cervical vertebra operation bracket 100 is as follows:
referring to fig. 1 and 2, the cervical spine surgical bracket 100 includes a first supporting component 110 and a second supporting component 120; the first supporting assembly 110 includes a first supporting portion 111 and a first lifting column 112; the second supporting assembly 120 includes a second supporting portion 121 and a second lifting/lowering pillar 122; and the first support part 111 is used for supporting the neck of the patient, and the second support part 121 is used for supporting the head of the patient; and, can adjust the height of first supporting part 111 and second supporting part 121 along vertical direction respectively through first lift pillar 112 and second lift pillar 122, and then can be through the adjustment to the support height of patient's neck and head to adapt to patient's the posture of lying, when making patient's neck fully buckling and extend completely, can avoid causing the influence to the operation field of vision, thereby be favorable to the normal clear of operation.
It should be further noted that, by adopting the above structure, the cervical vertebra operation support 100 can also be adapted to different patients and different operation requirements by adjusting the supporting heights of the neck and the head of the patient, so as to expand the application range of the cervical vertebra operation support, thereby reducing the matching cost of the operation equipment and further reducing the operation cost.
Further, referring to fig. 1 and 2, in the present embodiment, the cervical spine surgical support 100 further includes a main frame 130; the main frame body 130 is used for connecting with an operating table; the fixed end of the first elevating support 112 and the fixed end of the second elevating support 122 are connected to the main frame 130.
In this way, the main frame 130 can be connected to the operating table, so that the cervical vertebra operation support 100 can be quickly connected to the operating table, the preparation time in the early stage of the operation can be reduced, and the operation time can be shortened.
In another embodiment of the present invention, both the fixed end of the first lifting/lowering column 112 and the fixed end of the second lifting/lowering column 122 may be used for connecting the surgical bed.
Further, referring to fig. 1 and 2, in the present embodiment, since different patients and different operations are performed, the supporting intervals between the neck and the head of the patient are different, and thus, in order to meet the requirements of different patients and operations, the cervical spine surgery support 100 further includes a sliding rod 140, and the sliding rod 140 is slidably connected to the main frame 130; one of the fixed end of the first elevation support column 112 and the fixed end of the second elevation support column 122 is connected to the slide bar 140, and the other is connected to the main frame 130.
Therefore, the fixed end of the first lifting/lowering column 112 or the fixed end of the second lifting/lowering column 122 slides relative to the main frame 130, so that the distance between the first supporting part 111 and the second supporting part 121 can be adjusted to meet different surgical requirements; and such adjustment mode can be fast with cervical vertebra operation support 100 adjustment to reasonable position to can further shorten the preparation time of preliminary stage of operation, thereby be favorable to shortening the operation time.
It should be noted that, in the same principle as the above-mentioned adjustment of the supporting interval between the neck and the head of the patient, in other embodiments of the present invention, the cervical spine surgical bracket 100 may further include two sliding rods 140, and both sliding rods 140 are slidably connected with the main frame 130; the fixed end of the first lifting/lowering column 112 and the fixed end of the second lifting/lowering column 122 are connected to the two sliding rods 140, respectively. That is, when the support interval between the neck and the head of the patient is adjusted, the support position of one or more of the first support part 111 and the second support part 121 can be adjusted by sliding one or more of the two slide bars 140 with respect to the main frame 130, and thus the preparation time in the early stage of the operation can be further shortened.
In this embodiment, in order to enable the sliding rod 140 to slide relative to the main frame 130, the cervical spine surgery support 100 further includes a sliding rail 150, the sliding rail 150 is connected to the main frame 130, the sliding rail 150 extends along the direction from the first supporting portion 111 to the second supporting portion 121, and the sliding rod 140 is slidably connected to the sliding rail 150.
Further, referring to fig. 1 and fig. 2, in the present embodiment, since the head support requirements of different patients are different and the head support requirements of different patients are met, the second support assembly 120 includes two second lifting support columns 122, and the second support portion 121 includes two U-shaped silica gel support bases 123; the two U-shaped silica gel supporting seats 123 are respectively connected with the two second lifting pillars 122, and the concave parts of the two U-shaped silica gel supporting seats 123 are opposite.
Because the second supporting part 121 comprises two U-shaped silica gel supporting seats 123, and the recessed parts of the two U-shaped silica gel supporting seats 123 are opposite, the contact area between the second supporting part 121 and the head of the patient can be increased by the arrangement mode of the second supporting part 121, and the stability of the head support is improved.
Further, referring to fig. 1 and fig. 2, in the present embodiment, because the head angle of the patient is different under different operation requirements or different lying postures of the patient, the connection angle between the two U-shaped silica gel supporting seats 123 and the two second lifting struts 122 can be adjusted to adapt to different operation requirements or different lying postures of the patient.
Specifically, in order to adjust the connection angle of the two U-shaped silica gel support seats 123 with respect to the two second lifting support columns 122, the second support assembly 120 further includes two connecting members 124, and the two U-shaped silica gel support seats 123 are respectively connected with the two second lifting support columns 122 through the two connecting members 124; each U-shaped silica gel support seat 123 is rotatably connected to the corresponding connecting member 124, and the two U-shaped silica gel support seats 123 are perpendicular to the vertical direction with respect to the rotation axis of the connecting member 124.
When the connection angle of the two U-shaped silica gel support seats 123 relative to the two second lifting support columns 122 is adjusted, the two U-shaped silica gel support seats 123 can be overlapped relative to the rotation axis of the connecting piece 124, so that the inclination angles of the two U-shaped silica gel support seats 123 relative to the horizontal plane can be adjusted. In other embodiments of the present invention, the two connecting members 124 can be respectively and rotatably connected to the corresponding second lifting support 122 around the axis of the second lifting support 122, so that the relative angle between the two U-shaped silica gel support bases 123 can be adjusted to meet different head support requirements of patients.
Referring to fig. 1 and fig. 2, based on the above, it should be noted that, in the present embodiment, when the heights of the first supporting portion 111 and the second supporting portion 121 in the vertical direction are adjusted, the adjustment of the lengths of the first lifting support 112 and the second lifting support 122 in the vertical direction can be implemented, and when the first lifting support 112 and the second lifting support 122 are provided, both the first lifting support 112 and the second lifting support 122 can be telescopic rods; moreover, in order to ensure the supporting stability of the cervical spine surgery bracket 100 and prevent the supporting heights of the first supporting part 111 and the second supporting part 121 from changing during the surgery, the first lifting support 112 and the second lifting support 122 can be both provided with first locking parts, and the lifting activities of the first lifting support 112 and the second lifting support 122 are limited by the first locking parts so as to maintain the supporting heights of the first lifting support 112 and the second lifting support 122;
similarly, in order to ensure the support stability of the cervical spine surgery bracket 100 and prevent the interval between the supports of the first support part 111 and the second support part 121 from changing during the surgery, a second locking part for limiting the sliding state of the sliding rod 140 relative to the sliding rail 150 may be disposed on the main frame body 130; the sliding of the sliding rod 140 relative to the sliding rail 150 is limited by the second locking member to maintain the interval between the first supporting part 111 and the second supporting part 121;
in addition, in order to ensure the supporting stability of the cervical vertebra operation bracket 100, the position of the two U-shaped silica gel supporting seats 123 relative to the second lifting support column 122 is prevented from changing in the operation process, so that a third locking member for limiting the rotation of the two U-shaped silica gel supporting seats 123 relative to the connecting member 124 and a fourth locking member for limiting the rotation of the connecting member 124 relative to the second lifting support column 122 can be arranged on the main frame body 130.
In summary, through the above-mentioned contents, the cervical vertebra operation support 100 can be quickly adjusted to a reasonable position through the adjustment of the heights of the first supporting portion 111 and the second supporting portion 121, the adjustment of the interval between the first supporting portion 111 and the second supporting portion 121, and the adjustment of the positions of the two U-shaped silica gel supporting seats 123 relative to the second lifting support 122, so that the preparation time of the pre-operation period can be further shortened, thereby being beneficial to shortening the operation time; and, through the arrangement of one or more locking pieces in the above, the support stability of the cervical vertebra operation bracket 100 can be ensured.
The above description is only a preferred embodiment of the present application and is not intended to limit the present application, and various modifications and changes may be made by those skilled in the art. Any modification, equivalent replacement, improvement and the like made within the spirit and principle of the present application shall be included in the protection scope of the present application.

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1. A cervical vertebra operation support is characterized in that:
the cervical vertebra operation bracket comprises a first supporting component and a second supporting component;
the first support assembly comprises a first support part and a first lifting strut; the first supporting part is used for supporting the neck of a patient; the first lifting strut extends along the vertical direction, the movable end of the first lifting strut is connected with the first supporting part, and the first lifting strut is used for adjusting the height of the first supporting part along the vertical direction;
the second support assembly comprises a second support part and a second lifting support; the second support part is used for supporting the head of the patient; the second lifting support column extends along the vertical direction, the second supporting part is movably connected with the movable end of the second lifting support column, and the second lifting support column is used for adjusting the height of the second supporting part along the vertical direction;
wherein the first supporting part and the second supporting part are arranged at intervals.
2. The cervical spine surgery support according to claim 1, wherein:
the stiff end of first lift pillar reaches the stiff end of second lift pillar all is used for the operation table to connect.
3. The cervical spine surgery support according to claim 1, wherein:
the cervical vertebra operation bracket also comprises a main bracket body; the main frame body is used for being connected with an operating table;
the stiff end of first lift pillar and the stiff end of second lift pillar all with the body frame body coupling.
4. The cervical spine surgery support according to claim 3, wherein:
the cervical vertebra operation support further comprises a sliding rod, and the sliding rod is connected with the main frame body in a sliding mode;
one of the fixed end of the first lifting support column and the fixed end of the second lifting support column is connected with the sliding rod, and the other one of the fixed end of the first lifting support column and the fixed end of the second lifting support column is connected with the main frame body.
5. The cervical spine surgery support according to claim 3, wherein:
the cervical vertebra operation support also comprises two sliding rods, and the two sliding rods are connected with the main frame body in a sliding manner;
the stiff end of first lift pillar and the stiff end of second lift pillar respectively with two the slide bar is connected.
6. The cervical spine surgery support according to claim 4 or 5, wherein:
the cervical vertebra operation support further comprises a sliding rail, the sliding rail is connected with the main support body, the sliding rail extends along the direction from the first supporting portion to the second supporting portion, and the sliding rod is connected with the sliding rail in a sliding mode.
7. The cervical spine surgery support according to claim 1, wherein:
the second support assembly comprises two of the second lifting struts; the second supporting part comprises two U-shaped silica gel supporting seats;
two U type silica gel supporting seat respectively with two the second lifting support is connected, and two the depressed part of U type silica gel supporting seat is relative.
8. The cervical spine surgery bracket according to claim 7, wherein:
the second supporting assembly further comprises two connecting pieces, and the two U-shaped silica gel supporting seats are connected with the two second lifting supporting columns through the two connecting pieces respectively;
every U type silica gel supporting seat all with correspond the connecting piece rotationally connects, and two U type silica gel supporting seat for the axis of rotation and the vertical direction of connecting piece are perpendicular.
9. The cervical spine surgery support according to claim 8, wherein:
and the two U-shaped silica gel supporting seats are superposed relative to the rotating axis of the connecting piece.
10. The cervical spine surgery support according to claim 8, wherein:
the two connecting pieces are respectively and rotatably connected with the corresponding second lifting support columns around the axes of the second lifting support columns.
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