CN215537331U - Support infusion auxiliary device of PDA scanning - Google Patents

Support infusion auxiliary device of PDA scanning Download PDF

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CN215537331U
CN215537331U CN202120301381.2U CN202120301381U CN215537331U CN 215537331 U CN215537331 U CN 215537331U CN 202120301381 U CN202120301381 U CN 202120301381U CN 215537331 U CN215537331 U CN 215537331U
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谢丽丽
方一宇
张悄然
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The application discloses support infusion auxiliary device of PDA scanning, including infrared sensing device and scanning panel. Infrared sensing device includes the casing, the surface of casing is equipped with the arc wall with Mofei's burette shape looks adaptation, both sides are equipped with a transmitter and receiver respectively about the arc wall inboard, be equipped with PCB board, battery and the signal emission device of electricity connection in the casing, scanning panel is equipped with and is used for receiving signal emission device's signal reception device, the second display screen that is used for showing the first display screen of two-dimensional code and is used for the count, signal reception device first display screen with the second display screen electricity is connected. The transfusion auxiliary device supporting PDA scanning provided by the utility model has high counting precision, and is convenient for a nurse to check and record into a database through an information medical system.

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Support infusion auxiliary device of PDA scanning
Technical Field
The utility model relates to the technical field of medical auxiliary appliances, in particular to an infusion auxiliary device supporting PDA scanning.
Background
With the development of information technology, electronic medical records gradually enter medical institutions and are more and more widely put into use. The electronic medical record can assist medical staff to quickly, intuitively and accurately know the accurate data of treatment and examination previously received by a patient, avoid errors and omissions of medical history description caused by unclear memory of the patient and shorten the time for a doctor to confirm the diagnosis. In addition, the electronic medical record also has a certain reference value in the treatment of medical disputes.
At present, in clinical work, the venous transfusion has been helped by the PDA scanner to check the transfusion information of the patient, but the transfusion drop number data still relies on the nurse to use the meter to count, and the counting mode takes time and is longer, and the accuracy is not high, and in addition, the counting is completed, the nurse is required to manually enter the data base, and some errors can be generated inevitably.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
Aiming at the problems, the utility model provides the transfusion auxiliary device supporting PDA scanning, which has high counting precision and is convenient for nurses to check and record the data into a database through an information medical system.
The technical scheme adopted by the utility model is as follows: the utility model provides an infusion auxiliary device supporting PDA scanning, which comprises an infrared sensing device and a scanning panel. The infrared sensing device comprises a shell, an arc-shaped groove matched with the Murphy's dropper in shape is formed in the surface of the shell, a transmitter and a receiver are respectively arranged on the left side and the right side of the inner side of the arc-shaped groove, and a PCB (printed circuit board), a battery and a signal transmitting device which are electrically connected are arranged in the shell. The scanning panel is provided with a signal receiving device for receiving the signal transmitting device, a first display screen for displaying the two-dimensional code and a second display screen for counting, and the signal receiving device, the first display screen and the second display screen are electrically connected.
In an embodiment of the present invention, the signal transmitting device and the signal receiving device are signal transmitters or signal receivers of any one of a bluetooth transmission technology, a Wi-Fi transmission technology, and an NFC transmission technology.
In an embodiment of the present invention, a solar panel is disposed on a surface of a housing of the infrared sensing device, the solar panel is connected to a battery in the housing, and the solar panel can continuously supply power to the battery.
In an embodiment of the present invention, the scanning panel is provided with an alarm lamp and/or an alarm buzzer, which can give out an alarm to prompt a patient and prevent blood from flowing backwards.
In an embodiment of the present invention, the scanning panel and the infrared sensing device are assembled into a whole, which is not easy to be mixed.
In one embodiment of the present invention, the scanning panel is provided with a hook for hanging so as to be used by the infusion patient when the patient moves.
In an embodiment of the present invention, the inner side of the arc-shaped groove has a limiting section or a limiting step for limiting the mofir dropper, and the limiting section or the limiting step is used for limiting or clamping the mofir dropper.
The utility model has the beneficial effects that: the utility model provides an infusion assisting device supporting PDA scanning, when in use, an infrared sensing device is supported at the lower part of a Murphy dropper, a transmitter and a receiver are a transmitter and a receiver which are transmitted by infrared signals and are arranged opposite to each other, when liquid drops drop, the infrared signals can be blocked, so that the number of drops of infusion and the number of drops per minute can be accurately recorded, the number of drops data are transmitted to a signal receiving device of a scanning panel by a signal transmitting device, and the number of drops data are displayed by two modes after the signal receiving device receives and collects the number of drops data, one mode is that a two-dimensional code is displayed on a first display screen of the scanning panel, the other mode is that an Arabic number forming the number of drops is displayed on a second display screen, a nurse scans the two-dimensional code displayed on the first display screen by using a PDA scanner and can enter a database by an information medical system, and the data displayed on the second display screen can be used for checking when data are entered, to reduce the risk of errors in logging data. The nurse once only accomplishes the information of checking through PDA scanner at the inspection in-process to register the drop number data, improve work efficiency and precision greatly.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic view of an infusion aid according to an embodiment of the utility model;
FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view of an infrared sensing device in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 3 is another cross-sectional view of an infrared sensing device in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 4 is a block diagram of the system configuration of the infusion assisting device in the embodiment of the present invention.
The figures are numbered: 1. an infrared sensing device; 2. scanning the panel; 3. a Murphy dropper; 11. a housing; 12. an arc-shaped slot; 13. a transmitter; 14. a receiver; 15. a PCB board; 16. a battery; 17. a signal transmitting device; 21. a signal receiving device; 22. a first display screen; 23. a second display screen; 24. a control switch; 25. an alarm indicator light; 26. an alarm buzzer; 121. a limiting section.
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The present invention will now be described more fully hereinafter with reference to the accompanying drawings, in which embodiments of the utility model are shown.
Referring to fig. 1-4, the present invention provides an infusion assisting device supporting PDA scanning, which includes an infrared sensing device 1 and a scanning panel 2. The infrared sensing device 1 comprises a shell 11, an arc-shaped groove 12 matched with the Murphy's dropper 3 in shape is arranged on the surface of the shell 11, a transmitter 13 and a receiver 14 are respectively arranged on the left side and the right side of the inner side of the arc-shaped groove 12, and a PCB 15, a battery 16 and a signal transmitting device 17 which are electrically connected are arranged in the shell 11. The scanning panel 2 is provided with a signal receiving device 21 for receiving the signal transmitting device 17, a first display screen 22 for displaying the two-dimensional code and a second display screen 23 for counting, and the signal receiving device 21, the first display screen 22 and the second display screen 23 are electrically connected.
When the intelligent infusion device is used, the infrared sensing device 1 is supported at the lower part of the Murphy's dropper 3, the emitter 13 and the receiver 14 are the emitter 13 and the receiver 14 which are transmitted through infrared signals and are arranged opposite to each other, when liquid drops drop, the infrared signals can be blocked, the number of drops of infusion and the number of drops per minute can be accurately recorded, the number of drops data are transmitted to the signal receiving device 21 of the scanning panel 2 through the signal transmitting device 17, meanwhile, the number of drops data are displayed in two modes after the signal receiving device 21 receives and collects the number of drops data, one mode is that the two-dimensional code is displayed on the first display screen 22 of the scanning panel 2, the other mode is that the Arabic number forming the number of drops is displayed on the second display screen 23, a nurse scans the two-dimensional code displayed on the first display screen 22 through the PDA scanner and can enter a database through an information medical system, and the data displayed on the second display screen 23 can be used for checking when data are entered, to reduce the risk of errors in logging data. The nurse once only accomplishes the information of checking through PDA scanner at the inspection in-process to register the drop number data, improve work efficiency and precision greatly.
Wherein, the arc-shaped groove 12 is provided with a notch at the side of the shell 11, the Murphy's dropper 3 can be inserted into the arc-shaped groove 12 through the notch, and the transfusion allowance in the Murphy's dropper 3 can be seen by patients and nurses through the notch.
In an embodiment of the present invention, the signal transmitter 17 and the signal receiver 21 are the signal transmitter 13 or the signal receiver 14 of any one of bluetooth transmission technology, Wi-Fi transmission technology, and NFC transmission technology.
In an embodiment of the present invention, a solar panel (not shown) is disposed on a surface of the housing 11 of the infrared sensing device 1, and the solar panel is connected to the battery 16 inside the housing 11. The solar panels can be charged by sunlight or light and constantly supply power to the battery 16. Wherein the battery 16 may be a button rechargeable battery 16.
In an embodiment of the present invention, the scanning panel 2 is provided with an alarm lamp 25 and/or an alarm buzzer 26. When no liquid medicine can be dripped after the transfusion is finished, the alarm prompt lamp 25 and the alarm buzzer 26 can give out a warning to prompt a patient and avoid the backflow of blood.
In an embodiment of the present invention, the scanning panel 2 and the infrared sensing device 1 are assembled into a whole. The infrared sensing devices 1 and the scanning panels 2 are used in a one-to-one correspondence manner, and are not easy to mix.
In addition, a control switch 24 for controlling the infrared sensing device 1 and the scanning panel 2 to open and close is further disposed on the scanning panel 2, so as to perform opening and closing operations and return to zero operation of the drop number data.
In an embodiment of the present invention, the scanning panel 2 is provided with a hook (not shown) for hanging. The scanning panel 2 can be hung on a movable infusion support together with an infusion bottle or an infusion bag for use, so that an infusion patient can use the scanning panel when moving.
In an embodiment of the present invention, the inner side of the arc-shaped groove 12 has a position-limiting section 121 or a position-limiting step for limiting the mofi dropper 3, and the position-limiting section 121 or the position-limiting step can support the mofi dropper 3.
Converters may be provided in the receiver 14 and the signal receiving device 21 in the embodiments of the present application to realize conversion between different signals.
The above description is only for the preferred embodiment of the present invention and is not intended to limit the scope of the present invention, and all equivalent structural changes made by using the contents of the present specification and the drawings can be directly or indirectly applied to other related technical fields and are included in the scope of the present invention.

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1. An infusion auxiliary device supporting PDA scanning is characterized by comprising an infrared sensing device and a scanning panel;
the infrared sensing device comprises a shell, an arc-shaped groove matched with the Murphy's dropper in shape is formed in the surface of the shell, a transmitter and a receiver are respectively arranged on the left side and the right side of the inner side of the arc-shaped groove, and a PCB (printed circuit board), a battery and a signal transmitting device which are electrically connected are arranged in the shell;
the scanning panel is provided with a signal receiving device for receiving the signal transmitting device, a first display screen for displaying the two-dimensional code and a second display screen for counting, and the signal receiving device, the first display screen and the second display screen are electrically connected.
2. The PDA scanning-enabled infusion assisting device as claimed in claim 1, wherein the signal emitting device and the signal receiving device are signal emitters or signal receivers of any one of Bluetooth transmission technology, Wi-Fi transmission technology and NFC transmission technology.
3. The PDA scanning-enabled infusion aid device of claim 1, wherein a solar panel is provided on a surface of the housing of the infrared sensing device, and the solar panel is connected to a battery in the housing.
4. The PDA scanning enabled infusion assist device of claim 1, wherein said scanning panel is provided with an alarm warning light and/or an alarm buzzer.
5. The PDA scanning enabled infusion assist device of claim 1, wherein said scanning panel is integrally assembled with said infrared sensing device.
6. The PDA scanning enabled infusion assist device of claim 5, wherein said scanning panel is provided with a hanger for hanging.
7. The PDA scanning-enabled infusion aid device as claimed in claim 1, wherein the inner side of the arc-shaped groove is provided with a limiting section or a limiting step for limiting a Murphy's dropper.
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