CN215690772U - Cleaning tooth pad - Google Patents

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CN215690772U
CN215690772U CN202120673911.6U CN202120673911U CN215690772U CN 215690772 U CN215690772 U CN 215690772U CN 202120673911 U CN202120673911 U CN 202120673911U CN 215690772 U CN215690772 U CN 215690772U
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The utility model provides a cleaning bite block, which comprises a bite block main body and a cleaning conduit; wherein, the bite block main body is provided with a cleaning through hole; one end of the cleaning conduit is inserted into the cleaning through hole, and the other end of the cleaning conduit is provided with a connecting piece; the connecting piece is used for connecting a suction device, and the suction device is used for extracting air in the cleaning conduit. The cleaning conduit is pumped by the suction device, so that one end of the cleaning conduit generates suction force, and the end of the cleaning conduit generating the suction force extends into the oral cavity of the patient through the cleaning through hole of the bite block, so that the oral secretion of the patient is sucked into the cleaning conduit and then discharged.

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Cleaning tooth pad
Technical Field
The utility model belongs to the field of medical instruments, and particularly relates to a tooth cleaning pad.
Background
Patients receiving tracheal intubation have more oral secretions. When the oral secretion is much, it is easy to flow into lung to cause injury. Or oral secretions exiting the oral cavity causing skin problems such as inflammation. Oral secretions can also wet the adhesive securing the endotracheal tube, causing the adhesive to lose its adhesiveness and causing the endotracheal tube to fall out. Therefore, how to clean oral secretion is a problem which needs to be solved at present.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
The utility model mainly aims to provide a tooth cleaning pad which can clean oral secretion.
In order to achieve the above objects, the present invention provides a cleaning bite block, which includes a bite block main body and a cleaning guide tube; wherein, the bite block main body is provided with a cleaning through hole; one end of the cleaning conduit is inserted into the cleaning through hole, and the other end of the cleaning conduit is provided with a connecting piece; the connecting piece is used for connecting a suction device, and the suction device is used for extracting air in the cleaning conduit. The cleaning conduit is pumped by the suction device, so that one end of the cleaning conduit generates suction force, and the end of the cleaning conduit generating the suction force extends into the oral cavity of the patient through the cleaning through hole of the bite block, so that the oral secretion of the patient is sucked into the cleaning conduit and then discharged.
In a possible implementation, the cleaning conduit is provided with two cleaning ports at one end inserted into the cleaning through hole. Two cleaning ports are provided so that the rinsing conduit can suck in oral secretions of the patient from different directions.
In a possible implementation manner, the tangent planes at the openings of the two cleaning ports are two inclined planes with different inclination directions. The openings of the two cleaning ports of the cleaning conduit are arranged as two different inclined planes. The cleaning conduit can suck oral secretion in different directions under the condition that the cleaning conduit does not extend out of the cleaning through hole. The possibility that the cleaning conduit is too close to the oral mucosa of the patient after extending out of the cleaning through hole to cause the oral mucosa of the patient to be damaged is reduced.
In one possible implementation, the outer wall of the bite block main body is provided with a circular disk. The disc is placed outside the patient's mouth after the patient bites on the bite block to reduce the possibility of the patient mistaking the bite block.
In a possible implementation, the disc is provided with a notch. When medical personnel insert clean pipe in to clean through-hole, medical personnel can press the finger and carry out the application of force on this breach for medical personnel's operation is simpler.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic view of a cleaning pad according to the present invention;
FIG. 2 is a schematic view of a cleaning conduit according to the present invention;
FIG. 3 is a schematic structural diagram of a bite block body according to the present invention;
fig. 4 is a partial structural schematic view of a tooth cleaning pad provided by the utility model.
Detailed Description
The following description is presented to disclose the utility model so as to enable any person skilled in the art to practice the utility model. The preferred embodiments in the following description are given by way of example only, and other obvious variations will occur to those skilled in the art. The basic principles of the utility model, as defined in the following description, may be applied to other embodiments, variations, modifications, equivalents, and other technical solutions without departing from the spirit and scope of the utility model.
Referring to fig. 1 of the drawings, fig. 1 is a schematic view of a cleaning bite block according to the present invention, and as shown in fig. 1, the cleaning bite block includes a bite block main body 1 and a cleaning guide tube 2; wherein, the bite block main body 1 is provided with a cleaning through hole 11; one end of the cleaning conduit 2 is inserted into the cleaning through hole, and the other end of the cleaning conduit is provided with a connecting piece 3; the connector is used for connecting a suction device which is used for extracting air in the cleaning conduit 2. The cleaning conduit is pumped by the suction device, so that one end of the cleaning conduit generates suction force, and the end of the cleaning conduit generating the suction force extends into the oral cavity of the patient through the cleaning through hole of the bite block, so that the oral secretion of the patient is sucked into the cleaning conduit and then discharged.
The cylindrical bite block body shown in fig. 1 is only one possible implementation manner provided by the present invention, and in a specific application, both sides of the bite block body may be designed to be flat or other possible implementation manners in consideration of comfort when the patient has teeth to bite, and the present invention does not specifically limit the shape of the bite block body.
In a possible implementation, the cleaning conduit is provided with two cleaning ports at one end inserted into the cleaning through hole. Fig. 2 is a schematic view of a cleaning conduit according to the present invention, as shown in fig. 2. One end of the cleaning conduit 2 is connected with a connector 3. The other end of the cleaning conduit is provided with two cleaning ports, a first cleaning port 21 and a second cleaning port 22. Two cleaning ports are provided so that the rinsing conduit can suck in oral secretions of the patient from different directions.
In a possible implementation manner, the tangent planes at the openings of the two cleaning ports are two inclined planes with different inclination directions. As shown in fig. 2, the openings of the first cleaning port 21 and the second cleaning port are inclined surfaces, and the opening inclined surface orientation of the first cleaning port 21 is different from the opening inclined surface orientation of the second cleaning port 22. The openings of the two cleaning ports of the cleaning conduit are arranged as two different inclined planes. The cleaning conduit can suck oral secretion in different directions under the condition that the cleaning conduit does not extend out of the cleaning through hole. The possibility that the cleaning conduit is too close to the oral mucosa of the patient after extending out of the cleaning through hole to cause the oral mucosa of the patient to be damaged is reduced.
In a possible implementation, a disc 12 is provided on the outer wall of the bite block body. The disc 12 is placed outside the patient's mouth after the patient bites on the bite block to reduce the likelihood of the patient mistaking the bite block.
In a possible implementation, the disc 12 is provided with a notch 121. When medical personnel insert clean pipe in to clean through-hole, medical personnel can press the finger and carry out the application of force on this breach for medical personnel's operation is simpler.
Fig. 3 is a schematic structural view of a bite block main body according to the present invention. When inserting the cleaning catheter 2 into the cleaning through hole 11 of the bite block main body 1, the medical staff can press the thumb on the notch 121 of the disc 12 and bend the index finger around the outer wall of the bite block main body 1 to push against the disc. Thus, when the cleaning conduit is inserted into the bite block main body, the disc is used as a force application point, the cleaning conduit can be inserted into the bite block main body more easily, and the possibility of slipping is reduced in the process of inserting the cleaning conduit.
Fig. 4 is a partial schematic structural view of a tooth cleaning pad according to the present invention. After one end of the cleaning pipe is inserted into the cleaning through hole 11 of the bite block body 1, the positional relationship of the first cleaning port 21 and the second cleaning port 22 of the cleaning pipe 2 is shown in fig. 4. It can be seen that in the cleaning pad shown in fig. 4, the first cleaning port 21 is open to the right to absorb secretions from the right side of the interior of the patient's mouth, and the second cleaning port 22 is open to the left to absorb secretions from the left side of the interior of the patient's mouth. Of course, the opening directions of the first cleaning port and the second cleaning port shown in fig. 2 and fig. 4 are only one possible implementation manner provided by the present invention, and in practical applications, the opening directions of the first cleaning port and the second cleaning port may be adjusted accordingly.
It should be noted that, for those skilled in the art, it is still possible to modify the technical solutions described in the foregoing embodiments or to substitute part of the technical features, and any modifications, equivalents, improvements, and the like made within the spirit and principle of the present invention should be included in the protection scope of the present invention.

Claims (5)

1. A cleaning pad, comprising: a bite block body, a cleaning conduit; the bite block main body is provided with a cleaning through hole; one end of the cleaning conduit is inserted into the cleaning through hole, and the other end of the cleaning conduit is provided with a connecting piece; the connecting piece is used for connecting a suction device, and the suction device is used for extracting air in the cleaning conduit.
2. The cleaning pad of claim 1, wherein the end of the cleaning conduit inserted into the cleaning through hole is provided with two cleaning ports.
3. The cleaning pad of claim 2, wherein the cut surfaces at the openings of the two cleaning ports are two inclined surfaces with different inclination directions.
4. The bite block for cleaning as defined in claim 1, wherein a circular disk is provided on an outer wall of said bite block body.
5. The bite block defined in claim 4, wherein said disk is provided with a notch.
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