CN216319216U - Drip cup of venous transfusion device - Google Patents

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CN216319216U
CN216319216U CN202023318118.9U CN202023318118U CN216319216U CN 216319216 U CN216319216 U CN 216319216U CN 202023318118 U CN202023318118 U CN 202023318118U CN 216319216 U CN216319216 U CN 216319216U
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刘琳琳
徐守超
张志远
郝昭晗
黄梓娆
王涛
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The utility model discloses a drip cup of an intravenous infusion apparatus, which comprises: a drip cup body; two vertically arranged clamping grooves are formed in the inner wall of the mounting shell, a first inserting tube and a second inserting tube are respectively inserted into the two clamping grooves, the bottom of the first inserting tube is communicated with the first medicine conveying tube, the bottom of the second inserting tube is communicated with the second medicine conveying tube, a horizontally arranged sliding groove is formed in the middle of the mounting shell, a roller wheel is arranged in the sliding groove in a rolling mode, and the roller wheel rolls along the sliding groove so that the roller wheel extrudes the first transfusion tube or the second transfusion tube in the mounting shell to control the flow of liquid medicine; the interior of the lower drip cup is hollow, and the bottom of the lower drip cup is provided with a medicine delivery hose which is communicated with an external infusion tube. Can insert two bags of infusion bag simultaneously, realize the fast switch-over between two infusion bags through controlling the gyro wheel, trade the liquid simple operation, alleviate medical personnel's work burden to prevented liquid medicine needle and air contact, effectively prevented bacterial infection, guaranteed the sanitary safety of infusion.

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Drip cup of venous transfusion device
Technical Field
The utility model belongs to the technical field of medical instruments, and particularly relates to a drip cup of an intravenous infusion apparatus.
Background
Intravenous infusion is a nursing activity which is most widely used in clinic, and in clinic, an infusion apparatus is generally used when a patient is treated by infusion. The infusion apparatus is a common medical consumable, and a channel between a vein and liquid medicine is established through aseptic processing and is used for intravenous infusion. The infusion apparatus generally comprises an intravenous needle or an injection needle, a needle head protective cap, an infusion tube, a flow rate regulator, a drip cup, a puncture head, an exhaust tube and the like. When a patient is treated by infusion, bubbles are generated in an infusion tube for a long time, and the reasons for the generation of the bubbles are various, such as: environmental temperature differences, drug characteristics, pipeline defects, improper operation and the like, and air bubbles can cause air lock and endanger life if entering vein blood vessels of patients through infusion tubes, so that air is strictly forbidden to enter veins from the vein infusion route.
The drip cup of the intravenous infusion apparatus has the functions of displaying the dripping speed and exhausting air for the first time, and some drip cups can be used for feeding added medicines. However, when the existing infusion apparatus is used for changing the liquid, the liquid medicine needle needs to be pulled out and then inserted into a new infusion bag, the operation of professional medical personnel is needed, time and labor are wasted, and the liquid medicine needle is pulled out and contacts with the air, so that germs are easily infected, infection is caused, and the potential safety hazard of sanitation is caused.
Therefore, in order to solve the technical problems, a drip cup of an intravenous infusion apparatus is needed to be designed, wherein the drip cup is simple and convenient in liquid changing operation and ensures the sanitary and safe infusion.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
The utility model aims to provide the drip cup of the intravenous infusion apparatus, which has simple structure and simple liquid changing operation, avoids the hidden health safety hazard and lightens the work burden of medical care personnel.
The technical scheme of the utility model is as follows:
an iv set drip chamber comprising: the drip cup comprises a drip cup body, a water inlet and a water outlet, wherein the drip cup body comprises an installation shell positioned at the upper part and a lower drip cup positioned at the lower part;
two vertically arranged clamping grooves are formed on the inner wall of the mounting shell, a first insertion pipe and a second insertion pipe are respectively inserted into the two clamping grooves, the top of the first insertion pipe extends upwards out of the top of the mounting shell, one side of the top of the first intubation is communicated with the first medicine guide tube, the top of the second intubation extends upwards out of the top of the mounting shell, one side of the top of the second intubation is communicated with a second medicine guide tube, the bottom of the first intubation is communicated with a first medicine conveying tube, the bottom of the first medicine conveying pipe extends into the lower drip cup, the bottom of the second inserting pipe is communicated with the second medicine conveying pipe, the bottom of the second medicine conveying pipe extends into the lower drip cup, a sliding groove which is horizontally arranged is arranged in the middle of the mounting shell, a roller is arranged in the chute in a rolling way, and when the roller is pushed, the roller rolls along the chute so as to enable the roller to extrude the first infusion tube or the second infusion tube in the mounting shell to control the flow of the liquid medicine;
the interior of the lower drip cup is hollow, and the bottom of the lower drip cup is provided with a medicine delivery hose which is communicated with an external infusion tube.
In the technical scheme, a rotating shaft is installed at the center of the roller, and gears are formed at the top and the bottom of the rotating shaft.
In the technical scheme, rotating teeth meshed with the gear are formed in the sliding groove, so that the roller rolls along the horizontal sliding groove.
In the technical scheme, a liquid outlet hole is formed at the bottom of the lower drip cup, and the medicine delivery hose penetrates through the liquid outlet hole to be communicated with an external infusion tube.
In the above technical scheme, the first cannula is connected with the first drug delivery tube through the first sleeve, and the first sleeve is sleeved outside the joint of the first cannula and the first drug delivery tube.
In the above technical scheme, the second cannula is connected with the second drug delivery tube through a second sleeve, and the second sleeve is sleeved outside the joint of the second cannula and the second drug delivery tube.
In the technical scheme, the lower drip cup is made of transparent plastic, and the appearance head of the lower drip cup is transparent, so that the height and the flow rate of the liquid medicine in the lower drip cup can be observed conveniently.
The utility model has the advantages and positive effects that:
1. the drip cup of the intravenous infusion apparatus can be connected into two infusion bags simultaneously, the two infusion bags can be switched rapidly by controlling the idler wheels, the liquid changing operation is convenient, the work load of medical personnel is reduced, the liquid medicine needle is prevented from contacting with air, the bacterial infection is effectively prevented, and the sanitary safety of infusion is ensured.
2. The transparent appearance of the lower drip cup is convenient for observing the height and the flow speed of the liquid medicine in the lower drip cup.
3. The utility model has simple structure and low production cost, and is suitable for large-scale production and application.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic structural view of an IV drip chamber of the present invention;
FIG. 2 is an exploded view of the IV drip chamber of the present invention;
fig. 3 is a partially enlarged view of the chute of the present invention.
In the figure:
1. a first cannula 2, a second cannula 3, a first cannula
4. Second sleeve 5, mounting shell 6 and sliding chute
7. A first medicine conveying pipe 8, a second medicine conveying pipe 9 and a roller
10. A lower drip cup 11, a medicine delivery hose 12 and a clamping groove
13. A first medicine guide tube 14, a second medicine guide tube 15 and a rotating tooth
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The present invention will be described in further detail with reference to specific examples. It should be understood that the specific embodiments described herein are merely illustrative of the utility model and are not intended to limit the scope of the utility model in any way.
Example 1
As shown in the figures, the drip cup of the intravenous infusion apparatus of the present invention comprises: the drip cup comprises a drip cup body, a water inlet and a water outlet, wherein the drip cup body comprises an installation shell positioned at the upper part and a lower drip cup positioned at the lower part;
two vertically arranged clamping grooves are formed on the inner wall of the mounting shell, a first insertion pipe and a second insertion pipe are respectively inserted into the two clamping grooves, the top of the first insertion pipe extends upwards out of the top of the mounting shell, one side of the top of the first intubation is communicated with the first medicine guide tube, the top of the second intubation extends upwards out of the top of the mounting shell, one side of the top of the second intubation is communicated with a second medicine guide tube, the bottom of the first intubation is communicated with a first medicine conveying tube, the bottom of the first medicine conveying pipe extends into the lower drip cup, the bottom of the second inserting pipe is communicated with the second medicine conveying pipe, the bottom of the second medicine conveying pipe extends into the lower drip cup, a sliding groove which is horizontally arranged is arranged in the middle of the mounting shell, a roller is arranged in the chute in a rolling way, and when the roller is pushed, the roller rolls along the chute so as to enable the roller to extrude the first infusion tube or the second infusion tube in the mounting shell to control the flow of the liquid medicine;
the interior of the lower drip cup is hollow, and the bottom of the lower drip cup is provided with a medicine delivery hose which is communicated with an external infusion tube.
Further, a rotating shaft is installed at the center of the roller, and gears are formed at the top and the bottom of the rotating shaft.
Furthermore, a rotating tooth meshed with the gear is formed in the sliding groove, so that the roller rolls along the horizontal sliding groove.
Furthermore, a liquid outlet hole is formed at the bottom of the lower drip cup, and the medicine delivery hose penetrates through the liquid outlet hole to be communicated with an external infusion tube.
Furthermore, the first cannula is connected with the first medicine conveying pipe through a first sleeve, and the first sleeve is sleeved outside the joint of the first cannula and the first medicine conveying pipe.
Furthermore, the second cannula is connected with the second drug delivery tube through a second sleeve, and the second sleeve is sleeved outside the joint of the second cannula and the second drug delivery tube.
Furthermore, the lower drip cup is made of transparent plastic, and the appearance head of the lower drip cup is transparent, so that the height and the flow rate of the liquid medicine in the lower drip cup can be observed conveniently.
The drip cup of the intravenous infusion apparatus has the following working principle:
the first medicine guide pipe is communicated with an external bag of infusion bag, the second medicine guide pipe is communicated with the external bag of infusion bag, the first medicine guide pipe is communicated with the first inserting pipe so that liquid of the bag of infusion bag flows into the lower dropping kettle, when the first medicine guide pipe is needed to introduce liquid medicine in the infusion bag into the lower dropping kettle, the roller in the sliding chute is rotated to extrude the second medicine conveying pipe, the second medicine conveying pipe is blocked so as to prevent the second medicine conveying pipe from conveying liquid medicine into the lower dropping kettle, and meanwhile, the liquid medicine in the infusion bag communicated with the first medicine guide pipe normally flows into the lower dropping kettle through the first medicine conveying pipe to normally infuse a patient; after the liquid medicine in the infusion bag communicated with the first medicine guide tube is infused, the roller is rotated to leave the second medicine conveying tube, so that the second medicine guide tube is communicated with the second medicine conveying tube, and the liquid medicine in the other infusion bag communicated with the second medicine guide tube flows into the second medicine conveying tube to start normal infusion on a patient.
The drip cup of the intravenous infusion apparatus can be connected with two infusion bags simultaneously, the infusion tube is switched on or blocked by controlling the roller, so that the switching of the delivered liquid medicine is realized, the contact between a liquid medicine needle and air is reduced, the bacterial infection is effectively prevented, meanwhile, the operation of liquid changing is simple by operating the roller, and the work burden of medical staff is reduced.
Spatially relative terms, such as "upper," "lower," "left," "right," and the like, may be used in the embodiments for ease of description to describe one element or feature's relationship to another element or feature as illustrated in the figures. It will be understood that the spatial terms are intended to encompass different orientations of the device in use or operation in addition to the orientation depicted in the figures. For example, if the device in the figures is turned over, elements described as "below" other elements or features would then be oriented "above" the other elements or features. Thus, the exemplary term "lower" can encompass both an upper and a lower orientation. The device may be otherwise oriented (rotated 90 degrees or at other orientations) and the spatially relative descriptors used herein interpreted accordingly.
Moreover, relational terms such as "first" and "second," and the like, may be used solely to distinguish one element from another element having the same name, without necessarily requiring or implying any actual such relationship or order between such elements.
The utility model has been described in an illustrative manner, and it is to be understood that any simple variations, modifications or other equivalent changes which can be made by one skilled in the art without departing from the spirit of the utility model fall within the scope of the utility model.

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1. A drip cup of an intravenous infusion apparatus is characterized in that: the drip cup comprises a drip cup body, wherein the drip cup body comprises an installation shell positioned at the upper part and a lower drip cup positioned at the lower part;
two vertically arranged clamping grooves are formed on the inner wall of the mounting shell, a first insertion pipe and a second insertion pipe are respectively inserted into the two clamping grooves, the top of the first insertion pipe extends upwards out of the top of the mounting shell, one side of the top of the first intubation is communicated with the first medicine guide tube, the top of the second intubation extends upwards out of the top of the mounting shell, one side of the top of the second intubation is communicated with a second medicine guide tube, the bottom of the first intubation is communicated with a first medicine conveying tube, the bottom of the first medicine conveying pipe extends into the lower drip cup, the bottom of the second inserting pipe is communicated with the second medicine conveying pipe, the bottom of the second medicine conveying pipe extends into the lower drip cup, a sliding groove which is horizontally arranged is arranged in the middle of the mounting shell, a roller is arranged in the chute in a rolling way, and when the roller is pushed, the roller rolls along the chute so as to enable the roller to extrude the first infusion tube or the second infusion tube in the mounting shell to control the flow of the liquid medicine;
the interior of the lower drip cup is hollow, and the bottom of the lower drip cup is provided with a medicine delivery hose which is communicated with an external infusion tube.
2. The iv drip chamber of claim 1, wherein: a rotating shaft is installed in the center of the roller, and gears are formed at the top and the bottom of the rotating shaft.
3. The iv drip chamber of claim 2, wherein: and rotating teeth meshed with the gear are formed in the sliding groove, so that the roller rolls along the horizontal sliding groove.
4. The iv drip chamber of claim 3, wherein: a liquid outlet is formed at the bottom of the lower drip cup, and the medicine delivery hose passes through the liquid outlet and is communicated with an external infusion tube.
5. The iv drip chamber of claim 4, wherein: the first cannula is connected with the first medicine conveying pipe through a first sleeve, and the first sleeve is sleeved on the outer side of the joint of the first cannula and the first medicine conveying pipe.
6. The iv drip chamber of claim 5, wherein: the second cannula is connected with the second medicine conveying pipe through a second sleeve, and the second sleeve is sleeved on the outer side of the joint of the second cannula and the second medicine conveying pipe.
7. The iv drip chamber of claim 6, wherein: the lower drip cup is made of transparent plastic.
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