DE102013203353B4 - hip orthosis - Google Patents

hip orthosis

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DE102013203353B4
DE102013203353B4 DE102013203353.2A DE102013203353A DE102013203353B4 DE 102013203353 B4 DE102013203353 B4 DE 102013203353B4 DE 102013203353 A DE102013203353 A DE 102013203353A DE 102013203353 B4 DE102013203353 B4 DE 102013203353B4
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Christoph Thiel
Ismail Bahadir Pamir
Harry Plechelmus-Christenhusz
Ryelle Charissa de Wit
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61FFILTERS IMPLANTABLE INTO BLOOD VESSELS; PROSTHESES; DEVICES PROVIDING PATENCY TO, OR PREVENTING COLLAPSING OF, TUBULAR STRUCTURES OF THE BODY, e.g. STENTS; ORTHOPAEDIC, NURSING OR CONTRACEPTIVE DEVICES; FOMENTATION; TREATMENT OR PROTECTION OF EYES OR EARS; BANDAGES, DRESSINGS OR ABSORBENT PADS; FIRST-AID KITS
    • A61F5/00Orthopaedic methods or devices for non-surgical treatment of bones or joints; Nursing devices; Anti-rape devices
    • A61F5/01Orthopaedic devices, e.g. splints, casts or braces
    • A61F5/0193Apparatus specially adapted for treating hip dislocation; Abduction splints
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61FFILTERS IMPLANTABLE INTO BLOOD VESSELS; PROSTHESES; DEVICES PROVIDING PATENCY TO, OR PREVENTING COLLAPSING OF, TUBULAR STRUCTURES OF THE BODY, e.g. STENTS; ORTHOPAEDIC, NURSING OR CONTRACEPTIVE DEVICES; FOMENTATION; TREATMENT OR PROTECTION OF EYES OR EARS; BANDAGES, DRESSINGS OR ABSORBENT PADS; FIRST-AID KITS
    • A61F5/00Orthopaedic methods or devices for non-surgical treatment of bones or joints; Nursing devices; Anti-rape devices
    • A61F5/01Orthopaedic devices, e.g. splints, casts or braces
    • A61F5/0102Orthopaedic devices, e.g. splints, casts or braces specially adapted for correcting deformities of the limbs or for supporting them; Ortheses, e.g. with articulations
    • A61F2005/0132Additional features of the articulation
    • A61F2005/0137Additional features of the articulation with two parallel pivots

Abstract

Hip orthosis (10) for application in the region of the hip and in the region of a thigh of a patient, with a hip shell (12), with a femur pressure part (18), with a knee brace (26) and with rail-like connecting means (16, 24), wherein a first connecting means (16) connects the hip cup (12) to the femur pressure part (18) and wherein a second connecting means (24) connects the femur pressure part (18) to the knee clip (26), the femur pressure part (16) 18) has fastening sections (44.1, 44.2) for the first and for the second connecting means (16, 24) such that the first connecting means (16) and the second connecting means (24) in front view at an imaginary intersection at an angle β of 10 ° to 20 ° to each other are arranged or can be arranged, characterized in that an at least partially wedge-shaped wedge element (74) is provided on the at least partially abutting the first and the second connecting means (16, 24) t or is supported on it, whereby on the wedge element (74) two abutment sections (47.1, 47.2) for abutment of the first connecting means (16) and for abutment of the second connecting means (24) are provided and the wedge element (74) is formed such that the Keilelementseitigen contact sections (47.1, 47.2) opposite to the respective associated femur pressure part side mounting portions (44.1, 44.2), so that the two connecting means (16, 24) between a contact portion (47.1, 47.2) and a mounting portion (44.1, 44.2) are held ,

Description

  • The invention relates to a hip orthosis for application in the region of the hip and in the region of a thigh of a patient, with a hip shell, with a femur pressure part, with a knee brace and with rail-like connecting means, in particular metal rails, wherein a first connecting means the hip shell with the femur. Pressure part connects, and wherein a second connecting means connects the femur pressure part with the knee brace.
  • Such hip orthoses are widely known from the prior art. For example, shows the DE 10 2004 020 980 A1 such a hip orthosis. The femur pressure part exerts pressure on the thigh from the outside and holds the hip joint in the acetabular cup. The force exerted by the thigh on the femur pressure part counterforce is absorbed by the hip shell and the knee brace. In the prior art, the connecting means arranged on the femur pressure part for connecting the femur pressure part to the pelvic ring or for connecting the femur pressure part to the knee brace lie substantially in one plane. Such hip braces can not always reliably prevent a dislocation, that is, a bulging of the femoral head from the acetabular cup. Furthermore, the shows DE 271 587 A a sleeve rail apparatus with the features of the preamble of claim 1.
  • Next shows the DE 563 009 A An orthosis for the foot, the stop can be varied by means of a wedge at an angle.
  • From the US 2010/0152637 A1 It is known that a support element for a joint can be variably adapted to the corresponding body. EP 1 743 607 A1 specifies this for hip braces.
  • Furthermore, the shows US 2005/0283102 A1 a hip orthosis, the pressure part on or bulges for attachment of a support structure and can be attached to the body side facing padding elements. In addition, it discloses the possibility that attachment portions include an angle. Hip braces, which correspond to the state of the art, can thus not offer the user the greatest possible freedom of movement with the best possible prevention of dislocation.
  • The invention is therefore based on the object to provide a hip orthosis, with which a dislocation can be effectively prevented, the patient should remain the greatest possible freedom of movement.
  • This object is achieved with a hip orthosis with the features of claim 1. Accordingly, the femur pressure part has fastening sections for the first and for the second connecting means in such a way that the first connecting means and the second connecting means in the front view at an imaginary intersection point at an angle β of 10 ° to 20 °, preferably of about 15 °, arranged to each other or can be arranged. The front view is the view of the orthosis in the worn state along the sagittal plane or perpendicular to the frontal plane. According to the invention, an advantageous angle between the first connection means and the second connection means can be provided by the femur pressure part and the subsequent fastening of the connection means on the femur pressure part.
  • In this case, an at least partially wedge-shaped wedge element is present, at least partially abuts the first and second connecting means or is supported thereon, wherein the wedge element two abutment portions for abutment of the first and second connecting means are present and the wedge member is formed such that the wedge element side Anlageabschnitte the respective associated femur pressure part side mounting portions are opposite, so that the two connecting means are each held between a contact portion and a mounting portion. This results in a comparatively stable arrangement of the two connecting means on the femur pressure part.
  • It is conceivable to provide a plurality of different femur pressure parts, so that, depending on the patient, the hip orthosis can be adapted to the patient such that the first connection means to the second connection means can be arranged in an angle β which is optimal for the patient.
  • In this case, it is particularly preferred if the angle β is chosen such that the end of the second connecting means, which is at a distance from the femur pressure part, can be arranged or arranged in front view toward the thigh of the patient or can be arranged. With such an arrangement, when the knee brace is attached to the thigh and the pelvic ring is attached to the hip, the femur pressure member can apply pressure to the thigh and prevent dislocation of the hip joint.
  • Furthermore, it is advantageous if the central longitudinal axis of the first connecting means and the central longitudinal axis of the second connecting means lie in a side view, ie perpendicular to the front view, in a plane. A joint, for example in the form of a multiple joint, may be attached to the second connection means. It is special Preferably, when only the part of the second connection means, which can be attached to the femur pressure part, with the first connection means lies in a plane.
  • Advantageously, the fastening portions each have an at least partially planar surface or form these. On these flat surfaces, the rail-like connecting means, which may be metal rails, are fastened. The two attachment portions or surfaces preferably include the angle β of about 10 ° to about 20 °, and preferably of about 15 °, a. In particular, they have the same angular arrangement as the first and second connecting means arranged on the fastening sections.
  • A further advantageous embodiment of the hip orthosis provides that the femur pressure part on its in the worn state to the patient's body facing back at least partially has a back to the open, rectangular in cross-section channel, wherein in the channel, the wedge element is formed such that the wedge-shaped wedge element at least indirectly supported on a thigh of the patient. When wearing a hip orthosis large forces can act in the area of the femoral pressure part, since the femoral pressure part to prevent movement of the thigh to the outside and exerts pressure on the thigh inward. Characterized in that the wedge element is provided in the channel, the wedge-shaped wedge element, as well as the rest of the femur pressure part can be supported on the thigh of the patient. In the event that upholstery is attached to the femur pressure part, the wedge-shaped wedge element can then be supported at least indirectly, namely via the padding, on the thigh of the patient.
  • Advantageously, the femur pressure part has a receiving portion for the second connecting means such that the second connecting means in different lengths in or from the receiving portion is receivable. In such an embodiment, the femur pressure part can be releasably connected to the second connection means, so that an adjustability with respect to the length of the second connection means can be provided on the femur pressure part.
  • For this purpose, the receiving portion may be at least partially rectangular in cross-section. By virtue of the at least partially rectangular cross section, the receiving section can be adapted to the cross section of the second connecting means which can be received in the receiving section. In this case, the cross section of the receiving portion may in particular be selected such that it substantially coincides with the cross section of the second connecting means. Consequently, forces which act on the second connecting means can be derived directly into the receiving portion of the femur pressure part.
  • A further advantageous embodiment of the hip orthosis provides that the first connection means is positively connected to the femur pressure part, in particular screwed. By screwing the first connection means with the femur pressure part, a particularly secure connection of the first connection means with the femur pressure part can be ensured.
  • It is particularly preferred if the second connecting means with the femoral pressure member non-positively, in particular by clamping is connectable.
  • In this case, the femur pressure part may have a clamping device connected to the femur pressure part for detachable connection to the second connection means. Consequently, by opening the clamping device and then adjusting the length by inserting or pulling out the connecting means from the receiving section and then closing the clamping device, the length of the second connecting means can be easily adjusted.
  • Advantageously, the femur pressure part has a plurality of indentations and / or bulges and / or ribs. By providing these indentations and / or bulges or ribs, an increased rigidity of the femur pressure part can be provided.
  • It is particularly preferred if the indentations and / or bulges are at least partially formed so flat that on the side facing the body of the patient back of the femur pressure pad elements can be attached to the inputs and / or bulges. These upholstery elements can be attached in particular by gluing or by Velcro on the inputs and / or bulges and / or ribs.
  • A further advantageous embodiment of the hip orthosis provides that the femur pressure part as an injection molded part, as a deep-drawn component, or as a milled component, in particular made of plastic or metal, is made. In this case, the femur pressure part can be made in particular of a thermoplastic material. By producing the femur pressure part as a plastic injection molded part complicated contours, such as supports, braces or the inputs and / or bulges can be easily and inexpensively.
  • Further details and advantageous embodiments of the invention will become apparent from the following description, with reference to which the embodiment of the invention shown in the figures is described and explained in more detail.
  • Show it:
    • 1 an oblique view of a hip orthosis according to the invention;
    • 2 a side view of the hip orthosis according to 1 ;
    • 3 a front view of a part of the hip orthosis according to 1 and 2 ;
    • 4 the femoral pressure part of the hip orthosis according to 1 to 3 with fasteners attached thereto in the rear view (without depiction of the wedge element required according to the invention) and
    • 5 a rear view of the femur pressure member with attached connecting means in section along the line VV according to 4 in a non-inventive embodiment.
  • 1 shows an oblique view of a hip orthosis according to the invention 10 , The hip orthosis 10 has two mirror-image trained Hüftschalen 12 on, which together with a belt, not shown, a pelvic ring for applying the hip brace 10 in the area of the hip of a patient. These hip cups 12 have slot-like insertion sections 14 on, in which the lap belts, not shown, can be introduced. This is shown by each hip cup 12 each a wide insertion section 14 and in each case a narrow insertion section 14 on. The width insertion section 14 is used to attach a wide lap belt in the area of the back of a patient, whereas the narrow insertion section is provided for attaching a narrow lap belt in the front of a patient.
  • The two hip cups 12 lie in the region of the hip bone on a body of a patient. For this purpose, it may be provided that on the body-facing side of the hip shell 12 Padding is provided, which in 1 but not shown. At the in 1 left hip shell extends a first connection means 16 to a femur pressure part 18 , The first connection means 16 points between the femoral pressure part 18 and the hip cup 12 additionally a multiple joint 20 with several limbs, which allows a movement of the thigh of the patient. At the multiple joint 20 is also a stop device 21 provided, which the multiple joint 20 at least partially covered. At the bottom of the first connecting means 16, that is below the multiple joint 20 , is the first fastener 16 on the femur pressure part 18 attached. The first connection means 16 is connected to the femur pressure member 18 by means not shown connecting means, such as screws or rivets. At the bottom, that is at the first connecting means 16 opposite end is the femoral pressure part 18 with a second connecting means 24 connected. This second connection means 24 is on his the femur pressure part 18 turned away turn with a knee brace 26 connected. This knee brace 26 serves to apply the hip orthosis 10 in the area of the thigh of a patient just above the knee. For this purpose, the knee brace 26 at their respective, the thigh of a patient enclosing ends bow-like tabs 28 on, through which a fastening belt can be passed. With this in 1 not shown fastening strap can the knee brace 26 then fixed on the thigh of the patient.
  • 2 shows a side view of the hip orthosis 10 looking at the hip orthosis 10 from the left along the arrow 30 in 1 , In the upper area of the hip orthosis 10 is the hip cup 12 with their introductory sections 14 clearly visible. About a clamping device shown only in the closed state 32 , which with the hip shell 12 is integrally connected, is the first connection means 16 at the hip cup 12 attached. The multiple joint 20 has three rotating links 34 on. At the first connection means 16 is on the hip cup 12 opposite side of the femur pressure part 18 arranged. In this femur pressure part 18 is again the second connecting means 24 completely inserted and by means of another clamping device 36 , which are in the lower part of the femur pressure part 18 is arranged, with the second connecting means 24 connected. On the underside, that is on the femur pressure part 18 opposite side is the knee brace 26 on the second connection means 24 attached. This is the second connection means 24 with a conditioning section 38 the knee brace 26 connected. The investment sections 38 serve for the lateral attachment of the knee brace 26 on the thigh of a patient above the knee. The bow-shaped tabs 28 for the fastening strap are also in 2 clearly visible.
  • In 3 is the front view of a part of the orthosis components in the direction along the arrow 40 according to 2 shown. There it can be seen that the first connection means 16 and the second connection means 24 , which at the femur pressure part 18 are fixed, include an angle β in an imaginary point of intersection. The angle β is between an imaginary extension 41 of the bonding agent 24 and the connecting means 16 , The attachment of the two connecting means 16 . 24 at the femur pressure part 18, and the angle β are in the 4 and 5 clearly visible.
  • In 4 is the femur pressure part 18 in its rear view, that is to say from the side normally applied to a thigh of a patient. In the upper area 42 has the femur pressure part 18 a cross section at least partially rectangular attachment portion 44.1 on. At this attachment section 44.1 or at one of the first connection means 16 lying flat surface 46.1 of the mounting portion 44.1 of the femur pressure part 18 lies the first connection means 16 on and is with the femur pressure part 18 , and a wedge element 74 , about screws 48 screwed. In a lower region 50 of the femur pressure part 18 the second connecting means 24 is located at a further attachment portion 44.2 that has a flat surface 46.2 has, on. In this case, the second connection means 24 in a receiving section 52 fully inserted. This recording section 52 is formed in cross-section at least partially rectangular. As in 2 can be clearly seen, the second connecting means 24 is up to an in 2 illustrated stop section 54 in the recording section 52 of the femur pressure part 18 inserted.
  • The femur pressure part according to 4 and 5 has a variety of bars 56 on. These bridges 56 serve to stabilize the formed as an injection molded part femur pressure part 18 , In the area of the clamping device shown from behind 36 are the bars 56 to the respective load, which in the region of the clamping device 36 can occur, adjusted. The clamping device 36 has an at least partially flexible spring portion 58 on, which at its tip a in 5 recognizable cones 59 carries, which for locking fixation in holes 57 the second connection means 24 intervenes.
  • 5 shows an enlarged view of the femur pressure part 18 with fasteners attached thereto 16 . 24 in section along the line VV according to 4 , The first connection means 16 is in the upper range 42 of the femur pressure part 18 by means of the two screws 48 screwed. In the area below 50 of the femur pressure part 18 turn that is in the receiving section 52 inserted second connecting means 24 to recognize, on the one hand on the spring section 58 with a hole 57 the second connection means 24 is latched and on the other hand via a bow-shaped clamping element 63 the clamping device 36 , which has an eccentric clamping section 64 having, with the femur pressure part 18 connected is. It is in 5 to recognize that the femur pressure part 18 or as flat surfaces 46 trained attachment sections 44 of the femur pressure part 18 are formed such that a central longitudinal axis 66 of the first connection means 16 with a central longitudinal axis 68 the second connection means 24 in an imaginary point of intersection encloses an angle β of 15 °.
  • These two central longitudinal axes 66 . 68 lie as in 2 it can be seen in one plane 70 , On the back of the patient's body is the femoral pressure part 18 a channel 72 on, which is open towards the back of the femur pressure member 18.
  • In this channel 72 is in 5 adapted to the contour of the channel 72 at least partially wedge-shaped wedge element 74 fitted. In 4 is in the channel 72 no wedge element 74 available. The wedge element 74 in 5 has just trained investment sections 47.1 and 47.2 on where the connecting means 14 . 24 issue. The contact sections 47.1 and 47.2 also include in their intersection the angle β of about 15 °. The wedge element 74 does not lie between the two connection means 16 . 24 but the two faces 47.1 and 47.2 Both point in the same direction, namely away from the patient or lie on the side facing away from the femur. The investment section 47.1 lies the flat surface 46.1 across from; the end of the lanyard 16 is therefore located between the investment section 47.1 and the flat surface 46.1 , Like also out 5 becomes clear forms the investment section 47.2 doing the extension of the flat surface 44.2 of the femur pressure part 18 , The investment section 47.2 is located above the flat surface 44.2 of the femur pressure part, so that the connecting element 42 is not caught between them, as it would be necessary according to the invention.
  • On the back of the femur pressure part 18 are also bulges 76 , which are formed on the front as indentations to recognize. At these bulges 76 or on the wedge element 74 is by means of special fasteners attachment of a cushion section conceivable. However, such a pad portion is in the 1 to 5 not on the femur pressure part 18 appropriate. It is conceivable, such a pad portion by gluing, in particular by double-sided adhesive tape or by means of a Velcro or Klipsverschlusses on the bulges of the femur pressure part 18 to fix.

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  1. Hip orthosis (10) for application in the region of the hip and in the region of a thigh of a patient, with a hip shell (12), with a femur pressure part (18), with a knee brace (26) and with rail-like connection means (16, 24), wherein a first connection means (16) connects the hip shell (12) with the femur pressure part (18) and wherein a second connection means (24) the femur pressure part (18) with the knee clip (26) connects, wherein the femur pressure member (18) fastening portions (44.1, 44.2) for the first and for the second connecting means (16, 24) such that the first connecting means (16) and the second connecting means (24) in the front view an imaginary intersection point at an angle β of 10 ° to 20 ° to each other are arranged or can be arranged, characterized in that an at least partially wedge-shaped wedge element (74) is present, against which at least partially the first and the second connecting means (16, 24) or is supported on it, wherein on the wedge element (74) has two abutment sections (47.1, 47.2) for abutment of the first connecting means (16) and for abutment of the second connecting means (24) are and the wedge member (74) is formed such that the wedge element side abutment portions (47.1, 47.2) opposite to the respective associated femur pressure part side mounting portions (44.1, 44.2), so that the two connecting means (16, 24) between each contact portion (47.1 , 47.2) and a fixing portion (44.1, 44.2) are held.
  2. Hip brace (10) after Claim 1 , characterized in that the angle β is selected such that the end of the second connecting means (24) spaced from the femur pressure part (18) is arranged or locatable in the front view towards the thigh of the patient.
  3. Hip orthosis (10) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the fastening portions (44.1, 44.2) each have an at least partially planar surface (46.1, 46.2) or form, which enclose the angle β of 10 ° to 20 °.
  4. Hip orthosis (10) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the femur pressure part (18) on its in the worn state to the body of the patient facing back at least partially open to the back, rectangular in cross-section channel (72), wherein in Channel (72), the wedge member (74) is formed such that the wedge-shaped wedge member (74) is at least indirectly supported on a thigh of the patient.
  5. Hip orthosis (10) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the femur pressure part (18) has a receiving portion (52) for the second connecting means (24) such that the second connecting means (24) in different lengths in or from the receiving portion (52) is receivable.
  6. Hip brace (10) after Claim 5 , characterized in that the receiving portion (52) is formed in cross-section at least partially rectangular.
  7. Hip orthosis (10) according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the first connecting means (16) is screwed to the femur pressure part (18).
  8. Hip orthosis (10) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the second connecting means (24) with the femoral pressure member (18) is connectable by clamping.
  9. Hip orthosis (10) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the femur pressure part (18) has a clamping device (36) connected to the femur pressure part (18) for releasable connection to the second connection means (24).
  10. Hip orthosis (10) according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the femur pressure part (18) has a plurality of indentations and / or bulges (76).
  11. Hip brace (10) after Claim 10 , characterized in that the indentations and / or bulges (76) are at least partially formed so flat that on the body of the patient facing the back of the femur pressure member (18) padding elements on the inputs and / or bulges are attachable.
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