DE202005012281U1 - Probe consists of a glass member, a metal closure at its lower end, a gas filling, and an earth conductor - Google Patents

Probe consists of a glass member, a metal closure at its lower end, a gas filling, and an earth conductor

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DE202005012281U1
DE202005012281U1 DE202005012281U DE202005012281U DE202005012281U1 DE 202005012281 U1 DE202005012281 U1 DE 202005012281U1 DE 202005012281 U DE202005012281 U DE 202005012281U DE 202005012281 U DE202005012281 U DE 202005012281U DE 202005012281 U1 DE202005012281 U1 DE 202005012281U1
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Abstract

A handling probe consists of glass member (5) and a metal closure (3) at its lower end.. The probe contains an electrically conducting gas and is sealed at its upper end. The handling probe has an earth conductor. The gas filling consists of a mixture of argon and neon.

Description

  • The The invention relates to a treatment probe.
  • Bacteria, Fours and mushrooms are on humans and animals on the skin and in particular In dental treatment has always been a problem, if possible without the humans or animals too much with antibiotics or other impairments their health should be resolved.
  • In EP 1 335 680 B1 there is described a caries treatment apparatus having an ozone generator from which the ozone is passed via a conduit into a metal handpiece through a tube which supplies the ozone to the tooth to be treated and a cup attached to the handpiece; to receive the gas and to expose a selected portion of the tooth to ozone, the cup being configured to completely seal the selected area so that the toxic ozone can not escape into the ambient air and the patient and the staff performing the dental treatment to protect, whereby the ozone is sucked in and returned, where it is then reduced. In addition, the tooth may need to be additionally treated with a plastic mass to ensure sealing of the cup on the handpiece so that no ozone is released to the environment. This treatment device is due to the design large and heavy and cumbersome to use.
  • task The invention is to improve the state of the art, in particular a treatment probe available to put, the hardly damaging Ozone releases and thus no suction device and reduction source needed to reduce the ozone and still a harmless oxidizing gas to disposal and not only relieves tooth decay, but all germs on the skin surface and on the tooth and in the oral cavity can destroy and in particular the treatment completely painless is on the vital tooth.
  • object The invention is a treatment probe, which is a treatment probe made of glass, which has a metal closure at its lower end, contains in its interior an electrically conductive gas and on its upper end is closed.
  • The inventive treatment probe is located in a handle of a treatment device.
  • The Treatment device has a device that is an electrical or electromagnetic Field generated, preferably with a field voltage of 1,800 V to 35,000 V by means of a voltage of 12 V to 600 V, a current of 0.1 μA to 100 μA and a Frequency from 10,000 Hz to 35,000 Hz.
  • The electric or electromagnetic field is preferably by means of a voltage of 12 V to 600 V, preferably a voltage of 12V to 50V, more preferably from 18V to 28V, preferably a current strength of 0.1 μA to 100 μA, preferred a current strength of 0.1 μA up to 20 μA, especially preferably with a current strength of 0.8 μA up to 10 μA and preferably a frequency of 10,000 to 50,000 Hz, preferred with a frequency of 25,000 Hz to 40,000 Hz, more preferably with a frequency of 25,000 Hz to 38,000 Hz, generated. The voltage in the electric or electromagnetic field is preferably 1,800 to 35,000 V, preferably 8,000 to 18,000 V, and more preferably 12,000 to 18,000 volts.
  • The inventive treatment probe with the treatment device is preferably intended for use in humans and animals.
  • The inventive treatment device has preferably in a handle a Hochspannungstrafo with chamber winding in the form of serially connected coils, preferably 12 to 20, preferred 14 to 18, more preferably 16 on, preferably a special Core, preferably a rod core with an initial permeability μi of preferably 350 to 850, preferably 450 to 750, particularly preferably 550 to 650, most preferably 600 to a field voltage of To produce 1,800 V to 35,000 V. The above-mentioned controlled frequency from 10,000 Hz to 50,000 Hz comes with a repetition frequency from preferably 350 Hz to 500 Hz, preferably 400 Hz to 480 Hz, more preferably 430 Hz to 460 Hz, most preferably 450 Hz or preferably 1080 Hz to 1280 Hz Hz (for the painless Caries treatment), preferably 1120 to 1240 Hz (for painless caries treatment) built up. This pulse rate is via a semiconductor switch, preferably achieves a MOS switching transistor, preferably In the handle is placed to better performance without inductance and capacitive Losses of feeder cable to achieve. This type of pulse is a short square pulse, which is a damped vibration stimulates. The pulse width is adjustable between 1 and 30 μs, preferably 1 to 13 μs, what the power of atomic oxygen generation from 5% up 100 at the highest Power level controls.
  • The small chamber-wound high-voltage transformer is shielded in the handle and generates only minimal electromagnetic interference. The case leakage current is very low at less than 10 μA at full power. With a patient current of greater than 20 μA, the electronics preferably turn off automatically. The healing time, the patient current monitoring and shutdown is preferably controlled by a microchip. In clinical trials, a healing time of preferably 40 sec was determined in the dental treatment. This can preferably be indicated via a signal tone.
  • At the handle is a probe, preferably a hollow Glass probe filled with an electrically conductive gas, preferably with at least one noble gas or any noble gas mixtures filled is. In a preferred embodiment the treatment probe consists of a cavity made of glass, which evacuates or may not be evacuated, in which preferably another cavity made of glass, which is filled with gas and extends to the top End of the treatment probe extends, so goes into the top of the treatment probe. The glass probe points at its lower end, with which it in the handle preferably over a form-fitting Clamping connection is attached, a cylindrical metal closure. The upper end of the glass probe, ie the tip, depends on the type of application educated. In denture applications, it has a sharp, dull or even extended lenticular At the end, the tip itself can be flat, convex or concave be educated. For Applications on the skin surface, Like dermatological applications, a large lenticular end is preferred as well treat larger areas to be able to. The probe may also be designed to be more or less form-fitting whole body parts such as a hand, a leg, an arm or a foot, etc. The Glass probe is preferably with at least one conductive gas, preferably a noble gas, at a negative pressure of preferably 0.1 to 1000 mbar preferably 0.1 to 500 mbar, more preferably 0.1 to 10 mbar, most preferably 2 mbar to 5 mbar filled. When Noble gases are preferably any mixtures of noble gases, preferably any mixtures of argon and neon used, mixtures containing more neon than argon are preferred, preferably 0% by volume of argon to 100% by volume of neon, preferably 10% by volume Argon up to 90 vol.% Neon, more preferably 30 vol.% Argon bis 70% neon, more preferred is a mixture of 30% by volume argon and 70 vol.% neon.
  • In a further preferred embodiment the treatment probe has a current-draining device Grounding, this is preferably near the location on the probe attached to the body get in touch or get in close contact. In this current-draining Device is preferably any device, which is able to conduct electricity, this can be a liquid, a gas, or preferably a metal device, such as preferably, a wire of metal from the glass end of the probe to her passed along to the earth becomes. Preferably, the wire is outside or inside the Probe along to ground. If the wire is guided inside the probe, the probe must be double-walled be. The current-draining device, such as an electrically conductive liquid or electrically conductive gas, preferably a metal wire, may be present also preferably in a tube attached to the treatment probe preferably made of plastic, metal or preferably glass. The wire is preferably near the location on the probe attached to the body comes in contact or comes into close contact, being between the derivative, So the wire and the glass probe is an air space, preferably he is attached to the upper end of the treatment probe, which with the body comes in contact with a concave probe end he also preferably in the cavity may be attached, preferably with a pointed probe end somewhere may be attached along the probe tip and preferably at a lenticular probe end attached to the lens edge. The attachment of the current-draining Device is preferably made by the wire at the top the treatment probe is fused into the glass is glued or preferably via a clamp connection is secured over the tip of the treatment probe is pulled. This clamp connection can be designed as a ring, which is formed of metal or preferably a plastic, which may preferably be rigid or preferably flexible and preferably is a silicone elastomer. surprisingly Way, it has been found that now even patients who are particularly are sensitive to pain, in treatment probes, which are the strombareitende Device for grounding, now no more pain feel.
  • The source of the oxidizing gas is constructed such that the treatment device generates the oxidizing gas directly on a glass probe, preferably from the surrounding atmospheric oxygen or also from pure oxygen, the treatment probe being attached to the handle by applying the silent electric gas discharge principle an electric field between two poles, here the probe and a patient, is generated, which is separated by an insulator, namely air. From a limiting field strength in the electric field by continuous discharging electrons are generated, which cleaves the oxygen contained in the ambient air into ionized oxygen, into radicals, such as highly reactive substances (oxygen in statu nascendi) such as atomic oxygen, which is mainly formed, hydroxyl ions, ozone and others formed. After applying an AC voltage of up to 35,000 Hz arises between the electrode, the glass probe and the patient a discharge process and - linked to this - an electric field with high electron density. The radicals are formed by molecules of the air are hit by electrons and thereby reach a higher energy level. The atomic oxygen, which is highly reactive, reacts with the germs of the application site, it also produces some ozone, which is far below the MAK (maximum workplace concentration) limit of 0.1 ppm, namely only 18% of the MAK value. It is surprising that especially in the range of the current intensity and the frequency according to the invention, a great deal of atomic oxygen is produced. The atomic oxygen is formed both before the formation of ozone and during the decomposition of the ozone. The ozone formed in the treatment device according to the invention decays, as far as it is absorbed by the tissue, in the aqueous environment, in particular in the dental treatment, that is in the intercellular substance within about 10 minutes to half the value of its original concentration.
  • The treatment device with the treatment probe according to the invention is due to its low amperage and high level of atomic oxygen formation especially suitable for the treatment of animals and humans at the Skin surface, to eliminate germs, to promote blood circulation and thus to increase the lymphatic drainage. Thus is it is particularly suitable for the treatment of infected wounds, decubitus, Nail bed inflammation, acne, Headache migraine, Hematoma, psoriasis, Eczema, muscle and joint inflammation, general sports injuries, general dermatology, gynecology, Ophthalmology, tumors, dermatitis, infectious skin diseases, diseases the hair follicle and sebaceous glands, keratinization, Bladder-forming disorders of the skin, Papulo-sguacious diseases the skin, warts and dentistry.
  • in the The state of the art, on the other hand, is ozone in a closed system generated: the ozone generator is housed in a body of which the ozone is pumped through a silicone hose to a silicone bell which rests firmly on the treatment object (for example a tooth). Only when completely hermetic completion of the silicone bell works the ozone generator. The ozone is changed 100 times a second in the bell. The Unused ozone is over a second channel in the silicone tube returned to the body and there reconverted back to atmospheric oxygen.
  • The high ozone concentration of 4,000,000 μg / m 3 = 2,100 ppm in the prior art is indeed very high, but the first phase of formation of atomic oxygen is not exploited therapeutically and only this eliminates the germs, not the ozone itself, because the must first decay again into atomic oxygen, and then react again to atomic oxygen. The proportion of atomic oxygen for the elimination of germs in the treatment device with the treatment probe according to the invention over the prior art by more than a factor of 100 higher.
  • According to the literature, ozone is already 25 times more effective than hypochlorite (HOCl) and 5,000 times more effective than chloramine (NH 2 Cl).
  • The treatment device with the treatment probe according to the invention as a dental treatment device kill everyone Germs at the application site within about 40 seconds.
  • The dental treatment device is preferably used in the following fields of application.
    • 1. gingivitis
    • 2. periodontitis
    • 3. stomatitis (including mycoses)
    • 4. Aphthe (s)
    • 5. Herpes (lapialis)
    • 6. Peri-implantitis
    • 7. Dentitio difficilis
    • 8th cavity (after preparation)
    • 9. Hypersensitivity
    • 10. Caries superficialis (fissure caries, cervical caries after preparation)
    • 11. Caries media
    • 12. Caries profunda (residual caries)
    • 13. Pulp trepanation / hyperemia
    • 14. Root canal treatment (final measure)
    • 15. Crown stumps (before cementing the crown)
    • 16. Extraction wound (s) (coagula stabilization)
    • 17. Coagulopathy (Alviolitis)
    • 18. Suckling bleeding (s)
    • 19. Milling channel (before implant incorporation)
    • 20th wound area (intra- / post-surgery)
    • 21. Furcation infestation
    • 22. Fistula
    • 23. Neuralgia
    • 24. Myoarthropathies (including parafunctions)
  • It is particularly surprising that a painless caries treatment is possible with the treatment device with the treatment probe according to the invention. The excavation of caries with mechanical instruments can be reduced to a minimum, since the absolute germ killing hardly more tooth material must be removed. A pulpal injury, or a bacterial infection; Today, a root canal treatment follows, with the loss of vitality of the tooth, can, due to the germ killing with the treatment device according to the invention, with To maintain the vitality of the tooth, treat it successfully. It is particularly surprising that stoned teeth (teeth under pus), after they have been removed from the jaw and after they and the site from which the tooth has been harvested, have been treated with the treatment device according to the invention and so the tooth and the jaw have been made germ-free, implanted again and after 10 days at the latest bite-firm in the jaw, so that implants have become superfluous. With the treatment with the treatment device according to the invention can be avoided as a rule surgical procedures and the administration of antibiotics.
  • A Another preferred embodiment of the treatment device with the treatment probe according to the invention is a device in which the treatment probe, respectively at the two ends of an open circular Hanger, similar to one Headphone, is arranged to the electric or electromagnetic field preferably to produce the temporomandibular muscles. With this Device become central neurogenic fixations fixed.
  • The The principle of action of the device is aimed at the pathological processes in the Tense muscles and myogelosis. It forms the therapeutic basis for a substantial normalization of pathological conditions.
  • Utilisierte Amounts of atomic oxygen stimulate the formation of glutathione peroxidase, which activates glycolysis.
  • By the inventive principle it comes to an oxygen saturation on hemoglobin (sufficient oxygen supply for aerobic muscle contraction).
  • The rheological properties of the blood increase. The surplus free radicals is eliminated.
  • simultaneously Magnetic field impulses stimulate the muscles.
  • A Circulation excitation and temperature increase is the result. This leads to a accelerated lymph drainage.
  • With the device according to the invention even highly tense TMJ muscles are relaxed. This preferred embodiment of the device according to the invention is particularly suitable for prophylaxis:
    • 1. For an accurate, error-free Bißnahme.
    • 2. For the neutralization of misalignments.
    • 3. Avoiding difficult treatment due to restricted mouth opening.
    • 4. Prevention of sequelae resulting from a miscarriage.
    • 5. Avoid overstretching due to prolonged treatment and therapy of:
    • 6. Pain relief and relaxation
    • 7. Migraine (as a result of a malposition of the temporomandibular joint).
    • 8. Discomfort of the spine (due to malalignment of the temporomandibular joint)
    • 9. night or day crunching
    • 10. Osteoarthritis of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ cracking)
    • 11. Pine blockage (bite block)
  • efficacy test
  • The starting material consisted entirely of carious teeth, which were placed after the extraction in a transport vessel with physiological saline. The following samples were produced by means of a steel milling cutter (diameter of a 1/2-inch diameter drill bit) or with diamond-bladed separating discs:
    • Group 1 milled, carious tooth material (drill chips);
    • Group 2: tooth segments, prepared to the bottom of the softening zone;
    • Group 3: tooth segments, prepared beyond the softening zone to the discolored, probe-hard dentin.
  • All Samples were processed for 24 hours after processing (each separately) in sterile isotonic sodium chloride solution per injection in the incubator Stored 35 degrees Celsius, then shaken vigorously and then in each one Petri dish with Columbia agar (blood agar with 5 percent Hammelblutzusatz) poured and then spread the bacteria suspension evenly over the entire nutrient medium. The incubation took place over 100 hours at 35 degrees Celsius.
  • All Groups were 40 seconds with the dental treatment device according to the invention treated. Thereafter, the treated Petri dish of group 1 - 3 was germ-free.
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  • 1 shows a preferred embodiment of the treatment probe according to the invention, a caries probe.
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  • The 2 to 7 show preferred embodiments of the treatment probes according to the invention.
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  • In 8th a preferred embodiment of the treatment device is shown with the treatment probe according to the invention.
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  • 9 shows a device in which the treatment probe according to the invention in each case at the two ends ( 14 ) of an open circular bracket ( 13 ) is arranged.
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  • 10 shows a device in which a gas receiving device is pushed onto the treatment probe according to the invention.
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  • In 11 a preferred embodiment of the treatment probe according to the invention is shown with the current-draining device.
  • 1 shows a CA treatment probe for the treatment of caries, which at its tip a preferably concave end ( 1 ) with preferably a cap ( 2 ), preferably of silicone, which produces up to 300,000 ppm of atomic oxygen exclusively in the cavity. The CA treatment probe can also be operated without the cap, which serves as a spacer. The lower end of the probe is a cylindrical metal closure ( 3 ), wherein the probe has a hollow glass body ( 5 ), which has a rubber ring ( 4 ), which prevents liquids from penetrating the treatment probe down to the inside of the handle, in which the treatment probe is positively plugged and so could contaminate the contact surface between the lower metal closure at the end of the treatment probe and the handle, which is difficult to clean.
  • 2 shows a treatment probe which is a PA / 8 probe for Pa area 8-he which is at its tip ( 15 ) has a fine tip at an angle of 45 ° C, wherein the tip may also be formed preferably convex. The main body is as in the treatment probe in 1 described.
  • 3 shows a treatment probe that is a PA probe for periodontitis that has a fine tip ( 16 ) at an angle of 90 ° C, wherein the tip may also be preferably convex. The main body is as in the treatment probe in 1 described.
  • 4 shows a treatment probe which is a CR probe for, preferably, the root canal treatment, fissures or caries that are at its tip ( 17 ) has a conical end, wherein the conical end can also be formed by that of a treatment probe after 3 a cone made of plastic is inserted. The cone serves to keep a distance to the root canal, in particular to reduce the risk of breakage of the glass probe. The tip may also be preferably convex. The main body is as in the treatment probe in 1 described.
  • 5 shows a treatment probe, which is an AL probe for the socket and a milling channel at its tip ( 18 ) has a blunt, optionally spherical, preferably convexly shaped tip. The main body is as in the treatment probe in 1 described.
  • 6 shows a treatment probe, which is a GI probe for the gingiva, which at its tip an expanding mushroom-shaped, preferably concave end ( 19 ) having. The main body is as in the treatment probe in 1 described.
  • 7 a treatment probe is preferably for the treatment of the skin surface in infectious or inflamed wounds and has an extra large lenticular, flat or convex or concave end ( 20 ) on. The main body is as in the treatment probe in 1 described.
  • In 8th a preferred embodiment of the treatment device is shown with the treatment probe according to the invention. The treatment device has a base body which is relatively small in construction terms ( 6 ) on which a rotary knob ( 7 ) with which the effective amount of the oxidizing gas is adjusted and indication fields ( 8th ) indicating the effective amount of oxidizing gas. On the body is via a connection coupling ( 9 ) a spiral cable ( 10 ) attached to the handpiece ( 11 ) and coils (not shown). At the end of the handpiece ( 11 ) is, depending on the therapy, respective probe ( 12 ) appropriate.
  • 9 shows the attachment according to the invention for the treatment device, wherein the treatment probe at each of the two ends ( 14 ) of an open circular bracket ( 13 ) and a cable ( 9 ) with connection coupling ( 10 ) for connection to the treatment device according to the invention ( 6 ) out 8th ,
  • 10 shows an inventive device for which in principle any of the treatment probes according to the invention can be used, wherein the probe is a gas sampling device ( 23 ) is applied. This gas sampling device ( 23 ), a standard syringe ( 23 ) made of plastic, glass, insulated metal or metal. This is preferably gas-tight to the probe tip ( 21 ), the probe itself still sealing rings ( 22 ) to better seal. The gas receiving device according to the invention ( 23 ) can preferably be displaced along the longitudinal axis of the probe in order to remove the generated oxidizing gas from the gas sampling device ( 23 ) to transport. This is done via an opening that is open or can be closed and on which an attachment with a cannula ( 25 ) and a capillary ( 26 ), preferably made of plastic or metal, is placed, which is flexible or non-flexible, via which the gas is introduced into a wound pocket on the tooth, the root canal or root resection or other application sites where a sterilization should take place. The oxidizing gas is formed from the atmospheric oxygen by generating an electric field by the operation of the treatment probe.
  • In the gas sampling device ( 23 ), a metal insert ( 24 ), which is not attacked by an oxidizing gas such as stainless steel, titanium, a noble metal such as platinum, rhodium, gold, etc., which enhances the generation of the oxidizing gas by pushing it with a finger to close the counter electrode form. The metal insert may be a pin, a tube or preferably a grid. In principle, the oxidizing gas can also be used without metal insert only by pressing with a finger on the front part of the gas collecting device ( 23 ) are formed.
  • 11 is a treatment probe comprising the current-draining device according to the invention, this being a fixing device ( 27 ) for preferably a wire ( 28 ) to the mass ( 29 ) is guided. The main body is as in the treatment probe in 1 described.

Claims (19)

  1. Treatment probe, characterized in that it is a treatment probe made of glass, which has at its lower end a metal closure, contains in its interior an electrically conductive gas and is closed at its upper end.
  2. Treatment probe according to claim 1, characterized in that the treatment probe is a current-draining device for grounding ( 27 . 28 . 29 ) having.
  3. Treatment probe according to claim 1 or 2, characterized characterized in that the treatment probe with at least one noble gas or any noble gas mixture is filled.
  4. A treatment probe according to claim one or more the claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the treatment probe with a Noble gas mixture of argon and neon is filled.
  5. Treatment probe according to claim 4, characterized in that that the treatment probe with a noble gas mixture of 30 vol.% Argon and 70 Vol.% Neon filled is.
  6. Treatment probe according to one or more of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the treatment probe at its upper end as a fine tip ( 15 . 16 ), possibly convex, is formed.
  7. Treatment probe according to one or more of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the treatment probe at its upper end as a conical tip ( 17 ), possibly convex, is formed.
  8. Treatment probe according to one or more of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the treatment probe at its upper end as a blunt, optionally spherical end ( 18 ), optionally convex or concave, is formed.
  9. Treatment probe according to one or more of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the treatment probe at its upper end as a lenticular end ( 19 . 20 ) is optionally convex or concave, is formed.
  10. Treatment probe according to one or more of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the treatment probe at its upper end as a concave end ( 1 ) is trained.
  11. Treatment probe according to claim 10, characterized in that that the treatment probe at its upper end as an extended end is trained.
  12. Treatment probe according to one of claims 10 or 11, characterized in that the treatment probe at its upper end an elastic cap ( 2 ) which is open at its upper end.
  13. Treatment probe according to one or more of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the treatment probe at each of the two ends ( 14 ) of an open circular bracket ( 13 ) is arranged.
  14. Treatment probe after one or more Ren of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that on the probe a gas sampling device ( 23 ) is located.
  15. Treatment probe according to claim 14, characterized in that the gas collecting device ( 23 ) along the longitudinal axis of the probe.
  16. Treatment probe according to claim 14, characterized in that the gas collecting device ( 23 ) a metal insert ( 24 ) having.
  17. Treatment probe according to claim 14, characterized in that the gas collecting device ( 23 ) at one end an opening ( 27 ) which is open or can be closed.
  18. Treatment probe according to claim 14, characterized in that the opening ( 27 ) of the gas collecting device ( 23 ) a cannula ( 25 ), which is a flexible or non-flexible capillary ( 26 ) having.
  19. Treatment probe according to one or more of claims 1 to 18, characterized in that the treatment probe via a Device is operated, which is an electrical or electromagnetic Field with a field voltage of 1,800 to 35,000 V by means of a Voltage from 12 to 600 V, a current of 0.1 μA to 100 μA and a Frequency generated from 10,000 to 35,000 Hz.
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