ES2302397A1 - Teether for intubation, has intermediate clamping flap to prevent axial displacement of teether and outdoor ceiling is used to prevent slipping out of teether, and dressings are used to fix intubation tube that rests on groove - Google Patents

Teether for intubation, has intermediate clamping flap to prevent axial displacement of teether and outdoor ceiling is used to prevent slipping out of teether, and dressings are used to fix intubation tube that rests on groove Download PDF

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ES2302397A1
ES2302397A1 ES200500865A ES200500865A ES2302397A1 ES 2302397 A1 ES2302397 A1 ES 2302397A1 ES 200500865 A ES200500865 A ES 200500865A ES 200500865 A ES200500865 A ES 200500865A ES 2302397 A1 ES2302397 A1 ES 2302397A1
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Jose Maria Fernandez Del Sur
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61MDEVICES FOR INTRODUCING MEDIA INTO, OR ONTO, THE BODY; DEVICES FOR TRANSDUCING BODY MEDIA OR FOR TAKING MEDIA FROM THE BODY; DEVICES FOR PRODUCING OR ENDING SLEEP OR STUPOR
    • A61M16/00Devices for influencing the respiratory system of patients by gas treatment, e.g. mouth-to-mouth respiration; Tracheal tubes
    • A61M16/04Tracheal tubes
    • A61M16/0488Mouthpieces; Means for guiding, securing or introducing the tubes

Abstract

The teether has an intermediate clamping flap to prevent axial displacement of the teether and an outdoor ceiling is used to prevent slipping out of the teether. The dressings are used to fix the intubation tube that rests on a groove that introduces teether to allow the tube to be visible along the entire length of the teether.

Description

Teether for intubation.

Object of the invention

The present invention aims at a teether for intubation presenting a clamping fin intermediate to avoid axial displacement thereof and that can be swallowed by the patient.

In turn, it has an outer stop that serves to prevent sliding out of it, of the dressings that are used to fix the intubation tube.

This intubation tube supports a groove  that presents the teether allowing the tube to be visible at along the entire length of said teether.

Background of the invention

They are well known in the state of technique the bites for intubation composed of a body cylindrical single piece in which there is a through hole from one end to the other of the same for the accommodation of a tube of intubation

In this configuration there are no means of retention so that the teether does not move axially with the consequent risk of engulfment for the patient.

In turn, the intubation tube is hidden inside the through hole with the consequent risk of remaining blocked by some foreign body that had been introduced by the other end of the through hole.

In addition, various elements of medical material, which include bites for intubation, are made of medical grade PVC, material that cannot be hold any dressing by itself.

It may also happen that the dressing is fixed to the tube, but there could be an axial sliding of the tube along with the dressing along the teether with the consequent fixation detachment.

All these inconveniences are overcome by the invention that is now described.

Description of the invention

The present invention relates to a teether for intubation consisting of a single piece body made of PVC Toxic medical grade.

The teether is composed of a core essentially cylindrical, rounded at the end that is introduced in the patient's mouth, so as not to cause injuries in it.

Likewise, the teether has a fin of intermediate support that stops at the side of the face with the lip lower and upper of the patient thus preventing the patient engulfs him.

The outer end of the core essentially cylindrical has an outer stop that serves to prevent the sliding out of the teether, of the dressings that are used to fix the intubation tube.

On one side of it, there is a through channel from one end to another of the teether and parallel to the axis of the essentially cylindrical core, thus allowing the tube rests on this channel and is visible throughout the length of the teether

In this way, the dressing is fixed on the tube, the essentially cylindrical core is surrounded and closed over the same, getting a support for the dressing.

If the teether does not include the outer stop, the  dressing would slide axially along with the tube along the teether with the consequent detachment of the fixation.

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This descriptive report is complemented, with a set of drawings, illustrative of the preferred example and never limiting the invention.

Figure 1 shows a perspective view of the  teether for intubation object of the invention, where it has been also represented the intubation tube attached with a dressing

Preferred Embodiment of the Invention

In view of the foregoing, the The present invention relates to a teether (1) for intubation composed of a single-piece body made of medical grade PVC non-poisonous.

The positional references used are  associated with the disposition of the teether with respect to the face of the patient, assuming a vertical position of the individual.

The teether (1) is formed by a core essentially cylindrical (1.1), with a rounded shape (1.1.1) in the end that goes into the patient's mouth, so as not to produce wounds in it.

Likewise, the teether (1) has a fin (1.2) intermediate fastening that stops, on one side of the face, with the lower lip and the upper lip of the patient preventing in this way the patient swallows the teether (1).

On the outside of the teether (1) in the sense in which it is introduced into the patient's mouth, there is a outer stop (1.3) used to prevent sliding towards outside the teether (1), the dressing (2) used to fix the intubation tube (3).

In this preferred embodiment, the outer stop (1.3) consists of two tabs in arrangement symmetric, however, it may have one or even more than two tabs in other embodiments.

On one side of the teether (1), there is  a channel (1.4) passing from one end of the same to the other and parallel to the essentially cylindrical core axis (1.1), allowing this way that the intubation tube (3) supports this channel (1.4) and that is visible along the entire length of the teether (one).

In this preferred embodiment, the channel (1.4) through the end of the teether (1) presents an essentially semicircular section, however being able submit a "U" or "V" shaped section in other embodiments.

In this way, the dressing (2) is fixed in the intubation tube (3), the essentially cylindrical core is surrounded (1.1) and closes on the intubation tube (3) or on the tube itself dressing (2), thus achieving a surface for the dressing support (2).

By including the outer stop (1.3), the dressing (2), even if it slides axially together with the intubation tube (3) along the teether (1), it is braked by said outer stop (1.3) and the fixation does not come off.

They do not alter the essentiality of this invention variations in materials, shape and size of the elements components, described in a non-limiting manner, it is sufficient to proceed to reproduction by an expert.

Claims (12)

1. Teether for intubation between the teethers formed by a single piece body characterized in that the teether (1) has an essentially cylindrical core (1.1) and an intermediate clamping fin (1.2) to butt with the lower lip and the upper lip of the patient, where at the end of the teether (1) that is outside the patient's mouth there is an outer stop (1.3) to prevent the sliding of one or several dressings (2), the teether (1) presenting a channel (1.4) intern from one end to the other to accommodate one or more intubation tubes (3).
2. Teether for intubation according to claim 1 characterized in that the essentially cylindrical core (1.1) has a rounded shape (1.1.1) at the end that is inserted into the patient's mouth.
3. Teether for intubation according to claim 1 characterized in that the outer stop (1.3) is formed by two tabs.
4. Teether for intubation according to claim 3 characterized in that the tabs that form the outer stop (1.3) are located in symmetrical arrangement.
5. Teether for intubation according to claim 1 characterized in that the channel (1.4) passing from one end to the other of the teether (1) is located on one of the sides thereof.
6. Teether for intubation according to claim 1 characterized in that the channel (1.4) passing from one end to the other of the teether (1) has its axis parallel to the axis of the essentially cylindrical core (1.1) of the teether (1).
7. Teether for intubation according to claim 1 characterized in that the channel (1.4) passing from one end to the other of the teether (1) has an essentially semicircular section.
8. Teether for intubation according to claim 1 characterized in that the channel (1.4) passing from one end to the other of the teether (1) has a "U" shaped section.
9. Teether for intubation according to claim 1 characterized in that the channel (1.4) passing from one end to the other of the teether (1) has a "V" shaped section.
10. Teether for intubation according to claim 1 characterized in that the outer stop (1.3) is formed by a flange.
11. Teether for intubation according to claim 1 characterized in that the outer stop (1.3) is formed by more than two tabs.
12. Teether for intubation according to claim 1 characterized in that the teether (1) is made of non-toxic medical grade PVC.
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US5195513A (en) * 1992-07-02 1993-03-23 Gesco International, Inc. Infant palate protective prosthesis
US5590643A (en) * 1995-01-17 1997-01-07 Flam; Gary H. Mandibular protracting oral intubating airway
US5623924A (en) * 1996-03-29 1997-04-29 Lindenman; Tammy S. Apparatus and method for retaining an endotracheal tube
US5810000A (en) * 1997-12-22 1998-09-22 Stevens; Erin Endotracheal tube pacifier
US5894840A (en) * 1995-12-05 1999-04-20 King; George Hwa Kou Endotracheal tube holder
ES1056758U (en) * 2004-02-16 2004-05-01 Antoni Mateu Sola Device for orotraqueal intubation.

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US5195513A (en) * 1992-07-02 1993-03-23 Gesco International, Inc. Infant palate protective prosthesis
US5590643A (en) * 1995-01-17 1997-01-07 Flam; Gary H. Mandibular protracting oral intubating airway
US5894840A (en) * 1995-12-05 1999-04-20 King; George Hwa Kou Endotracheal tube holder
US5623924A (en) * 1996-03-29 1997-04-29 Lindenman; Tammy S. Apparatus and method for retaining an endotracheal tube
US5810000A (en) * 1997-12-22 1998-09-22 Stevens; Erin Endotracheal tube pacifier
ES1056758U (en) * 2004-02-16 2004-05-01 Antoni Mateu Sola Device for orotraqueal intubation.

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