HU199304B - Therapeutical equipment operating by vacuum technik for removing nasal, aural, facial or frontal sinus secretion - Google Patents

Therapeutical equipment operating by vacuum technik for removing nasal, aural, facial or frontal sinus secretion Download PDF

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HU199304B
HU199304B HU135587A HU135587A HU199304B HU 199304 B HU199304 B HU 199304B HU 135587 A HU135587 A HU 135587A HU 135587 A HU135587 A HU 135587A HU 199304 B HU199304 B HU 199304B
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SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates to a vacuum-assisted medical device for removing nasal, pharyngeal, or facial cavities by means of a tubing having a decreasing diameter, characterized in that it is an end extending from 100 to 150 mm, at an angle of 110-170 ° from the bending arc to the vacuum apparatus. (1) towards the end with the same outer diameter and towards the end of the body cavity (2) the diameter of the tube gradually decreasing from 1 to 2 mm in diameter and from 2 to 4 mm in diameter, with the end connected to the device for the construction of the larger diameter vacuum (1) Suitable for connection to a 6.6-26.6 Kpa vacuum generating device. 2. · cvbro. EN 199304 B Λ description: 3 pages, drawing l, Figure 3

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SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates to a vacuum-assisted medical device for removing nasal, pharyngeal, or facial cavities by means of a tubing having a decreasing diameter, characterized in that it is an end extending from 100 to 150 mm, at an angle of 110-170 ° from the bending arc to the vacuum apparatus. (1) towards the end with the same outer diameter and towards the end of the body cavity (2) the diameter of the tube gradually decreasing from 1 to 2 mm in diameter and from 2 to 4 mm in diameter, with the end connected to the device for the construction of the larger diameter vacuum (1) Suitable for connection to a 6.6-26.6 Kpa vacuum generating device.

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Λ description scope: 3 pages, drawing l, Figure 3

EN 199301 Β

Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a medical device for the removal of nasal, ear, facial, or frontal cavity by vacuum technology.

It is known that individuals (such as infants, toddlers, or unconscious patients) who are unable to nasally discharge nasal congestion due to inflammation of the nose are often found to have infectious nasal leakage from the nose, otitis media, inflammation of the nose, inflammation of the sinuses, possibly lower and upper. evokes airway loops.

It is also known that, in the case of facial or forehead inflammation, the removal of exudates from the facial and frontal cavities is a major problem. In the case of mild inflammation, the use of various nasal drops or infrared irradiation of the facial / forehead cavity of inflammation results. These interventions loosen loose and thickened (.edu) secretions in the face and / or forehead and / or nasal cavity and can be removed by regular nasal blow. In patients with more severe facial and / or forehead inflammation, it is often the case that the above treatment procedures do not provide satisfactory results. In such cases, if the medication does not lead to a result, most of the time, only the opening of the face face through the nasal cavity (eg piercing with a needle) and then the exudation of the secretion and the flushing of the inflammatory cavity (mucosa) with various chemotherapeutic agents, especially antibiotics, can only be performed. to stop the inflammatory process. These latter interventions are quite drastic, and with the patient having severe pain and a lot of discomfort, they also carry the risk that the frequency of infection of the cavities thus opened will increase significantly. As a result of the above, specialists should apply this solution only in duly justified cases. Some medical aids for removing body fluids are known in the art. Such devices are described, for example, in U.S. Patent No. 4,068,664. U.S. Pat. No. 3,207,058. German Federal Republic of Germany. These devices serve as a useful tool for the operating physician in particular for surgical interventions, as they help to remove blood and other body fluids from the surgery line quickly and efficiently. However, the solutions described in the cited references are, by their size and design, unsuitable for the removal of nasal passages, auditory canals and drum cavities.

So far, no simple, easy-to-use and sterilized medical aid is known to help relieve the secretion accumulated during severe nasal, facial and / or forehead inflammations without surgical intervention.

It has been found that the device according to the invention satisfies the above requirements in full and is also suitable for the removal of external ear canal discharge.

In view of the foregoing, the present invention relates to a vacuum-assisted medical device for removing nasal, pharyngeal, facial or facial cavities by means of a tubing having a decreasing diameter which is bent at a angle of 100-150 mm, at an angle of 110-170 ° from the center of the bending arc to create a vacuum. with a diameter of approximately the same diameter towards the end connecting the device to the end of the body cavity 2, up to an inner diameter of 1-2 mm or an outer diameter of 2 to 4 mm, the end of which is connected to the apparatus for the construction of the larger diameter vacuum 1 6,6. Suitable for connection to a vacuum generating device of 26.6 KPa.

Figure 1 shows an embodiment of the device according to the invention in longitudinal section. THE

Figures 2 and 3 illustrate the design of the vacuum connection. Figure 1 shows that the medical device for removing nasal, ear, facial, or frontal cavities of the present invention is designed so that the end thereof to be inserted into the body cavity 2 can be guided unobstructed into the nasal or auditory canal. This installation is also greatly facilitated by the fact that the two legs of the device have an angle of 110-170 °, preferably 140-150 °. The design of the device allows the physician to visually observe the introduction of the device into the nasal cavity or ear canal. The end of the suction tube 1 connected to the device for creating the vacuum 1 according to the invention has two convenient designs. Fig. 2 shows the conical contour of the variant and Fig. olive design illustrates.

Advantageously, the medical device according to the invention can be made of a plastic material (Pyrex R , Simax R ) or a sterilization temperature (about 120 ° C) without damage, preferably a transparent plastic. If the device is made of glass, the end to be inserted into the body cavity should be formed in a cut-melted form. The medical device can be implanted into the inflammatory cavity completely by the specialist in this form.

The maximum diameter of the end of the medical device 2 to be introduced into the body cavity of the present invention depends on the purpose for which the device is used. If the nasal, facial, or frontal cavity is removed, the maximum outer diameter of the end of the device to be inserted into body cavity 2 is 1-4

199304 Β preferably 2-3 mm, the maximum outer diameter of the end to be inserted into the body cavity 2 of the device for removing the peritoneal secretion is preferably 3-4 mm.

The medical device according to the invention. On the other hand, the maximum outer diameter of the end of the body cavity 2 depends on whether the device is used in pediatric or adult medicine. Obviously, the outer diameter of the end of the pediatric device 2 to be inserted into the body cavity 2 should be smaller than that of the device used in adult medicine.

The medical device according to the invention should be designed so as to have the same external area between 2.5 and 3.5 mm and between 5.5 and 6.5 mm from the bend of the device to the end connected to the device for creating the vacuum 1 throughout. diameter.

The operation of the medical device according to the invention can be effected by coupling with a device for producing a slight vacuum. Such vacuum 25 devices are widely known in the art. By way of example, simple rubber balls or various vacuum pumps (e.g., water jet pumps, motor vacuum pumps, etc.) may be mentioned. Auxiliary device according to the invention

It is advisable to operate with a vacuum of 6.6-26.6 KPa. In the case of larger amounts of mucus, it is advisable to incorporate a secretion trap between the medical device and the apparatus 35 for the creation of a vacuum. A number of solutions are known in the art for their design.

The main advantage of the present invention with the use of a vacuum technique is that the specialist can easily and safely remove nasal, ear, facial and frontal cavities resulting from various inflammatory processes. The design of the device does not include a simple moving part. Cleaning and eterilization are easy to do. The device does not require any particular maintenance.

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  1. PATIENT INDIVIDUAL POINTS
    1. A vacuum-assisted medical aid for removing nasal, pharyngeal, facial, or frontal cavities by means of a tubing with a decreasing diameter, characterized in that it is connected to a device for bending the vacuum to the vacuum at an angle of 100-150 mm long at an angle of 110-170 °. with a diameter of 1 to 2 mm and an outward diameter of 2 mm to 4 mm, the end of which is connected to the apparatus for the construction of a larger diameter vacuum (1) towards the end (1) of the same external diameter and towards the end of the body cavity (2). ) Is suitable for connection to a vacuum generating device of 6.6 to 26.6 KPa.
  2. An aid according to claim 1, characterized in that it is made of snow-resistant glass.
  3. A device according to claim 1, characterized in that the temperature of the sterilization is made of non-destructive plastic.
    Publisher as National Office of Invention, Budapest - Responsible for release: Zoltán Himer Head of Department R 4908 - KJK
    90.2694.66-13-2 Alföldi Printing House in Debrecen - Responsible leader: István Benkó CEO 4 'C4 bi'ÍL cfbr
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