JP2005319245A - Aoki-style endotracheal intubation guide - Google Patents

Aoki-style endotracheal intubation guide Download PDF

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JP2005319245A
JP2005319245A JP2004165136A JP2004165136A JP2005319245A JP 2005319245 A JP2005319245 A JP 2005319245A JP 2004165136 A JP2004165136 A JP 2004165136A JP 2004165136 A JP2004165136 A JP 2004165136A JP 2005319245 A JP2005319245 A JP 2005319245A
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: Conventionally, when performing endotracheal intubation, especially when encountering a difficult intubation case, many anesthesiologists may have thought that "the end of the intubation tube should be closer to the blade". . Furthermore, the time required for intubation affects the patient's life and is disadvantageous for the patient. In addition, esophageal intubation must be avoided. The anesthesiologist himself must overcome mental pressure, such as having to do the next steps and instructions.
This can lead to patients who would otherwise receive 100% medical care receiving medical care below that percentage.
In view of this, the present invention provides for dealing with difficult intubation cases in addition to normal endotracheal intubation.
In order to easily and safely perform endotracheal intubation, a guide that can be attached to a blade characterized by allowing the endotracheal intubation tube to enter through the epiglottis just below the blade tip of the laryngoscope has been invented. .
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  The present invention relates to the shape of a guide attached to a blade of a laryngoscope.

  Traditionally, when performing endotracheal intubation, many anesthesiologists may have thought, “I want the tip of the intubation tube to be closer to the blade”, especially when encountering difficult intubation cases. Furthermore, the time required for intubation affects the patient's life and is disadvantageous for the patient. In addition, esophageal intubation must be avoided. Anesthesiologists themselves must overcome mental pressure.

This can lead to patients who would otherwise receive 100% medical care receiving medical care below that percentage.
In view of this, the present invention provides for dealing with difficult intubation cases in addition to normal endotracheal intubation.

  In order to solve the above-mentioned problems, the present invention is provided with a blade for allowing an endotracheal intubation tube to enter through the epiglottis just below the laryngoscope blade in order to easily and safely perform endotracheal intubation. It is a guide that can.

  According to the present invention, when endotracheal intubation is performed, the laryngeal valley and glottis can be visually confirmed, and the endotracheal intubation tube can enter over the epiglottis just below the blade. Can protect the lives and bodies of the people compared to the past.

An embodiment of the present invention is shown in FIG.
The guide is shaped to fit the shape of each blade so that it can be attached to the blade, and can be inserted through the epiglottis directly below the blade at an angle toward the glottis.
In order to maintain cleanliness and minimize protrusions, the mounting method is to mount with sterilization tape.

"Effect of the embodiment"
According to this embodiment, not only normal endotracheal intubation but also a difficult intubation case can be smoothly and safely intubated, and a stylet is not required. This is advantageous for the patient.

"Other embodiments"
In the embodiment of FIG. 1, the guide is attached to a type in which the shape of the blade does not change. However, in another embodiment, a guide attached to a type in which the tip of the blade is movable may be used. In this case, two guides are attached to the guide attached to the tip movable part and the guide attached to the non-movable part.

It is a perspective view which shows one Embodiment of this invention. It is a perspective view which shows a prior art.

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1 Laryngoscope Body 2 Endotracheal Intubation Guide 3 Tip Movable Laryngoscope Body 4 Tip Movable Laryngoscope Compatible Endotracheal Intubation Guide

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  1.   In order to facilitate endotracheal intubation, a guide that can be attached to a blade, characterized in that the endotracheal intubation tube can enter through the epiglottis just below the tip of the laryngoscope blade.
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US8998805B2 (en) 2009-09-08 2015-04-07 National University Corporation Okayama University Laryngoscope
US10349822B2 (en) 2008-10-30 2019-07-16 Indian Ocean Medical Inc. Guiding device for use with laryngoscope

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US10349822B2 (en) 2008-10-30 2019-07-16 Indian Ocean Medical Inc. Guiding device for use with laryngoscope
US8998805B2 (en) 2009-09-08 2015-04-07 National University Corporation Okayama University Laryngoscope

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