JP2006192302A - Director tape, director sheet, and director connection terminal - Google Patents

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JP2006192302A
JP2006192302A JP2006113103A JP2006113103A JP2006192302A JP 2006192302 A JP2006192302 A JP 2006192302A JP 2006113103 A JP2006113103 A JP 2006113103A JP 2006113103 A JP2006113103 A JP 2006113103A JP 2006192302 A JP2006192302 A JP 2006192302A
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Yasuo Chinen
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【Task】
In order to use the electroencephalogram induction device and the electrical stimulation device for a long time, it is necessary to use them during sleep.
Accordingly, a conductor tape, a conductor sheet, and a conductor connection terminal are provided which are difficult to peel off even when used while sleeping, and can be affixed to the head and do not get in the way.
[Solution]
The conductor is provided with a conductive aluminum foil on the central portion of the pressure-sensitive adhesive tape or pressure-sensitive adhesive sheet, and a conductive ointment for adhering to the skin is applied.
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  The present invention relates to a conductor used in an electroencephalogram induction device and an electrical stimulation device.

  Devices that induce sleep are effective for sleep disorders, autonomic dysfunction, or depression. There are various induction methods by light stimulation and relaxation, and it is a system that induces a state where it is possible to sleep by releasing the tension of the living body to some extent.

  Moreover, the conductor for the electrode used for the low frequency treatment apparatus generally uses a silicon material.

  In order to use the electroencephalogram induction device and the electrical stimulation device for a long time, it is necessary to use them during sleep.

  Accordingly, a conductor tape, a conductor sheet, and a conductor connection terminal are provided which are difficult to peel off even when used while sleeping, and can be affixed to the head and do not get in the way.

That is, the present invention
The conductor relates to a conductor tape having a conductive aluminum foil on the central portion of the adhesive tape or adhesive sheet and coated with a conductive ointment for bonding to the skin, and the conductor sheet.

  It is difficult to peel off when used while sleeping, and can also be applied to the head, so it does not get in the way.

  The invention is explained in detail using the following examples.

FIG. 1 is a diagram in which an aluminum foil and a conductive ointment are applied to the central portion of the adhesive tape a and the adhesive sheet b. In use, if the gap between the conductive ointment 3 and the adhesive part 1 is small, the conductive ointment 3 adheres to the adhesive part 1 and the adhesive strength becomes weak. Further, in FIG. 2, since it can be used by being attached to the upper part of the nasal bone and both sides of the cheekbone and to the neck, it is possible to efficiently perform electrical stimulation for chronic diseases such as empyema in an electroencephalogram treatment apparatus. is there. If necessary, it is desirable to reinforce the vicinity of the conductor connection terminal with a medical tape.

  In addition, the wearing site should be determined according to the symptom and the diseased site within the effective range of the electroencephalogram guidance device, and the head and nasal bones are not necessarily suitable for the electroencephalogram guidance. In the case of neurological symptoms, it is possible to improve the abnormal state of nerves and living body parts by reliably transmitting electrical stimulation to the surrounding parts and consequently normalize the natural healing power for treatment. .

The present invention can be used in a low-frequency treatment device, an electrical stimulation device, and an electroencephalogram induction device.

It is a top view of a conductor tape, a conductor sheet, and a conductor connection terminal. It is the front view which showed the usage example.

Claims (8)

  1. The conductor has a conductive aluminum foil on the center of the adhesive tape,
    Furthermore, the conductive tape characterized by having apply | coated the conductive ointment for making it adhere with skin.
  2. The conductor has a conductive metal foil on the center of the adhesive tape,
    Furthermore, a conductive tape characterized by applying a conductive material for bonding to the skin.
  3. The conductor has a conductive aluminum foil on the center of the adhesive sheet,
    Furthermore, the conductor sheet | seat characterized by apply | coating the electroconductive substance for making it adhere with skin.
  4. The conductor has a conductive metal foil on the center of the adhesive sheet,
    Furthermore, the conductor sheet | seat characterized by apply | coating the electroconductive substance for making it adhere with skin.
  5. The conductive metal foil according to claim 2 or 4, wherein the conductive tape has a fold for improving adhesion, and the conductive sheet.
  6. The conductor tape according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the conductor tape is a wound tape for use after being rolled and cut at an arbitrary length.
  7. The adhesive tape according to claim 1, wherein the adhesive tape includes a medical tape.
  8. Terminals for conductor tape and electric stimulator wires,
    A conductor connecting terminal characterized in that the terminal has an elliptical shape from a disk shape for contacting the electrode.
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US9517351B2 (en) 2014-05-17 2016-12-13 Thyne Global, Inc. Methods and apparatuses for amplitude-modulated ensemble waveforms for neurostimulation
US9393430B2 (en) 2014-05-17 2016-07-19 Thync Global, Inc. Methods and apparatuses for control of a wearable transdermal neurostimulator to apply ensemble waveforms
US9393401B2 (en) 2014-05-25 2016-07-19 Thync Global, Inc. Wearable transdermal neurostimulator having cantilevered attachment
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US10426945B2 (en) 2015-01-04 2019-10-01 Thync Global, Inc. Methods and apparatuses for transdermal stimulation of the outer ear
WO2016111974A1 (en) * 2015-01-05 2016-07-14 Thync, Inc. Systems and methods for transdermal electrical stimulation to improve sleep
US10258788B2 (en) 2015-01-05 2019-04-16 Thync Global, Inc. Electrodes having surface exclusions
US9956405B2 (en) 2015-12-18 2018-05-01 Thyne Global, Inc. Transdermal electrical stimulation at the neck to induce neuromodulation
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