JP2012016426A - Treatment device for animal, selling and lending method therefor, and diagnostic method - Google Patents

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JP2012016426A
JP2012016426A JP2010154628A JP2010154628A JP2012016426A JP 2012016426 A JP2012016426 A JP 2012016426A JP 2010154628 A JP2010154628 A JP 2010154628A JP 2010154628 A JP2010154628 A JP 2010154628A JP 2012016426 A JP2012016426 A JP 2012016426A
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The present invention provides a treatment apparatus capable of improving or restoring the biological function of each animal individual, and a method for selling and lending a treatment apparatus capable of color treatment according to the individual.
A treatment apparatus for treating an animal with light, which has a red LED, a green LED, and a blue LED and emits light in a substantially horizontal direction, and can be placed on a heel or a heel. A rectangular flat plate that guides part of the light from the light source part 42 in the horizontal direction and deflects the other part downward, and controls the current value to be applied to each LED to control blue and green Driving means 3 for emitting from the light source unit 42 a color selected from red and an intermediate color obtained by mixing these colors.
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  The present invention relates to the treatment of animals with light.

Patent Document 1 below discloses that it is possible to create a model animal that develops “depression” by adjusting the illuminance of a light emitting diode.
On the other hand, Patent Document 2 below discloses that poultry is irradiated with light having a peak wavelength of 550 nm to 650 nm from an LED, which has a positive effect on the adjustment of appetite and the like.

JP2008-136395A JP2009-171866A

  However, in each of the above-mentioned patent documents, by selecting the wavelength of visible light to irradiate the target animal and irradiating light of an appropriate wavelength, the individual's mental and physical stress is alleviated. Does not disclose anything that can fix the disease or the disease.

  In addition, each of the above-mentioned documents does not disclose anything about irradiating light (color) having a wavelength corresponding to the symptom of each individual.

  Furthermore, no mention is made of the possibility that the color or irradiation time for which the symptoms are improved depending on the individual may vary from individual to individual, even if the symptoms are similar.

  Accordingly, the main object of the present invention is to provide an animal treatment apparatus, a method for selling and lending the animal, and a method for diagnosis and a treatment apparatus capable of improving or restoring the biological function of each animal individual. It is to provide a method of selling and lending the treatment apparatus capable of color treatment according to the individual.

In general, it is said that animals other than primates (people, monkeys) cannot distinguish (identify) colors.
However, the present inventor discovered that the biological function can be restored by the color regardless of whether or not the color can be visually perceived, and the present invention was completed through further earnest research.

  That is, the method of the present invention is a method for selling and lending an animal treatment apparatus, a diagnosis apparatus for diagnosing a method of treating an animal with light in a hospital, and a method for treating an animal with light at home. The diagnostic device and the therapeutic device use a treatment device, the irradiation device irradiates light downward, and blue, green, red (three primary colors of light) and an intermediate color obtained by mixing two or more of these colors Driving means for irradiating the irradiation means with the color selected from the above, and operating the operation means for selecting the color irradiated by the irradiation means to select the color of light emitted from the irradiation means of the diagnostic apparatus Performing a selection step and an irradiation step of irradiating the target individual with light of the color to obtain a light color capable of treating the individual, teaching the color of the light to the owner of the individual and using the treatment device To the owner Wherein the pass passing through rental Ri.

  Preferably, the driving device of the treatment device is set so that light emitted from the irradiation unit of the treatment device has a color of light capable of treating the individual, and the set treatment device is sold or lent to the owner. It is characterized by that.

More preferably, in the irradiation step, the target individual is irradiated with the light of the color over a predetermined time, and an irradiation time of the light color suitable for treating the individual is obtained.
The time is taught to the owner of the individual together with the color of the light, and the treatment device is sold or lent to the owner.

  More preferably, the treatment device drives the drive device during the time stored in the storage unit, the storage unit storing the light color data suitable for the treatment and the predetermined time, And a control device for irradiating the color of the light during the irradiation time.

In a specialized organization such as an animal hospital, the individual's owner (owner) is inquired about the symptoms in advance, and as a result of the inquiry, the veterinarian determines the light color and time suitable for the treatment of the individual based on empirical rules.
For example, to reduce the appetite of overweight dogs, it is better to radiate purple light. On the other hand, when individual anxiety is reduced, individual differences are large, and irradiation with any one of four colors of yellow, white, green, and orange alleviates the symptoms.

According to the judgment of the veterinarian, the veterinarian determines the most appropriate treatment color and irradiation time for the individual by irradiating the individual with light of a predetermined color for a predetermined time using the diagnostic device and the operation means, and observing the reaction of the individual. Ask.
The veterinarian informs the owner of the color and irradiation time, sets the treatment device to be the treatment color and irradiation time, and sells or lends the treatment device in this set state.
Thereby, even if the owner does not know the esoteric mechanism of the treatment by color, the individual can be treated.
In addition, since an individual is diagnosed using a diagnostic apparatus different from the treatment apparatus, it is not necessary to return the apparatus even in the case of only the diagnosis, and the economic burden on the owner and veterinarian is reduced.

  In the present invention, the intermediate color means a color obtained by irradiating (mixing) two or more light of blue, red, and green, which are the three primary colors of light. For example, the colors listed in FIG. 3B and FIG. is there.

  The treatment apparatus of the present invention includes a light source unit that has a red LED, a green LED, and a blue LED and emits light in a substantially horizontal direction, and a rectangular flat plate that can be placed on a heel or a heel to emit light from the light source unit. A light guide unit that guides a part of the LED in the horizontal direction and deflects the other part downward, and controls a current value to be supplied to each LED to control blue, green, red, and two of these colors Drive means for emitting a color selected from the mixed intermediate colors from the light source unit.

In this case, since the individual (specimen) is irradiated with surface-emitted light, color unevenness is less likely to occur than when a large number of LEDs are arranged on the ceiling.
In addition, since the illuminance is dispersed in a large light guide portion that is wide in the horizontal direction, color unevenness can be eliminated even in a thin light guide portion.

  In the diagnosis method of the present invention, the treatment device is installed on a kennel and a sample is placed in the kennel, and the blue, green, red, and One of the intermediate colors obtained by mixing two or more of these colors is irradiated for a predetermined time, and the sample is standing for the predetermined time during which the sample is sitting in the kennel (sitting position) (Standing) time, the degree of calm of the specimen is determined from the ratio of two or more of the time during which the specimen is moving around (turning), and the irradiated color is based on the degree of calm It is judged whether the color has a dominant eye for the treatment of the specimen.

FIG. 1A is a perspective view showing the diagnostic apparatus of the present invention placed on a kennel, and FIG. 1B is a perspective view of a treatment apparatus. 2A is a schematic side view showing the structure of the irradiation means of the diagnostic apparatus and the treatment apparatus, and FIGS. 2B and 2C are conceptual views showing the light source section. FIG. 3A is a schematic configuration diagram of the operation means, the diagnostic device, and the treatment device, and FIG. 3B is a chart showing the storage contents of the second storage unit. It is a flowchart which shows an example of this invention method. FIG. 5A is a diagram showing a result of the test, and FIG. 5B is a schematic configuration diagram showing another example of the diagnostic device and the treatment device. It is a graph which shows the relationship between the symptom in the case of a person, and "a color with a dominant eye".

Hereinafter, an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.
The diagnostic apparatus (first treatment apparatus) 1A in FIG. 1A and the treatment apparatus (second treatment apparatus) 1B in FIG. 1B have a planar light emitting device 40 having essentially the same structure and function. The diagnostic apparatus 1A is installed and used on a kennel W in a hospital, and the treatment apparatus 1B is installed on a kennel (not shown) owned by the owner.
A video camera Ca that moves the behavior of the specimen is installed outside the kennel W of the hospital.

  As shown in FIG. 1 and FIG. 2A, in the flat light emitting device 40, one of the end faces in the width direction is a light incident surface 41a, one main surface is a light emitting surface 41b, and the other main surface is A light guide plate (an example of a light guide unit) 41 that is a light reflection surface 41 c, a light source unit 42 that is disposed on a light incident surface 41 a of the light guide plate 41, and a light reflection surface 41 c of the light guide plate 41. The reflection sheet 43 and the diffusion sheet 44 disposed below the light emitting surface 41b of the light guide plate 41 are provided. The light guide plate 41 has a rectangular flat plate shape.

The light guide plate 41 is a transparent flat plate having a predetermined thickness, and the size of the main surface is adjusted to the size of the ceiling surface of the kennel W to be illuminated.
The light guide plate 41 guides the light incident from the light incident surface 41a while being totally reflected by the light emitting surface 41b and the light reflecting surface 41c, and emits the light from the light emitting surface 41b. From the light emitting surface 41b, light incident on the inner surface of the light emitting surface 41b with less than a critical angle is emitted.

  As a material of the light guide plate 41, a transparent thermoplastic resin such as an acrylic resin, a methacrylic resin, a styrene resin, or a polycarbonate resin is used. The light guide plate 41 is formed, for example, by injection molding acrylic resin.

  The light reflecting surface 41c of the light guide plate 41 is formed with a fine uneven shape, for example, a prism pattern or a dot pattern, so that the light guided into the light guide plate 41 is efficiently directed to the light emitting surface 41b. The light that is raised in the direction of the light emission surface 41b by the prism pattern or the dot pattern formed on the light reflection surface 41c is emitted as uniform light from the light emission surface 41b, whereby the light guide plate 41 emits light. .

  The light source section 42 has a large number of sets of red LEDs, green LEDs, and blue LEDs indicated by R, G, and B in FIG. 2B or 2C and emits light in a substantially horizontal direction. Note that the set of three color LEDs may be arranged close to the position of the equilateral triangle, or may be arranged close to each other in one row.

  The light emitted from each light source unit 42 enters from the light incident surface 41a of the light guide plate 41, and is guided through the light guide plate 41 while being totally reflected by the light emitting surface 41b or the light reflecting surface 41c. The light is deflected by the prism pattern or the dot pattern formed on the reflection surface 41c and emitted downward from the light emission surface 41b.

The reflection sheet 43 functions to reflect the light that has been guided to the outside of the light guide plate 41 from the light reflection surface 41c and return the light into the light guide plate 41 again, out of the light guided while totally reflecting the light guide plate 41. ing.
The diffusion sheet 44 uniformly diffuses the light emitted from the light emitting surface 41 b of the light guide plate 41, and makes the in-plane intensity of the light emitted from the light emitting surface 41 b of the light guide plate 41 uniform.

  The light source unit 42 of the flat light emitting device 40 emits predetermined light via the remote controller (an example of the operating means) 10, the control device 2, and the driving device (driving circuit) 3 shown in FIG. The control device 2 and the drive device 3 are integrated with the flat light emitting device 40 and constitute a part of the diagnostic device 1A or the treatment device 1B.

  3A, the remote controller (operation means) 10 includes a first display unit 11, a hue angle setting unit 12, a light amount setting unit 13, a time setting unit 14, and a first storage unit 15. When the hue angle (an example of color data), the amount of light, and the irradiation time are set in the setting units 12 to 14 of the remote controller 10, these values are stored in the first storage unit 15 and also in the first display unit 11. Is displayed.

  When the information on the hue angle, the light amount, and the irradiation time stored in the first storage unit 15 is transmitted to the control device 2, these contents are stored in the second storage unit 25 and displayed on the second display unit 25. Is done. When the ON / OFF switch 20 of the control device 2 is turned on, the drive device 3 is driven according to the setting / stored contents, each LED emits light with a predetermined intensity, and the light of the desired color and illuminance is shown in FIG. 1A. The light is emitted from the flat light emitting device 40 into the lower kennel W for a predetermined time.

  As the first storage unit 15 and the second storage unit 25, it is preferable to use a rewritable nonvolatile memory (flash memory). This is because it is easy to reproduce the same settings.

The second storage unit 25 stores a lookup table in advance. As shown in FIG. 3B, the look-up table is a table in which the hue angle of each color emitted by the LED group is represented by an electrical quantity such as a current value or a voltage value, and is stored in the second storage unit 25. It is memorized and input.
In the lookup table shown in FIG. 3B, for example, when the color is purple, the hue angle is 226, and the corresponding conversion value (mA) (another example of color data) is red R: 0. 25, green G: 0.96, blue B: 0.73.

  The control device 2 in FIG. 3A reads out from the look-up table of the second storage unit 25, converts the command value of the hue angle into an electrical quantity such as current and voltage, and the drive device 3 has a red LED group and a green LED group. The light source unit 42 is driven and controlled by outputting to each of the blue LED groups.

That is, the remote controller 10 includes setting units 12 to 14 that remotely set the color of the light of the diagnostic apparatus 1A and the treatment apparatus 1B via the drive devices 3 of the diagnosis apparatus 1A and the treatment apparatus 1B. On the other hand, the treatment apparatus has changing units 22 to 24 for changing the setting of the light color or the like set by the setting units 12 to 14, and the change is made more than the setting range of the light color by the setting units 12 to 14. The range for changing the color of light by the units 22 to 24 is small.
This prevents the owner from greatly changing the color, intensity (light quantity), and irradiation time of the light.
In addition, when providing the setting parts 12-14 in the remote control 10, it is not necessary to provide the change parts 22-24 in the control apparatus 2. FIG. In this case, setting change by the owner can be prevented.

Next, a diagnosis method will be described.
First, in step S1 of FIG. 4, an inquiry is made from the owner, and the light color (hue angle), the amount of light, and the irradiation time according to the pet symptoms are determined based on veterinary empirical rules and clinical trial examples. Next, the process proceeds to step S <b> 2, and the determined color and the like are set from the setting units 12 to 14 of the remote controller 10 in FIG. 3A and stored in the first storage unit 15.

  After the above setting, the process proceeds to step S3 in FIG. 4, where a pet is previously placed in the kennel W in FIG. 1, the setting content is transmitted from the remote control 10 to the control device 2, and the ON / OFF switch 20 in FIG. To do. According to the content stored in the second storage unit 25 by the transmission and the table of FIG. 3B, the driving device 3 emits light of a predetermined light amount from each LED of the light source unit 42, and the light of the set color is set for the set time. Emitted.

  Next, the process proceeds to step S4, where the veterinarian determines the dominant hand based on the color based on the behavior of the pet from the video of the video camera Ca during and after the treatment, and the pet (individual) is not ill with the light color. Determine if you can treat. For example, whether or not the excitement has become light can be determined from whether or not the sitting time of the specimen (individual) is shorter than in the case of white light.

  As a result of the determination, if it is determined that treatment cannot be performed with the color and time, the process returns to step S2, and the setting of the color and time and the irradiation with the color are repeated. On the other hand, if it is determined as a result of the determination that treatment can be performed with the color and time, the process proceeds to step S5.

  In the next step S5, the veterinarian calls the owner to the hospital, tells the color and time of the light, and explains what effect can be obtained with this treatment. In accordance with this description, the process proceeds to the next step S6, and a sales contract or lease contract is made for the treatment apparatus 1B of FIG.

  After the contract is established, the veterinarian orders the treatment device 1B from the trading company in the next step S7, and after the treatment device 1B is received, the treatment device 1B is obtained by the test using the remote controller 10 in FIG. 3A in step S8. Set the color, light intensity and time.

  After the light quantity, time, and color (hue angle) are stored in the second storage unit 25 of the control device 2, the process proceeds to step S9 in FIG. 4 and the treatment device 1B is delivered to the owner.

The owner who has purchased the treatment apparatus 1B places the pet in the kennel as needed, and puts the pet into the kennel as necessary, and treats the pet.
At this time, since the color, the light amount, and the time are selected and set as necessary, the owner does not need detailed knowledge about the color treatment.

  In addition, if each change part 22-24 is provided, the owner can change the said color, light quantity, and time a little. In this case, since the range width by each of the changing units 22 to 24 is narrower than the range width by the setting units 12 to 14, it is possible to prevent an adverse effect due to excessive changes.

  Moreover, when not providing each said change parts 22-24, the usage of the treatment apparatus 1B which the owner apologized can be prevented reliably.

Next, in order to clarify the color treatment, a test example is shown.
The physiological and psychological changes of dogs were clarified in a colored space, and the color environment that reduces the stress on animals in a different environment was investigated.

  Prepared: dog (specimen), frame for raising animals, flat light emitting device 40, white cloth 100 (see FIG. 1A) covering the frame, video camera Ca, video recording hardware

(1) The vessel was filled with water in the experimental environment, the feed was supplied as usual, the excrement was removed at the time of discovery, and other factors that caused stress were eliminated as much as possible.
(2) From the day before the experiment, the subject (specimen) was transferred to the environment used in the experiment. On the day of the experiment, a video camera Ca (see FIG. 1A) was installed outside the fence. Recording was started, and LED light irradiation (white) was started 30 minutes before the start of the experiment.
(3) Irradiate in yellow for 30 minutes.
(4) White (control) was irradiated 10 times, and then red was irradiated for 30 minutes.
(5) The green irradiation was performed in the same manner as described in (4).
(6) Finally, after irradiating with white light for 10 minutes, blood sampling, heart rate, respiratory rate, and body temperature were measured.
(7) Video camera recording was stopped.
(8) During the experiment, the video camera continuously recorded, and the change in the behavior of the specimen due to the change in color is the time to sit calmly, the time to stand, and to turn around (turning) ) The length of time was measured.
The ratio of the length of each time is shown in FIG. 5A.

Changes in behavior were determined by the dog (specimen) "sitting", "standing" or "turning (turning around)" because these behaviors indicate the degree of sway and calm of the specimen.
That is, in general, a dog often sits when the dog is calm, and when the dog loses calmness, the dog often turns around and stands up when vigilance is strong.

  As can be seen from FIG. 5, the dog's behavior is calm in green, while the dog's behavior is not calm in red. In the case of yellow, which is an intermediate color between red and green, the intermediate result between the red and green is obtained.

  From this remarkable result, it is presumed that animals (dogs) have a function of identifying colors in the same way as humans, and that they can treat diseases and unillnesses caused by colors as well as humans and reduce stress.

FIG. 6 shows the result of the inventor's knowledge of the relationship between the symptom and “dominant color” in the case of a person based on empirical rules and the like.
As can be seen from this chart, for example, in the case of “elimination of fatigue”, which of red and blue is effective depends greatly on the cause of the fatigue (reversely). For example, in the case of “lightening excitement”, both blue and green are effective, but depending on the individual and the situation, which color is more effective varies.
On the other hand, if the same color is irradiated too much, harmful effects are also caused. Therefore, it is important that a veterinarian estimates an appropriate treatment (irradiation) time per day or week based on an empirical rule and observes this.
Accordingly, it can be seen that it is useful for a specialist veterinarian to make a diagnosis in advance, teach the owner of at least one of color and / or time according to the diagnosis result, and initialize this to the treatment apparatus.

  In the embodiment, the first display unit 11, the first storage unit 15, and the setting units 12 to 14 are provided in the remote controller 10 of FIG. 3A. However, the remote controller 10 is not necessarily provided, and as shown in FIG. 2, the first display unit 11, the hue angle setting unit 12, and the first storage unit 15 may be provided. Further, the timer 26, the light amount setting unit 13, and the time setting unit 14 of FIG. 3A are not necessarily provided.

  Further, the planar light emitting device 40 is not limited to the above-described embodiment, and various structures such as JP2007-179751A and JP2009-86023A can be adopted.

  The present invention can be used mainly for the treatment of non-disease and illness in dogs and cats, but can also be used for the treatment of other animals and humans.

2: Control device 3: Drive device 10: Remote control 40: Planar light emitting device 41: Light guide plate 42: Light source part 43: Reflective sheet 44: Diffusion sheet 100: White cloth Ca: Video camera W: Kennel

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  1. A method for selling and lending animal treatment devices,
    Using a diagnostic device for diagnosing a method of treating an animal with light in a hospital and a treatment device for treating an animal with light at home,
    The diagnostic device and the treatment device have irradiation means for irradiating light downward,
    Drive means for irradiating the irradiation means with a color selected from blue, green, red and an intermediate color obtained by mixing two or more of these colors;
    A selection step of selecting a color of light emitted from the irradiation means of the diagnostic apparatus by operating an operation means for selecting a color irradiated by the irradiation means;
    Performing an irradiation step of irradiating the subject with light of the color and determining the color of light capable of treating the individual;
    The color of the light is taught to the owner of the individual and the treatment device is sold or lent to the owner.
  2.   2. The method according to claim 1, wherein driving means of the treatment apparatus is set so that light emitted from the irradiation means of the treatment apparatus has a light color suitable for treating the individual, and the set treatment apparatus Is sold or lent to the owner.
  3. 3. The method according to claim 2, wherein the irradiating means includes a red LED, a green LED, and a blue LED, and a light source part that emits light in a substantially horizontal direction, while guiding a part of the light from the light source part in the horizontal direction. A planar light emitting device having a light guide part for deflecting a part of the light source downward.
  4. The method of claim 3, wherein
    In the irradiation step, the target individual is irradiated with the light of the color for a predetermined time, and the irradiation time of the light color suitable for treating the individual is obtained.
    The time is taught to the owner of the individual together with the color of the light, and the treatment device is sold or lent to the owner.
  5. The method of claim 4, wherein
    The treatment device stores light color data suitable for the treatment and the predetermined time, and drives the drive device during the time stored in the storage portion so that the light color And a control device for irradiating at the irradiation time.
  6.   6. The method according to claim 5, wherein the operating means includes a setting device for remotely setting the color of the light of the diagnostic apparatus and the treatment apparatus via each drive means of the diagnosis apparatus and the treatment apparatus. It has a change part which changes the setting of the light color set by the setting device, and the light color change range by the changing unit is smaller than the light color setting range by the setting device.
  7.   6. The method according to claim 5, wherein the operating means includes a setting device for remotely setting the color of the light of the diagnostic apparatus and the treatment apparatus via each drive means of the diagnosis apparatus and the treatment apparatus. The light color set with the setting device cannot be changed.
  8. A treatment device for treating an animal with light,
    A light source unit having a red LED, a green LED and a blue LED and emitting light in a substantially horizontal direction;
    A light guide part that deflects the other part downward while guiding part of the light from the light source part in the horizontal direction in a rectangular flat plate shape that can be placed on the eyelid or the eyelid,
    Drive means for controlling a current value to be supplied to each LED to emit from the light source unit a color selected from blue, green, red, and an intermediate color obtained by mixing two or more of these colors; .
  9. A diagnostic method for treating a dog using the treatment device of claim 8, comprising:
    In a state where the treatment device is installed on the kennel and the specimen is put in the kennel,
    From the light guide part toward the kennel, irradiate one of blue, green, red and an intermediate color obtained by mixing two or more of these colors for a predetermined time,
    The sample is settled from the ratio of two or more of the time during which the sample is sitting in the kennel, the time when the sample is standing, and the time when the sample is moving around in the predetermined period. Judge the degree,
    Based on the degree of calmness, it is determined whether or not the irradiated color is a color that works well for the treatment of the sample.
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