JP2015150350A - Attachment for grip forceps - Google Patents

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JP2015150350A
JP2015150350A JP2014029145A JP2014029145A JP2015150350A JP 2015150350 A JP2015150350 A JP 2015150350A JP 2014029145 A JP2014029145 A JP 2014029145A JP 2014029145 A JP2014029145 A JP 2014029145A JP 2015150350 A JP2015150350 A JP 2015150350A
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泰久 大出
Yasuhisa Ode
泰久 大出
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an attachment for a grasping forceps capable of surely securing a stump distance of an excision object simply by being attached to a lung ring forceps or the like.
An attachment 1 is attached to a grasping forceps having a pair of annular portions for gripping an object at a tip thereof, and is formed in a plate shape as a whole larger than the annular portion, and one surface grips the object. An annular portion fixing portion 4 that is formed on the opposite surface 3B of the gripping surface and into which the annular portion can be fitted, and at least from the position of the annular portion when fitted into the annular portion fixing portion 4 toward the distal end side. And a stump distance securing portion 5 formed to extend a predetermined width.
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  The present invention relates to an attachment for grasping forceps capable of ensuring a sufficient stump distance of a tumor or the like with respect to a lung malignant tumor or the like.

  When removing a tumor from a lung malignant tumor, a grasping forceps that grasps the lung with a grasping portion at the tip is used. For example, as described in Patent Document 1, this gripping forceps has ring-shaped gripping portions formed at the ends of a pair of shafts that rotate with an intersection as a fulcrum (hereinafter referred to as lung ring forceps). Also known as). In this lung ring forceps, the lung can be gripped by a pair of gripping portions, and the tumor is cut around the gripping portion while the tumor to be excised is sandwiched between the pair of gripping portions, and the tumor is taken out. .

JP2013-123600A

The following problems remain in the conventional technology.
In other words, when removing a tumor with the lung ring forceps sandwiching the tumor to be excised, securing a sufficient tumor stump distance is an important factor for preventing recurrence of stumps. The measurement of the stump distance depends on visual inspection and palpation, and even if it is intended to be sufficiently removed, the distance may not be secured in practice. In particular, in recent small thoracotomy and complete endoscopic surgery, it is difficult to confirm the necessary stump distance because fingers do not enter.

  The present invention has been made in view of the above-described problems, and provides an attachment for a grasping forceps that can ensure a stump distance of an excision object by simply attaching it to a grasping forceps such as a lung ring forceps. Objective.

  The present invention employs the following configuration in order to solve the above problems. That is, the attachment for a grasping forceps according to the first invention is an attachment that is attached to a grasping forceps having a pair of annular portions for gripping an object at the tip, and is formed in a plate shape that is larger than the annular portion as a whole. And one surface is a gripping surface for gripping the object, an annular portion fixing portion formed on the opposite surface of the gripping surface to which the annular portion can be fitted, and an annular portion fixing portion when fitted And a stap distance securing portion formed by extending a predetermined width from the position of the annular portion toward at least the distal end side.

  In this attachment for grasping forceps, an annular portion fixing portion formed on the opposite surface of the grasping surface and into which the annular portion can be fitted, and a predetermined width from the position of the annular portion when fitted into the annular portion fixing portion toward at least the distal end side. Since it has a stump distance securing portion formed so as to extend, it can be easily attached to the grasping forceps by fitting the annular portion into the annular portion fixing portion, and a target such as a tumor by the pair of attached attachments You can pinch without destroying things. In addition, using the stump distance securing portion provided on the distal end side as a guide, the stump distance width can be accurately and reliably secured at least on the distal end side of the annular portion, and an object such as a tumor can be excised with a stapler or the like. It becomes possible.

The attachment for grasping forceps according to the second invention is characterized in that, in the first invention, a through-hole is formed in a region inside the annular portion when fitted into the annular portion fixing portion. .
That is, in this attachment for grasping forceps, since a through hole is formed in a region inside the annular portion when fitted into the annular portion fixing portion, it is possible to visually recognize the object in the portion grasped from the through hole. It becomes possible, and it becomes difficult to slip | deviate because the hold | gripped target object enters in a through-hole, and a stump distance can be ensured correctly.

In the attachment for grasping forceps according to the third invention, in the first or second invention, the stump distance securing portion is formed only on the distal end side, and has a long plate shape on the distal end side as a whole. Features.
That is, in this attachment for grasping forceps, the stap distance securing portion is formed only on the distal end side, and is formed into a long plate shape on the distal end side as a whole, so that it is a long plate shape with a narrow overall width, It can be easily inserted into the body such as the chest cavity.

An attachment for grasping forceps according to a fourth invention is characterized in that, in any one of the first to third inventions, a recess is formed in the grasping surface of the stump distance securing portion.
That is, in this attachment for grasping forceps, since the concave portion is formed on the gripping surface of the stap distance securing portion, when a target object such as a tumor is sandwiched, a part of the tissue of the target object enters the concave portion and is not easily displaced. At the same time, the warpage of the object is reduced, and the stump distance can be secured more accurately.

An attachment for grasping forceps according to a fifth invention is the attachment according to the fourth invention, wherein a pair of the recesses are formed, and a thicker portion that is thicker than the recesses and extends toward the distal end side is formed between the pair of recesses. It is formed.
That is, in this attachment for grasping forceps, a thick portion that is thicker than the concave portion and extends toward the distal end side is formed between the pair of concave portions, and thus the rigidity of the stap distance securing portion is increased by the thick portion. It is possible to prevent the stump distance securing portion from being warped during gripping and to accurately cut it.

An attachment for grasping forceps according to a sixth invention is characterized in that in any one of the first to third inventions, the attachment is made of resin.
That is, this attachment for grasping forceps is made of resin, so it is lighter than the case of being made of metal, and it is difficult to damage the tissue of the object. The resin used is preferably transparent or translucent.

The present invention has the following effects.
That is, according to the attachment for a grasping forceps according to the present invention, it has an annular portion fixing portion into which the annular portion can be fitted, and a stap distance securing portion formed by extending a predetermined width toward the distal end side. Therefore, it can be easily attached to the grasping forceps, and a target object such as a tumor can be sandwiched between the attached pair of attachments, and the stump distance can be secured accurately and reliably using the stump distance securing portion as a guide. it can. Therefore, the necessary stump distance can be accurately ensured even in small thoracotomy, complete endoscopic surgery, and the like, and it is possible to accurately remove a tumor of the lung.

It is the perspective view (a) seen from the plane side which shows one Embodiment of the attachment for grasping forceps which concerns on this invention, and the perspective view (b) seen from the bottom face side. In this embodiment, it is the top view (a) and bottom view (b) which show the attachment for grasping forceps. In this embodiment, it is the front view (a) and back view (b) which show the attachment for grasping forceps. It is a perspective view showing grasping forceps (pulmonary ring forceps). In this embodiment, it is a side view at the time of making a pair of attachment for grasping forceps contact | abut on a mutual holding surface. In this embodiment, it is sectional drawing cut | disconnected by the thick part which shows the state which pinched | interposed the target object with a pair of attachment for clamp forceps. In this embodiment, it is a photograph which shows the state which attached the attachment for grasping forceps actually to the annular part of the lung ring forceps. In this embodiment, it is the whole photograph which shows the pulmonary ring forceps which actually attached the attachment for grasping forceps. It is a photograph which shows a pair of attachment for grasping forceps which is another example of this embodiment. It is the whole photograph which shows the pulmonary ring forceps which attached the attachment for grasping forceps which is another example of this embodiment.

  Hereinafter, an embodiment of an attachment for grasping forceps according to the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. 1 to 8.

  The attachment 1 for grasping forceps of this embodiment is an attachment which attaches to the grasping forceps 2 which has a pair of cyclic | annular part 2a which grasps the target object L at a front-end | tip, as shown in FIGS. An annular portion fixing portion 4 formed in a plate shape larger than the portion 2a and having one surface as a gripping surface 3A for gripping the object L, and formed on the opposite surface 3B of the gripping surface 3A and into which the annular portion 2a can be fitted. And a stap distance securing portion 5 formed to extend at a predetermined width R from the position (tip position) of the annular portion 2a when fitted into the annular portion fixing portion 4 toward at least the distal end side. ing.

The object L is, for example, the lung, and the excision object is a lung malignant tumor.
As shown in FIG. 4, the gripping forceps 2 are lung ring forceps each having an annular portion 2a at the tips of a pair of shafts 2b that rotate around a crossing portion.
The annular portion fixing portion 4 is a groove portion formed in an annular shape corresponding to the shape of the annular portion 2a on the opposite surface 3B of the gripping surface 3A. The opening of the groove is set to be narrower than the internal width so that it does not easily come off when the annular portion 2a is fitted.

In addition, the notch part 4a is formed in the part by the side of the proximal end of the attachment 1 where the axis | shaft 2b of the grasping forceps 2 is arranged, and the front-end | tip part of the axis | shaft 2b is distribute | arranged in the notch part 4a at the time of mounting | wearing.
A through hole 6 is formed in a region inside the annular portion 2 a when fitted into the annular portion fixing portion 4. The through hole 6 is a circular hole concentric with the inserted annular portion 2 a and has a diameter slightly smaller than the inner diameter of the annular portion fixing portion 4.

  The stump distance securing portion 5 is formed only on the distal end side, and has an arc shape centered on the center of the annular portion 2 a when the distal end is fitted into the annular portion fixing portion 4. That is, the stump distance securing portions 5 are not formed on both sides of the attachment 1. For this reason, the attachment 1 for grasping forceps is made into a plate shape long on the distal end side as a whole. The predetermined width R is a width corresponding to the stump distance, and is set to 15 mm, for example, but is set according to the size of the annular portion 2a, the object L to be gripped by the gripping forceps 2, and the like.

A pair of recesses 5 a is formed on the gripping surface 3 </ b> A of the stump distance securing portion 5. These recesses 5a are formed in a substantially rectangular shape, and are provided with a depth and size that can ensure the rigidity required for the stump distance securing portion 5.
Furthermore, a thick portion 5b that is thicker than the recess 5a and extends toward the tip side is formed between the pair of recesses 5a. The thick portion 5b is provided at the center of the stump distance securing portion 5 and secures the rigidity necessary for the stump distance securing portion 5 together with the thick portion around the recess 5a.

In addition, the attachment 1 for grasping forceps is entirely formed of resin. In particular, the resin is preferably a transparent or translucent material. In the present embodiment, for example, it is made of plate-like vinyl chloride having a thickness of about 6 mm. Further, since it is made of resin, it has a certain degree of elasticity, and it becomes easy to push the annular part 2a into the annular part fixing part 4 that is a groove part.
Although it is made of resin, it has necessary rigidity and hardness due to a certain thickness as described above, and warpage when the object L is gripped is suppressed, and an automatic suturing device is attached. No. 1 is cut so that the lung is not removed. In addition, when the resin molding is performed, the concave portion 5a is formed in a portion where the dent is likely to occur, so that stable resin molding is possible.

When the gripping forceps attachment 1 is attached to the pair of annular portions 2a, as shown in FIG. 4, when the annular portion fixing portions 4 abut the opposing gripping surfaces 3A, Both gripping surfaces 3A are arranged so as to be inclined with respect to the gripping surface 3A so as to be able to come into surface contact. In other words, the annular portion fixing portion 4 is provided in consideration of the inclination of the two axes of the grasping forceps 2 so that no gap is generated when the two attachments 1 are brought together between the grasping surfaces 3A. .
In the present embodiment, in a state where the pair of grasping forceps attachments 1 are in surface contact, the angle θ constituted by the annular portion fixing portions 4 corresponds to the angle θ of the pair of shafts 2b 2.82. Set to °.

  FIGS. 7 and 8 show photographs of a state in which the attachment 1 for a grasping forceps of the present embodiment is actually attached to the annular portion 2a of the grasping forceps 2. FIG.

  Thus, in the attachment 1 for grasping forceps of this embodiment, the annular portion fixing portion 4 formed on the opposite surface 3B of the grasping surface 3A and into which the annular portion 2a can be fitted, and the annular portion fixing portion 4 when fitted. Since it has the stap distance securing part 5 formed to extend at least a predetermined width from the position of the annular part 2a toward the tip side, it is easy to fit the annular part 2a into the annular part fixing part 4 Can be attached to the grasping forceps 2, and the object L such as a tumor can be sandwiched between the pair of attached attachments 1 without being destroyed.

Further, with reference to the stump distance securing portion 5 provided on the distal end side, the stump distance width can be accurately and reliably secured at least on the distal end side of the annular portion 2a, and an object L such as a tumor can be automatically removed by a stapler or the like. It can be excised with a suture instrument.
Moreover, since the through-hole 6 is formed in the area | region inside the cyclic | annular part 2a at the time of being fitted in the cyclic | annular part fixing | fixed part 4, it becomes possible to visually recognize the target object L of the part hold | gripped from the through-hole 6. In addition, since the grasped object L enters the through hole 6, it becomes difficult to shift, and the stump distance can be accurately ensured.

Further, since the stump distance securing portion 5 is formed only on the distal end side and is formed into a long plate shape on the distal end side as a whole, the overall shape is a long plate shape with a narrow width, so that it can be applied to the body such as the chest cavity. Easy to insert.
Further, since the concave portion 5a is formed in the gripping surface 3A of the stump distance securing portion 5, when the target object L such as a tumor is sandwiched, a part of the tissue of the target L enters the concave portion 5a and is difficult to be displaced. At the same time, the warp of the object L is reduced, and the stump distance can be secured more accurately.

Furthermore, since the thick part 5b which is thicker than the recessed part 5a and extends toward the tip side is formed between the pair of recessed parts 5a, the rigidity of the stap distance securing part 5 is increased by the thick part 5b. It is possible to suppress the stump distance securing portion 5 from being warped during gripping and accurately cut it.
Moreover, since the whole is formed with resin, it is lighter than when formed with metal, and the structure of the object L is difficult to be damaged. In addition, since the resin used is transparent or translucent, it is also possible to visually observe the sandwiched object L through the attachment 1.

  The technical scope of the present invention is not limited to the above embodiment, and various modifications can be made without departing from the spirit of the present invention.

For example, in the above embodiment, the stap distance securing portion is provided only on the distal end side. However, as shown in FIGS. 8 and 9, as another example of the above embodiment, the entire portion around the annular portion is almost entirely disposed. The stump distance securing portion may be formed in a substantially annular plate shape as a whole. That is, in this other example, the outer peripheral edge of the stap distance securing portion is formed in a substantially circular shape concentric with the annular portion fitted in the annular portion fixing portion.
In this case, since the stump distance securing portion is in the most part in the circumferential direction of the annular portion, it is necessary to widen the width when opening into the body more than the above embodiment, but securing the stump distance Since the range of the part extends over most of the circumferential direction, the object in the circumferential direction can be easily excised. In this other example, the portion corresponding to the notch portion of the above embodiment is completely cut and formed into a C shape in which a part of the annular shape is cut.

Moreover, in the said embodiment, although the annular groove part is formed as an annular part fixing | fixed part, several hook-shaped protrusions which protruded on the opposite surface as an annular part fixing | fixed part are formed, and these hook-shaped protrusions are formed in these hook-shaped protrusions. The annular portion may be fitted and fixed.
Moreover, in the said embodiment, although the attachment of this invention was mounted | worn with the lung ring forceps used when excising a lung malignant tumor, you may mount | wear and use for the annular part of the grasping forceps which hold | grips another organ.

  The attachment for a grasping forceps of the present invention is attached to an annular portion such as a lung ring forceps used when performing a reduced resection for a lung malignant tumor to ensure an accurate stump distance. In particular, even in recent small thoracotomy, complete endoscopic surgery, etc., it becomes possible to ensure the stump distance reliably and accurately, and to effectively prevent stump recurrence.

  DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Attachment for grasping forceps, 2a ... Annular part, 2 ... Gripping forceps, 3A ... Gripping surface, 3B ... Opposite surface of a grasping surface, 4 ... Annular part fixed part, 5 ... Stump distance securing part, 5a ... Recessed part, 5b ... Thick part, 6 ... Through hole, L ... Object

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  1. An attachment that is attached to a grasping forceps having a pair of annular portions that grip a target at the tip,
    The whole is formed in a plate shape larger than the annular portion and one surface is a gripping surface for gripping the object,
    An annular portion fixing portion formed on the opposite surface of the gripping surface and into which the annular portion can be fitted;
    A grasping forceps having a stap distance securing portion formed to extend at least a predetermined width from the position of the annular portion when fitted into the annular portion fixing portion toward the distal end side. Attachment for.
  2. The attachment for grasping forceps according to claim 1,
    An attachment for grasping forceps, wherein a through-hole is formed in a region inside the annular portion when fitted into the annular portion fixing portion.
  3. In the attachment for grasping forceps according to claim 1 or 2,
    The stump distance securing part is formed only on the tip side,
    An attachment for a grasping forceps characterized by having a long plate shape on the tip side as a whole.
  4. In the attachment for grasping forceps as described in any one of Claim 1 to 3,
    An attachment for grasping forceps, wherein a recess is formed in the grasping surface of the stump distance securing portion.
  5. The attachment for grasping forceps according to claim 4,
    A gripping forceps attachment, wherein a pair of the recesses are formed, and a thicker part that is thicker than the recesses and extends toward the tip side is formed between the pair of recesses.
  6. In the attachment for grasping forceps according to any one of claims 1 to 5,
    An attachment for grasping forceps, wherein the attachment is made of resin.
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