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JP5277192B2
JP5277192B2 JP2010029571A JP2010029571A JP5277192B2 JP 5277192 B2 JP5277192 B2 JP 5277192B2 JP 2010029571 A JP2010029571 A JP 2010029571A JP 2010029571 A JP2010029571 A JP 2010029571A JP 5277192 B2 JP5277192 B2 JP 5277192B2
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興一 園部
好雄 上島
正樹 由利
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a medical care apparatus 1 which has no actual cord line lying between a foot controller 5 and a treatment device 7, while allowing optionally changing settings of the contents operated by the foot controller 5, so as to provide an operator with improved convenience. <P>SOLUTION: The medical care apparatus 1 is equipped with the treatment device 7 for medical care, and the foot controller 5 to transmit an operation signal inputted by the operator to the treatment device 7. The foot controller 5 has a wireless communicating means 51. The treatment device 7 has wireless communicating means 43, 46 for wireless-receiving the operation signal transmitted from the wireless communicating means 51, and a storing means 41 for storing foot-controller-setting data 32 which associates the operation items of the treatment device 7 with the operation signals. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&amp;INPIT

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  The present invention relates to a medical device that uses, for example, a plurality of instruments, and in particular, wirelessly controls driving of instruments and medical chairs used for medical treatment such as cutting and polishing of teeth and bones in dentistry. The present invention relates to a medical device executed by a foot controller.

  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, in dental practice, a medical device is used that is used by replacing and connecting various instruments. There are various types of instruments, such as micromotor handpieces, air turbine handpieces, laser handpieces, and scalers driven by ultrasonic waves or air. Various powers such as vibration of a vibrator or laser are used.

  A medical and dental treatment device operated by a foot controller connected to the medical device has been proposed as a feature of such an operation method such as instrumentation of the medical device (see Patent Document 1).

  In this medical / dental treatment apparatus, a medical / dental treatment chair and a control computer are controlled by a foot controller. However, since the foot controller is wired with a cord, there is a problem that the installation range is limited, and there is a problem that if the cord is left, it may be entangled with the practitioner's feet.

  On the other hand, there has been proposed a wireless remote control device that performs bidirectional data communication between a foot controller and a treatment table using infrared or ultrasonic waves as a signal medium (see Patent Document 2).

  However, this wireless remote control device cannot change the correspondence between the operation content of the foot controller and the control content of the clinical table. For this reason, there is a problem of lack of convenience.

  In addition, a control device using a foot controller that has a memory that stores functions corresponding to each medical scene, and selects at least one of these functions and assigns it to an operation switch has been proposed (Patent Document 3). reference).

  However, this control device can only select which function to be assigned to the operation switch according to each medical scene, and cannot arbitrarily change the setting. For this reason, there is no degree of freedom in setting and the convenience is low.

JP-A-9-322918 Japanese Examined Patent Publication No. 62-016106 JP 2006-263137 A

  In view of the above-described problems, the present invention provides a medical medical device capable of arbitrarily changing the setting of the content operated by the foot controller without the presence of a real line between the foot controller and the medical device. It aims to provide and improve the convenience of practitioners.

  The present invention is a medical medical device including a medical device used for medical care and a foot controller that transmits an operation signal input to a practitioner to the medical device, and the foot controller includes a battery. Battery level detection means for detecting the remaining battery level of the power supply means, and controller-side wireless communication means for wirelessly transmitting the operation signal inputted and the remaining battery level, wherein the medical device is connected to the controller side Medical device-side wireless communication means for wirelessly receiving the operation signal transmitted from the wireless communication means, storage means for storing setting data in which the operation items of the medical device are associated with the operation signals, and the medical device side Battery capacity notifying means for notifying battery capacity information when the remaining battery level received by the wireless means falls below a predetermined amount, an instrument used for treatment, and the instrument Driving means for applying driving force to the instrument, and operation of the foot controller to continue the driving of the instrument when the battery capacity is equal to or less than a predetermined operation regulation amount if the instrument is being driven. Driving that restricts driving of the driving means by a signal or restricts driving of the driving means by an operation signal of the foot controller so that the stopped state is maintained if the instrument is stopped. And a limiting means.

The controller-side wireless communication means and the medical device-side wireless communication means can use an appropriate communication method such as Zigbee (registered trademark), Bluetooth (registered trademark), infrared, or ultrasonic.
The storage means can store the setting data in a changeable manner.

  The power supply means can be a rechargeable secondary battery or a non-rechargeable primary battery, preferably a secondary battery.

  The predetermined amount may be an appropriate amount such as an amount that is larger than the minimum remaining battery level required for wireless communication, such as an amount that can be said to have been consumed to some extent from a full tank state, and remaining little.

  The driving means can be constituted by an appropriate device for supplying a driving medium (air, water, electricity, etc.) for driving the instrument.

  The operation restriction amount may be an appropriate amount such as an amount larger than the minimum battery remaining amount necessary for wireless communication, such as an amount that can be said to have been consumed to some extent from a full tank state, and remain low.

  If the instrument is already driven, the drive restricting means continues the drive so that the foot controller cannot be stopped.If the instrument is stopped, the drive restricting means sets the stop state so that the foot controller cannot be driven. Appropriate restrictions can be made, such as limiting the maintenance or limiting a sudden operation or stoppage.

  According to the present invention, since communication can be performed wirelessly, there is no real line between the foot controller and the medical device, and the setting of the content operated by the foot controller can be arbitrarily changed.

  In addition, the foot controller includes a battery remaining amount detecting unit that detects a remaining battery level of a power source unit configured by a battery, and the controller-side wireless communication unit wirelessly transmits the battery remaining amount, The apparatus is provided with battery capacity notification means for notifying the battery capacity information when the remaining battery level received by the medical device side wireless means is below a predetermined amount, so that the remaining battery level of the power supply means has decreased. The power supply means can be charged or replaced before wireless communication becomes impossible. Thereby, the stable movement of the operation control by the operation of the foot controller can be realized.

  In addition, when the instrument is used for a procedure, a driving unit that applies driving force to the instrument, and the battery capacity is equal to or less than a predetermined operation regulation amount, the instrument is Limit driving stop of the driving means by the operation signal of the foot controller so that the driving is continued during driving, or maintain the stopped state when the instrument is stopped As described above, by including the drive limiting means for limiting the driving of the driving means by the operation signal of the foot controller, it is possible to prevent the instrument from being unintentionally driven or stopped, and to increase safety. Can do.

  As an aspect of the present invention, the medical device-side wireless communication means includes a plurality of receiving means for one controller-side wireless communication means.

  As a result, it is possible to prevent the operation signal from the foot controller from being received due to a communication failure or the like, and to realize a stable operation.

As an aspect of the present invention, the power supply means is constituted by a rechargeable secondary battery, and the foot controller is provided with a charging power supply terminal used for charging the secondary battery.
Thereby, the power supply means comprised with a secondary battery can be charged from the power supply terminal for charge.

  Further, as an aspect of the present invention, the setting data includes data related to operation settings related to the operation of the driving means of the instrument used for the operation, and operation settings for operation outside the operation related to other driving means not related to the instrument. The medical device comprises a holder for inserting and removing the instrument, and a holder detection means for detecting insertion and removal of the instrument, and detecting removal of the instrument When the operation signal of the foot controller is received, the driving of the instrument driving means according to the data related to the operation setting for the operation is permitted, and the state in which all the instruments are stored in the holder is detected. If the operation signal of the foot controller is received, the operation setting for the non-operative operation is received. The driving of the other driving means corresponding to the data can be configured to allow about.

  The holder detection means can be constituted by an appropriate means capable of detecting taking out / storing of the instrument with respect to the holder, such as a switch, a weight sensor, an infrared sensor, an optical sensor, a magnetic sensor, or a proximity sensor.

  The data related to the operation settings for the treatment includes light ON / OFF of handpieces, water injection ON / OFF, normal rotation / reverse rotation, cup water supply, micromotor rotation speed setting, range switching, scaler power adjustment, photopolymerizer, etc. It is possible to use data related to the driving of the instrument, such as an irradiation time setting.

  Data related to the operation settings for the non-operative operation include instruments such as raising / lowering the medical chair, standing / tilting of the back sheet, light ON / OFF / dimming of the surgical light, mode switching (treatment mode / resin mode), etc. It is possible to use data that is not related to the driving of the machine.

  According to this aspect, appropriate operation control can be executed by operating the foot controller in accordance with the state of taking out the instrument.

  Moreover, as an aspect of the present invention, the medical device can include a display device that displays operation items that can be executed based on the setting data in a state after the instrument is inserted and removed.

  Thereby, the executable operation item changed by putting in and out the instrument and the like can be displayed on the display device, and the practitioner can visually confirm the item that can be operated with the foot controller.

  As another aspect of the present invention, the wireless communication means on the medical device side includes a setting data transmission process for transmitting the setting data to another medical device, and a setting data receiving process for receiving the setting data from another medical device. Bidirectional communication means that can be executed, and when the setting data is received from another medical medical device by the wireless communication means on the medical device side, the setting data stored in the storage device is registered. Can do.

  According to this aspect, setting data registered in one medical device can be transferred to another medical device. Therefore, when a plurality of medical devices are installed in a facility, the setting data registered by the practitioner with one medical device customized for himself / herself is transferred to the other medical devices, so that the other medical devices But you can practice in the same environment.

  Further, as an aspect of the present invention, the storage means is configured to store a plurality of setting data different for each practitioner, and the medical device displays which practitioner the setting data currently employed belongs. The present invention is characterized in that current state display means is provided.

  According to this aspect, the practitioner can check the setting for himself and operate the foot controller or the like.

Further, the present invention provides an operation control of a medical medical device that controls the medical medical device including a medical device used for medical care and a foot controller that transmits an operation signal input to the practitioner to the medical device. In the method, the foot controller includes a battery remaining amount detecting unit that detects a remaining battery level of a power source unit configured by a battery, and a controller-side wireless communication that wirelessly transmits the operation input signal and the remaining battery level. The medical device associates the operation item of the medical device and the operation signal with the medical device wireless communication unit that wirelessly receives the operation signal transmitted from the controller-side wireless communication unit. Storage means for storing setting data, and battery capacity notification means for notifying battery capacity information when the remaining battery level received by the medical device-side wireless means falls below a predetermined amount An instrument used for treatment, a drive means for applying a driving force to the instrument, and a drive restriction means for restricting the drive of the drive means by an operation signal of the foot controller, the foot controller When receiving the operation signal input by the operation, the medical device executes the operation of the operation item corresponding to the operation signal stored in the setting data, and the battery capacity is equal to or less than a predetermined operation restriction amount. Then , if the instrument is being driven, stop driving of the driving means by the operation signal of the foot controller, or stop the instrument so that the driving is continued. if, so as to maintain the stopped state, to limit the driving of said driving means by said foot controller operation signal It can be a operation control method of a medical care apparatus.

  Thus, there is no real line between the foot controller and the medical device, and the operation control can be performed by arbitrarily changing the setting of the content operated by the foot controller.

  In addition, the foot controller includes a battery remaining amount detecting unit that detects a remaining battery level of a power source unit configured by a battery, and the controller-side wireless communication unit wirelessly transmits the battery remaining amount, The apparatus is provided with battery capacity notification means for notifying the battery capacity information when the remaining battery level received by the medical device side wireless means is below a predetermined amount, so that the remaining battery level of the power supply means has decreased. The power supply means can be charged or replaced before wireless communication becomes impossible. Thereby, the stable movement of the operation control by the operation of the foot controller can be realized.

  In addition, the medical device includes an instrument used for treatment, a driving unit that applies a driving force to the instrument, and a drive limiting unit that limits driving of the driving unit by an operation signal of the foot controller. In addition, when the battery capacity becomes equal to or less than a predetermined operation regulation amount, it is possible to prevent the instrument from being unintentionally driven or stopped, and to improve safety.

  According to the present invention, there is provided a medical medical device capable of arbitrarily changing the setting of contents operated by the foot controller without the presence of a real line between the foot controller and the medical device. Convenience can be improved.

The perspective view which shows the structure of a medical treatment apparatus. The perspective view which shows the external appearance of a foot controller. The block diagram which shows the structure of a medical treatment apparatus. Data structure of foot controller setting data The screen block diagram of a main menu screen. The screen block diagram of the setting screen of a high speed handpiece (HS1). The screen block diagram of the setting screen of a low speed handpiece (LS1). The flowchart of the transmission process from a foot controller. The flowchart of the login process which the control means of a medical device performs. The flowchart of the medical treatment process which the control means of a medical device performs. The flowchart of the transfer process of foot controller setting data.

  An embodiment of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings.

  FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a configuration of a medical diagnostic apparatus 1. The medical diagnostic apparatus 1 includes a basin unit 3, an assistant hanger 2 connected to the basin unit 3 via a hanger arm 2 c, a medical chair 4, and a medical service connected to the medical base 6 of the medical chair 4. The apparatus tray unit 9 and the foot controller 5 arranged independently are configured. Among these, the basin unit 3, the medical chair 4, and the medical device tray unit 9 constitute a medical device 7.

  The assistant hanger 2 is a unit in which a three-way syringe (not shown) that discharges air or water and a Saraba ejector 2a and a vacuum syringe 2b that perform suction are removably stored. The Saraje ejector 2a, the vacuum syringe 2b, and the three-way syringe housed in the assistant hanger 2 are used by a dental practitioner or assistant, and are used for cleaning or suctioning the oral cavity.

The hanger arm 2 c is an arm that supports the assistant hanger 2. The hanger arm 2c can be bent and moved vertically and horizontally, so that the height and position of the assistant hanger 2 can be appropriately changed.
The basin unit 3 includes a nozzle 3b that discharges water for gargle, a cup placement portion 3c that places a cup, and a basin 3a that receives water after gargle.

  The medical chair 4 is a dental medical table that tilts the back sheet 4 b and raises and lowers the medical chair 4 by the operation of the practitioner, and has a medical base 6. The medical base 6 has a built-in lift drive means 44 (see FIG. 3) using hydraulic pressure or the like, and the medical chair 4 is supported by the lift drive means 44. The medical chair 4 is composed of a headrest 4a, a back sheet 4b, and a seat sheet 4c. The back seat 4b is attached to the seat seat 4c so as to be raised and lowered, and tilted by tilt drive means 45 (see FIG. 3) such as a hydraulic cylinder. The headrest 4a is attached to the back sheet 4b so as to be fixed or adjustable in distance and angle. The operations such as tilting, raising and lowering, and distance / angle adjustment are performed by operating the foot controller 5 or the touch panel monitor 8a of the medical device tray unit 9 by the operator or manually by the operator.

The medical base 6 is provided with a main power button 6a. When the main power button 6a is pressed by foot operation or the like, the main power is turned on.
The medical device tray unit 9 is mainly configured by a main body device 8, a display device 10, a plurality of instruments 16 (16 </ b> A to 16 </ b> E), and a holder 14 (14 </ b> A to 14 </ b> E) that holds the instrument 16.
The display device 10 is provided upright on the back side of the main device 8 and displays various operation screens, patient chart information, and the like.

  The main body device 8 is provided with a tray table 8c on the upper surface. The tray table 8c has a flat upper surface so that medicines, therapeutic instruments and the like can be placed thereon. A touch panel monitor 8a and operation buttons 8b are provided on the front surface of the tray table 8c. The operation status of the touch panel monitor 8a and the operation buttons 8b can be displayed on the display device 10. In addition, you may comprise the display apparatus 10 with a touchscreen monitor.

  A plurality of holders 14 (14A to 14E) are provided below the front surface of the tray table 8c. The holder 14 stores the instruments 16 (16A to 16E) one by one, and is provided with a sensor of instrument detection means 26 (see FIG. 3) for detecting the removal and storage of the instruments 16. ing. Thus, the practitioner can take out the instrument 16 to be used from the holder 14 and store it again in the holder 14 after use, and the sensor of the instrument detection means 26 can detect this removal and storage. .

  The instrument 16 accommodated in the holder 14 is connected to one end of each connection tube 18 (18A to 18E), and the other end of the connection tube 18 is provided on the lower surface of the tray table 8c. 8 is connected.

  The connected instruments 16A to 16E, the connecting tubes 18A to 18E, and the holders 14A to 14E have a one-to-one correspondence with each other as indicated by the alphabets A to E with the reference numerals in FIG. Therefore, the main body apparatus 8 handles each instrument 16A-16E, connection tube 18A-18E, and holder 14A-14E as a set.

  FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing an appearance of the foot controller 5. The foot controller 5 has one joystick 5a, four two-way switches 5b, and one foot pedal 5c, and is a foot operation unit that mainly accepts an operation input on the practitioner's foot.

  When any one of the operation units (joystick 5a to foot pedal 5c) is stepped on by the practitioner, an operation signal is wirelessly transmitted to the medical device tray unit 9. By operating these operation units, the medical medical device 1 performs various operations such as driving the instrument 16, switching ON / OFF the water injection of the instrument 16, raising and lowering the medical chair 4, and raising and lowering the back seat 4b. Execute.

  Any one of the joystick 5a, the four two-way switches 5b, and the foot pedal 5c may be a function changeover switch that switches functions by operating the other joysticks 5a, the four two-way switches 5b, and the foot pedal 5c. . In this case, the function to be operated by each operation unit (joystick 5a to foot pedal 5c) can be switched by operating the function selector switch. And when the function operated with this function changeover switch is switched, the operation content that can be executed after switching may be displayed on the display device 10 or the touch panel monitor 8a.

  The foot controller 5 is provided with a hook portion 5d that is held for carrying or hanging and is not operated when the foot controller 5 rolls (the joystick 5a to the foot pedal 5c). The hook portion 5d is provided with a connection terminal 56 for charging (see FIG. 3). Thus, when the foot controller 5 is connected to a medical device (not shown) provided in a medical treatment apparatus or a practitioner's waiting room, the connection terminal 56 of the foot controller 5 comes into contact with the connection terminal of the charging device. It can be energized and charged.

  FIG. 3 is a block diagram illustrating a configuration of the medical diagnostic apparatus 1. The medical medical device 1 is connected to a CAN / BUS line 20 and is provided with a medical chair 4, a foot controller 5, and a medical device tray unit 9.

The medical chair 4 is connected to the control means 42 and is provided with a storage means 41, wireless communication means 43 and 46, an elevating drive means 44, and an inclination drive means 45.
The storage means 41 stores various data and programs. This data includes user data 31 (see FIG. 4) and foot controller setting data 32 (see FIG. 4).

The control means 42 executes various control operations and arithmetic operations.
Each of the wireless communication units 43 and 46 is a device that wirelessly receives a signal transmitted from the wireless communication unit 51 of the foot controller 5. The wireless communication means 43 and 46 may be able to execute only reception, but in this embodiment, bidirectional communication is executed.

  Here, the wireless communication unit 43 and the wireless communication unit 46 receive signals at different frequencies. As a result, even if an interference radio wave or the like exists in one frequency band, wireless communication can be performed in the other frequency band, so that communication with the foot pedal 5 can be stabilized.

  The wireless communication means 43 and 46 can use an appropriate communication method such as Zigbee (registered trademark), Bluetooth (registered trademark), infrared, or ultrasonic. Among these, Zigbee (registered trademark) or Bluetooth (registered trademark) is preferable, and it is particularly preferable to use Zigbee (registered trademark).

The raising / lowering drive means 44 raises / lowers the medical chair 4 (refer FIG. 1) by hydraulic pressure etc. according to the control signal from the control means 42. FIG.
The tilt driving means 45 tilts the back sheet 4b by hydraulic pressure or the like in accordance with a control signal from the control means 42.

  The foot controller 5 is connected to the control means 52, and is provided with a wireless communication means 51, a notification means 53, a joystick 5a, a two-way switch 5b, and a foot pedal 5c. Further, power supply means 54 for supplying operating power to each unit is provided.

  The wireless communication unit 51 is a device that wirelessly communicates with the wireless communication units 43 and 46 of the medical chair 4. The wireless communication unit 51 may execute only transmission, but in this embodiment, bidirectional communication is performed. As the communication standard of the wireless communication means 51, the same communication standard as the wireless communication means 43 and 46 is used. Further, the wireless communication unit 51 can transmit signals at different frequencies. Accordingly, it is possible to perform wireless communication in frequency bands suitable for both the wireless communication unit 43 and the wireless communication unit 46. As a result, the cost is reduced by using one transmission side.

The control means 52 executes various control operations and arithmetic operations.
The notification means 53 performs appropriate notification by voice or alarm sound according to the control signal of the control means 52.

  The power supply means 54 is a rechargeable secondary battery and supplies operating power to each unit. The power supply means 54 is provided with a battery remaining amount detection means 54a. The remaining battery level detection unit 54 a detects the capacity stored in the power source unit 54, that is, the remaining battery level, and transmits the detected remaining battery level to the control unit 52.

  In addition, charging control means 55 is connected to the power supply means 54. When power for charging is supplied through the connection terminal 56, the charging control means 55 adjusts the power appropriately and supplies the power to the power supply means 54 for charging.

  The medical device tray unit 9 is connected to the control unit 24 and includes a drive unit 25, an instrument detection unit 26, a display device 10, and a pointing device 27.

The control means 24 executes various control operations and arithmetic operations.
The driving means 25 supplies a driving medium (air, water, electricity, etc.) necessary for the instrument 16 through the connection tube 18 (see FIG. 1).

  The instrument detection means 26 is composed of a sensor such as an optical sensor or a magnetic sensor, and detects the storage / removal of the instrument 16 with respect to the holder 14. The detected signal is transmitted to the control means 24.

The pointing device 27 is composed of an appropriate pointing device such as a mouse, a touch pad, or a pointing stick, and transmits input coordinate information to the control means 24.
A computer 22 is further connected to the control means 24 of the medical device 7, and a display device 10 is further connected to the computer 22. The computer 22 is not connected to the CAN / BUS line 20 but directly connected to the medical device tray unit 9. This makes it possible to use the convenience of the computer 22 while maintaining the reliability of each medical device using the CAN / BUS line 20.

4A shows a data configuration diagram of the user data 31, and FIG. 4B shows a data configuration diagram of the foot controller setting data 32. As shown in FIG.
User data 31 includes items of a user name and a setting data address. Thereby, the location where the setting data is stored is managed for each user (practitioner).

  The foot controller setting data 32 exists as much as the user (practitioner). The foot controller setting data 32 includes an instrument display unit 32a indicating the instrument 16 and an operation item setting unit 32b for setting operation items. The operation item setting unit 32b includes a joystick (up, down, left, right), two-way switch A (up, down), two-way switch B (up, down), two-way switch C (up, down), two-way It is configured to be able to be registered for each input item on the operation side such as a switch D (up and down) and a foot pedal (stepping amount increase, stepping amount decrease, stepping amount interlocking).

  Corresponding to the removal state of the instrument 16, operation items (operations and functions) to be executed when each operation-side input item is operated are registered in the operation item setting unit 32b. The registered operation items (operations and functions) include the following.

<Surgery operation settings (related to instrument driving)>
Lights on / off for handpieces, which are a type of instrument 16,
ON / OFF of water injection for handpieces, which are a kind of instrument 16,
Forward / reverse rotation of a micromotor such as a handpiece as a kind of instrument 16
Cup water supply for Basin unit 3,
Setting the number of rotations of a micromotor such as a handpiece that is a kind of instrument 16
Switching the range of a micromotor such as a handpiece, which is a kind of instrument 16,
Power adjustment of scaler etc., which is a kind of instrument 16,
Irradiation time setting for a photopolymerizer that is a kind of instrument 16,

<Operation settings for non-operative operation (not related to instrument driving)>
Ascending / descending medical chair 4
Standing / tilting of the back sheet 4b of the medical chair 4,
Surgical light ON / OFF / dimming,
Mode switching (treatment mode / resin mode)

  In this way, even if the same operation is performed on each operation portion (joystick 5a to foot pedal 5c) of the foot controller 5, depending on whether the instrument 16 is taken out or all the instruments 16 are stored. The operations performed in the medical chair 4 and the medical device tray unit 9 are different.

  Since the foot controller setting data 32 defined in detail can be registered for each user, the practitioner can freely register his / her favorite operation settings. If the personal foot controller setting data 32 is not registered, the default setting may be used.

  The foot controller setting data 32 configured as described above is registered in advance by a practitioner or the like. In this pre-registration, a plurality of operable functions are registered in advance, and the practitioner selects which function is to be operated according to the operation unit of each operation unit (joystick 5a to foot pedal 5c) from the registered functions. To be executed. Thus, if the practitioner registers the desired setting in advance and calls the setting at the time of medical care (in this embodiment, it is automatically called by login), the foot controller 5 is operated to set various operations that have been set. Control can be performed.

  FIG. 5 is a screen configuration diagram of a main menu screen 70 which is one of the medical screens displayed on the display device 10 or the touch panel monitor 8a.

  The main menu screen 70 is provided with an instrument selection button 71 (71A to 71E), a login user display unit 73, and a home button 75.

  The instrument selection buttons 71 (71A to 71E) are buttons for selecting one of the instruments 16 connected to the plurality of connection tubes 18. When pressed, the screen shifts to the setting screen (see FIGS. 6 and 7) for the instrument 16. In the illustrated example, two high-speed handpieces (HS2, HS1) using an air turbine and one low-speed handpiece (LS1) using a micromotor are displayed so as to be selectable.

  The login user display unit 73 displays the name of the logged-in user (practitioner). Thereby, it is possible to recognize at a glance which practitioner has customized the current display screen, the drive setting of the instrument 16, and the like.

  The home button 75 is a button for shifting to the main menu, and is displayed on the screen in a state where it cannot be selected because the current screen is the main menu.

  FIG. 6 is a screen configuration diagram of the setting screen 80A displayed when the instrument selection button 71 of the high-speed handpiece (HS1) shown in FIG. 5 is selected.

  The setting screen 80A includes a login user display unit 73, a water injection button 82, a light button 83, a variable / constant button 84, a home button 75, and the like.

  The water injection button 82 is a button that allows selection of ON / OFF of water injection. The initial state is the content stored in the “water injection” item in the setting data of the air turbine handpiece.

  The light button 83 is a button that allows selection of light ON / OFF. The initial state is the content stored in the “light” item in the setting data of the air turbine handpiece.

  The variable / constant button 84 is a button that allows selection / rejection of presence / absence (variable) / non-constant (constant) of reflecting the foot switch depression amount to the rotational speed. The initial state is the content stored in the “reflecting the foot switch depression amount to the rotational speed” item in the setting data of the air turbine handpiece.

  The home button 75 is a button for returning to the main menu screen 70 of FIG. 5 when selected.

  FIG. 7 is a screen configuration diagram of the setting screen 80B when a low-speed handpiece (LS1) using a micromotor is selected as the instrument 16.

  The setting screen 80B includes a login user display section 73, a chip air button 81, a water injection button 82, a light button 83, a variable / constant button 84, a speed range switching button 85, a rotation speed display section 86, and a set rotation speed display section 87. A rotation speed adjustment button 88 and a home button 75 are provided.

  The tip air button 81 is a button that allows selection of ON / OFF of tip air. The settings of the tip air button 81 and the water injection button 82 are associated with each other, and control is performed so that the water cannot be turned on when the tip air is turned off and the tip air cannot be turned off when the water is turned on.

  Since the water injection button 82, the light button 83, and the variable / constant button 84 are the same as the water injection button 82, the light button 83, and the variable / constant button 84 of FIG. 6 described above, detailed description thereof is omitted.

  The speed range switching button 85 is a button for allowing selection of the rotation speed range. For example, “UL” is ULTRA LOW (about 100 to 300 rpm, chip air OFF), “L” is LOW (about 100 to 3,000 rpm, chip air OFF), and “M” is MEDIUM (about 100 to 300 9,000 rpm, chip air ON), and “H” may be HIGH (about 100-40,000 rpm, chip air ON).

The rotation speed display unit 86 displays the current rotation speed of the micromotor.
The set rotation speed display section 87 displays the set maximum rotation speed.

  The rotation speed adjustment button 88 allows an operation to change the maximum rotation speed of the micromotor. As a result, it is possible to change the setting to increase or decrease the set maximum rotational speed little by little or greatly.

  With the setting screens 80A, 80B, etc., various instrument 16 settings can be made in detail.

  These setting screens 80 </ b> A and 80 </ b> B shown in FIGS. 6 and 7 are changed depending on which instrument 16 is removed from the holder 14. That is, when the instrument 16 is taken out from the holder 14, a setting screen 80 (80A, 80B) suitable for the instrument 16 is displayed. In each item of the setting screen 80, settings based on the foot controller setting data 32 customized and registered by the logged-in practitioner are applied. Therefore, if the practitioner takes out the instrument 16 from the holder 14, the practitioner can operate by operating the foot controller 5 with his / her optimum setting.

  Further, since the operations on the setting screens 80A and 80B can be executed by combining the operations of the foot controller 5, the touch panel monitor 8a, and the pointing device 27, they are easily operated without looking at the operation buttons 8b of the main unit 8. be able to. In addition, an operation emphasizing safety can be realized by multi-touch or the like.

FIG. 8 is a flowchart showing the operation executed by the control means 52 of the foot controller 5.
The control means 52 waits until it detects any operation of the operation unit (joystick 5a to foot pedal 5c) (step S1: No).

  When the operation input is detected (step S1: Yes), the control unit 52 executes signal transmission (step S2). This signal transmission is composed of an operation signal when the operation unit (joystick 5a to foot pedal 5c) is operated, and a battery remaining amount signal indicating the remaining amount of battery of the power supply means 54 (remaining amount of secondary battery). ing. The remaining battery level is detected by a remaining battery level detection unit 54a provided in the power source unit 54.

  The control means 52 stands by until a response signal is received from the wireless communication means 43 and 46 provided in the medical chair 4 (step S3: No). When a predetermined time elapses during the standby and the time is over (step S4: Yes), the control unit 52 notifies the error by the notification unit 53 (step S5) and ends the process. This error notification is made by an appropriate method such as a beep sound or voice guidance that “the signal is not received correctly. Please use the touch panel monitor 8a”.

  When the response signal is received (step S3: Yes), the control unit 52 determines that the normal operation is completed and ends the process.

FIG. 9 is a flowchart showing the operation of the login process executed by the control means 24 of the medical device 7.
The control means 24 executes an initial setting process at the time of activation (step S11), and waits until login (step S12: No).

When a log-in operation is performed by the practitioner (step S12: Yes), the control unit 24 performs user authentication using a password or the like (step S13).
When user authentication fails (step S14: No), the control means 24 notifies an error to the display apparatus 10 or the touch panel monitor 8a (step S15), and returns step S12 processing.

  If the user authentication is successful (step S14: Yes), the control unit 24 determines whether there is a personal setting (step S16). This determination is made by referring to the user data 31 stored in the storage means 41 of the medical chair 4 and determining whether or not the setting data address is registered for the logged-in user.

  When there is a personal setting (step S16: Yes), the control unit 24 changes the foot controller setting data 32 stored in the storage unit 41 of the medical chair 4 to the registered personal setting (step S17).

When there is no personal setting (step S16: No), the control means 24 adopts the default setting (step S18).
In this way, after adopting either the personal setting or the default setting, the control unit 24 displays the main menu screen 70 as the medical screen with the adopted setting (step S19), and starts the medical processing ( Step S20). On the medical treatment screen displayed at this time, the name of the practitioner who has logged in at step S13 is displayed on the log-in user display unit 73, and the practitioner's settings including the setting of the foot controller 5 are clearly indicated. To do.

FIG. 10 is a flowchart showing the operation of the medical processing executed by the control means 24 of the medical device 7.
The control means 24 detects whether or not the instrument 16 has been taken in / out of the holder 14 by the instrument detection means 26 (whether it has been picked up or stored) (step S21).

  When the removal / insertion is detected (step S21: Yes), the control unit 24 acquires correspondence information regarding the setting of the foot controller 5 (step S22). Here, when the pickups of a plurality of instruments 16 are detected, the correspondence information of the instrument 16 that detected the pickup last is acquired.

  And the control means 24 changes the screen displayed on the display apparatus 10 or the touch panel monitor 8a, and the setting which can be operated with the foot controller 5 (step S23), and sets the medical treatment screen (setting screen 80A, 80B) by the setting after a change. Display (step S24).

  The setting information that can be operated by the foot controller 5 includes information on how the operation unit (joystick 5a, two-direction switch 5b, foot pedal 5c) is operated and how the medical device tray unit 9 and the medical chair 4 operate. This is associated execution foot controller setting data.

  The execution foot controller setting data is the same as that corresponding to the instrument 16 taken out from the holder 14 in the foot controller setting data 32. For example, when a high-speed handpiece (air turbine) is taken out as the instrument 16, the setting of the air turbine handpiece shown in FIG. 4B is read and changed, and the setting screen 80A shown in FIG. Is displayed.

  When all the instruments 16 are stored in the holder 14, the foot controller setting data 32 is the same as that corresponding to “all instruments stored”. In this case, only operations not related to the instrument 16 such as raising / lowering of the medical chair 4 are possible.

  If it is not detected in step S21 that the instrument 16 is inserted or removed (step S21: No), the control unit 24 moves to step S25 and confirms that no signal is received from the foot controller 5.

  When no signal is received from the foot controller 5 (step S25: No), the control unit 24 accepts an operation input to the touch panel monitor 8a (step S26), and executes a process corresponding to the accepted operation input (step S27). . In this process, appropriate operations such as setting change and driving of the instrument 16, ON / OFF of the light, and raising / lowering of the medical chair 4 are performed.

  When a signal is received from the foot controller 5 (step S25: Yes), the control unit 24 transmits a response signal to the foot controller 5 by the wireless communication units 43 and 46 (step S28). This response signal is transmitted from both the wireless communication means 43 and 46. Thereby, the foot controller 5 can receive a response signal reliably.

  In step S25, if the signal from the foot controller 5 can be received only by a part of the wireless communication means 43, 46, a response signal is transmitted only from a part of the wireless communication means 43, 46 that has received the signal. Also good. In this case, the foot controller 5 confirms which wireless communication means 43, 46 has received a response depending on whether there is a response from all of the wireless communication means 43, 46 or some of the wireless communication means 43, 46. And notification to that effect.

  The control means 24 determines whether or not the signal reception in step S25 has been received by all the wireless communication means 43 and 46 (step S29). If there are wireless communication means 43 and 46 that cannot receive even a part (step S29: No), the control means 24 indicates that there are wireless communication means 43 and 46 that cannot be received. 10 or the like (step S30), and the process proceeds to the next step S31.

  If the signal reception in step S25 has been received by all the wireless communication means 43 and 46 (step S29: Yes), the control means 24 proceeds to the next step S31 as it is.

  Here, even if some of the wireless communication means 43 and 46 have a reception failure, if the other wireless communication means 43 and 46 can receive signals from the foot controller 5 normally, the reception failure is notified. Without proceeding to the next step S31.

  The control unit 24 acquires a setting process corresponding to the received signal (step S31). Here, the received signal includes an operation signal for operating the operation unit (joystick 5a to foot pedal 5c) of the foot controller 5. The operation assigned to the operation corresponding to the operation signal is acquired from the execution foot controller setting data after the change in step S23. As a result, it is possible to acquire an appropriate operation corresponding to the instrument 16 that is currently taken out (or a state in which all the instruments 16 are stored).

  The control unit 24 determines whether the battery capacity is sufficient, and if it is sufficient (step S32: Yes), executes the operation of the acquired setting process (step S33). Here, “battery capacity is sufficient” refers to the case where the current battery remaining amount is larger than the operation regulation amount predetermined as the battery remaining amount that requires operation regulation.

  If the battery capacity is insufficient (step S32: No), the control unit 24 maintains the current operation state (step S34), and notifies the battery shortage by the display device 10 or the like (step S35).

  For example, if the instrument 16 is being driven, the current operation state is maintained without being stopped even if the stop operation signal is received. Alternatively, if the instrument 16 is stopped, the drive operation signal is maintained. This is done by maintaining the state as it is, such as stopping without driving even if it is receiving. Thereby, it is possible to prevent the instrument 16 from stopping suddenly and hindering treatment.

  FIG. 11 shows a flowchart of processing for transferring and registering the foot controller setting data 32 registered in a certain medical device 7 (the illustrated medical device 7A) to another medical device 7 (the illustrated medical device 7B).

  The control unit 24 of the medical device 7A waits until the setting transfer operation is performed by the touch panel monitor 8a (step S41: No), and when the setting transfer operation is performed (step S42: Yes), it is currently logged in. The foot controller setting data 32 of the user (practitioner) is acquired from the storage means 41 of the medical chair 4 or the memory of the control means 24 (step S42).

  The control unit 24 transmits the acquired foot controller setting data 32 toward the medical device 7B to which the control unit 24 wants to transfer (step S43). At this time, a specific medical device 7B may be designated and transmitted, or may be transmitted to all communicable medical devices 7. The transmission method is executed by an appropriate device capable of communication such as wireless communication by the wireless communication means 43 and 46, or wired communication through the CAN / BUS line 20.

  The control unit 24 of another medical device 7B waits until setting data is received (step S44: No). When setting data is received (step S44: Yes), the foot controller setting data 32 is registered and stored. (Step S45).

  The control means 24 of the medical device 7B transmits a response transmission to the medical device 7A that is the transmission source (step S46).

  If there is a response from the medical device 7B within a predetermined time (step S47: Yes), the control unit 24 of the medical device 7A displays a normal end on the display device 10 or the touch panel monitor 8a (step S48). (Step S47: No), error information is displayed on the display device 10 or the touch panel monitor 8a (Step S49), and the process is terminated.

  With the above configuration and effect, wireless communication can be performed, so that the presence of a real line between the foot controller 5 and the medical device 7 can be eliminated. For this reason, there is no restriction on the foot, and it is possible to eliminate the restriction of the arrangement of the foot controller 5 by the code and the remainder of the code at the time of the foot operation.

  In addition, by changing the foot controller setting data 32, the setting of the content operated by the foot controller 5 can be arbitrarily changed.

  Further, since the wireless communication means 43 and 46 are provided as a plurality of receiving means, it is possible to prevent an operation signal from the foot controller 5 from being received due to a communication failure or the like and to realize a stable operation. In particular, since the wireless communication means 43 and 46 receive signals at different frequencies, wireless communication can be performed in the other frequency band even if there are jamming radio waves or the like in one frequency band.

  Further, since the foot controller 5 notifies the medical device 7 of the remaining battery level of the power source 54 detected by the remaining battery level detecting unit 54a, the foot controller 5 can notify the practitioner and the like that the remaining battery level is low. It is possible to charge or replace the power supply means 54 before it becomes impossible. Thereby, the stable movement of the operation control by the operation of the foot controller 5 can be realized.

  Further, when the remaining battery level is low, the drive control of the instrument 16 by the operation of the foot controller 5 is limited, so that the instrument 16 can be prevented from being unintentionally driven or stopped, and safety is improved. be able to.

  Moreover, since the power supply means 54 is a secondary battery and the connection terminal 56 is provided in the foot controller 5, it can charge easily even if the battery remaining of the power supply means 54 is insufficient.

  In addition, since the instrument detection means 26 of the holder 14 detects the insertion / removal of the instrument 16 and adopts an appropriate foot controller setting data 32 according to the detection, the practitioner does not have to switch manually. Appropriate operation control can be executed by operating the foot controller 5. Thereby, the smooth flow from the movement of the treatment chair 4 to the treatment can be realized, and the stress of the practitioner can be reduced.

  Further, since the executable operation items changed by the insertion and removal of the instrument 16 are displayed on the setting screen 80 of the display device 10 or the touch panel monitor 8a, the practitioner visually checks the items that can be operated with the foot controller 5 visually. Can be confirmed.

  In addition, since the practitioner can transfer the setting data customized and registered for himself / herself with one medical device 7A to another medical device 7B, the practitioner can perform medical treatment with the other medical device 7B in the same environment. it can.

  In addition, since the login user display unit 73 is provided on the main menu screen 70 and the setting screen 80 to display the logged-in practitioner, it is easy to determine which practitioner the medical apparatus 7 is operating for. It can be confirmed visually. Therefore, the practitioner can confirm whether or not the setting is for himself and operate the foot controller 5 or the like.

  In addition, the foot controller 5 can recognize that the wireless communication has failed if there is no response signal from the medical device 7 and also notify the fact so that it is prevented as much as possible from causing inconvenience to medical care due to the inability to wirelessly communicate. it can.

  In addition, since the foot controller setting data 32 registered in one medical device 7 can be transferred and registered to another medical device 7, the practitioner can share the operation contents of the foot controller 5 in different medical devices 7, and the same. It can be used conveniently in the environment.

  Further, the setting screen 80 can display the login user display unit 73 related to the medical operation using the instrument 16 and the computer operation on one screen, and thus can be used conveniently.

  In addition, since the foot controller setting data 32 can be registered by selecting from a plurality of pre-registered operation items, the foot controller setting data 32 can be customized with a simple operation.

  Further, since the operation items and operation contents of the instrument 16 by the operation of the foot controller 5 are stored in the storage means 41 (in the medical chair 4) of the medical device 7, an operation signal transmitted from the foot controller 5 is transmitted. It can be a simple signal such as ON / OFF of a switch.

  The foot pedal 5c of the foot controller 5 is configured to enable drive control according to the depression amount, but may be configured to transmit only an ON / OFF signal. In this case, drive control can be performed more easily.

In correspondence between the configuration of the present invention and the above-described embodiment,
The display device of the present invention corresponds to the display device 10 or the touch panel monitor 8a of the embodiment,
Similarly,
The drive limiting means corresponds to the control means 24 that executes step S34,
The holder detection means corresponds to the instrument detection means 26,
The setting data corresponds to the foot controller setting data 32,
The medical device-side wireless communication means and the plurality of receiving means correspond to the wireless communication means 43 and 46,
The bidirectional communication means corresponds to the communication section with the wireless communication means 43, 46 or the CAN / BUS line 20,
Other drive means correspond to the lift drive means 44 and the tilt drive means 45,
The controller-side wireless communication means corresponds to the wireless communication means 51,
The battery capacity notification means corresponds to the notification means 53,
The secondary battery corresponds to the power supply means 54,
The power supply terminal for charging corresponds to the connection terminal 56,
The current state display means corresponds to the login user display unit 73,
The setting data transmission process corresponds to step S43,
The setting data reception process corresponds to step S44.
Battery capacity information corresponds to the battery level,
The present invention is not limited only to the configuration of the above-described embodiment, and many embodiments can be obtained.

  This invention is a medical treatment for connecting a wide variety of instruments via a connection tube used in otolaryngology, obstetrics and gynecology, urology, ophthalmology, as well as dental medical devices such as dental units. Can be used in the device.

  DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Medical medical device, 5 ... Foot controller, 7 ... Medical device, 8a ... Touch panel monitor, 10 ... Display device, 14 ... Holder, 16 ... Instrument, 24 ... Control means, 25 ... Drive means, 26 ... In Instrument detection means 32 ... Foot controller setting data 41 ... Storage means 43, 46 ... Wireless communication means 44 ... Lifting drive means 45 ... Inclination drive means 51 ... Wireless communication means 53 ... Notification means 54 ... Power supply means 54a ... Battery remaining amount detection means, 56 ... Connection terminal, 73 ... Login user display section

Claims (8)

  1. A medical medical device comprising a medical device used for medical treatment and a foot controller that transmits an operation signal input to the practitioner to the medical device,
    The foot controller
    Battery remaining amount detecting means for detecting the remaining battery level of the power supply means constituted by a battery, and controller-side wireless communication means for wirelessly transmitting the operation signal inputted and the remaining battery level,
    The medical device is
    A medical device-side wireless communication means for wirelessly receiving the operation signal transmitted from the controller-side wireless communication means;
    Storage means for storing setting data in which operation items of the medical device are associated with the operation signals;
    Battery capacity notifying means for notifying battery capacity information when the remaining battery level received by the medical device side wireless means is less than or equal to a predetermined amount;
    Instruments used for treatment,
    Driving means for applying a driving force to the instrument;
    When the battery capacity is equal to or less than a predetermined operation regulation amount, if the instrument is being driven, the drive means is restricted from being stopped by the operation signal of the foot controller so as to continue the drive. Or, if the instrument is stopped, a medical medical device provided with a drive restricting means for restricting the drive of the drive means by the operation signal of the foot controller so as to maintain the stopped state.
  2. The medical device side wireless communication means includes:
    2. The medical diagnosis apparatus according to claim 1, comprising a plurality of receiving means for one controller-side wireless communication means.
  3. The power supply means is composed of a rechargeable secondary battery,
    The foot controller
    The medical medical device according to claim 1, further comprising a charging power supply terminal used for charging the secondary battery.
  4. The setting data is composed of data related to operation settings for treatment related to the driving of the driving means of the instrument used for the treatment, and data related to operation settings for operation outside the operation related to other drive means not related to the instrument,
    The medical device is
    A holder for taking in and out the instrument;
    A holder detection means for detecting the insertion and removal of the instrument to and from the holder,
    When the removal of the instrument is detected, when the operation signal of the foot controller is received, the driving of the instrument driving means according to the data related to the operation setting for the operation is permitted,
    When it is detected that all the instruments are stored in the holder, when the operation signal of the foot controller is received, the driving of the other driving means according to the data related to the operation setting for the non-operative operation is permitted. The medical examination apparatus according to any one of claims 1 to 3, which has a configuration.
  5. The medical treatment apparatus according to claim 4, further comprising a display device that displays operation items that can be executed based on the setting data in a state after the instrument is inserted and removed.
  6. The medical device side wireless communication means includes:
    A setting data transmission process for transmitting the setting data to another medical device;
    A bidirectional communication means capable of executing a setting data receiving process for receiving the setting data from another medical device;
    The medical device according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein when the setting data is received from another medical medical device by the medical device-side wireless communication unit, the setting data stored in the storage unit is registered. Medical equipment.
  7. The storage means is configured to store a plurality of setting data different for each practitioner,
    The medical treatment according to any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein the medical device includes a current state display means for displaying which operator the setting data currently employed is belonging to. apparatus.
  8. An operation control method for a medical medical device for operating and controlling a medical medical device including a medical device used for medical care and a foot controller that transmits an operation signal input to the practitioner to the medical device,
    The foot controller
    Battery remaining amount detecting means for detecting the remaining battery level of the power supply means constituted by a battery, and controller-side wireless communication means for wirelessly transmitting the operation signal inputted and the remaining battery level,
    The medical device is
    A medical device-side wireless communication means for wirelessly receiving the operation signal transmitted from the controller-side wireless communication means;
    Storage means for storing setting data in which operation items of the medical device are associated with the operation signals;
    Battery capacity notifying means for notifying battery capacity information when the remaining battery level received by the medical device side wireless means is less than or equal to a predetermined amount;
    Instruments used for treatment,
    Driving means for applying a driving force to the instrument;
    Drive limiting means for limiting the driving of the driving means by an operation signal of the foot controller,
    When receiving the operation signal input by the foot controller, the medical device executes the operation of the operation item corresponding to the operation signal stored in the setting data,
    When the battery capacity is equal to or less than a predetermined operation regulation amount , if the instrument is being driven, the drive means is restricted from being stopped by the operation signal of the foot controller so as to continue the drive. Or, if the instrument is stopped , the operation control method of the medical medical device restricts the driving of the driving means by the operation signal of the foot controller so as to maintain the stopped state .
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