JP5543166B2 - Drug adhesion tool set and drug extrusion device - Google Patents

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JP5543166B2
JP5543166B2 JP2009228987A JP2009228987A JP5543166B2 JP 5543166 B2 JP5543166 B2 JP 5543166B2 JP 2009228987 A JP2009228987 A JP 2009228987A JP 2009228987 A JP2009228987 A JP 2009228987A JP 5543166 B2 JP5543166 B2 JP 5543166B2
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  The present invention relates to a drug adhering tool set and a drug extruding device for adhering a gel-like drug having actions such as cleaning, sterilization, and fragrance to an adherend surface such as a wall surface.

  For the purpose of fragrance, deodorization, cleaning, etc. of flush toilets, store solid or liquid fragrances / deodorants and cleaning agents in containers, and gradually release the chemicals into the cleaning water by contact with the cleaning water. A wide variety of leading instruments are used.

  On the other hand, in a flush toilet (toilet bowl, urinal), wash basin, bathroom, shower room, automatic dishwasher, living room, etc. The drug component diffuses, and effects such as cleaning and sterilization of the wall surface and imparting fragrance to the room can be obtained. According to this, it is not necessary to install a container for gradual release of the medicine.

  In order to obtain this effect, it is necessary to attach an appropriate amount of the gel-like drug to the adherend surface based on its adhesiveness, and several devices for that purpose have been proposed.

  For example, the device described in Patent Document 1 is a device in which a cylinder having a discharge port at one end is filled with a plurality of gelled drugs, and a tappet having a piston connected to the tip is inserted from the other end of the cylinder. By grasping the cylinder and pushing the tappet for a necessary distance, the medicine for one time is discharged from the discharge port and attached to the adherend surface on the tip side.

  The instrument described in Patent Document 2 is for storing a plurality of doses in a cylinder having a discharge port at one end, and inserting a plunger from the other end. The plunger includes a cylindrical outer sleeve surrounding the cylinder, a cylinder The inner pressing portion is inserted into the cylinder, and a cover portion (shroud) surrounding the discharge port is provided at the tip of the cylinder. In use, the plunger is pushed into the cylinder by a predetermined distance with the cover part pressed against the wall surface. The cylinder and the inner pressing portion are provided with index means that are engaged at a predetermined pushing distance and perceived by the user with response and sound, and the amount defined by the index means when the plunger is pushed by hand. The medicine can be discharged in units of.

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  However, these instruments have a structure in which a plurality of doses of medicine are accommodated in a cylinder, and the piston or plunger is pushed in stepwise to discharge one dose at a time.

  Therefore, in the instrument of Patent Document 1, it is necessary for the user to determine the pushing distance and perform the pushing operation, and an appropriate amount of discharge may not be obtained due to carelessness. Further, in the instrument of Patent Document 2, if the index means does not respond accurately to the response or sound when it is pushed in, or if the pushing speed is not appropriate and the index function does not work, an appropriate amount of discharge cannot be obtained. Sometimes.

  Furthermore, the medicine stored in the cylinder is left in the cylinder for a period until it is used up. As a result, in the case of a volatile medicine, the volatile component decreases with time and the medicinal effect is lowered. Produce.

  Accordingly, the present invention provides a drug adhering device set and a drug extruding device that can reliably discharge an appropriate amount and that do not cause a problem of reduced drug efficacy due to a decrease in volatile components even in the case of a volatile drug. With the goal.

In order to achieve the above object, the present invention can open a drug extruding device including a cylinder having a drug discharge section at one end and a pusher moved along the cylinder, and a gel drug. A medicine adhering tool set including a medicine-filled container that is sealed in the cylinder, wherein the pusher is inserted into the cylinder with a tip portion directed toward the discharge portion, and the cylinder coupled to the shaft portion. An operating portion for pushing outward, and the cylinder is brought into contact with an insertion port for inserting the medicine-containing container into a pressing position by the pushing tool and a surface to which the medicine is to be adhered. And a discharge part for discharging the medicine pushed out of the medicine-filled container by the pressing force. The holding part holds the medicine-containing container against the pressing force by the pusher. It has an outlet and a front Container body medicated container has an opening which is openable sealed, the end walls in a position facing the opening, Bei give a raised annular rib on the side away from the opening, and the annular The ribs are formed with recesses with a reduced raised height of the annular rib spaced in the circumferential direction, and the tip of the shaft portion is fitted to the raised annular rib on the end wall of the container body. Thus, the present invention provides a drug adhering tool set comprising a convex center portion and a surrounding concave portion.

  According to the drug attachment tool set according to the present invention, the container containing the drug is inserted from the insertion port of the cylinder of the drug extruding instrument, and the pressing tool By pushing the operating portion, the gel-like medicine pushed out from the medicine-containing container is discharged through the discharge port and adheres to the adherend surface. When the drug extruding device is pulled away from the adherend surface, a state in which the gel-like drug adheres to the adherend surface is obtained.

  The amount of the drug that adheres to the adherend surface is determined by the amount of the drug enclosed in the container body, so that when a general user uses it, it is possible to reliably discharge an appropriate amount, and the user's carelessness. It is possible to prevent an excess or deficiency of the adhesion amount due to the above. And since the chemical | medical agent is enclosed with the container main body, even in the case of a volatile chemical | medical agent, volatilization of a volatile component can be prevented and the medicinal effect can be maintained over a long period of time until it uses it.

The container body of the medicine-containing container has an opening that is sealed so as to be openable, and an end wall at a position opposite to the opening includes an annular rib that protrudes away from the opening. The tip of the part has a convex center part and a concave part around it so as to fit into the raised annular rib on the end wall of the container body. The annular rib is formed with a recess having a reduced raised height of the annular rib at intervals in the circumferential direction. Therefore, when the medicine is pushed out from the medicine-containing container by the pusher, the convex center part at the tip part of the shaft part and the surrounding concave part are fitted into the raised annular rib of the container body end wall. This prevents the container body from being displaced from or disengaged from the shaft during the drug extrusion, and the drug can be reliably pushed out. Further, the annular rib is formed in the raised portion on the annular rib of the end wall of the container main body of the medicine-containing container at a circumferentially spaced interval by reducing the raised height of the annular rib. Strength and shape retention are increased based on the concavo-convex structure with the concave portions. Based on this, the annular rib descends while transmitting the pressing force to the side wall, and the side wall is deformed while generating wrinkles, and is crushed almost annularly into an overlapping state. Therefore, by pressing the central part of the end wall of the container body, the central part can be pushed down below the height of the deformed side wall. Thereby, the amount of the contents remaining in the container after the deformation becomes very small, and efficient discharge becomes possible.

  The drug attachment tool set may have a frustum shape in which a side wall connecting the peripheral edge on the opening side of the container body of the drug container and the end wall has a diameter reduced toward the end wall. By doing so, the medicine-containing container inserted into the discharge portion of the cylinder with the opening portion directed toward the discharge port is deformed as follows when pressed by the shaft portion. That is, since the diameter of the frustum-shaped side wall gradually increases in the pushing direction, as the annular rib descends, the side wall of the side wall is mainly deformed toward the inside of the larger diameter portion. Therefore, by pressing the central portion of the end wall, the central portion can be pushed down below the height of the deformed side wall. Thereby, the amount of the contents remaining in the container after the deformation becomes very small, and efficient discharge becomes possible.

  In the medicine adhering tool set, the container body of the medicine container may include a flange that extends in a direction along the surface of the opening and surrounds the opening. By doing so, the medicine-filled container inserted into the discharge part of the cylinder with the opening part facing the discharge port can receive a pressing force on the wide surface of the flange when pressed by the shaft part. When crushing, the container body is firmly supported. As a result, the container main body can be more reliably prevented from shifting or coming off from the pressing direction, and the drug can be pushed out more reliably.

  Thus, according to the present invention, a drug adhering device set and a drug extruding device that can reliably discharge an appropriate amount and do not cause a problem of a decrease in drug efficacy due to a decrease in volatile components even in the case of a volatile drug. Can be provided.

It is a perspective view which shows the chemical | medical agent attachment tool set which concerns on one Embodiment of this invention, and shows the chemical | medical agent extrusion instrument, the instrument stand, and chemical | medical agent container which are the component. It is a perspective view which shows the cylinder of the chemical | medical agent extrusion instrument shown in FIG. 1, an instrument stand, and the container containing a chemical | medical agent before insertion. It is a perspective view which shows the state which inserted the container containing a chemical | medical agent into the cylinder of the chemical | medical agent extrusion instrument shown in FIG. It is a perspective view of the pushing tool in the medicine extrusion instrument shown in Drawing 1, and (b) shows the position rotated about 180 degrees about the axis to (a). It is a longitudinal cross-sectional view of the pressing tool shown in FIG. It is a perspective view which shows the bottom part of the container with a chemical | medical agent used for the chemical | medical agent attachment tool set shown in FIG. It is a longitudinal cross-sectional view centering on the holding | maintenance part in the chemical | medical agent extrusion instrument shown in FIG. It is a perspective view which shows the use condition of the chemical | medical agent attachment tool set shown in FIG. It is a perspective view which shows the chemical | medical agent attachment tool set which concerns on other embodiment of this invention, (a) is a perspective view which shows the cylinder and chemical | medical agent container of the chemical | medical agent extrusion instrument which are the components, (b) is a chemical | medical agent container. FIG. 7 is a perspective view of the medicine seen from another angle, and FIG. 8C is a perspective view showing the state in which the container containing the medicine of FIG. It is a perspective view which shows the chemical | medical agent attachment tool set which concerns on other embodiment of this invention. It is a perspective view shown in the state which decomposed | disassembled the chemical | medical agent attachment tool set shown in FIG. It is a perspective view which shows the cylinder and chemical | medical agent container of the chemical | medical agent extrusion instrument in the chemical | medical agent adhesion tool set which concerns on other embodiment of this invention. It is a perspective view which shows the chemical | medical agent extrusion instrument in the chemical | medical agent attachment tool set shown in FIG. It is a figure which shows the cross section which follows the CC line of the chemical | medical agent extrusion instrument of FIG. It is a perspective view which shows the example of the container containing the chemical | medical agent used for the chemical | medical agent attachment tool set which concerns on other embodiment of this invention, and the chemical | medical agent attachment tool set. The drug attachment device set according to still another embodiment of the present invention relates to another form of the drug-containing container used for the drug attachment device set, (a) is a perspective view, (b) is a longitudinal sectional view. It is. It is a longitudinal cross-sectional view which shows the pressing condition of the container with a chemical | medical agent of another form. It is a longitudinal cross-sectional view which shows the press condition of the container with a chemical | medical agent by the chemical | medical agent attachment tool set shown in FIG. It is a longitudinal cross-sectional view which shows the pushing tool about the chemical | medical agent adhesion tool set which concerns on other embodiment of this invention. It is a longitudinal cross-sectional view which shows the press condition of the container containing a chemical | medical agent by the pushing tool shown in FIG. It is a longitudinal cross-sectional view which shows the press condition of the front-end | tip part of the pushing tool, and a chemical | medical agent containing container about the chemical | medical agent attachment tool set which concerns on other embodiment of this invention. It is a perspective view which shows an example of the use condition of the chemical | medical agent extrusion instrument shown in FIG.

Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings. The same or similar parts in the drawings are denoted by the same reference numerals and description thereof is partially omitted.
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  FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a drug adhering device set according to an embodiment of the present invention, and shows a drug extruding tool 1, a tool stand 3, and a drug-containing container 4 as its constituent elements. The drug adhering tool set according to this embodiment is suitably used for adhering a gel drug to the inner surface of a flush toilet that receives a water flow.

  The drug extruding device 1 of the drug adhering tool set includes a cylinder 10 having an opening 11 at one end and a drug discharge unit 12 at the other end, and a pusher 20 moved along the cylinder. ing. Since the medicine extruding device is used with the discharge part directed toward the adherend surface of the medicine, the posture changes depending on the orientation of the adherend surface, but in the following embodiments, there is an opening unless otherwise specified. Description will be made with the side as the upper side and the side with the discharge section as the lower side.

  FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing the cylinder 10 and the medicine container 4 in a state before insertion, and FIG. 3 is a perspective view showing a state in which the medicine container 4 is inserted into the cylinder 10. 4 and 5 show the pressing tool 20, FIG. 4 is two perspective views with different viewing directions, and FIG. 5 is a longitudinal sectional view.

  As shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the cylinder 10 includes a cylindrical barrel portion 15; an insertion port 13 provided in the barrel portion for inserting the medicine-containing container 4 into the cylinder 10; And an abutting portion 14 that abuts on a surface to which the medicine is to be adhered.

  The discharge part 12 includes a holding part 121 formed by a partition wall extending in the radial direction at the bottom of the body part 15 and a discharge port 122 provided as a through hole in the partition wall.

  The body portion 15 is provided with a protrusion 151 projecting radially outward, and the body portion 15 is elastically provided by a slit 152 extending downward from the vicinity of the upper end portion of the protrusion 151 through the vicinity of both side portions. A strip-shaped support piece 153 is formed which is deformed into a rectangular shape.

  As shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, the pusher 20 includes a shaft portion 21 that extends in a rod shape and has a substantially flat pressing surface 210, and an end projecting radially outward on the base end side of the shaft portion. A wall 23 and an operation portion 22 extending from the end wall 23 along the shaft portion 21 toward the distal end side of the shaft portion are provided. The operation portion 22 has a cylindrical shape having an inner diameter larger than the outer diameter of the cylinder 10, and becomes a sheath portion that covers the cylinder 10 when used, and is gripped by hand to push the pusher 20. A flange 221 projecting radially outward is provided at the lower end of the operation unit 22.

  Further, a window 25 extending in the vertical direction is formed in the axial center of the operation unit 22, and elongated slits 222 and 223 extending upward from the lower end are formed in the operation unit 22 at positions opposed to the radial direction. ing. The slits 222 and 223 are provided so as to receive blades 155 and 165 and a tab 18 of the cylinder 10 described later.

  In the assembled state shown in FIG. 1, the drug extruding instrument 1 has the shaft portion 21 of the pusher 20 inserted through the opening 11 of the cylinder 10, and the body portion 15 is located between the shaft portion 21 and the operation portion 22. The operation part 22 is in a state of covering the body part 15 in a sheath shape. In this state, the protrusion 151 of the trunk portion 15 protrudes from the window 25 of the operation portion 22, and the moving range of the protrusion 151 is determined by the vertical length of the window 25, thereby determining the pushing range of the operation portion 22.

  The container 4 with a medicine is a container in which a gel-like medicine is placed in a cup-shaped container body 40 and the open end of the container body 40 is sealed with a surface member 50 so as to be opened. The container body 40 has a frustoconical side wall 42 that is reduced in diameter downward, an end wall 43 that closes the bottom of the side wall, and an outer edge of the side wall 42 radially outward from the open end. And a flange 41 extending in a direction along the opening surface. A part of the flange 41 is a knob 44 that extends in the radial direction and has a V-shape.

  The frustum-shaped container body 40 has a diameter that gradually increases in the direction of pressing by the shaft portion 21. Therefore, when the container is pressed, the side wall portion on the end wall 43 side is deformed to the inside of the larger diameter portion. As a result, the gap inside the side wall after deformation becomes small, and the amount of the remaining contents can be made small. From this point, the frustum shape of the side wall 42 can have an inclination angle of 3 to 15 degrees with respect to the normal of the surface of the opening of the container body. When the tilt angle is smaller than 3 degrees, the certainty of obtaining such deformation is lowered. When the inclination angle is greater than 15 degrees, the side wall is deformed inward, but the gap inside the side wall after deformation becomes large, and the amount of the remaining contents increases. From this viewpoint, in this embodiment, the inclination angle is 6 degrees.

  The container body 40 can be formed of polyethylene terephthalate, polypropylene, polyethylene or the like. The face member 50 is formed of a laminate of polyethylene terephthalate / aluminum / nylon / easy peel sealant or the like, and is joined to the flange 41 so as to be peelable. Here, the easy peel sealant is a mixture of polyethylene, polypropylene, or the like, and may be any one that exhibits easy peeling performance with respect to the container. This joining can be performed by adhesion with an adhesive, heat fusion, or the like.

  As shown in FIG. 6, the end wall 43 of the container main body 40 has a central portion 431 positioned parallel to the surface of the opening end of the container main body 40, and below the central portion 431 (side away from the opening end surface). And an annular rib 432 extending along the outer peripheral edge of the end wall 43. The annular rib 432 is formed with eight recesses 433 with a raised height reduced at equal intervals in the circumferential direction of the bottom.

  The distal end portion of the shaft portion 21 of the pressing tool 20 includes a central convex portion 211 and a concave portion 212 around the central convex portion 211 so as to be fitted to the central portion 431 of the container body 40 and the stepped portion of the annular rib 432. The flat surface 211 forms the pressing surface 210.

  The holding part 121 in the discharge part 12 of the cylinder 10 includes a flat receiving surface 121 a so as to support the flange 41 of the container body 40. In this embodiment, the discharge port 122 is formed as a discharge port 122 a that determines the cross-sectional shape of the drug pushed out from the drug-containing container, and opens to the holding unit 121 with a smaller diameter than the opening of the container body 40. . Since the shape of the discharge port 122a determines the cross-sectional shape of the gel-like drug to be discharged, it is desirable to determine the shape and dimensions in consideration of the medicinal effect, aesthetics, force received from the washing water, and the like.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 7, the holding portion 121 includes an overhanging portion 125 that protrudes horizontally outward in the radial direction near the lower end of the body portion 15 and then bends and extends downward. An inner surface of the overhanging portion 125 forms a proximity surface 121b extending along the receiving surface 121a with a gap upward from the receiving surface 121a. Further, the receiving surface 121a and the proximity surface 121b form a holding groove 121c that receives the flange 41 of the medicine container 4.

  The insertion opening 13 of the cylinder 10 is formed by cutting the body portion 15 in the circumferential direction at approximately 180 degrees, the lower end is the height of the receiving surface 121a of the holding portion 121, and the upper end is slightly higher than the container 4 with the medicine. In position. The cylinder 10 is provided with a door portion 16 that can open and close the insertion port 13. The door portion 16 has a shape that covers the insertion port 13 so as to form one cylindrical shape together with the body portion 15 when closed, and is coupled to the body portion 15 by a hinge 17 as described below. . A wing piece 155 extending radially outward is formed at the side edge of the insertion port 13 in the trunk portion 15, and a wing piece 165 having the same shape is also formed at the side edge portion on the fixed side of the door portion 16. Has been. The hinge 17 is formed of a thin portion that couples the two wing pieces 155 and 165, extends in parallel to the axis of the cylinder 10, and couples the door portion 16 in a rotatable manner.

  A tab 18 is provided on the side edge on the distal end side (the side far from the hinge 17) of the door portion 16 so as to face outward in the radial direction when the door portion 16 is closed. The tab 18 has a size that can be pinched with a finger when the door portion 16 is opened and closed.

  The contact portion 14 includes four leg portions 141 that are spaced apart from each other so as to extend downward (discharge side) from the outer peripheral edge of the partition wall that forms the holding portion 121. Each of the leg parts 141 is tapered from the upper part to the lower part, and the narrow part is more easily bent.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the instrument stand 3 includes a short cylindrical side wall 31, a bottom wall 32 that closes the bottom, and a knob 33 that protrudes radially outward from the outer peripheral surface of the side wall 31. The bottom wall 32 bulges at the center and forms a groove 34 between the peripheral edge and the side wall 31. The groove 34 is provided with dimensions corresponding to the four leg portions 141 of the cylinder 10. Therefore, when not in use, the medicine extruding device 1 can be stably placed on the device stand 3 by fitting the leg portion 141 of the cylinder 10 into the groove 34 as shown in FIG.

  As the gel-like drug used for the container containing the drug, various drugs having a sustained-release effect of the drug in which the drug substance is supported on the gel substance can be used. For example, a basic formulation is based on a mixture of a viscous water-soluble polymer (hydroxypropylcellulose, etc.) having a water dissolution retarding action, water, and a solvent. A fungal component, a bleaching component, a bactericidal component, a cleaning component, a repellent and the like can be added, and if necessary, a fragrance, a pigment, and a surfactant can be added.

  This drug attachment tool set is used as follows. When the cylinder 10 and the pusher 20 are separated from each other, first, as shown in FIG. 1, the two are combined, and the protrusion 151 protrudes from the window 25. Prior to use, the drug extruding instrument 1 is erected on the instrument stand 3. At the time of use, the knob portion 33 of the instrument stand 3 is pressed or held with a finger, and the drug extruding instrument 1 is grasped and removed from the instrument stand 3. Then, the pusher 20 of the drug extruding tool 1 is raised with respect to the cylinder 10. At this time, the protrusion 151 comes into contact with the lower edge of the window 25 and the rise is restricted.

  Next, as shown in FIG. 2, the door 18 is opened by pinching the tab 18. The container 4 with the medicine is in a state where the surface member 50 is peeled off from the container body 40. Then, the medicine container 4 is inserted into the insertion port 13. The insertion is performed by pinching the knob 44 of the medicine-containing container 4 so as to enter the holding groove 121c with the flange 41 down and the end wall 43 up.

  Next, as shown in FIG. 3, the door part 16 is closed. Then, as shown in FIG. 8, the operation unit 22 is grasped with the hand H, the contact portion 14 is applied to the inner surface F of the bowl of the toilet bowl, and the operation unit 22 is pressed strongly toward the inner surface F. As a result, the pusher 20 slides relative to the cylinder 10, the protrusion 151 comes into contact with the upper end of the window 25, and the sliding stops. Along with this slide, the pressing surface 210 at the tip of the shaft portion 21 presses the central portion 431 of the medicine-containing container 4. As a result, the container body 40 is crushed and the medicine is released from the container body 40 and discharged through the discharge port 122a. The discharged medicine P adheres to the bowl inner surface F as shown in FIG.

  Next, when the medicine extruding device 1 is pulled away from the bowl, the medicine P remains in a state of adhering to the bowl inner surface F. After this, the operation part 22 is pulled up with respect to the cylinder 10, the door part 16 is opened, the knob 44 of the container body 40 is pinched, taken out from the insertion port 13, and the container body 40 may be discarded.

  Since this operation part 22 is formed as a sheath part which accommodates the trunk | drum 15 of the cylinder 10, this medicine extrusion instrument 1 is compact as a whole, and smooth sliding operation is possible. Since the holding portion 121 is formed with a holding groove 121c between the receiving surface 121a and the proximity surface 121b so as to receive the flange 41 of the medicine-containing container 4, the medicine-containing container 4 is also pressed during the pressing operation by the pusher 20. Is stably held by the holding portion 121, and the drug is effectively released with a small remaining amount.

  When the medicine container 4 is crushed, the flange 41 is held by the receiving surface 121a, and the side wall 42 is bent, so that the end wall 43 moves toward the flange 41 and the crushing proceeds. As described above, since the crushing is performed with a simple deformation, the remaining space is small, and the drug is only slightly left in the container body 40, and most of the drug is released.

  FIG. 17 shows the situation in which the drug-containing container 4 is crushed step by step. (A) is a state before pressing by the extrusion device, (b) is in the middle of pressing, and (c) is a state after the pressing is completed. As shown in the figure, after the crushing of the medicine-containing container 4 is completed, almost no hollow portion is formed inside the deformed side wall 42, and only a very small gap remains. Therefore, the contents remaining in the container are negligible, and efficient discharge is performed. This is because the strength of the annular rib 432 is high, so that the lower side of the annular rib 432 in the side wall 42 is mainly deformed, and is almost crushed in an annular shape. This is because the central portion 431 of the end wall 43 is pushed down below the height of the crushed side wall 42.

  In particular, since the frustum shape of the side wall 42 of the container body 40 is inclined by 6 degrees with respect to the normal to the surface of the opening of the container body 40, the side wall 42 has a portion on the end wall 43 side, It is deformed to the inside of the portion having a larger diameter and is crushed substantially in an annular shape. In order to obtain this effect, the inclination of the side wall 42 is desirably 3 to 15 degrees as described above.

  Moreover, in this embodiment, since the recessed part 433 is provided in the annular rib 432, the intensity | strength and shape retention property of the annular rib 432 are high based on an uneven structure. In addition, since the recesses 433 are provided at eight positions on the annular rib 432 at equal intervals, the deformation of the side wall 42 is reliably performed without causing a large deviation. Thereby, the effective discharge | emission of the chemical | medical agent in the container main body 40 is performed reliably. The arrangement density of the recesses 433 in the annular rib 432 is determined so as to enhance the strength and shape retention of the annular rib 432. As described above, the density is desirably 1 to 2 per 10 mm in the circumferential direction of the peripheral edge of the end wall 43. Therefore, in the case of the size of the medicine container 4 of this embodiment, it is desirable to provide it at 6 to 12 locations.

  In addition, the tip portion of the shaft portion 21 includes a central convex portion 211 that fits in the central portion 431 of the end wall 43 of the container body 40 and the step portion of the annular rib 432, and a concave portion 212 around the central convex portion 211. Deviation between the shaft portion 21 and the container main body 40 during pressing is prevented, thereby ensuring effective drug release. Furthermore, since the flat surface of the convex portion 211 at the tip of the shaft portion 21 forms the pressing surface 210, the pressing is performed in a stable contact state with respect to the central portion 431 of the container body 40, thereby further releasing the medicine. To be effective.

  In addition, depending on the shape of the medicine container, crushing is performed in a different manner. In the drug-containing container 4 ′ shown in a longitudinal section in FIG. 18, the annular rib 432 of the end wall 43 extends in a contoured manner in the circumferential direction. FIG. 18 shows stepwise deformation states when pressed in the same usage situation as described above, (a) before pressing with an extrusion device, (b) during pressing, (c) after pressing completed. Indicates the state.

  If this medicine container 4 ′ is pressed by the pressing surface 210 of the shaft portion 21 that contacts the central portion 431 of the end wall 43 lower than the annular rib 432, the annular rib 432 causes the pressing force to be evenly applied to the side wall 42. Decline while telling. Since the annular rib 432 extends in a continuous and smooth shape at an equal height in the circumferential direction, the side wall portion continuous to the annular rib 432 is pulled downward. Since the diameter of the side wall 42 is gradually increased in the pushing direction, as the annular rib 432 is lowered, the side wall 42 is deformed so that the small diameter side is folded back to the inside of the larger diameter portion. Thereby, the clearance gap which arises inside a side wall after a deformation | transformation becomes smaller, and the residual amount of the content decreases. Thus, efficient discharge can be performed.

  In the above description, in order to facilitate understanding, the deformation of the medicine container by the pressing of the pusher 20 is shown in a typical mode. In practice, the deformation shown above (see FIGS. 17 and 18). The deformation shown may be mixed. The same applies to the following description regarding the deformation of the container.

  Since the discharge port 122a of the holding unit 121 is opened to the holding unit 121 with a smaller diameter than the opening of the container body 40, the amount of drug attached to the discharge port 122a when the drug is released from the drug-containing container 4 Can be reduced. The size and shape of the discharge port 122a are determined according to the shape and the like of the drug-containing container 4, but it is desirable that the discharge port 122a be at least smaller than the inner diameter of the cylinder in order to reduce the amount of drug attached to the discharge port 122a. In this embodiment, the wall thickness of the peripheral part of the discharge port 122a in the partition wall of the holding part 121 is reduced. Thus, by reducing the thickness of the discharge port forming portion, it is possible to reduce the amount of the drug attached to the discharge port. This thinning of the wall thickness may be performed around the discharge port in the partition wall or may be performed on the entire partition wall. Further, the degree of thinness can be made thinner than the side wall of the body portion 15 of the cylinder 10, for example.

Furthermore, the contact part 14 has the following effect. FIG. 22 shows a state in which the medicine extruding device 1 is applied to the inner surface F of the bowl. It is assumed that a force for inclining the cylinder 10 in the direction of the arrow K is applied when the pushing tool is pushed in this state. In that case, if the contact part 14 has a highly rigid structure, the leg part 141a on the opposite side to the tilting direction is lifted, resulting in an extremely unstable state. However, in the drug extruding device 1 according to this embodiment, since the contact portion 14 includes legs that are spaced from each other at a position surrounding the discharge port 122, the drug extruding device together with the pressing force is used. Even if a tilting force is applied, it can bend elastically to some extent. In the illustrated example, the leg 141c is bent radially outward of the cylinder 10 from the one-dot chain line state to the solid line state, so that the other leg portions do not float from the bowl inner surface F, and Allow tilt.
Particularly in this embodiment, the leg portion extends outward from the position surrounding the discharge port 122 in the holding portion 121 in the cylinder radial direction and is tapered toward the drug discharge side. Accordingly, the tip end portion of the tapered leg portion is easily bent with appropriate elasticity, and can be brought into more stable contact with the adherend surface.

Thus, according to the medicine extruding instrument 1, the contact portion 14 can be stably brought into contact with the adherend surface, and a pressing operation for attaching the medicine can be reliably performed. This advantage is particularly effective when the adherend surface is a curved surface like the bowl of the toilet shown in the drawing. In this embodiment, four leg portions are provided at equal intervals in the circumferential direction of the holding portion 121, but may be three or five or more. However, in order to obtain good stability during the pushing operation, it is desirable that the number is 3 to 6.

(Second embodiment)

  FIG. 19 is a longitudinal sectional view showing a pressing tool 20G for a medicine adhering tool set according to another embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 20 is a longitudinal sectional view showing a pressing state of a medicine-containing container by the pressing tool 20G. FIG.

  The shaft portion 21G of the pressing tool 20G is not formed with the convex portion 211 and the concave portion 212 like the tip portion of the shaft portion 21 in the previous embodiment, and the shaft portion 21G has a larger diameter as a whole and is near the tip portion. Then, the diameter is gradually increased from the front end surface to the base end side. The diameter-enlarging shape has an arc shape that protrudes radially outward in the longitudinal section, and the tip end surface 213 has a diameter slightly smaller than the peripheral edge of the end wall 43 of the container body 40. In particular, in this embodiment, the end wall 43 of the container body 40 includes an annular rib 432 that is raised from the central portion 431, so that the distal end surface of the shaft portion 21 </ b> G has a diameter that fits inside the annular rib 432. Has been. The other form in this embodiment is the same as 1st embodiment.

  In this embodiment, if the drug-containing container 4 ′ shown in FIG. 18 (a) is inserted and pressed, the crushing is performed as shown in FIG. 20, and its basic form is shown in FIG. Approximate crushing situation. That is, as shown in FIG. 20 (a), when the tip of the shaft portion 21G approaches the end wall 43 of the container body 40 and further descends, the tip fits into the raised annular rib 432 of the end wall 43. . The front end surface 213 serves as the pressing surface 210 and presses the central portion 431 of the end wall 43. As the push-in progresses, as shown in FIG. 20 (b), the side wall 42 of the container body 40 is deformed so as to be folded back inward in the radial direction. Then, in the final stage of the crushing, as shown in FIG. 20 (c), the part located on the radially outer side and the part located on the inner side of the deformed side wall 42 are brought into a close state. Moreover, the side wall 42 is less likely to wrinkle due to the deformation that proceeds while being bent inward.

In particular, in this embodiment, since the vicinity of the tip of the shaft portion 21G has an arc shape in the longitudinal section and has a shape expanded in diameter, it is close to the diameter of the side wall portion that is bent as the container body 40 is crushed. The shaft diameter portion comes into contact with or approaches the side wall 42 of the container body 40. That is, as the crushing progresses, the bent portion of the container main body 40 moves to the opening end side and expands its diameter. At the same time, the shaft diameter portion that contacts or approaches the side wall 42 is shown in FIG. And d0 of (b) and d2 of (c). As a result, the radially outer portion and the inner portion of the deformed side wall 42 are in close proximity, and the amount of the drug remaining in the container main body 40 after crushing becomes smaller.

(Third embodiment)

  FIG. 21: is a longitudinal cross-sectional view which shows the pressing condition of the chemical | medical agent containing container by the pressing tool 20H while showing centering on the front-end | tip part of the pressing tool 20H about the chemical | medical agent attachment tool set which concerns on other embodiment of this invention. .

  The shaft portion 21H of the pressing tool 20H has the characteristics of the shaft portion 21 of the first embodiment and the shaft portion 21G of the second embodiment. That is, a convex portion 211H and a concave portion 212H similar to those in the first embodiment are formed at the distal end portion of the shaft portion 21H. The shaft portion 21H has a larger diameter as a whole, and the vicinity of the distal end portion is the base portion. The diameter is gradually increased toward the end. In this embodiment, the diameter of the shaft 21H starts from the base end of the recess 212H at the tip. The diameter-enlarging shape of the shaft portion 21H and the diameter of the tip surface are the same as those in the second embodiment.

In this embodiment, if the medicine container 4 ′ having the form shown in FIG. 18 (a) is inserted and pressed, the medicine container 4 ′ is crushed as shown in FIG. The form is a crushing situation combining the example of FIG. 18 in the first embodiment and that of the second embodiment. That is, when the push-in proceeds from the approaching state of the shaft portion 21H and the container main body 40 shown in FIG. 21 (a), the final stage shown in FIG. 21 (c) is reached through the intermediate stage of FIG. 21 (b). In this embodiment, the tip portion of the shaft portion 21H is a convex portion 211H and a concave portion 212H and is fitted into the annular rib 432 of the container body 40, thereby preventing the container body from being displaced or detached. Further, as the push-in shifts to the opening end side, the bent portion of the container main body 40 shifts to a side wall portion having a larger diameter. At the same time, the shaft diameter portion that contacts or approaches the side wall 42 is shown in FIG. It expands to d0 in a), d1 in (b), and d2 in (c). As a result, the radially outer portion and the inner portion of the deformed side wall 42 are in close proximity to each other, and the amount of drug remaining in the container body 40 after crushing is extremely small.
(Fourth embodiment)

  FIG. 9 is a perspective view showing another embodiment of the drug adhering device set according to the present invention, and shows a cylinder 10A of a drug extruding instrument and a drug-containing container 4A as its constituent elements. In this embodiment and still other embodiments described below, the pusher 20 and the instrument stand 3 can be the same as those in the first embodiment, and thus the description and illustration thereof are omitted.

  The basic structure of this embodiment is the same as that of the first embodiment as shown in FIG. 9 (a). The difference is the structure related to the discharge of the medicine container 4A and the discharge part 12A. That is, as shown in FIG. 9B, a discharge opening 51 is formed in the surface member 50A of the medicine-containing container 4A, and the seal member 52 is sealed so that it can be opened. The discharge opening 51 is sized and shaped so as to exhibit the same function as the discharge port 122a in the first embodiment.

  The surface member 50A is made to be somewhat rigid so as to have a shape-retaining property that enables discharge from the discharge opening 51 against the pressing force received from the shaft portion 21, and the flange 41 is made of adhesive. It can be formed by joining by bonding or heat fusion, forming integrally with the side wall 42 or the flange 41, or by fitting or engaging so as to resist the pressing force by the shaft portion 21. As the material, polyethylene, polypropylene, or the like can be used. Specifically, the surface member 50A is preferably provided on the container 4A by injection molding using polyethylene, polypropylene, or the like by fitting, bonding, heat fusion, or the like. The seal member 52 seals the discharge opening 51 and can be easily peeled off with fingers. For example, the seal member 52 is formed of a film such as a polyethylene terephthalate / aluminum / nylon / easy peel sealant laminate.

  When the container body 40 and the surface member 50A are joined by adhesion or heat fusion, the joining strength between the surface member 50A and the seal member 52 is made weaker than the joining strength, and the surface when the seal member 52 is peeled off. The member 50A is prevented from peeling off.

  The discharge port 123 of the discharge unit 12A is disposed outside the discharge opening 51 of the container body 40 when the container 4A containing the medicine is inserted from the insertion port 13 with the opening end facing the holding unit 121. It is set as the magnitude | size in which the periphery of is located. However, the discharge port 123 has such a size that the holding of the flange 41 by the receiving surface 121a is not impaired.

  When using this medicine adhering tool set, as shown in FIG. 9 (c), the seal member 52 of the medicine-containing container 4A is peeled off from the face member 50A, and the flange 41 is turned down on the receiving surface 121a of the holding portion 121. Put on. Others are the same as in the case of the first embodiment.

  In this embodiment, as the container main body 40 is crushed by the pressing force from the pusher 20, the gel-like medicine is pushed out from the discharge opening 51 of the medicine-containing container 4A into a predetermined cross-sectional shape and held. The discharge is performed through the discharge port 123 of the part 121. Since the discharge port 123 is sized such that the periphery of the discharge port 123 is positioned outside the discharge opening 51 of the drug-containing container 4 inserted into the holding unit 121, the discharge port 123 is discharged when the drug is discharged. It does not adhere to the edge of 123 or becomes very small even if it adheres, which is advantageous for keeping the drug extruding device clean.

  The discharge opening can also be provided in the container body of the medicine container. FIG. 16 shows an example of a medicine-containing container 4F in which a discharge opening 47F is provided on the end wall 43F of the container body 40F. The container body 40F has a cup shape, and includes a truncated cone-shaped side wall 42F that is reduced in diameter when the open end 46F is turned up, and an end wall 43F that closes the bottom of the side wall. The open end 46F is covered with the surface member 50F, and the peripheral edge portion 501 of the surface member 50F is joined from the inner surface near the upper end of the side wall 42F to the outer surface. The end wall 43F is flat, and a discharge opening 47F is formed in the end wall 43F so that the seal member 52F can be opened. The size and shape of the discharge opening 47F are determined so as to exhibit the same function as the discharge port 122a in the first embodiment.

  The seal member 52F includes a knob 521 extending toward one end so that it can be gripped with a finger during peeling. The container body 40F, the face member 50F, and the seal member 52F can be formed of the same material as described above, and the face member 50F and the seal member 52F can be formed by bonding with an adhesive, heat sealing, or the like. It can be joined to the main body 40F. The joining of the sealing member 52F is made strong enough to be peeled off with fingers.

This medicine container 4F can also be used in the same manner as described in the embodiment of FIG. Therefore, by setting the discharge port 123 of the drug extruding device to a size such that the periphery of the discharge port 123 is positioned outside the discharge opening 47F of the drug-containing container 4F inserted into the holding unit 121, the drug is discharged. At this time, it does not adhere to the edge of the discharge port 123, or even if it adheres, the amount becomes very small, and the effect that it is advantageous to keep the drug extruding device clean is obtained.
(Fifth embodiment)

  10 and 11 are perspective views showing still another embodiment of the drug adhering device set according to the present invention, and show a drug extruding device 1B and a drug-containing container 4B as its constituent elements. In addition, the instrument stand 3 can use the same thing as 1st embodiment.

  Also in this embodiment, the basic structure in which the medicine extruding device 1B of the medicine adhering tool set includes the cylinder 10B and the pressing tool 20B is the same as that of the first embodiment, and therefore the following description will focus on the differences. To do.

  The cylinder 10B of the drug extruding instrument 1B is generally cylindrical, and the opening 11 (FIG. 11) at the upper end serves as an insertion port 13B for inserting the drug-containing container 4B. This insertion port 13B replaces the insertion port 13 with the door part 16 shown in 1st embodiment. A window 157 that is elongated in the vertical direction is formed in the central portion in the axial direction of the body portion 15B of the cylinder 10B. Further, two guide ridges 158 extending in the axial direction are provided on the inner surface of the body portion 15B at intervals in the circumferential direction. Since the cylinder 10B is not provided with an insertion port in the body portion 15B, the cylinder 10B is integrally coupled to the partition wall of the contact portion 14 over the entire circumference. The structure of the discharge part 12 and the contact part 14 is the same as that of the first embodiment.

  The pressing tool 20B is the same as that of the first embodiment in that the pressing tool 20B has a shaft portion 21B having a bar shape and a lower end portion (an end portion on the discharge portion 12 side) being a substantially flat pressing surface 210. However, in this embodiment, the operation part 22B of the pressing tool 20B is in the form of an extension extending coaxially with the shaft part 21B from the upper end part of the shaft part 21B upward (opposite to the discharge part 12). .

  The shaft portion 21B has a cylindrical shape having an outer diameter that fits loosely into the cylinder 10B, and a longitudinal groove 225 extending in the axial direction is formed on the inner peripheral surface so as to engage with the protrusion 158 of the cylinder 10B. Yes. As in the first embodiment, the distal end portion (lower end portion) of the shaft portion 21B includes a central convex portion 211 and a peripheral concave portion 212 so as to be fitted to the step portion at the bottom of the container body 40B. The flat surface of the convex portion 211 forms the pressing surface 210. A projection 226 projecting radially outward is provided on the side wall of the shaft portion 21B, and a strip that is elastically deformed by a slit 227 that extends upward from the vicinity of the lower end of the projection 226 through the vicinity of both sides. A shaped support piece 228 is formed.

  The operation portion 22B has a rod shape with substantially the same diameter as the shaft portion 21B, and has a length suitable for being gripped by hand.

  As shown in FIG. 11, a medicine-filled container 4B used for the medicine extrusion device 1B is a container in which a gel-like medicine is placed in a cup-shaped container body 40B and the open end of the container body is sealed with a surface member 50B so that it can be opened. It is. The container main body 40B is the same as the container main body 40 of the first embodiment except that the width of the flange 41 is reduced and the knob portion of the surface member is removed, from the open end toward the bottom (upward in the figure). ) A frustoconical side wall 42 having a reduced diameter, and an end wall 43 that closes the bottom of the side wall. The surface member 50B includes a flat surface portion 56 that closes the opening end of the container main body 40B, and a side surface portion 57 that is bent from the periphery of the flat surface portion 56 along the side wall 42 of the container main body 40B and extends in a belt shape in the container circumferential direction. The side surface portion 57 is joined to the side surface of the container main body 40B. Similarly to the surface member of the first embodiment, this surface member 50B is formed of a laminated body of polyethylene terephthalate / aluminum / nylon / easy peel sealant, and the bonding to the container body 40B is performed by bonding with adhesive or heat fusion. It can be done by wearing.

  Since the method of using this drug adhering tool set is basically the same as that of the first embodiment, the differences will be mainly described. First, as shown in FIG. 11, the cylinder 10B and the pusher 20B are separated from each other, and the medicine-containing container 4B is inserted from the opening 11 of the cylinder 10B. The container 4B containing the medicine is in a state where the surface member 50B has been peeled off from the container main body 40B in advance, and the opening of the container main body 40B is inserted downward (opening 11) to reach the receiving surface 121a of the discharge unit 12. . This insertion can be performed by dropping the drug-containing container 4B from the opening 11 or holding the drug-containing container 4B with an elongated holding member.

  Next, as shown in FIG. This is because the projection 226 of the pusher 20B in the separated state of FIG. This is done by inserting the pusher 20B into the inside. When inserted to some extent, the protrusion 226 fits into the window 157, and the insertion is stopped there. Thus, the pressing surface 210 of the pressing tool 20B reaches a position slightly above the medicine-containing container 4B.

  And the operation part 22B is grasped by hand, the contact part 14 is applied to the inner surface of the bowl of the toilet bowl, and the operation part 22B is strongly pressed. As a result, the pusher 20B slides relative to the cylinder 10B, and the protrusion 226 comes into contact with the lower end of the window 157 to stop the sliding. Along with this sliding, the pressing surface 210 at the tip of the shaft portion 21B presses the end wall 43 of the medicine container 4B. The crushing of the container body 40B due to this pressing and the discharge of the medicine accompanying this are performed in the same manner as in the first embodiment, and the discharged medicine adheres to the inner surface of the bowl. When the medicine extruding device 1B is pulled away from the bowl, the medicine remains in a state of being attached to the inner surface of the bowl.

Thereafter, the operating portion 22B is pulled up with respect to the cylinder 10B, and the pusher 20B is pulled out from the cylinder 10B in a state where the protrusion 226 is pushed into the window 157. And the container main body 40B after discharging | emitting a chemical | medical agent is taken out from the opening part 11. FIG. This extraction can be performed by dropping the container body 40B with the opening 11 of the cylinder 10B facing downward. Alternatively, when the convex portion 211 at the tip of the shaft portion 21B is fitted into the deformed end wall 43 (particularly the annular rib 432) of the container body 40B, it can be taken out from the cylinder 10B together with the withdrawal of the pusher 20B. .
(Sixth embodiment)

  12 and 13 are perspective views showing another embodiment of the medicine adhering tool set according to the present invention. FIG. 12 shows the cylinder 10C and the container 4 with medicine, and FIG. 13 shows the cylinder 10C and the pressing tool 20C. Show. The basic structure of this embodiment is the same as that of the first embodiment, and the difference is the structure of the door part covering the insertion port of the cylinder and the structure of the part related thereto. Explained.

  The drug extruding device 1C of the drug adhering tool set has a structure that opens and closes the insertion port 13 when a door portion 16C provided in the cylinder 10C slides in the axial direction of the cylinder 10C. The door portion 16C has a size that can cover the insertion port 13 in the lowered position, and includes a same-diameter portion 161 having the same radius of curvature as the trunk portion 15C of the cylinder 10C, and a lower portion of the door portion 16C near the lower end of the trunk portion 15C. An enlarged-diameter portion 162 is provided so as to be continuous with the overhang portion 125 in the circumferential direction. The trunk portion above the insertion port 13 is an immersion portion 154 that is recessed inward in the radial direction so that the door portion 16C can rise to a height at which the insertion port 13 is opened. Engagement grooves 159 are formed in the edge portions extending in the cylinder axis direction of the insertion port 13 and the immersion portion 154 so that the inner surface side is small.

  FIG. 14 shows a part of a cross section (horizontal cross section) along the line CC in FIG. As shown in this figure, both side edges of the door portion 16 </ b> C are convex edges 163 whose inner surface side slightly protrudes in the circumferential direction, and are engaged with the engagement grooves 159. In order to engage the door portion 16C separated from the cylinder 10C in this manner, the convex edges 163 on both sides are inserted into the engaging grooves 159 in a state where the door portion 16C is elastically deformed so as to reduce the curvature radius of the door portion 16C. do it. Thereby, the door portion 16C is guided by the engagement groove 159 and can slide in the axial direction of the cylinder 10C.

  As shown in FIG. 13, the pressing tool 20 </ b> C has an overall shape similar to that of the first embodiment, but is not provided with the slits 222 and 223 in the first embodiment, and is a continuous surface. ing.

  When using this medicine extruding instrument 1C, the push tool 20C shown in FIG. 13 is combined so as to cover the cylinder 10C, and the protrusion 151 is engaged with the window 25. Next, as shown in FIG. 12, the door portion 16C is raised, the medicine-containing container 4 is inserted into the insertion port 13, and the door portion 16C is lowered (state of FIG. 13). The same diameter portion 161 of the door portion 16C is provided with a concave portion 164 that serves as a finger locking portion when the door portion 16C is moved up and down.

  A notch portion 162a for projecting the knob 44 of the medicine-containing container 4 from the inside of the cylinder 10C is provided at the lower portion of the enlarged diameter portion 162 of the door portion 16C. Therefore, as shown in FIG. 13, the door portion 16 </ b> C can be lowered until it is in contact with the receiving surface 121 a without being blocked by the knob 44.

After being prepared in this way, as described in the first embodiment, an operation such as strongly pressing the operation portion 22C of the pressing tool 20C may be performed in a state where the contact portion 14 is applied to the adherend surface.
(Seventh embodiment)

  FIG. 15 shows still another embodiment of the drug adhering device set according to the present invention, and uses the illustrated container containing the drug. In 1st embodiment, in the case of use, after peeling the surface member 50, it became the specification that the container 4 containing a chemical | medical agent was set | placed on the holding | maintenance part 121. FIG. In the embodiment shown in FIG. 15, the surface member is placed on the holding portion while being joined to the container body 40, and is opened by increasing the internal pressure in the container when the pressing force by the pressing tool is applied. It has become.

  The drug-containing container 4D shown in FIG. 15 (a) is sealed so that the gel-like drug can be opened by the face member 50D. Placed in. A dashed line in FIG. 15 (a) shows a state in which the opening member 53 is formed by being pressed by the pressing tool, and the surface member 50D of the medicine-containing container 4D is broken by the increase in the container internal pressure. In order to enable this breakage, the surface member 50D has a low strength. For this purpose, it is possible to adopt means such as reducing the thickness of the surface member 50D or using a material with low strength.

  Further, a low-strength portion 54 that can be easily torn can be formed in the face member 50E, as in a container 4E containing a medicine shown in FIG. 15 (b). The low-strength portion 54 can be formed, for example, by reducing the thickness of the portion, or by providing a slit or a cut so that the contents can be sealed.

  In order to protect the surface member that is easily broken, a protective sheet can be attached to the outer surface. In this case, after the protective sheet is peeled off, the medicine container is placed on the holding unit 121.

  The medicine container placed on the holding part 121 and opened by receiving the pressing force from the pusher 20 releases the medicine from the opening, and the released medicine is discharged in the same manner as described in the first embodiment. It is discharged from the outlet 122a.

  As mentioned above, although embodiment of this invention was described, this invention is not limited to these, A various change is possible unless it deviates from the meaning. For example, the following modifications can be made in the above-described embodiment, and these modifications can be applied to other embodiments as long as the function is not impaired.

  The door portion covering the insertion port 13 can be opened and closed by making it attachable to and detachable from the cylinder, in addition to being pivotally attached by a hinge and slidable in the axial direction of the cylinder. Good. In addition, when the container 4 with the medicine does not fall out of the insertion port 13, the door portion 16 can be omitted.

  In addition to four, the number of leg portions 141 of the contact portion 14 may be two to three or five or more. Moreover, the contact part 14 can also be formed by the continuous wall surrounding the discharge port 122, and the front-end | tip shape of an surrounding wall can also be made to match the to-be-adhered surface.

  The cross-sectional shapes of the cylinder 10 and the pusher 20 can be various shapes such as a triangle, a quadrilateral and other polygons, and an oval shape in addition to a circle.

  The container main body 40 of the medicine-containing container 4 covers the flange 41 of the opening with the surface member 50, and is entirely spherical, oval, cubic, rectangular parallelepiped, cylindrical, polygonal column, truncated cone, It can also be in the shape of a truncated pyramid. In these cases, the holding portion 121 can omit the proximity surface 121b and the holding groove 121c for receiving the flange 41.

  Like the container 4D containing a medicine shown in FIG. 15 (a), the internal pressure in the container increases when the pressing member acts on the holding member while the face member is joined to the container body. The specification of being opened by can also be applied to the medicine-containing container 4B shown in FIG.

  If the medicine adhering tool set according to the present invention is used, in addition to the flush toilet shown in the embodiment, in places where it comes into contact with running water or stagnant water such as a wash basin, a bathroom (bathtub / washing area), a shower room, an automatic dishwasher, etc. By attaching the drug, the drug can be contained in water. Moreover, medicinal effects such as fragrance and deodorization can be obtained by attaching a drug to a location in an air atmosphere such as a living room, closet, clog box and the like.

1, 1B, 1C Drug extruding device 3 Device stand 4, 4 ', 4A, 4B, 4D, 4E, 4F Drug-containing containers 10, 10A, 10B, 10C Cylinder 11 Opening portion 12, 12A Discharge portion 13, 13B Insertion port 14 Contact part 15, 15B, 15C Body part 16, 16C Door part 17 Hinge 20, 20B, 20C Pusher 21, 21B Shaft part 22, 22B, 22C Operation part 40, 40B Container body 41 Flange 43 End wall 50, 50A, 50B, 50D, 50E Surface member 121 Holding portion 121a Receiving surface 121b Proximal surface 121c Holding groove 122, 123 Discharge port 122a Discharge port 141 Leg portion 210 Pressing surface 211 Protruding portion 212 Recessing portion 221 Flange 431 Central portion 432 Annular rib 433 Recessing portion F Bowl Inside H Hand P Drug

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  1. A drug extruding device having a cylinder having a drug discharging portion at one end, a pusher moved along the cylinder, and a drug adhering container having a drug-filled container in which a gel-like drug is sealed so that it can be opened A tool set,
    The pusher includes a shaft portion that is inserted into the cylinder with a tip portion directed toward the discharge portion, and a push-in operation portion that is coupled to the shaft portion and extends out of the cylinder,
    The cylinder includes an insertion port for inserting the medicine-containing container into a pressing position by the pressing tool, and an abutting portion that comes into contact with an adherend surface to which the medicine is to be adhered,
    The discharge unit includes a holding unit that holds the drug-containing container against the pressing force of the pressing tool, and a discharge port for discharging the drug pushed out from the drug-containing container by the pressing force. And
    The container body of the medicated container has an opening which is openable sealed, the end walls in a position facing the opening, Bei give a raised annular rib on the side away from the opening, and, the The annular rib has recesses formed by reducing the raised height of the annular rib at intervals in the circumferential direction .
    The tip portion of the shaft portion includes a convex central portion and a concave portion around the convex portion so as to be fitted to the raised annular rib on the end wall of the container body. .
  2.   The side wall that connects the peripheral edge on the opening side in the container body of the medicine-containing container and the end wall has a frustum shape that decreases in diameter toward the end wall. Drug attachment tool set.
  3.  The container main body of the said container containing a medicine is provided with the flange which extends in the direction along the surface of the said opening part, and surrounds the periphery of this opening part side, The medicine attachment tool set of Claim 1 or 2 characterized by the above-mentioned. .
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