JP5844055B2 - Counting device, display device used therefor, and injection device with counting function provided with counting device - Google Patents

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JP5844055B2
JP5844055B2 JP2011048266A JP2011048266A JP5844055B2 JP 5844055 B2 JP5844055 B2 JP 5844055B2 JP 2011048266 A JP2011048266 A JP 2011048266A JP 2011048266 A JP2011048266 A JP 2011048266A JP 5844055 B2 JP5844055 B2 JP 5844055B2
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  The present invention relates to a counting device for a chemical liquid injector.

  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, there is known an injection device that fills a predetermined amount of a chemical solution discharged from a chemical solution discharge device and derives the predetermined amount of a chemical solution according to a patient's operation.

  For example, the assembly described in Patent Document 1 includes a liquid source supply means for supplying a liquid source under pressure and a bolus dose device for providing a limited bolus dose of liquid. The bolus dose device has a dose reservoir that can be filled with liquid from the liquid source supply means, and the dose reservoir can discharge its contents by being compressed.

Japanese translation of PCT publication No. 03-505538

  The predetermined filling amount defined in the injection device (the bolus dosage device described in Patent Document 1) is set to a filling amount that can achieve the expected effect.

  Therefore, in order to reliably obtain the expected effect, in recent years, in the state where the filling amount from the chemical solution discharge device is less than the predetermined filling amount, the derivation of the chemical solution is regulated even if operated by the patient. Infusion devices have been developed.

  However, when this type of injection device is used, there is a problem that it is difficult for a medical staff to manage a patient. Specifically, when the injection device is used, the number of operations by the patient and the number of injections of the chemical solution do not necessarily match, and therefore the amount of injection of the chemical solution to the patient can be grasped simply by managing the number of operations of the injection device. I can't.

  An object of the present invention is to reliably obtain information necessary for managing the injection amount of a chemical solution to a patient.

In order to solve the above problems, the present invention includes a filling container capable of filling a predetermined amount of a chemical solution, and a derivation operation unit that receives an operation for deriving the chemical solution from the filling container. The derivation operation unit is operated in a state where a predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled to derive the chemical solution in the filling container, while the derivation operation is performed in a state where the filling vessel is filled with the chemical solution less than the predetermined amount. A counting device that counts the number of times of injection of a chemical solution by the injection device and that can be attached to an injection device that restricts the extraction of the chemical solution even when the unit is operated, and detects whether or not the extraction operation unit has been operated When the operation of the derivation operation unit is detected by the operation detection unit, a filling amount detection unit for detecting whether or not the predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled in the filling container, and the operation detection unit, By the filling amount detection unit Based on the detection result includes a whether a determination unit or the operation detection unit detected operation by are derived operation for deriving a chemical, and a counting storage unit for storing the number of the derived operating, The counting storage unit, when the determination unit determines that the operation detected by the operation detection unit is an empty operation that is an operation other than the derivation operation, The determination unit determines that the operation within the specified period is a single operation when the operation of the derivation operation unit by the operation detection unit is detected a plurality of times within the specified period. An injection device counting device is provided.

  According to the present invention, the operation detection unit and the filling amount detection unit can detect whether or not the derivation operation unit is operated in a state where a predetermined amount of the chemical solution is injected into the filling container, and the derivation operation can be performed. The number of times can be stored in the count storage unit. Therefore, it is possible to reliably obtain the number of derivation operations necessary for managing the injection amount of the chemical solution.

In addition, according to the present invention, it is possible to obtain the number of idle operations, that is, the number of operations of the derivation operation unit in which the chemical liquid is not derived as a result. Thereby, the frequency | count that the patient needed the chemical | medical solution (when a chemical | medical solution is an anesthetic, the number of times a patient felt pain) can be grasped | ascertained reliably. Therefore, it becomes possible to manage a patient's condition more reliably.

Furthermore, according to the present invention, it is determined that a plurality of operations within a specified period are one operation. Thereby, for example, when the necessity of the chemical solution is urged (for example, when the chemical solution is an anesthetic, the pain becomes severe), when the derivation operation unit is operated several times, the operations are substantially performed. It can be counted as one operation.

In addition, the injection device is usually configured such that the drug solution is not led out more than the predetermined amount even if operated multiple times in a short period of time. Specifically, in order to limit the discharge frequency of the chemical solution, the filling container is filled with a predetermined amount of the chemical solution over a certain period of time (so-called lockout time). Therefore, even if a plurality of operations are performed within a period shorter than the lockout time, the chemical solution is not injected beyond the predetermined injection amount. Therefore, it is desirable to consider that the plurality of operations within the specified period are substantially one operation even from the viewpoint of the specifications of the injection device.

Therefore, according to this invention, the frequency | count of injection | pouring of a chemical | medical solution can be counted correctly.

  In the counting device, it is preferable that the filling amount detection unit detects a change in the volume of the filling container accompanying the filling of the chemical solution.

  In this aspect, it is possible to detect whether or not a predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled using the volume change of the filling container.

  In the counting device, the determination unit detects an operation of the derivation operation unit by the operation detection unit in a state where the filling amount detection unit determines that a predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled, and Determining that the operation detected by the operation detection unit is the derivation operation when the filling amount detection unit determines that the filling amount of the chemical liquid is not the predetermined amount after detecting the operation by the operation detection unit Is preferred.

  In this aspect, when the filling amount of the chemical solution is changed before and after the operation of the derivation operation unit, it is determined that the operation is the derivation operation. Therefore, even if the derivation operation unit is operated in a state where a predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled in the filling container, the operation is counted as the derivation operation when a malfunction of the injection device that the chemical solution is not derived occurs. Can be avoided. Therefore, a more accurate number of injections of the chemical solution can be obtained.

  In the counting device, it is preferable that the determination unit performs detection by the filling amount detection unit after a predetermined waiting period has elapsed after the operation detection unit detects an operation of the derivation operation unit.

  In this aspect, after the operation of the derivation operation unit, the filling amount is detected after waiting for the operation of the injection tool for a predetermined waiting period. Therefore, it can prevent more reliably that the frequency | count of operation is counted about the malfunctioning of the said injection tool. The waiting period is, for example, 10 seconds.

  In the counting device, a battery for supplying power for operating the counting device, a switching operation unit for performing a switching operation from a state in which power supply from the battery is blocked to a state in which the power supply is permitted, A count-up unit that counts up the time from when the power supply is permitted by the operation of the switching operation unit, and the count storage unit detects the operation of the derivation operation unit by the operation detection unit It is preferable that the count number measured by the count-up unit at the time point and the derivation operation detected by the operation detection unit are stored in association with each other.

  In this aspect, the derivation operation is stored in relation to the number of counts counted up from the time of power supply, not the current time. Thereby, since it becomes unnecessary to hold | maintain the present time, the information for pinpointing the frequency | count of derivation | leading operation and the time when derivation | leading operation was performed can be obtained, reducing the capacity | capacitance of the battery of a counter. Specifically, in order to maintain the current time, it is necessary that power is always supplied from the time of product completion. On the other hand, in order to activate the count-up unit, after the start of use (the switching operation unit is operated). Power supply from after). Then, based on the count number measured by the count-up unit at the present time and the current time, the relationship between the past count number and the time by the count-up unit can be specified. Therefore, the time at the time when the derivation operation unit is operated can be specified.

In the counting device, it is preferable to store the blank beating operation the blank beating operation and the association with the count measured by the counting unit at the time is detected.

  In this aspect, the count number at the time of detecting the blank shot operation and the blank shot operation are stored in association with each other. Thereby, the frequency | count and time (The frequency | count and time when a patient felt pain if a chemical | medical solution was an anesthetic) can be grasped | ascertained.

  Moreover, this invention is a display device for displaying the information memorize | stored in the said counting device, Comprising: The 1st communication part provided in the said counting device in order to output the information memorize | stored in the said count memory | storage part The second communication unit that can communicate with the communication unit and the current time are held, and the time of the operation detected by the operation detection unit is specified based on the current time and the count number measured by the count-up unit There is provided a display device comprising: a time specifying unit that performs operation; an operation content input via the second communication unit; and a display unit that displays the time specified by the time specifying unit in association with each other.

  According to the present invention, it is possible to display the operation content (derivation operation or empty shot operation) detected by the operation detection unit in association with the operation time. Thereby, the medical worker can grasp | ascertain the time and the frequency | count that the chemical | medical solution was derived | led-out, or the time and the frequency | count that the patient needed the chemical | medical solution. Therefore, patient management can be performed reliably.

  In addition, since the display device according to the present invention is provided with the time specifying unit that holds the current time, the capacity of the battery of the counting device can be reduced. Specifically, in order to maintain the current time, it is necessary that power is always supplied from the time of product completion. On the other hand, in order to activate the count-up unit, after the start of use (the switching operation unit is operated). Power supply from after). Here, the display device requires a large-capacity power supply compared to the counting device in order to operate the display unit. For this reason, even if the display device is charged with electric power for maintaining the current time, the influence on the capacity of the power supply of the display device is small.

  Furthermore, the present invention is a display device for displaying the information stored in the counting device, the first communication unit provided in the counting device for outputting the information stored in the counting storage unit A display device is provided, which includes a second communication unit that can communicate with each other and a display unit that can display information input via the second communication unit.

  According to the present invention, information stored in the count storage unit (for example, the number of derivation operations) can be displayed. Thereby, the medical worker can grasp | ascertain the frequency | count of derivation | leading-out operation, for example, and can manage a patient reliably.

  In the display device, it is preferable that the display device further includes a power providing unit capable of providing power from a power source provided in the display device to the counting device, and the counting storage unit is formed of a nonvolatile memory.

  In this aspect, electric power can be supplied from the display device to the nonvolatile memory (counting storage unit) of the counting device. Therefore, even when the power in the counting device is insufficient, information can be held in the count storage unit composed of a nonvolatile memory, and information stored in the count storage unit by supplying power from the display device Can be displayed on the display unit.

  In the display device, among the information stored in the display storage unit, a display storage unit capable of storing information respectively input from the count storage units of the plurality of counting devices by sequentially communicating with the plurality of counting devices It is preferable to have a display operation unit for switching information to be displayed on the display unit.

  In this aspect, information stored in a plurality of counting devices can be stored and displayed. Therefore, one display device can be used in common for a plurality of counting devices. Accordingly, it is possible to reduce the number of expensive display devices used as compared with the counting device due to having the display portion.

  Preferably, the display device further includes a third communication unit capable of outputting information stored in the display storage unit to another management device.

  In this aspect, the information stored in the display storage unit can be output to another management device (for example, a personal computer) via the third communication unit. Therefore, a medical worker can centrally manage a plurality of patients using the management device.

  The display device is preferably detachable from the counting device.

  According to this aspect, since the injection device can be removed from the counting device, it is not necessary for the patient to be aware that the number of operations of the injection device is being counted. Thereby, a patient's intentional operation or non-operation can be suppressed, and it becomes possible to count the frequency | count of operation of an injection tool correctly.

  Further, the present invention is an injection tool with a counting function comprising the counting device, and an injection tool to which the counting device is attached and the number of injections of a chemical solution is counted by the counting device, A filling container capable of filling a predetermined amount of the chemical solution; and a derivation operation unit that receives an operation for deriving the chemical solution from the filling container, wherein the derivation operation is performed in a state where the predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled. The chemical liquid in the filling container is led out by operating the part, while the derivation of the chemical liquid is restricted even if the derivation operating part is operated in a state where the filling container is filled with the chemical liquid less than the predetermined amount. Providing infusion tools.

  ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, the information required for management of the injection amount of the chemical | medical solution with respect to a patient can be obtained reliably.

1 is a schematic diagram of a management system according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention. It is a perspective view which shows the state which removed the injection tool and counting device of FIG. It is the III-III sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is sectional drawing which expands and shows a part of FIG. It is a perspective view which shows the whole structure of a display apparatus. It is side surface sectional drawing of the injection tool and counting device of FIG. 1, and the state which is filled with the predetermined amount of chemical | medical solutions and the button is not operated is shown. It is side surface sectional drawing of the injection tool and counting device of FIG. 1, and shows the state by which the predetermined amount chemical | medical solution is filled and the button is operated. It is side surface sectional drawing of the injection tool and counting device of FIG. 1, and the state which is not filled with the predetermined amount chemical | medical solution and the button is operated is shown. It is a block diagram which shows the electric constitution of the management system of FIG. It is a flowchart which shows the process performed by the counting device of FIG. It is a flowchart which shows the process performed by the display apparatus of FIG.

  Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.

  FIG. 1 is a schematic diagram of a management system according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

  Referring to FIG. 1, a management system 1 is for centrally managing the amount of medicinal solution injected into a plurality of patients and the number of times a plurality of patients require medicinal solutions. Specifically, the management system 1 includes an injection tool 2 for injecting a drug solution into a patient, a counting device 3 for storing the number of operations and an operation time of the injection tool 2, and the counting device 3. A display device 4 for displaying information and a PC (personal computer: management device) 5 for centrally managing information stored in the display device 4 are provided.

  The injection device 2 is connected to a pump (chemical solution discharge device) and a patient (not shown), stores a predetermined amount of the chemical solution discharged from the pump, and can inject the predetermined amount of the chemical solution into the patient according to the operation of the patient. is there. Specifically, the injection device 2 derives the predetermined amount of the chemical solution by receiving an operation from the patient in a state where the predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled. On the other hand, even if the injection tool 2 is operated by the patient in a state where the drug solution less than the predetermined amount is filled, the derivation of the drug solution from the injection tool 2 is restricted. Hereinafter, a specific configuration of the injection tool 2 will be described.

  FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing a state where the injection tool 2 and the counting device 3 of FIG. 1 are removed. 6 is a side cross-sectional view of the injection tool 2 and the counting device 3 of FIG. In addition, it demonstrates below using the up-down direction of FIG.2 and FIG.6.

  The injection tool 2 includes a cylindrical case 6 extending in the vertical direction, a bottom member 7 for closing an opening at the bottom of the case 6, and a button (leading operation portion) 8 provided at the upper end of the case 6. And a charging / discharging mechanism 9 provided in the case 6.

  The case 6 includes a cylindrical case main body 6a extending in the vertical direction, a protruding wall 6b protruding inward at the upper portion of the case main body 6a, and a pair of penetrating through the case main body 6a at the vertical position of the protruding wall 6b. Detection holes 6c, 6d, a locking groove 6e for locking the bottom member 7 below the case body 6a, and a pair of locking holes 6f, 6f for locking the counting device 3 (see FIG. 2 and one pair of locking holes 6g and 6g (shown in FIG. 2). The protruding wall 6b is formed with an insertion hole 6h penetrating in the vertical direction. The presser 8b of the button 8 to be described later is inserted into the insertion hole 6h. The detection hole 6c is formed on the protruding wall 6b. In the detection hole 6c, a later-described lever 22 for detecting the pressing operation of the button 8 is disposed. The detection hole 6d is formed under the protruding wall 6b. The detection hole 6d is provided with a lever 22 to be described later for detecting that a predetermined amount of chemical liquid is filled. The locking groove 6e is a groove that penetrates the case body 6a. The pair of locking holes 6f and 6f are formed at different positions in the circumferential direction of the case body 6a and at the same position in the vertical direction. The pair of locking holes 6g and 6g are formed at positions immediately below the locking holes 6f and 6f so as to be in the same position as the locking holes 6f and 6f in the circumferential direction of the case body 6a. These locking holes 6f, 6f, 6g and 6g are for locking locking claws 18g, 18g, 18h and 18h of the counting device 3 which will be described later.

  The bottom member 7 is erected on the lid plate 7a, a lid plate 7a arranged so as to close the lower opening of the case body 6a, a locking projection 7b projecting laterally from the lid plate 7a, and the lid plate 7a. And a support shaft 7c. The locking projection 7b is inserted into the locking groove 6e of the case body 6a in order to lock the case 6 and the bottom member 7 in the vertical direction. The support shaft 7c supports a charging / discharging mechanism 9 to be described later from below.

  The button 8 is inserted from above into the opening in the upper part of the case body 6a so that the button 8 can be displaced in the vertical direction with respect to the case 6. Specifically, the button 8 includes a disk-shaped operation unit 8a having a pressing surface pressed by the patient, and a presser 8b protruding downward from the operation unit 8a. The operation unit 8a has a locking claw outside the figure. When the locking claw is locked to the case body 6a, the button 8 is prevented from coming off from the case 6 upward. The pressing element 8b is inserted into the insertion hole 6h of the case body 6a so as to be slidable in the vertical direction. Further, the presser 8b functions as a switch for starting the derivation of the chemical solution by the filling and discharging mechanism 9 described later.

  The filling / discharging mechanism 9 fills a predetermined amount of the chemical solution discharged from the pump and operates the button 9 in a state where the predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled. Of the drug solution to the patient. On the other hand, the filling and discharging mechanism 9 regulates the discharge of the chemical liquid even when the button 9 is operated in a state where the chemical liquid less than the predetermined amount is filled. Specifically, the charging / discharging mechanism 9 includes a sliding member 10 that can slide up and down in the case body 6 a, a first bellows 11 provided at an upper end of the sliding member 10, and the sliding member 10. A second bellows 12 provided at the lower end of the valve member 14, a valve member 14 penetrating the sliding member 10 up and down, packings 15 a to 15 c provided around the valve member 14, and built in the sliding member 10. The flow rate adjusting member 16 and a sealing member 17 for sealing the lower end of the second bellows 12 are provided.

  The sliding member 10 branches from a through hole 10a that vertically penetrates the sliding member 10, a pump passage 10b connected to the pump, a patient passage 10c connected to a patient, and the through hole 10a. A branch passage 10d is formed. The through hole 10 a is a hole for inserting the valve member 14. One end of the pump passage 10 b opens from the side surface of the sliding member 10 to the side, and the other end of the pump passage 10 b opens from the upper surface of the sliding member 10 upward. One end of the patient passage 10c opens toward the side of the sliding member 10, and the other end of the patient passage 10c joins the through hole 10a. The branch passage 10d branches from the through hole 10a at a position above the junction of the patient passage 10c, and opens downward from the lower surface of the sliding member 10.

  The first bellows 11 is provided upward at the upper end of the sliding member 10 so that the storage chamber S <b> 1 is formed on the sliding member 10. Specifically, the first bellows 11 has a closed upper end and a lower end that opens downward. An accommodation chamber S <b> 1 is formed between the first bellows 11 and the sliding member 10 by fixing the lower end of the first bellows 11 to the upper end of the sliding member 10 over the entire circumference. The storage chamber S1 communicates with the through hole 10a and the pump passage 10b. Moreover, as shown in FIG. 6, the upper end part of the 1st bellows 11 is formed with the protrusion part which can be inserted in the insertion hole 6h of the case main body 6a.

  The second bellows 12 is provided between the lower end of the sliding member 10 and the sealing member 17 so that the storage chamber S <b> 2 is formed under the sliding member 10. Specifically, the second bellows 12 has an upper end that opens upward and a lower end that is closed by the sealing member 17. The upper end of the second bellows 12 is fixed to the lower end of the sliding member 10 over the entire circumference. The lower end of the second bellows 12 is fixed to the sealing member 17 over the entire circumference. Thereby, the storage chamber S <b> 2 is formed among the second bellows 12, the sliding member 10, and the sealing member 17. In this embodiment, the 2nd bellows 12, the sliding member 10, and the sealing member 17 for comprising storage chamber S2 are equivalent to the filling container which can be filled with a predetermined amount of chemical | medical solutions. The storage chamber S2 communicates with the through hole 10a and the branch passage 10d. The sealing member 17 is fixed to the support shaft 7c of the bottom member 7.

  The valve member 14 functions as a switching valve in cooperation with the three packings 15 a to 15 c provided at different positions in the longitudinal direction of the valve member 14. Specifically, the valve member 14 is a rod-like member that can be inserted into the through hole 10 a of the sliding member 10. The packings 15a to 15c are annular members provided on the outside of the valve member 14, respectively. In addition, the packings 15 a to 15 c are disposed inside the through hole 10 a in a state of being provided outside the valve member 14, thereby blocking the flow of the chemical solution between the valve member 14 and the sliding member 10. The valve member 14 can be switched between a first switching position shown in FIG. 6 and a second switching position shown in FIG.

  In the first switching position shown in FIG. 6, the uppermost packing 15a is disposed above (outside) the through hole 10a, and the middle packing 15b and the lower packing 15c are disposed in the through hole 10a. . In the first switching position, the storage chamber S1, the branch passage 10d, and the storage chamber S2 communicate with each other, and the patient passage 10c is blocked from the storage chamber S2 by the packing 15c. Therefore, when the valve member 14 is arranged at the first switching position, the chemical liquid discharged from the pump is guided into the storage chamber S2 through the pump passage 10b, the storage chamber S1, the through hole 10a, and the branch passage 10d. It is burned. Here, the diameter dimension D2 that defines the pressure receiving area of the storage chamber S2 is set larger than the diameter dimension D1 that defines the pressure receiving area of the storage chamber S1. Therefore, the force that the sliding member 10 receives from the storage chamber S2 is larger than the force that the sliding member 10 receives from the storage chamber S1 in the state where the same pump pressure is applied in the storage chambers S1 and S2. Therefore, in a state where the valve member 14 is switched to the first switching position, the sliding member 10 moves upward with the contraction of the first bellows 11 and the extension of the second bellows 12, so that the second bellows 12 enters the second bellows 12. Filled with chemicals. In addition, the upper limit position of the movement of the sliding member 10 is defined by a stopper (not shown) provided in the case 6. The lower limit position of the movement of the sliding member 10 is a position where the lower surface of the sliding member 10 is in contact with the upper surface of the sealing member 17 as shown in FIG. And the quantity of the chemical | medical solution equivalent to the volume of the storage chamber S2 which changes between the upper limit position of the sliding member 10 and a lower limit position is equivalent to the predetermined amount of this embodiment.

  On the other hand, in the second switching position shown in FIG. 7, the uppermost packing 15a and the middle packing 15b are disposed in the through hole 10a, and the lower packing 15c is positioned below (outside) the through hole 10a. Has been. In the second switching position, the pump passage 10b and the accommodation chamber S1 communicating with the pump passage 10b are blocked from the through hole 10a, and the branch passage 10d, the accommodation chamber S2, and the patient passage 10c communicate with each other. Therefore, when the discharge pressure of the pump is generated in the storage chamber S1 and the first bellows 11 is expanded, the sliding member 10 moves downward while the second bellows 12 is reduced. Thereby, a predetermined amount of the chemical solution filled in the storage chamber S2 is injected into the patient (derived from the injection tool 2).

  In addition, the valve member 14 can be pressed by the button 8 in a state where a predetermined amount of chemical liquid is filled in the storage chamber S2 as shown in FIG. 6, and less than the predetermined amount of chemical liquid is stored as shown in FIG. It is impossible to press the button 8 while the chamber S2 is filled. Specifically, the upper end of the valve member 14 is disposed in the insertion hole 6h of the case 6 in the state of FIG. 6, and the upper end of the valve member 14 is disposed below the insertion hole 6h in the state of FIG. Have a length to be. Therefore, the injection device 2 can switch the valve member 14 to the second switching position by pressing the button 8 in a state where a predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled in the storage chamber S2, while the less than the predetermined amount of the chemical solution is stored. When the chamber S2 is filled, the valve member 14 can be maintained at the first switching position even if the button 8 is operated.

  The flow rate adjusting member 16 adjusts (squeezes) the flow rate of the chemical solution guided from the pump into the storage chamber S2. Specifically, the flow rate adjusting member 16 is a bottomed cylindrical member in which a spiral groove is formed on the outer surface. By forming the spiral groove, a passage having a minute cross-sectional area is formed between the outer surface of the flow rate adjusting member 16 and the branch passage 10d. A pressure loss occurs when the chemical solution passes through the passage having the minute cross-sectional area, thereby reducing the flow rate of the chemical solution. The flow rate adjusting member 16 defines a time (so-called lockout time) required for filling the storage chamber S2 with a predetermined amount of chemical solution. By setting the lockout time, it is possible to prevent a large amount of chemical solution from being derived in a short period of time.

  Hereinafter, the operation of the injection device 2 will be described.

  FIG. 6 shows a state in which a predetermined amount of chemical solution is filled in the storage chamber S2 after a lockout time. In this state, when the button 8 is pressed, the valve member 14 is pushed down to the second switching position by the pressing member 8b of the button 8 as shown in FIG. As a result, the storage chamber S2 and the patient passage 10c communicate with each other, so that the sliding member 10 moves downward by the pump pressure generated in the storage chamber S1. Thereby, the chemical | medical solution in storage chamber S2 is inject | poured into a patient through the patient channel | path 10c. In the second switching position, the lower end portion of the valve member 14 protrudes downward from the lower surface of the sliding member 10.

  When the injection of the chemical solution further proceeds, the lower surface of the sliding member 10 comes into contact with the upper surface of the sealing member 17 as shown in FIG. In the course of the operation of the sliding member 10, the valve member 14 is pushed up to the first switching position by the sealing member 17. As a result, the patient passage 10c is blocked from the storage chamber S2, and the derivation of the chemical solution is stopped. Further, when the valve member 14 is switched to the first switching position, the pump passage 10b and the branch passage 10d communicate with each other. Therefore, the chemical solution discharged from the pump is filled in the storage chamber S2 while the flow rate is reduced by the flow rate adjusting member 16. Thereby, the sliding member 10 moves upward and returns to the state of FIG.

  Hereinafter, the counting device 3 for counting the number of operations of the button 8 of the injection tool 2 will be described with reference to FIGS. 2 to 4 and 6. 3 is a cross-sectional view taken along line III-III in FIG. 4 is an enlarged cross-sectional view of a part of FIG.

  The counting device 3 includes a bottomed container 18 extending in the vertical direction, a control board 19 provided in the bottomed container 18, and a lid member 20 that sandwiches the control board 19 between the bottomed container 18. The bottomed container 18 is provided with a detachable cap 25 at the lower end thereof.

  The bottomed container 18 includes a bottom plate 18a extending in the vertical direction, and an upper plate 18b, a lower plate 18c, a side plate 18d, and a side plate 18e that rise from the periphery of the bottom plate 18a. The bottom plate 18a is formed with a plurality of protrusions 18f and 18f (two are shown in FIG. 3) protruding toward the inside of the bottomed container 18. Each protrusion 18f, 18f is for supporting a printed circuit board 19a described later. The lower plate 18c is formed with a communication hole 18i that vertically penetrates the lower plate 18c. The communication hole 18i allows external access to the first communication unit 19e of the printed circuit board 19a described later. Each side plate 18d, 18e has a longer protruding dimension than the upper plate 18b and the lower plate 18c, respectively. A pair of upper and lower locking claws 18g and 18g projecting toward the side plate 18e are formed at the tip of the side plate 18d. On the other hand, a pair of upper and lower locking claws 18h and 18h projecting toward the side plate 18d are formed at the tip of the side plate 18e. These locking claws 18g, 18g, 18h, 18h are for locking to the case 6 of the injection device 2. Specifically, each locking claw 18g, 18g, 18h, 18h is inserted into the locking hole 6f, 6f, 6g, 6g of the injection tool 2 to mount the counting device 3 on the injection tool 2. can do. On the other hand, the side plates 18d and 18e are spread out to release the locking claws 18g, 18g, 18h, and 18h from the locking holes 6f, 6f, 6g, and 6g. Can be removed.

  The control board 19 includes a printed board 19a, a battery 19b for supplying power to the printed board 19a, a connection plate 19c for electrically connecting the battery 19b and the printed board 19a, and the connection board 19c. And an insulating plate (switching operation part) 19d provided between the battery 19b. A circuit for realizing an electrical configuration shown in FIG. 9 described later is formed on the printed circuit board 19a. Moreover, the lower end part of the printed circuit board 19a comprises the 1st communication part 19e for communicating with the display apparatus 4 mentioned later. Specifically, the first communication unit 19 e constitutes a male connector that can be connected to a female connector provided in the display device 4. The insulating plate 19d can be switched from a state in which power supply from the battery 19b is blocked to a state in which power supply is permitted. Specifically, the insulating plate 19d has an operation end led to the outside of the bottomed container 18, as shown in FIG. 2, with a middle portion thereof disposed between the battery 19b and the connection plate 19c. . By pulling the operation end, the insulating plate 19d can be extracted from between the battery 19b and the connection plate 19c. Thereby, the battery 19b and the connection board 19c are electrically connected, and electric power is supplied to the printed circuit board 19a.

  The lid member 20 includes a lid body 21 that faces the bottom plate 18a of the bottomed container 19, a pair of upper and lower levers 22 and 22 that are swingable with respect to the lid body 21, and the lid body 21 and the A pair of upper and lower bus bars 24, 24 provided between the printed board 19a and the printed circuit board 19a are provided.

  The lid body 21 is formed with a pair of through holes 21a and 21a penetrating the lid body 21 for inserting the levers 22 and 22, respectively. The through holes 21a and 21a are provided at positions corresponding to the detection holes 6c and 6d formed in the case 6 of the injection tool 2, respectively. The lid body 21 is provided with a pair of upper and lower protrusions 21b and 21b that protrude toward the bottom plate 18a. The protrusions 21b and 21b hold bus bars 24 and 24, which will be described later.

  As shown in FIG. 4, the levers 22 and 22 are orthogonal to the lever main bodies 22 a and 22 a inserted through the through holes 21 a and 21 a and the lever main bodies 22 a and 22 a in the vertical direction with respect to the lid main body 21. Rotating shafts 22b and 22b that pivotally support the shaft are provided. The lever bodies 22a and 22a are bowl-shaped members having a pair of operation pieces extending in directions different from the rotation shafts 22b and 22b from the support points by the rotation shafts 22b and 22b. is there. One operation piece is disposed on the inner side (bottom plate 18a side) of the lid main body 21, and the other operation piece is disposed on the outer side (opposite side of the bottom plate 18a) of the lid main body 21. The operation piece outside the upper lever main body 22a is arranged below the button 8 through the detection hole 6c of the injection tool 2 as shown in FIG. Specifically, the upper lever body 22a is disposed so as to rotate counterclockwise in FIG. 6 when the operation piece outside the lever body 22a is pressed by the lower surface of the pressed button 8. Yes. On the other hand, the operation piece outside the lower lever main body 22a is disposed above the detection projection 10e formed on the sliding member 10 through the detection hole 6d of the injection tool 2. Specifically, the lower lever main body 22a is moved up of the lever main body 22a by the detection protrusion 10e of the sliding member 10 when the sliding member 10 is raised until a predetermined amount of chemical solution is filled in the storage chamber S2. It arrange | positions so that it may rotate clockwise of FIG. 6 when an outer operation piece is pressed.

  As shown in FIG. 4, each of the bus bars 24 and 24 has a bus bar main body 24a made of a metal plate and a holding hole 24b penetrating the bus bar main body 24a at an end of the bus bar main body 24a. The bus bars 24 and 24 are held by the lid bodies 21 and 21 by fitting the projections 21b and 21b of the lid bodies 21 and 21 into the holding holes 24b and 24b, respectively. Then, the free ends of the bus bars 24, 24 have the protrusions 21b, 21b as fulcrums, respectively, and from the normal posture parallel to the printed board 19a as shown by the solid line in FIG. 4, the printed board as shown by the two-dot chain line in FIG. It can be elastically deformed to a contact posture in contact with 19a. The free end of the bus bar main body 24a is disposed between the lever main body 22a and the printed board 19a. Therefore, when the lever main body 22a is rotated to the position indicated by the two-dot chain line in FIG. 4, the operation piece inside the lever main body 22a presses the bus bar main body 24a, so that the bus bar main body 24a is brought into the contact posture. Elastically deforms. On the other hand, when the lever main body 22a is rotated to the position indicated by the solid line in FIG. 4, the operation piece inside the lever main body 22a is separated from the bus bar main body 24a, and the bus bar main body 24a is elastically returned to the normal posture.

  The printed circuit board 19a is provided with a pair of electrode pads (not shown) that can be electrically connected to the bus bar bodies 24a and 24a that are elastically deformed in the contact posture. Therefore, whether or not the bus bar bodies 24a and 24a are deformed to the contact posture can be electrically detected on the printed circuit board 19a. In other words, the upper lever 22, the upper bus bar 24, and the printed circuit board 19a function as an operation detection unit 27 (see FIG. 9) that detects whether or not the button 8 has been pressed. The lower lever 22, the lower bus bar 24, and the printed circuit board 19a function as a filling amount detection unit 28 (see FIG. 9) that detects whether or not a predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled.

  Hereinafter, the electrical configuration of the counting device 3 will be described with reference to FIG.

  The counting device 3 includes a count-up unit 26 that counts up the time from when the insulating plate 19d (see FIG. 2) is extracted, an operation detection unit 27 that detects whether or not the button 8 is operated, and a storage chamber. A filling amount detection unit 28 that detects whether or not a predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled in S2, and a determination unit that determines whether or not the operation detected by the operation detection unit 27 is a derivation operation for deriving the chemical solution. 29, the count storage unit 30 for storing the count of the derivation operation, the first communication unit 19e for outputting the information stored in the count storage unit 30, and the power provided via the first communication unit 19e Is provided to the printed circuit board 19a.

  The count-up unit 26 counts up the time from when power supply from the battery 19b to the printed circuit board 19a is permitted by the operation of extracting the insulating plate 19d.

  The operation detection unit 27 detects whether or not the button 8 has been pressed to a preset pressing position. Specifically, as shown in FIG. 8, the operation detection unit 27 electrically connects the bus bar body 24 a to the printed circuit board 19 a by the lever 22 that rotates according to the pressing operation of the button 8. A pressing operation is detected.

  The filling amount detection unit 28 detects whether or not the sliding member 10 has been raised to a preset rising position. That is, the filling amount detection unit 28 detects a change in the volume of the storage chamber S2. Specifically, as shown in FIG. 6, the filling amount detection unit 28 electrically connects the bus bar main body 24 a to the printed circuit board 19 a by a lever 22 that rotates in response to the rising of the sliding member 10, thereby sliding. It is detected that the moving member 10 is at the preset ascending position (the filling amount of the chemical solution is a predetermined amount).

  The determination unit 29 determines whether the operation of the button 8 is a derivation operation that causes the injection of the chemical liquid or an empty shot operation that does not cause the injection of the chemical liquid. Specifically, in the determination unit 29, the operation of the button 8 is detected by the operation detection unit 27 in a state where the filling amount detection unit 28 detects that a predetermined amount of chemical solution is filled, and the button 8 After the operation is detected, when the filling amount of the chemical solution is not a predetermined amount by the filling amount detection unit, it is determined that the operation is a derivation operation. On the other hand, the determination unit 29 determines that an operation other than the derivation operation is an idle operation. Note that if the operation detection unit 27 detects that a plurality of operations have been performed within a predetermined standby period (for example, 1.5 seconds), the determination unit 29 performs the operation within the standby period once. It is determined that the operation.

  The count storage unit 30 stores the derivation operation or idle shot operation determined by the determination unit and the count number measured by the count-up unit 26 in association with each other. Specifically, the count storage unit 30 stores the number of operations of the derivation operation, the operation time of the derivation operation, the number of operations of the blank operation, and the operation time of the blank operation. The count storage unit 30 is composed of a nonvolatile memory (for example, EEPROM [Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory]) that can rewrite stored contents. Therefore, the stored information can be retained even when the remaining amount of the battery 19b is insufficient.

  The power supply unit 31 supplies power provided from a display device described later to the printed circuit board 19a.

  Hereinafter, the processing executed by the counting device 3 will be described with reference to FIG.

  The processing by the counting device 3 is started by an operation of pulling out the insulating plate 19d. First, the count up by the count up unit 26 is started (step S1).

  Next, it is determined whether or not the filling amount detection unit 28 is ON, that is, whether or not a predetermined amount of chemical solution has been filled (step S2). If it is determined in this step S2 that a predetermined amount of chemical solution is filled as shown in FIG. 6, it is determined whether or not the operation detection unit 27 is ON, that is, whether or not the button 8 is pressed. (Step S3). If it is determined in step S3 that the button 8 is not pressed, step S2 is repeatedly executed.

  On the other hand, if it is determined in step S3 that the button 8 has been pressed as shown in FIG. 7, it waits for a predetermined period (eg, 10 seconds) (step S4). Here, the reason for waiting for a predetermined period is to secure time for the drug solution to be led out and the sliding member 10 to move downward after the pressing operation of the button 8.

  When the waiting period has elapsed (YES in step S4), it is detected whether or not the filling amount detection unit 28 is OFF, that is, whether or not the chemical solution in the storage chamber S2 is less than a predetermined amount (step S5). . In step S5, as shown in FIG. 8, it is possible to detect whether or not the derivation of the chemical solution has actually started after the button 8 is operated. When the filling amount detection unit 28 is OFF in step S5, the derivation of the chemical solution is started as shown in FIG. Therefore, it is determined that the detected operation is a derivation operation (step S6). On the other hand, when the filling amount detection unit 28 is ON in step S5, the derivation of the chemical solution is not started even though the button 8 is operated as shown in FIG. Therefore, it is determined that the detected operation is an idle operation (step S8).

  If it is determined in step S2 that the filling amount detection unit 28 is OFF (NO in step S2), it is determined whether or not the operation detection unit 27 is ON (step S7). If it is determined in step S7 that the operation detection unit 27 is OFF, step S2 is repeatedly executed. On the other hand, if it is determined in step S7 that the operation detection unit 27 is ON, the button 8 is operated even though the filling amount of the chemical solution is less than the predetermined amount as shown in FIG. Therefore, it is determined that the detected operation is an empty shot operation (step S8).

  After step S6 and step S8, the determined operation content (derivation operation or idle operation) and the count number measured by the count-up unit 26 are stored in association with each other (step S9), and step S1. Return to

  Hereinafter, a display device for displaying the information stored by the counting device 3 will be described with reference to FIG. FIG. 5 is a perspective view showing the overall configuration of the display device 4.

  Referring to FIGS. 1 and 5, display device 4 includes a case 32 containing a control board (not shown), a display unit 33 provided on the surface of case 32, and contents displayed on display unit 33. Communication between the display operation unit 34 for selecting and the second communication unit 35 for communication between the first communication unit 19e (see FIG. 6) of the counting device 2 and the PC 5. And a third communication unit 36 for performing.

  The case 32 includes a case main body 32a for accommodating a control board (not shown) and a recess 32b formed in the case main body 32a. The recess 32b is for mounting the counting device 3. Specifically, the concave portion 32b has a size capable of receiving the injection tool 2 to which the counting device 3 is attached from below.

  The second communication unit 35 is a female connector that is electrically connected to a control board (not shown) built in the case 32 and can be connected to the first communication unit 19 e of the counting device 3. Specifically, the second communication unit 35 is provided to protrude into the recess 32b of the case body 32a so as to be connected to the first communication unit 19e of the counting device 3 inserted into the recess 32b.

  The third communication unit 36 is an interface for transferring information stored in the display device 4 to the PC 5 and includes, for example, a USB (Universal Serial Bus) port.

  Hereinafter, the electrical configuration of the display device 4 will be described with reference to FIG.

  The display device 4 is based on the second communication unit 35, an extraction unit 37 that extracts information stored in the counting device 3 via the second communication unit 35, and information extracted by the extraction unit 37. The time specifying unit 38 for specifying the operation time, the information extracted by the extracting unit 37 and the display storage unit 39 for storing the time specified by the time specifying unit 38, and the information stored in the display storage unit 39 are displayed. The display unit 33, the display operation unit 34 for selecting information to be displayed on the display unit 33 among the information stored in the display storage unit 39, and a power source (not shown) provided in the display device 4 And a power providing unit 40 capable of providing power to the counting device 3 via the second communication unit 35.

  The extraction unit 37 extracts information stored in the count storage unit 30 when the second communication unit 35 is connected to the first communication unit 19 e of the counting device 3. Further, the extraction unit 37 extracts the current count number from the count-up unit 26.

  The time specifying unit 38 specifies the time of the derivation operation and the blanking operation detected by the counting device 3. Specifically, the time specifying unit 38 holds the current time. Then, the time specifying unit 38 determines the times of the derivation operation and the blanking operation based on the count number extracted from the count storage unit 30, the current count number extracted from the count-up unit 26, and the current time. Identify. More specifically, the time specifying unit 38 specifies the time corresponding to the past count number (the count number extracted from the count storage unit 30) based on the correspondence relationship between the current count number and the current time. The time specifying unit 38 can also specify the use start time of the counting device 3 based on the current count number and the current time.

  The display storage unit 39 stores the derivation operation and the blanking operation detected by the counting device 3 and the times of these operations in association with each other. Specifically, the display storage unit 39 stores the derivation operation and empty shot operation extracted from the count storage unit 30 and the times specified by the time specifying unit 38 for these operations in association with each other. The display storage unit 39 also stores the use start time of the counting device 3 specified by the time specifying unit 38. Further, the display storage unit 39 can store the information extracted from the count storage unit 30 for each counting device 3 when a plurality of counting devices 3 are sequentially connected to the display device 4.

  The display unit 33 displays information stored in the display storage unit 39. Specifically, the display unit 33 can display display items including the number of operations of the derivation operation, the operation time of the derivation operation, the number of operations of the blank operation, the operation time of the blank operation, and the use start time of the counting device 3. It is.

  The display operation unit 34 can switch the display items on the display unit 33. Specifically, the display operation unit 34 performs not only the switching operation of each display item but also the selection operation of the counting device 3 to be displayed when the information of the plurality of counting devices 3 is stored in the display storage unit 39. Is also possible.

  The power providing unit 40 provides the counting device 3 with power from a power source (not shown) provided in the display device 4. Specifically, the power providing unit 40 supplies power to the counting device 3 in a state where the first communication unit 19e of the counting device 3 and the second communication unit 35 of the display device 4 are connected. The power supply unit 40 may detect the remaining amount of the battery 19b of the counting device 3 and provide power to the counting device 3 when the remaining amount of the battery 19b is equal to or less than a specified amount.

  The third communication unit 36 can communicate with the fourth communication unit 41 of the PC 5. Information in the display storage unit 39 can be output to the PC 5 via the third communication unit 36.

  Hereinafter, processing executed by the display device 4 will be described with reference to FIG.

  The processing by the display device 4 is started when the first communication unit 19e of the counting device 3 is connected to the second communication unit 35 of the display device 4. When processing by the display device 4 is started, power is first supplied to the counting device 3 (step T1). By this step T1, even when the remaining amount of the battery 19b of the counting device 3 is insufficient, the information stored in the count storage unit 30 composed of a nonvolatile memory can be read out.

  Subsequently, the information memorize | stored in the count memory | storage part 30 is extracted (step S2). Then, based on the count number included in the extracted information, the time when the derivation operation and the blanking operation are performed is specified (step T3). The time specified in step T3 is stored in association with the corresponding operation (step T4).

  Next, it is determined whether or not designation of display content by the display operation unit 34 has been input (step T5). If it is determined in this step T5 that there is a display content instruction, the designated content is displayed (step T6). On the other hand, if it is determined in step T5 that there is no indication of display content, the operation content extracted most recently and its time are displayed (step T7).

  When predetermined contents are displayed in step T6 and step T7, it is determined whether or not the display operation unit 34 has been operated (step T8). If it is determined in step T8 that the display operation unit 34 is not operated, step T10 described later is executed.

  On the other hand, if it is determined in step T8 that the display operation unit 34 is operated, a command for designating new display contents is output (step T9), and whether or not the connection of the counting device 3 is released is determined. Determine (step T10). If it is determined in step T10 that the connection of the counting device 3 has been released, the display on the display unit 33 is terminated and the processing is terminated. On the other hand, if it is determined in step T10 that the connection of the counting device 3 has not been released, step T5 is repeatedly executed.

  As described above, according to the embodiment, it is detected by the operation detection unit 27 and the filling amount detection unit 28 whether or not the button 8 has been operated in a state where a predetermined amount of the chemical solution is injected into the storage chamber S2. In addition, the number of derivation operations can be stored in the count storage unit 30. Therefore, it is possible to reliably obtain the number of derivation operations necessary for managing the injection amount of the chemical solution.

  In the embodiment, it is possible to obtain the number of blanking operations, that is, the number of operations of the button 8 in which the chemical liquid is not derived as a result. Thereby, the frequency | count that the patient needed the chemical | medical solution (when a chemical | medical solution is an anesthetic, the number of times a patient felt pain) can be grasped | ascertained reliably. Therefore, it becomes possible to manage a patient's condition more reliably.

  And in the said embodiment, the operation content (derivation | leading-out operation or blanking operation) memorize | stored in the count memory | storage part 30 and the frequency | count of the operation can be displayed in correlation. Thereby, the medical worker can grasp | ascertain the time and the frequency | count that the chemical | medical solution was derived | led-out, or the time and the frequency | count that the patient needed the chemical | medical solution. Therefore, patient management can be performed reliably.

  In the embodiment, when the filling amount of the chemical solution is changed before and after the operation of the button 8, it is determined that the operation is a derivation operation (Steps S2 to S6 in FIG. 10). For this reason, when the button 8 is operated in a state where a predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled in the storage chamber S2, and the malfunction of the injection device 2 in which the chemical solution is not derived occurs, the operation is performed as the derivation operation. It is possible to avoid counting. Therefore, a more accurate number of injections of the chemical solution can be obtained.

  In the embodiment, after the operation of the button 8, the filling amount is detected after waiting for the operation of the injection tool 2 for a predetermined waiting time (steps S4 and S5 in FIG. 10). Therefore, it can prevent more reliably that the frequency | count of operation is counted about the said malfunctioning of the injection tool 2. FIG.

  In the embodiment, it is determined that a plurality of operations within a specified time is a single operation. Thus, for example, when the button 8 is operated by striking a plurality of times (for example, when the drug solution is an anesthetic, the pain becomes severe) when the button 8 is operated by pressing the button 8 substantially. It can be counted as one operation.

  In addition, the injection device 2 is configured so that the drug solution is not led out beyond a predetermined amount even when operated a plurality of times in a short period of time. Specifically, in order to limit the derivation frequency of the chemical solution, the chemical solution is filled into the storage chamber S2 over a lockout time defined by the flow rate adjusting member 16. Therefore, even if the operation is performed a plurality of times within a short period due to the lockout time, the chemical solution is not injected more than the predetermined injection amount. Therefore, considering the specification of the injection tool 2, it is desirable to regard the plurality of operations within the specified period as substantially one operation.

  Therefore, according to the embodiment, the number of injections of the chemical solution can be accurately counted.

  In the counting device 3 according to the embodiment, the derivation operation is stored not in the current time but in relation to the count number counted up from the time of power supply. Thereby, since it becomes unnecessary to hold | maintain the present time, the information for pinpointing the frequency | count of derivation | leading operation and the time when derivation | leading operation was performed can be obtained, reducing the capacity | capacitance of the battery of the counting device 3. Specifically, in order to maintain the current time, it is necessary to always supply power from the time of completion of the product. On the other hand, in order to operate the count-up unit 26, after the start of use (withdrawing the insulating plate 19d) Power supply from after operation is enough. Then, based on the count number measured by the count-up unit 26 at the present time and the current time, the relationship between the past count number by the count-up unit 26 and the time can be specified. Therefore, the time at the time when the button 8 is operated can be specified.

  Specifically, since the display device 4 according to the embodiment includes the time specifying unit 38 that holds the current time, the battery capacity of the counting device 3 can be reduced. Here, the display device 4 requires a large-capacity power supply compared to the counting device 3 in order to operate the display unit 33. Therefore, even if the display device 4 is charged with power for holding the current time, the influence on the capacity of the power source of the display device 4 is small.

  In the above embodiment, the count number and the blank shot operation at the time of blank shot operation detection are stored in association with each other (step S9 in FIG. 10). Thereby, the frequency | count and time (The frequency | count and time when a patient felt pain if a chemical | medical solution was an anesthetic) can be grasped | ascertained.

  In the embodiment, power can be supplied from the power providing unit 40 of the display device 4 to the count storage unit 30 of the counting device 3. Therefore, even if the power in the counting device 3 is insufficient, the memory can be held in the count storage unit 30 composed of a non-volatile memory, and the power is supplied from the display device 4 to the count storage unit 30. The stored information can be displayed on the display unit 33.

  The display device 4 according to the embodiment can store and display information stored in the plurality of counting devices 3. Therefore, one display device 4 can be used in common for the plurality of counting devices 3. Therefore, the usage quantity of the expensive display device 4 can be reduced compared with the counting device 3 due to having the display unit 33.

  The display device 4 according to the embodiment can output information stored in the display storage unit 39 to the PC 5 via the third communication unit 36. Therefore, a medical worker can centrally manage a plurality of patients using the PC 5.

  The display device 4 according to the embodiment can be attached to and detached from the counting device 3. Thereby, the display device 4 can be detached from the counting device 3 when the injection device 2 is used. Therefore, it is not necessary for the patient to be aware that the number of operations of the injection tool 2 is counted. Therefore, the intentional operation or non-operation of the patient can be suppressed, and the number of operations of the injection tool 2 can be accurately counted.

  In the embodiment, the configuration in which the counting device 3 and the display unit 33 are separately provided has been described. However, the display unit 33 may be provided integrally with the counting device 3.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Management system 2 Injection tool 3 Counting device 4 Display apparatus 8 Button (an example of derivation | leading-out operation part)
10 Sliding member (an example of a filled container)
12 Second bellows (an example of a filled container)
17 Sealing member (an example of a filling container)
19a Printed circuit board 19b Battery 19d Insulating plate (an example of a switching operation unit)
19e 1st communication part 22 Lever 24 Bus bar 26 Count-up part 27 Operation detection part 28 Filling quantity detection part 29 Determination part 30 Count storage part 31 Power supply part 33 Display part 34 Display operation part 35 2nd communication part 36 3rd communication part 38 time specifying unit 39 display storage unit 40 power providing unit 41 fourth communication unit

Claims (13)

  1. A filling container capable of filling a predetermined amount of the chemical solution; and a derivation operation unit for receiving an operation for deriving the chemical solution from the filling container, wherein the derivation is performed in a state where the predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled. While the operation unit is operated, the chemical solution in the filling container is led out, while the derivation of the chemical solution is restricted even if the derivation operation unit is operated in a state where the filling container is filled with the chemical solution less than the predetermined amount. A counting device that counts the number of injections of the chemical solution by the infusion device,
    An operation detection unit for detecting whether or not the derivation operation unit is operated;
    A filling amount detection unit for detecting whether or not the predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled in the filling container;
    Whether or not the operation detected by the operation detection unit is a derivation operation for deriving a chemical solution based on the detection result by the filling amount detection unit when the operation detection unit detects an operation of the derivation operation unit. A determination unit for determining whether or not
    A count storage unit for storing the number of derivation operations;
    Equipped with a,
    The counting storage unit, when the determination unit determines that the operation detected by the operation detection unit is an empty operation that is an operation other than the derivation operation, Remember separately,
    The determination unit determines the operation within the specified period as a single operation when the operation of the derivation operation unit by the operation detection unit is detected a plurality of times within the specified period. apparatus.
  2. The injection device counting device according to claim 1 , wherein the filling amount detection unit detects a change in volume of the filling container accompanying filling with a chemical solution.
  3. The determination unit detects an operation of the derivation operation unit by the operation detection unit in a state where the filling amount detection unit determines that a predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled, and an operation by the operation detection unit of when the filling amount of the chemical liquid by the filling amount detection unit after the detection is determined not to be the predetermined amount, determines that the detected by the operation detection unit operation is the derivation operation, according to claim 1 or 2 The injection device counting device according to claim 1.
  4. The injection device counting device according to claim 3 , wherein the determination unit performs detection by the filling amount detection unit after a predetermined standby period has elapsed after the operation detection unit detects an operation of the derivation operation unit. .
  5. A battery for supplying power for operating the counting device, a switching operation unit for performing a switching operation from a state in which power supply from the battery is blocked to a state in which the power supply is permitted, and a switching operation unit A count-up unit that counts up the time from when the power supply is permitted by operation,
    The count storage unit associates the count number measured by the count-up unit when the operation detection unit detects an operation of the derivation operation unit with the derivation operation detected by the operation detection unit. The counting device for an injection tool according to any one of claims 1 to 4 , wherein the counting device is stored.
  6. The counting memory unit, said blank beating operation is stored in association with said count number measured by counting section blank beating operation at the time is detected, the counting device of the injection device of claim 5 .
  7. A display device for displaying information stored in the counting device according to claim 5 or 6 ,
    A second communication unit capable of communicating with the first communication unit provided in the counting device to output the information stored in the counting storage unit;
    A time specifying unit that holds the current time and specifies the time of the operation detected by the operation detection unit based on the current time and the count number measured by the count-up unit,
    A display device comprising: a display unit that displays an operation content input via the second communication unit in association with a time specified by the time specifying unit.
  8. A display device for displaying information stored in the counting device according to any one of claims 1 to 6 ,
    A second communication unit capable of communicating with the first communication unit provided in the counting device to output the information stored in the counting storage unit;
    A display device comprising a display unit capable of displaying information input via the second communication unit.
  9. A power providing unit capable of providing the counting device with power from a power source provided in the display device;
    The counting memory unit, a nonvolatile memory, display device according to claim 7 or 8.
  10. A display storage unit capable of storing information respectively input from the count storage units of the plurality of counting devices by sequentially communicating with the plurality of counting devices;
    Wherein among the display stored in the storage unit information and a display operation unit for switching the information to be displayed on the display unit, the display device according to any one of claims 7-9.
  11. Said display information stored in the storage unit further comprises a third communication unit can output to other management device, a display device according to claim 1 0.
  12. Detachable from the said counting device, a display device according to any one of claims 7-11.
  13. An injection device with a counting function, comprising: the counting device according to any one of claims 1 to 6 ; and an injection device to which the counting device is attached and the number of injections of a chemical solution is counted by the counting device. And
    The injection tool is:
    A filling container capable of filling a predetermined amount of chemical liquid;
    A derivation operation unit that receives an operation for deriving a chemical from the filling container,
    The derivation operation unit is operated in a state where the predetermined amount of the chemical solution is filled in the filling container to derive the chemical solution in the filling container, while the filling vessel is filled with the less than the predetermined amount of chemical solution. An infusion device in which the derivation of the drug solution is restricted even when the derivation operation unit is operated in a state.
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