KR101155438B1 - A styptic device - Google Patents

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KR101155438B1
KR101155438B1 KR1020100007863A KR20100007863A KR101155438B1 KR 101155438 B1 KR101155438 B1 KR 101155438B1 KR 1020100007863 A KR1020100007863 A KR 1020100007863A KR 20100007863 A KR20100007863 A KR 20100007863A KR 101155438 B1 KR101155438 B1 KR 101155438B1
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The present invention is expanded by injecting air to more accurately and quickly hemostasis the vascular puncture site and the puncture passage from the vascular puncture site to the skin incision site after the procedure such as angiography, percutaneous angiography, etc. A polygonal side surface portion is formed between the flange of the elastic bulb and the hemispherical protrusion, and an aiming mark portion is formed at the center of the hemispherical protrusion, and a bulb aiming guide is formed on the boundary line between the polygon side and the hemispherical protrusion. It precisely detects the puncture site and presses it intensively, and also compresses the puncture passage from the incision site of the skin to the puncture site of the blood vessels more strongly, thereby providing a compression hemostatic device that exerts a quick hemostatic effect.

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Compression hemostatic device {A styptic device}

The present invention relates to a compression hemostatic device, and more specifically, to a small incision about 3 mm of the patient's skin, and then to a thin tube such as a catheter or sheath, a blood vessel such as the femoral or radial artery of the patient. After angiography and percutaneous angiography, which allows the vessel to be seen through X-ray by injecting a contrast agent, the puncture passage from the vessel puncture site to the skin incision site is more accurate and rapid. Compression hemostatic device that can give a bleeding.

In general, the location of the skin incision and the actual puncture vessels during the procedure, such as angiography, depends on the skin thickness (t) of the patient.

Skin thickness (t) is about 1.4 cm for men and 1.7 cm for women in the thigh.

Therefore, when the angle θ between the skin s and the puncture needle n is 45 °, an ideal hemostatic point, that is, between the incision site p1 of the skin s and the puncture site p2 of the blood vessel b, is obtained. The distance d on the skin surface is 1.3-1.8 cm.

In addition, after angiography and the like, a procedure for preventing puncture passage from the punctured blood vessel to the incisional skin is required. In particular, when performing the femoral artery, the puncture region is usually carried out by hand for 30 minutes to several hours. There was a problem that both the operator and the patient were very difficult and uncomfortable because they had to maintain an additional pressure for several hours or a day to put the sandbag on the puncture site after direct compression.

Examples of solutions to the above problems include hemostatic devices disclosed in Korean Laid-Open Patent Publication No. 2007-0055754, and compression hemostatic bands disclosed in Korean Patent No. 0798407.

Conventional hemostatic device and pressure hemostatic band as described above is a bulb that is expanded to the lower side by injecting air by connecting the upper transparent window and the edge connected to the air injection valve, and the band for fixing the bulb to the hemostatic target site Hemostatic hemostasis by simply pressing the hemostatic target site with a hemispherical bulb, or by pressing the hemostatic target site in multiple stages by forming a lower surface of the expanded bulb into a flat area with a large area. Although it was possible to obtain an effect, the bulb's inflation pressure was distributed to and around the hemostatic part, so that the bulb's inflation pressure could not be concentrated toward the hemostatic part, and thus the hemostatic effect could not be enhanced.

In addition, the conventional hemostatic device and the compression hemostatic band is to press the incision site (p1) of the skin (s) visible to the eye as shown in FIG. There was also a disadvantage that can not effectively press the puncture part (p2).

An object of the present invention is to provide a compression hemostatic device that can more accurately detect the hemostatic target site and exerts an excellent hemostatic effect by intensively compressing the hemostatic target site.

The present invention relates to a pressure hemostatic device, comprising a viscous band having an opening in the center, a transparent window connected to an air injection valve and bonded to the periphery of the opening at the bottom of the viscous band, and bonded to the bottom edge of the transparent window. It consists of an elastic bulb having a hemispherical protrusion which is expanded by injecting air through the air injection valve, and the aiming indicator is formed in the center of the hemispherical protrusion, the flange and the hemispherical shape of the elastic bulb A polygonal side surface portion is formed between the protrusions, and a bulb aiming guide portion is formed on the boundary line between the polygon side surface portion and the hemispherical protrusion portion, and the distance between the bulb aiming guide portion and the aiming display portion is between the incision portion of the skin and the puncture portion of the blood vessel. To correspond with distance And that is characterized.

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According to the present invention, a polygonal side surface portion is formed between the flange of the elastic bulb and the hemispherical protrusion, and a bulb aiming guide portion is formed on the boundary line between the polygonal side surface portion and the hemispherical protrusion, and an aiming display portion is formed at the center of the hemispherical protrusion. Based on the possible incisions of the skin, it is possible to precisely search and press the punctures of the inner blood vessels, which are invisible to the eye, and to pierce the puncture passages from the incisions of the skin to the punctures of the blood vessels. Because it is a strong pressure, it has the advantage of exerting a quick hemostatic effect.

1 is a plan view of the compression hemostatic device according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 2 is a perspective view showing a state in which the band, the transparent window and the bulb shown in Figure 1 separated.
Figure 3 is a cross-sectional view illustrating the location of the skin incision and angioplasty during the procedure of angiography.
Figure 4 is an exemplary use state showing a state of searching for a hemostatic target site with a compression hemostatic device according to an embodiment of the present invention.
5 is an exemplary state of use showing that the bulb of the compression hemostatic device according to an embodiment of the present invention is expanded to press the puncture passage leading from the punctured blood vessel to the incision skin.

The present invention will be described in more detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

1 to 5, the pressure hemostatic device according to the present invention has an adhesive band 12 having an opening 10 at the center, and an air injection valve 14 connected thereto. Air through the transparent window 16 bonded to the periphery of the opening 10 from the bottom side, the flange 20 bonded to the bottom edge 18 of the transparent window 16 and the air injection valve 14 In the elastic bulb 24 comprising a hemispherical protrusion 22 that is expanded by injecting the polygonal side portion 25 between the flange 20 and the hemispherical protrusion 22 of the elastic bulb 24 A bulb aiming guide portion 26 is formed on the boundary line between the polygonal side portion 25 and the hemispherical protrusion 22, and an aiming display portion 28 is formed at the center of the hemispherical protrusion 22. It is characterized by being.

In the present invention, the distance d 'between the bulb aiming guide portion 26 and the aiming indicator portion 28 is the distance between the cut portion p1 of the skin s and the puncture portion p2 of the blood vessel b. The polygonal side surface portion 25 is formed between the flange 20 and the hemispherical protrusion 22 so as to be identical with (d).

The polygonal side portion 25 is made of, for example, pentagonal or hexagonal, and provides a multi-hollow hollow angle to inject air through the air injection valve 14 toward the transparent window 16 so that the elastic bulb 24 is provided. When inflated to concentrate the expansion pressure of the elastic bulb 24 toward the hemispherical protrusion (22).

The present invention configured as described above, first, aiming at the center of the hemispherical protrusion 22 of the elastic bulb 24 seen through the transparent window 16 in a state in which the elastic bulb 24 is not expanded as illustrated in FIG. 4. Align the indicator 28 with the incision p1 of the skin s, and then the bulb aiming guide 26 between the hemispherical protrusion 22 and the polygonal side portion 25 of the elastic bulb 24 is When the elastic bulb 24 is moved in the direction of the arrow a so as to coincide with the cutout portion p1 of the skin s, the center of the hemispherical protrusion 22 is the puncture portion of the blood vessel b in the skin s ( p2). Subsequently, the release paper 30 of the band 12 is removed, and then the adhesive layer 32 of the band 12 is attached to the patient's skin s to fix the position of the elastic bulb 24. When the air is injected from the window 16 to make the elastic bulb 24 flat as illustrated in FIG. 5, the center of the hemispherical protrusion 22 is located at the puncture portion of the blood vessel b in the skin s. The expansion pressure of the elastic bulb 24 is concentrated toward the hemispherical protrusion 22 by the polygonal side portion 25 in the state of being located directly above the blood vessel at the incision p1 of the skin s. The puncture passage (w) leading to the puncture portion (p2) of b) will be pressed more strongly, thereby exhibiting a rapid hemostatic effect.

In the present invention, in order to bleed the puncture passage (w) while removing the catheter or siege in the puncture passage (w), the elastic bulb 24 is inflated so as to remove the catheter or seeds at first. Air is injected, and the catheter or sheath is removed from the puncture passage (w) and a large amount of air is preferably injected.

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  2. A transparent window 16 which is connected to an adhesive band 12 having an opening 10 at the center, and an air injection valve 14, and joined to the periphery of the opening 10 at the bottom of the adhesive band 12. And a hemispherical protrusion 22 having a flange 20 joined to the bottom edge 18 of the transparent window 16 and expanded by injecting air through the air injection valve 14. A bulb 24 is formed, and in the center of the hemispherical protrusion 22, an aiming indicator 28 is formed, and between the flange 20 of the elastic bulb 24 and the hemispherical protrusion 22, a polygonal side portion ( 25 is formed, a bulb aiming guide portion 26 is formed on the boundary line between the polygon side surface portion 25 and the hemispherical protrusion 22, the bulb aiming guide portion 26 and the aiming display portion 28 Distance between the incision of the skin and the puncture of the blood vessel Pressure hemostatic mechanism, characterized in that it is so as to correspond to the distance between the above.
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