KR101788243B1 - Surgical linear stapler - Google Patents

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KR101788243B1
KR101788243B1 KR1020150174204A KR20150174204A KR101788243B1 KR 101788243 B1 KR101788243 B1 KR 101788243B1 KR 1020150174204 A KR1020150174204 A KR 1020150174204A KR 20150174204 A KR20150174204 A KR 20150174204A KR 101788243 B1 KR101788243 B1 KR 101788243B1
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The present invention relates to a staple cartridge having a built-in staple for sealing a surgical site; A cartridge receiving channel in which a cartridge receiving groove in which the staple cartridge is accommodated is formed; An envelope corresponding to the staple cartridge and forming the staple discharged from the staple cartridge; And a cutter disposed in a rear region of the staple cartridge and cutting a surgical site disposed between the staple cartridge and the anvil while moving along the longitudinal direction of the staple cartridge by an external force, A first cutter guiding portion for guiding the movement of the cutter along a longitudinal direction of the first cutter guide portion and a second cutter guide portion for guiding movement of the cutter along a longitudinal direction of the first cutter guide portion, And a left envail groove having a first left envail groove that is disposed closest to a left side of the first cutter guide portion with respect to a width direction of the envelope is formed, In order to secure a tissue area for pathological examination that is not damaged by the center line The first distance from the center line of the first cutter guide portion to the centerline of the first cutter guide portion has a larger value than the second distance from the centerline of the first left envail groove to the centerline of the first cutter guide portion.

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Technical Field [0001] The present invention relates to a surgical linear stapler,

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a linear staple device for surgery, and more particularly, to a linear staple device for surgery which can stably and easily obtain a tissue for pathological examination without being damaged by staples in a process of sewing and cutting a surgical site will be.

Generally, a surgical stapling apparatus is a medical apparatus widely used for cutting and anastomosing organs in abdominal and thoracic organ surgery. Such surgical staple devices include an open stapler used in an open or open state, and an endo stapler used in a thoracoscopic or laparoscopic device.

Since the surgical stapling device can perform the anastomosis of the organs at the same time as the surgery site, it has the advantage of not only shortening the operation time, but also achieving accurate suturing of the surgical site. In addition, surgical stapling devices have been used extensively in modern surgery due to their faster recovery and less scarring than using surgical sutures for tissue cutting and suturing. In particular, surgical staple devices are widely used for cutting cancer tissues and sealing the cut site in cancer surgery.

However, among the surgical sites that are sutured by the conventional staple apparatus and removed after cutting, the biotissue located adjacent to the cut surface obtained for the frozen section histology is damaged due to the staple tissue, so that the cancer margin remains in the cutting margin There is a problem in that it is difficult to accurately inspect it.

Korean Patent Publication No. 10-0646762 (entitled "Surgical staples and automatic papers having the same", published on Nov. 23, 2006)

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION It is an object of the present invention to provide a surgical staple line surgical device capable of stably and easily obtaining tissue for pathological examination without being damaged by staples in a process of sewing and cutting a surgical site.

In order to solve the above problems, the present invention provides a staple cartridge including a staple cartridge having staples for sealing a surgical site; A cartridge receiving channel in which a cartridge receiving groove in which the staple cartridge is accommodated is formed; An envelope corresponding to the staple cartridge and forming the staple discharged from the staple cartridge; And a cutter disposed in a rear region of the staple cartridge and cutting the surgical site disposed between the staple cartridge and the anvil while moving along the longitudinal direction of the staple cartridge by an external force do.

A first cutter guiding portion for guiding the movement of the cutter along a longitudinal direction of the envelope; and a second cutter guide portion for guiding the movement of the cutter along a longitudinal direction of the envelope, the first cutter guide portion being disposed nearest to the right side of the first cutter guide portion, A left end bill groove having a bill groove and a left end bill groove having a first left bill groove that is disposed closest to the left side of the first cutter guide portion with respect to a width direction of the aptitude can be formed.

The first distance from the centerline of the first right-hand envilhole to the centerline of the first cutter guide portion may be greater than the first distance from the centerline of the second right- The first distance from the center line of the left-hand end groove to the center line of the first cutter guide portion.

The right envyle groove may further include a second right envyle groove formed on the right side of the first right envyle groove. The left envail groove may include a second left envail groove formed on a left side of the first left envail groove and a third left envail groove formed on a left side of the second left envail groove.

Here, the first distance may have the same value as the third distance from the center line of the second left envail groove to the center line of the first cutter guide portion.

Wherein a depth of the first right enamel groove is greater than a depth of the second right enamel groove so as to more firmly fix a region of the surgical site to be stapled by the staple to the first cutter guide portion, It can have a small value.

In order to make the height of the stapling area of the surgical site remaining in the surgical site lower than the height of the stapling area of the surgical site to be removed, the depth of the left envail groove may have a smaller value than the depth of the right envail groove have.

The staple cartridge includes a second cutter guide portion for guiding the movement of the cutter along a longitudinal direction of the staple cartridge, a right staple discharge hole corresponding to the right envirlet hole, and a left staple discharge hole corresponding to the left envi- And a protruding portion may be formed between the second cutter guide portion and the first right staple discharge hole of the right staple discharge hole on the upper surface of the cartridge body.

The leg length of the right staple formed by the right enamel groove and the leg length of the left staple formed by the left enamel groove may have different values.

A right pushing member for pushing the right staple toward the outside of the right staple ejecting hole to eject the right staple and a left pushing member for pushing the left staple toward the outside of the left staple ejecting hole to eject the left staple, The right pressing member and the left pressing member may have different lengths from each other.

Effects of the linear staple apparatus for surgery according to the present invention will be described as follows.

The first and second cutter guiding portions are formed so that the distance between the right envirle groove and the left envirle groove disposed on both sides of the first cutter guide portion and the first cutter guide portion are different from each other, The cutting margin of the biopsy for histological examination in the organ tissue removed by making the distance to the stapling line of the organ removed based on the cutting plane to be larger than the distance to the stapling line of the surgical site remaining in the human body . As a result, there is an advantage that a tissue area for pathological examination that is not damaged by staples in the organ tissue to be removed can be stably and easily secured.

Second, in order to fix the area closer to the first cutter guide part of the area stapled by the staple at the surgical site removed from the surgical site, the depth of the first right envirle groove is set to a depth of the second right envi- So that the skin tissue is firmly held on the first right stapling line, so that the contents of the surgical site, for example, blood and the like do not leak out.

Third, the leg length of the right staple formed by the right envirct groove is formed longer than the leg length of the left staple formed by the left envirour groove, so that the tissue of the surgical site, which is removed and removed, is looser, There is an advantage that damage can be minimized.

Fourth, since the protrusion is disposed between the first right staple discharging opening and the second cutter guiding portion of the upper surface of the cartridge body, when the staple cartridge is clamped at the surgical site, when the cutter cuts the surgical site, There is an advantage that the surgical site can be stably cut by pressing the periphery while holding it.

1 is a view showing a first embodiment of a surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present invention.
FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view of a staple cartridge and an envelope included in the surgical linear staple apparatus of FIG. 1;
Fig. 3 is a view showing a surface of the envelope of Fig. 2 in contact with skin tissue. Fig.
FIG. 4 is a view illustrating a state in which a surgical site is sealed and cut by the surgical linear staple apparatus of FIG. 1. FIG.
5 is a cross-sectional view of a staple cartridge and an envelope included in a second embodiment of a surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present invention.
6 is a cross-sectional view of a staple cartridge and an envelope included in a third embodiment of the surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present invention.
7 is a cross-sectional view of a staple cartridge included in a fourth embodiment of the surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present invention.
8 is a view showing a fifth embodiment of a surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present invention.

Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention in which the above-mentioned problems to be solved can be specifically realized will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings. In describing the embodiments, the same names and the same symbols are used for the same configurations, and additional description therefor will be omitted below.

A first embodiment of a surgical linear staple apparatus capable of obtaining a tissue for pathology examination according to the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. 1 to 4 as follows.

1 to 4, the surgical linear staple apparatus includes a main body 100, a rotating head 200, an extending shaft 300, a stapling shaft 400, a staple cartridge 500, and a cutter 600. [ .

The main body 100 includes a support handle 110 that can be gripped by a user, an operation handle 120 and a stroke bar 130 disposed in front of the support handle 110 and hinged to the support handle 110, .

The stroke bar 130 is connected to the pulling handle 131 while being connected to the operation handle 120 while passing through the upper extension shaft 300 and the rotary head 200.

The stroke bar 130 is moved forward by the operation of the operation handle 120 and the stroke bar 130 is moved in the forward direction as the user pulls the pulling handle 131 backward. Moves backward.

The pulling handle 131 is moved back and forth along the longitudinal direction of the main body 100 along the guide slots 101 formed along the lengthwise and backward directions on the left and right sides of the main body 100.

The rotary head 200 is disposed in front of the main body 100 and includes the extension shaft 300 and the stapling shaft 400 at the front of the main body 100 with the stroke bar 130 built therein. As shown in FIG.

The extension shaft 300 is disposed between the stapling shaft 400 and the rotary head 200 and a portion of the stroke bar 130 is disposed inside the extension shaft 300.

The stapling shaft 400 includes an envelope 410 and a cartridge receiving channel 420. A cartridge receiving groove (not shown) is formed in the cartridge receiving channel 420 to accommodate the staple cartridge 500 have.

The staple cartridge 500 includes a staple for sealing a surgical site. The staple cartridge 500 has the staple cartridge 500 formed thereon.

The cutter 600 is disposed in the rear region of the staple cartridge 500 and is disposed between the staple cartridge 500 and the envelope 410 while moving along the longitudinal direction of the staple cartridge 500 by an external force. And then the surgical site is cut.

The structure of the envelope 410 and the staple cartridge 500 will be described in detail as follows.

The vane 410 is provided with a first cutter guide portion 415 for guiding the movement of the cutter 600 along the longitudinal direction of the vane 410, A left enamel groove 411 disposed on the right side of the cutter guide portion 415 and a left enamel groove 411 disposed on the left side of the first cutter guide portion 415 with respect to the width direction of the envelope 410 413 are formed.

The right enamel groove 411 includes a first right enamel groove 411a disposed nearest to the right of the first cutter guide 415 and a second right enamel groove 411b formed on the right side of the first right enamel groove 411a And a second right envirle groove 411b.

The left enamel groove 413 includes a first left enamel groove 413a disposed nearest to the left of the first cutter guide 415 and a second left enamel groove 413a formed on the left side of the first left enamel groove 413a A second left enamel groove 413b formed on the left side of the second left enamel groove 413b and a third left enamel groove 413c formed on the left side of the second left enamel groove 413b.

As a result, the right enamel groove 411 is formed in two rows in the right direction of the first cutter guide portion 415, and the left enamel groove 413 is formed in the left direction of the first cutter guide portion 415 Three columns. Of course, the present invention is not limited to this, and the left envyle groove 413 may be formed in two rows.

Here, in order to secure a tissue area for pathological examination that is not damaged by the staple at the surgical site removed from the surgical site, a center line of the first right enamel groove 411a is formed at a center line of the first cutter guide unit 415, Is greater than a second distance (D2) from the center line of the first left enamel groove (413a) to the center line of the first cutter guide portion (415).

 The first distance D1 has the same value as the third distance from the center line of the second left enamel groove 413b to the center line of the first cutter guide portion 415. [

The fourth distance from the center line of the second right enamel groove 411b to the center line of the first cutter guide portion 415 is larger than the distance from the center line of the third left enamel groove 413c to the center of the first cutter guide portion 415 ) Of the center line of the center line. Here, the depths of the left and right envail grooves 413 and 413 are the same.

Of course, the present invention is not limited to this, and the first distance and the third distance may have different values, and the fourth distance and the fifth distance may have different values as necessary.

On the outer surface of the envelope 410, an identification means 417 for identifying the correct position of the surgical linear staple apparatus is disposed.

Specifically, the identification means 417 displays the position of the right end bill 411 so as to be included in the surgical site where the pathology examination tissue region is removed, that is, the first surgery site (C).

The identification means 417 may be attached to the envelope 410 in the form of a tape or a shaped protrusion having an externally identifiable color. Of course, the identification means 417 may be made of a material containing a fluorescent material, or may be provided in the form of an illumination such as an LED. The identification means 417 may be disposed on at least one of the outer surface of the envelope 410 and the outer surface of the cartridge receiving channel 420.

As a result, by providing the identification means 417 for indicating the position of the right staple discharge hole 511, it is possible to prevent the tissue area for pathology examination from being included in the surgical site of the organ to be removed, thereby preventing errors during the surgery.

The staple cartridge 500 includes a second cutter guide portion 515 for guiding the movement of the cutter 600 along the longitudinal direction of the staple cartridge 500, And a cartridge body 510 having a right staple ejecting hole 511 and a left staple ejecting hole 513 corresponding to the left enamel groove 413.

The second cutter guide portion 515 is provided in the form of a hole in a central portion of the cartridge body 510. Of course, the present invention is not limited to this, and the second cutter guide portion 515 may be formed at a position deviated from the widthwise center of the cartridge body 510.

The right staple discharging hole 511 has a first right staple discharging hole 511a disposed nearest to the right of the second cutter guiding portion 515 and a second right staple discharging hole 511b located on the right side of the first right staple discharging hole 511a And a second right-side staple discharging hole 511b formed in the right-side staple discharging hole 511b.

The first right staple discharging hole 511a corresponds to the first right staple discharging hole 411a and the second right staple discharging hole 511b corresponds to the second right staple discharging hole 411b, The first right staple discharging hole 511a is provided with a first right staple 1a and the second right staple discharging hole 511b is provided with a second right staple 1b.

The left staple discharging hole 513 has a first left staple discharging hole 513a disposed closest to the left side of the second cutter guiding portion 515 and a second left staple discharging hole 513b disposed on the left side of the first left staple discharging hole 513a And a third left staple discharging hole 513c formed on the left side of the second left staple discharging hole 513b. The second left staple discharging hole 513b is formed in the second left staple discharging hole 513b.

The first left staple ejection hole 513a corresponds to the first left enamel groove 413a and the second left staple ejection hole 513b corresponds to the second left enamel groove 413b, The three left staple discharge holes 513c correspond to the third left envyle groove 413c.

 Here, a first left staple 3a is disposed in the first left staple discharging hole 513a, a second left staple 3b is disposed in the second left staple discharging hole 513b, The staple discharging hole 513c is provided with a third left staple 3c.

The number of rows of the left staple discharging holes 513 may be greater than the number of rows of the right staple discharging holes 511. In this case, ) Is more preferably formed.

This is because the surgical site to be stitched by the left staple 3 discharged from the left staple discharging hole 513 is a portion remaining in the human body so that the surgical site has to be closely packed while the right staple discharging hole 511 This is because the surgical site that is stitched by the discharged right staple 1 is a portion to be removed, so that it is not necessary to be relatively compact.

The first right staple discharging hole 511a is formed in the first left staple discharging hole 511a on the basis of the second cutter guiding portion 515 to secure a tissue examination area that is not damaged by the staples in the surgical area, (513a).

A protrusion 517 protrudes from the upper surface of the cartridge body 510 between the second cutter guide portion 515 and the first right staple discharge hole 511a.

The protruding portion 517 allows the cutter 600 to press and hold around the cut surface when cutting the surgical portion in a state where the anvil 410 and the staple cartridge 500 clamp the surgical site, So that it can be stably cut.

The projecting portion 517 minimizes the tightening interval between the envelope 410 and the staple cartridge 500 when the envelope 410 and the staple cartridge 500 clamp the surgical site.

The protrusions 517 may have a circular arc shape and protrude straight along the longitudinal direction of the cartridge body or may protrude with a certain distance in the form of embossing.

Of course, the present invention is not limited to this, and the protrusion 517 may not be formed.

4A, the surgical site A disposed on the upper portion of the staple cartridge 500 is divided into two surgical sites by the cutter 600 with reference to the virtual cutting line A0. Is cut. One of the two surgical sites is a first surgical site (C) to be removed, and the other is a second surgical site (B) remaining in the human body.

4B, the first surgical site C has two rows of staple lines parallel to the cut surface A1, and the second surgical site B is parallel to the cut surface A1 I have three rows of staple lines.

 The distance D1 between the first right stapling line 1aa near the cut surface A1 and the cut surface A1 among the staple lines of the first operation site C is smaller than the distance D1 between the second operation site B Of the stapling lines of the first stapling line (3a) close to the cut surface and the cut surface (A1).

The living tissue between the first right-side stapling line 1aa and the cut surface A1 of the first surgical site C is not damaged at all by the staples, which is suitable for the pathology examination.

The distance D1 between the cut surface A1 and the first right stapling line 1aa may be any distance to obtain the tissue for pathological examination. However, the distance D1 between the cut surface A1 and the first right- And has a distance substantially the same as the distance from the second right-hand stapling line to the cutting surface A1 among the lines.

This is because when the surgical site A is cut by the cutter 600, the position at which the staple catches the surgical site A on both sides of the second cutter guide 515, that is, The surgical site A can be cut more stably.

As a result, in the process of cutting and sealing one organ to two regions, the distance to the staple line of the organ to be removed based on the cutting plane is made larger than the distance to the staple line of the surgical site remaining in the human body The cutting margin of the biopsy for biopsy is not damaged at the surgical site. Thereby, it is possible to stably and easily secure a tissue area for pathological examination that is not damaged by the staple at the surgical site of the organs to be removed.

5, a section of a staple cartridge and an envelope included in the second embodiment of the surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present invention will be described.

The configurations of the surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present embodiment are similar to those of the surgical staple apparatus according to the first embodiment. However, the envelope 710 provided in the surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present embodiment is different from the envelope provided in the surgical linear staple apparatus according to the first embodiment described above.

Specifically, the envelope 710 is formed with a first cutter guide portion 715, a right envyle groove 711, and a left envyle groove 713 arranged in the left direction, and the right envyle groove 711 And a second right envyle groove 711b. The left envyle groove 713 includes a first left enveille groove 713a, a second left enveille groove 713b, And a third left en-bolt groove 713c.

Here, the depth H1 of the first right enamel groove may be greater than the depth H1 of the first right enamel groove in order to more firmly fix a region of the surgical site, (H2) of the second right-hand annular groove.

That is, the staple height on the first right stapling line after the molding of the first right staple 1a corresponding to the first rightembale groove 711a is greater than the staple height on the second right stapling line corresponding to the second right staple 711b, Becomes smaller than the staple height on the second right stapling line after the forming of the first skin 1b, thereby holding the skin tissue more tightly.

By holding the skin tissue firmly on the first right stapling line, the contents of the surgical site, for example, blood, and the like do not leak out.

Similarly, the depth of the first left envyle groove 713a is larger than the depth of the second left envyle groove 713a in order to more firmly fix a region of the stapled region remaining in the surgical site, And the depth of the second left envail groove 713b is smaller than the depth of the third left envyle groove 713c.

The staple height on the first left stapling line after the molding of the first left staple 3a corresponding to the first left envyle groove 713a is made the smallest at the remaining surgical site so that the content of the remaining surgery site leaks And the staple height on the third left stapling line after the molding of the third left staple 3c corresponding to the third left envyle groove 713c is made the highest so that the pressure applied to the remaining portion of the surgical site .

6, a section of a staple cartridge and an envelope provided in a third embodiment of the surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present invention will be described.

The configurations of the surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present embodiment are similar to those of the surgical staple apparatus according to the first embodiment. However, the envelope 810 provided in the surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present embodiment is different from the envelope provided in the surgical linear staple apparatus according to the first embodiment described above.

Specifically, the first cutter guide portion 815, the right envyle groove 811 and the left envyle groove 813 are formed in the vane 810, and the right envyle groove 811 is formed And includes a first right enamel groove 811a and a second right enamel groove 811b. The left enamel groove 813 includes a first left enbole groove 813a, a second left enbole groove 813b, And a third left en-bolt groove 813c.

Here, in order to make the height of the stapling area of the surgical site remaining in the surgical site lower than the height of the stapling area of the surgical site to be removed, the first depth H1 of the left envir- And has a smaller value than the second depth H2.

The first right and left second annular grooves 811a and 411b have the same second depth H2 and the first left envyle groove 813a and the second left envyle groove 813b And the third left enamel groove 813c all have the same first depth H1.

This is because the remaining surgical site remains in the human body so that the contents do not leak more safely.

7, a cross section of a staple cartridge provided in a fourth embodiment of the surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present invention will be described.

The configurations of the surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present embodiment are similar to those of the surgical staple apparatus according to the first embodiment. However, the staple cartridge included in the surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present embodiment differs from the staple cartridge included in the surgical linear staple apparatus according to the first embodiment described above.

The staple cartridge includes a cartridge body 1200, a left pressing member 1280, a right pressing member 1270, and a second pressing member 1260 formed with a second cutter guide portion 1240, a right staple discharging hole 1210 and a left staple discharging hole 1220, And a driving wedge 1290.

The right staple discharging hole 1210 includes a first right staple discharging hole 1211 and a second right staple discharging hole 1213. The left staple discharging hole 1220 includes a first left staple discharging hole 1211, A second left staple discharging hole 1213, and a third left staple discharging hole 1215.

A right staple 6 is disposed in the right staple discharging hole 1210 and a left staple 7 is disposed in the left staple discharging hole 1220. The right staple 6 is disposed in a right en- And the left staple 7 is formed by a left-hand envail groove (not shown).

The first right staple discharging hole 1211 is provided with a first right staple 6a and the second right staple discharging hole 1213 is provided with a second right staple 6b.

The first left staple discharging hole 1221 is provided with a first left staple 7a and the second left staple discharging hole 1223 is provided with a second left staple 7b, And the third left staple 7c is disposed in the hole 1225. [

The leg length of the right staple 6 formed by the right enamel groove and the leg length of the left staple 7 formed by the left enamel groove have different values. That is, the leg length of the right staple 6 is longer than the leg length of the left staple 7.

If the distance between the stitches of the staple discharging holes is the same, the height of the staple formed after the forming of the staple becomes higher as the leg of the staple becomes longer.

As a result, the leg length of the right staple formed by the right envirct groove is formed longer than the leg length of the left staple formed by the left envirour groove, so that the tissue at the surgical site, which is removed and removed, is loosely held, It is possible to minimize the damage of the battery.

The right pressing member 1270 presses the right staple 6 toward the outside of the right staple discharging hole 1210 in order to discharge the right staple 6. The left pressing member 1280, The left staple 7 is urged toward the outside of the left staple discharging hole 1220 in order to discharge the left staple 7.

Here, since the leg length of the right staple 6 is longer than the leg length of the left staple 7, the length of the right pressing member 1270 is smaller than the length of the left pressing member 1280.

Of course, the present invention is not limited to this, and the length of the right pressing member 1270 and the length of the left pressing member 1280 may have different values regardless of the length of the staple.

The driving wedge 1290 pushes the right pressing member 1270 and the left pressing member 1280 at the same time in the direction of the right staple discharging hole 1210 and the left staple discharging hole 1220, The right staple 6 and the left staple 7 are discharged to the right staple discharging hole 1210 and the left staple discharging hole 1220, respectively.

Referring to FIG. 8, a fifth embodiment of the surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present invention will now be described.

The surgical linear staple apparatus according to the present embodiment includes an upper body 10, a lower body 20, a lower knob 30, a staple cartridge 50, and a cutter 60.

Specifically, the upper body 10 includes an envelope 11, an upper handle 12 disposed at the rear of the envelope 11, and an upper handle 12 disposed at a region where the upper handle 12 and the envelope 11 are connected And includes engaging projections 14.

The outer surface of the envelope 11 is provided with an identification means 11a for identifying the correct position of the surgical linear staple apparatus.

The lower body 20 includes a cartridge accommodating channel 21, a guide slot 22 disposed at the rear of the cartridge accommodating channel 21, a region 22 connecting the cartridge accommodating channel 21 and the guide slot 22, As shown in Fig.

 In addition, the cartridge receiving channel 23 is formed in the cartridge receiving channel 21 to accommodate the staple cartridge 50.

The guide slot 22 is provided with a sliding member 24 which is moved along the longitudinal direction of the guide slot 22. The sliding member 24 includes a driving wedge 26 for discharging the staple built in the staple cartridge 50 and a push bar 27 for moving the cutter 60. [

A stopper 40 for restricting the movement of the sliding member 24 is disposed on the fastening portion 28 and the stopper 40 is provided with a stopper 40 for preventing the driving wedge 26 and the push bar 27 from passing therethrough. A plurality of through holes are formed.

In addition, the coupling portion 28 receives the coupling protrusion 14 and allows the upper body 10 and the lower body 20 to be coupled with each other.

The lower handle 30 is disposed at a lower portion of the lower body 20 and is hinged to the fastening portion 28.

The staple cartridge 50 includes a staple for sealing a surgical site, and the cutter 60 is disposed in a rear region of the staple cartridge 50.

The cutter 60 is moved along the longitudinal direction of the staple cartridge 50 by an external force to cut a surgical site disposed between the staple cartridge 21 and the anvil 11.

Since the structure of the staple cartridge 50 and the envelope 410 is substantially the same as that of the first embodiment of the surgical linear staple apparatus described above, a detailed description thereof will be omitted.

As described above, the present invention is not limited to the above-described specific preferred embodiments, and various changes and modifications may be made by those skilled in the art without departing from the scope of the present invention as claimed in the claims. And such variations are within the scope of the present invention.

1: Right staple 3: Left staple
100: main body 200: rotating head
300: Extension shaft 400: Stapling shaft
410: Envil 411: Right Envy Home
413: Left groove 415: First cutter guide portion
417: Identification means 420: Cartridge receiving channel
500: staple cartridge 510: cartridge body
511: Right staple discharge hole 513: Left staple discharge hole
515: second cutter guide portion 517:
600: Cutter

Claims (7)

  1. A staple cartridge having built-in staples for sealing a surgical site;
    A cartridge receiving channel in which a cartridge receiving groove in which the staple cartridge is accommodated is formed;
    An envelope corresponding to the staple cartridge and forming the staple discharged from the staple cartridge; And,
    And a cutter disposed in a rear region of the staple cartridge and cutting a surgical site disposed between the staple cartridge and the anvil while moving along a longitudinal direction of the staple cartridge by an external force,
    A first cutter guiding portion for guiding the movement of the cutter along a longitudinal direction of the envelope; and a second cutter guide portion for guiding the movement of the cutter along a longitudinal direction of the envelope, the first cutter guide portion being disposed nearest to the right side of the first cutter guide portion, A left envail groove having a first left envail groove which is disposed closest to the left side of the first cutter guide portion with respect to a width direction of the envelope is formed,
    Wherein a first distance from a center line of the first right enamel groove to a center line of the first cutter guide portion is a distance from a center of the first right enamel groove to a center line of the second right enamel groove, Is greater than a second distance from the centerline of the envirle groove to the centerline of the first cutter guide portion.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the right envyhole further comprises a second right envyhole formed on the right side of the first right envyhole,
    The left envail groove includes a second left envail groove formed on the left side of the first left envail groove and a third left envail groove formed on the left side of the second left envail groove,
    Wherein the first distance is equal to a third distance from the center line of the second left envirle groove to the center line of the first cutter guide portion.
  3. 3. The method of claim 2,
    Wherein a depth of the first right enamel groove is greater than a depth of the second right enamel groove so as to more firmly fix a region of the surgical site to be stapled by the staple to the first cutter guide portion, And a small staple unit.
  4. 3. The method of claim 2,
    Wherein the depth of the left envail groove is smaller than the depth of the right envail groove so that the height of the stapling area of the surgical site remaining in the surgical area is lower than the height of the stapling area of the surgical site to be removed. Surgical linear staple device.
  5. 5. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 4,
    Wherein the staple cartridge includes a second cutter guide portion for guiding movement of the cutter along a longitudinal direction of the staple cartridge,
    A right staple discharging hole corresponding to the right envyle groove and a left staple discharging hole corresponding to the left envi-
    Wherein protrusions are formed between the second cutter guide portion and the first right staple discharge hole of the right staple discharging hole so as to protrude from the upper surface of the cartridge body.
  6. 5. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 4,
    Wherein the leg length of the right staple formed by the right envirle groove and the leg length of the left staple formed by the left envirle groove are different from each other.
  7. 6. The method of claim 5,
    A right pressing member which presses the right staple formed by the right enamel groove toward the outside of the right staple discharging hole and a left pressing member which presses the left staple formed by the left enamel groove toward the left side of the left staple discharging hole Further comprising a pressing member,
    Wherein the right pressing member and the left pressing member have different lengths.
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