KR200460161Y1 - Catheter with a improved head part - Google Patents

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KR200460161Y1
KR200460161Y1 KR2020100000077U KR20100000077U KR200460161Y1 KR 200460161 Y1 KR200460161 Y1 KR 200460161Y1 KR 2020100000077 U KR2020100000077 U KR 2020100000077U KR 20100000077 U KR20100000077 U KR 20100000077U KR 200460161 Y1 KR200460161 Y1 KR 200460161Y1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61MDEVICES FOR INTRODUCING MEDIA INTO, OR ONTO, THE BODY; DEVICES FOR TRANSDUCING BODY MEDIA OR FOR TAKING MEDIA FROM THE BODY; DEVICES FOR PRODUCING OR ENDING SLEEP OR STUPOR
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Abstract

The present invention relates to a catheter for urethral insertion with improved head portion, and to provide a urethral catheter for improved head portion to prevent the difficulty of withdrawal is caught in the receiving tube when the top of the catheter is separated from the stopper. have.
When the present invention is applied, even if the catheter coupled to the upper end of the stopper is unexpectedly separated from the inside of the storage container, a protrusion is formed on the outer periphery of the head of the catheter and falls deeply into the inside of the container. Since it is possible to prevent the catheter can be easily removed from the storage container by using the engaging protrusion.

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Urethral catheters with improved heads {CATHETER WITH A IMPROVED HEAD PART}

The present invention relates to a catheter for urethral insertion with an improved head portion, and more particularly to a catheter for improved urethral insertion of the head portion to prevent the extraction is difficult to get stuck in the receiving tube when the top of the catheter is separated from the stopper. will be.

As is well known, a catheter is a tube inserted into the urethra as a flexible microtubule. In this case, the catheter inserted into the urethra is temporarily inserted into the urethra of the patient with urination disorder and discharges urine to the outside. There is a case.

Therefore, such a catheter has been developed a separate storage container for disinfection or storage.

1 is a perspective view showing the appearance of the urethral insertion catheter storage container according to a conventional embodiment, Figure 2 is a perspective view showing a storage state of the urethral insertion catheter storage container according to a conventional embodiment, Figure 3 It is a main portion enlarged side cross-sectional view showing the container receiving state of the urethral insertion catheter according to the conventional embodiment.

Referring to this, the urethra insertion catheter storage container 2 according to the conventional embodiment is made of a long tubular shape and one end is closed is formed a container portion 4 that can store the catheter 30 therein The container portion 4 is composed of an upper container 6 and a lower container 8 based on the bellows tube 10 in the center, respectively. The bellows tube 10 is a means for folding the upper container 6 and the lower container 8 to make it easy to carry and store.

The upper outer periphery of the upper portion of the upper container 6 is configured with an upper rib 12 coupled to the outer periphery of the upper container 6, the upper rib 12 is a coupling hole 14 in the vertical direction on one side This is formed so that one end of the hanger 20 is coupled.

The hanger 20 is formed at one end thereof with a protrusion 22 for preventing separation from the coupling hole 14, and a central portion thereof is bent to hang over a ring (not shown) of the drug support (not shown). The locking portion 24 is formed, and the other end of the locking portion 24 is configured to extend the insertion portion 26.

The lower outer periphery of the lower container 8 is provided with a lower rib 16 coupled to the outer periphery of the lower container 8, and the lower rib 16 has an insertion hole 18 perpendicular to one side. Is formed is configured to be coupled to the end of the insertion portion 26.

The end of the upper container 6 is open, and through the open inlet, it is possible to receive the catheter 30 therein, and a stopper 28 coupled to the upper container 6 to seal the open end is provided. It is composed. The stopper 28 has a polygonal surface 28a formed on its outer circumference. In addition, the stopper 28 has a coupling protrusion 39 projecting downward on the lower surface thereof, so that the coupling protrusion 39 is inserted into the upper end of the catheter 30, so that the catheter 30 is later placed in the container portion 4. It is configured to be easily taken out of the device.

Reference numeral 40 denotes the head portion 40 of the catheter 30, the head portion 40 is provided with an opening 42, the upper portion of the open, a protrusion 42 to increase the coupling force therein It is formed at regular intervals. On the outer periphery of the upper end of the upper container (6) is formed a screw portion (6a) for coupling with the stopper 28 at a predetermined interval.

The urethra insertion catheter storage container 2 according to the conventional embodiment injects a disinfectant in the interior of the container part 4 when the catheter 30 needs to be disinfected, and then the catheter 30 is placed in the container part 4. ) Can be inserted and sealed with a stopper 28 to store or disinfect the catheter 30.

However, when the catheter storage container 2 for urethra insertion according to the conventional embodiment tries to withdraw the catheter 30 stored in the container part 4, the lower end of the stopper 28 when the stopper 28 is opened. The catheter 30 is drawn out together with the stopper 28 in the state in which the catheter 30 is fitted to the engaging protrusion 39, wherein the engaging protrusion 39 and the catheter 30 of the stopper 28 are simple. Since they are fitted, they are frequently separated.

Once the stopper 28 and the catheter 30 are separated, the catheter 30 accommodated in the catheter storage container 2 cannot be picked up by a finger or other object due to the fear of contamination. Since the catheter 30 must be taken out through the method of discarding all the disinfectant solution contained together with the catheter 30 therein, there is a problem in that an expensive disinfectant solution is wasted.

In addition, since the diameter of the upper container 6 and the lower container 8 is too wide, there is a problem that a larger amount of disinfectant solution for disinfecting the catheter 30 has to be injected. In particular, since the disinfectant solution had to be injected into the container several times, it was expensive.

Therefore, in order to solve the above problems, the applicant has developed the storage container shown in FIG.

Figure 4 is a perspective view showing the appearance of the urethral insertion catheter storage container according to another embodiment of the prior art.

Referring to this, the urethra insertion catheter storage container 100 according to another conventional embodiment is also provided with a bellows tube 108 that is elastically bent in the center of the container portion 102, the bellows tube 108 Small diameter receiving pipes (110, 112) extending at both ends of the) is provided.

Small diameter receiving pipe (110, 112) is narrower than the existing diameter of the container portion can reduce the amount of drug to be filled in the container portion (102).

The upper container 104 and the lower container 106 which extends at both ends of the accommodation pipes 110 and 112, respectively, having a diameter larger than the diameter of the accommodation pipes 110 and 112, are formed in the upper container 104. And the length of the lower container 106 is smaller than the length of the receiving pipe (110, 112).

The connection portion of the upper container 104 and the receiving tube 110 is provided with a locking jaw 114 to which the head (see Fig. 3) 40 of the catheter 138 is caught.

The stopper 132 constructed in the prior art has a protrusion 136 formed at a predetermined interval along the outer circumference 134 so that the user can easily open and close.

In addition, the urethra insertion catheter storage container 100 according to another conventional embodiment is also hanger 120 that is caught on a chemical container hanger (not shown) provided in the hospital room, hangers, nails, etc. of the wall is configured Bar, the hanger 120 is configured so that the urethral insertion catheter storage container 100 does not tilt, and the lower container 106 can be easily coupled to the upper container 104.

To this end, a rib 122 is coupled to the outer circumference of the upper container 104 to surround the outer circumference, and a support 124 extending laterally from a predetermined portion of the outer circumference of the rib 122 is formed. At the end of the support 124 is configured a holder 126 to which the receiving pipe 112 is coupled.

The holder 126 is formed with a cutout portion 126a in which the outer circumference is partially cut to be coupled to the plurality of flow preventing protrusions 106a formed on the outer circumferential surface of the lower container 106.

Therefore, when the user folds the lower container 106 with the other hand while holding the upper container 104 with one hand, the bellows tube 108 is folded and the lower container 106 is connected with the upper container 104. Moved in parallel and the user can be easily coupled to the cut-out portion (126a) of the holder 126 between the flow preventing projection (106a) formed on the outer circumferential surface of the lower container 106 by simply fitting.

In this case, there is no need to adjust the ribs to the insertion end as in the conventional design, and there is no need to insert a separate lower rib into the container, which is convenient and economical.

On the other hand, the support 124 is formed with an extension pin 128 in the center thereof, the engaging ring 130 is coupled to the extension pin 128 so as to be movable. The hook ring 130 is caught by a nail or other hanger ring (see FIG. 2: 32), and the hook ring 130 can be flowably coupled to the extension pin 128 formed at the center of the support 124. The insertion catheter storage container 100 can be suspended so as not to tilt, and the hook ring 130 can be suspended with respect to the extension pin 128 so that it can be hung stably without being detached from the hanger ring 32 even in an external impact. Can be.

However, although the engaging jaw 114 is formed at the connection portion of the upper container 104 and the receiving tube 110 to catch the head of the catheter 138 (see FIG. 3: 40), it is actually tapered. There was a problem that the head portion 40 formed in the form is further pinched in the receiving tube 110 made of a small diameter is more difficult to pull out.

The present invention has been made in view of the above-described prior art, and an object of the present invention is to provide a catheter for urethral insertion with an improved head portion for preventing the upper end of the catheter from being plugged into the receiving tube and making it difficult to withdraw. have.

In order to achieve the above object, according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention to accommodate the disinfectant, the small diameter receiving tube communicated to the lower end of the upper container and the upper container, and the connection portion of the upper container and the receiving tube An urethral insertion catheter accommodated together with a storage container including an inclined locking jaw, comprising: a head portion of which an upper end is opened to be coupled to a coupling protrusion of a stopper provided in the storage container; Is coupled to communicate with the lower end of the head portion, it is made of an insertion tube inserted into the urethra, the head portion is larger than the diameter of the receiving tube so as to catch the locking jaw formed between the upper container and the receiving tube at its lower end There is provided a catheter for urethra insertion with an improved head portion.

Preferably, the head portion is provided with a catheter for improved urethra insertion, characterized in that the inner passage is tapered in the form of a light beam narrow so that the engaging protrusion of the stopper is easily coupled.

Preferably, the sum of the length of the coupling protrusion and the length of the head portion is provided with an improved urethral catheter for the head portion, characterized in that configured larger than the length of the upper container.

The urethra insertion catheter with improved head portion according to the present invention has a protrusion formed on the outer periphery of the head portion of the catheter even if the catheter coupled to the top of the stopper is unintentionally separated from the inside of the storage container. It is possible to prevent the catheter from falling deeply into the inside of the storage container by the locking protrusion, so that the catheter can be easily taken out of the storage container by using the engaging protrusion.

1 is a perspective view showing the outer appearance of the catheter storage container for insertion of urethra according to a conventional embodiment,
Figure 2 is a perspective view showing a storage state of the catheter storage container for insertion of urethra according to a conventional embodiment,
Figure 3 is an enlarged side cross-sectional view showing the main portion of the container receiving state of the urethra insertion catheter according to a conventional embodiment,
Figure 4 is a perspective view showing the appearance of the urethral insertion catheter storage container according to another embodiment of the prior art,
Figure 5 is an enlarged side cross-sectional view showing the main portion of the container receiving state of the urethra insertion catheter improved head portion according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.

Figure 5 is an enlarged side cross-sectional view showing the main portion of the container receiving state of the urethra insertion catheter improved head portion according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Referring to this, the urethra insertion catheter 138 with an improved head portion according to an embodiment of the present invention is a catheter for preventing the extraction is difficult to get stuck in the receiving tube when the top of the catheter is separated from the stopper.

As described above, the small diameter receiving tube 110 to receive the disinfectant and communicate with the upper container 104 and the lower end of the upper container 104, the connection of the upper container 104 and the receiving tube 110 When the head portion 40 of the catheter 30 is tapered in the form of the upper and lower narrowings as shown in FIG. When the 40 is unexpectedly separated from the engaging protrusion 39 of the stopper 28, the outer peripheral edge of the lower end of the head portion 40 is pinched in the accommodation pipe 110 of the small diameter is more difficult to pull out.

Therefore, the urethra insertion catheter 138 having the improved head portion according to the embodiment of the present invention has achieved an improvement in the structure for preventing the pinching of the head portion 140.

First, the urethra insertion catheter 138 is improved head portion according to an embodiment of the present invention is an opening 142 on the top to be coupled to the engaging protrusion 139 of the stopper 132 provided in the storage container 100 The formed head portion 140 is provided.

In addition, the lower end of the head portion 140 is coupled to the head portion 140 in communication with, and is composed of an insertion tube 148 is inserted into the urethra, the head portion 140 is the upper container at the lower end A locking projection 146 larger than the diameter of the accommodation pipe 110 is formed to be caught by the locking projection 114 formed between the 104 and the accommodation pipe 110.

At this time, the head portion 140 is made of a soft polyurethane material, such as the insertion pipe 148, the head portion 140, the inner passage of the coupling protrusion 139 of the stopper 132 easily It is configured to be tapered in the form of a subsoil to be combined.

In addition, the head portion 140 is formed so that the coupling protrusion 144 is formed at a predetermined interval in the inner circumference to increase the coupling force with the coupling protrusion 139.

That is, the head portion 140 of the urethra insertion catheter 138 improved head portion according to an embodiment of the present invention so that its inner passage can be easily coupled to the engaging protrusion 139 of the stopper 132 If the tapered in the form of the upper and lower strait, but the outer surface is tapered in the form of the upper and lower strait in the same way as the internal structure, when the catheter 138 is unexpectedly separated from the stopper 132, the head of the head 140 The lower end is sandwiched in the narrow accommodating pipe 110 as shown in FIG.

Accordingly, the head portion 140 of the urethra insertion catheter 138 having the improved head portion according to the embodiment of the present invention is tapered in the form of the upper and lower straits in the same way as the inner structure, the lower end thereof is outwardly By configuring the locking projection 146 having a diameter larger than the diameter of the receiving pipe 110, even if the case where the catheter 138 is unexpectedly separated from the stopper 132 occurs, the locking projection 146 is the receiving pipe ( It is possible to easily withdraw the outside of the storage container 100 by using the engaging protrusion 139 of the stopper 132 to be caught by the inlet of 110.

At this time, the present invention preferably the sum of the length of the coupling protrusion 139 and the length of the head portion 140 should be larger than the length of the upper container 104. Only then, even if the catheter 138 is unexpectedly separated from the stopper 132, the head 140, which is caught at the inlet of the accommodation pipe 110, is easily used by using the coupling protrusion 139 of the stopper 132. Because it can be withdrawn.

In addition, the present invention is not limited to the configuration of the locking projection 146, but the position of the locking projection 146 is formed so that the catheter 138 can be caught at the inlet portion of the receiving tube 110 of the storage container 100. When the outer diameter is larger than the inner diameter of the receiving tube 110, the same effect can be realized.

On the other hand, the urethra insertion catheter with improved head portion according to an embodiment of the present invention is not limited to the above embodiment, but various modifications can be made within the scope without departing from the technical gist.

100: urethral insertion catheter storage container, 102: container part,
104: upper container, 106: lower container,
108: Jabara Pavilion, 110, 112: Receiving Pavilion,
114: Jam jaw, 120: Hanger,
124: support, 126: holder,
128: extension pin, 130: hook,
132: stopper, 138: catheter,
139: coupling protrusion, 140: head,
146: jamming.

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  1. A urethral catheter for accommodating disinfectant and contained together in a storage container consisting of a small diameter receiving tube communicating with an upper container and a lower end of the upper container, and a locking jaw formed at a connection between the upper container and the receiving tube inclined. To
    A head portion of which an upper end is opened to be coupled to a coupling protrusion of a stopper provided in a storage container;
    Is coupled to communicate with the bottom of the head portion, made of an insertion tube inserted into the urethra,
    The head portion is formed at a lower end thereof with a locking protrusion having a diameter larger than that of the receiving tube so as to be caught by a locking jaw formed between the upper container and the receiving tube;
    The combined length of the coupling protrusion and the length of the head portion is the urethral catheter for improved head portion, characterized in that configured larger than the length of the upper container.
  2. The catheter of claim 1, wherein the head portion is tapered in the form of an upper and lower narrow so that its inner passage is easily coupled to the plug.
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