KR20160125037A - Bath chair for an immovable person - Google Patents

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KR20160125037A
KR20160125037A KR1020150055660A KR20150055660A KR20160125037A KR 20160125037 A KR20160125037 A KR 20160125037A KR 1020150055660 A KR1020150055660 A KR 1020150055660A KR 20150055660 A KR20150055660 A KR 20150055660A KR 20160125037 A KR20160125037 A KR 20160125037A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61GTRANSPORT, PERSONAL CONVEYANCES, OR ACCOMMODATION SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR PATIENTS OR DISABLED PERSONS; OPERATING TABLES OR CHAIRS; CHAIRS FOR DENTISTRY; FUNERAL DEVICES
    • A61G5/00Chairs or personal conveyances specially adapted for patients or disabled persons, e.g. wheelchairs
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    • A61GTRANSPORT, PERSONAL CONVEYANCES, OR ACCOMMODATION SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR PATIENTS OR DISABLED PERSONS; OPERATING TABLES OR CHAIRS; CHAIRS FOR DENTISTRY; FUNERAL DEVICES
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Abstract

The present invention relates to a bath chair for an immovable person and a disabled person and, more specifically, to a bath chair for an immovable person, which enables an immovable person to have a bath in a convenient state and enables a nurse to conveniently give the immovable person a bath through the various postures thereof when the immovable person has a bath by adjusting a pedestal, a back, and a foot support. Moreover, the present invention improves the convenience of use by enabling the immovable person having a bath to have a movement in a sitting state on the chair.

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Bath chair for an immovable person

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention [0001] The present invention relates to a bath chair for a disabled person and a disabled person, and more particularly, to a bath chair for a disabled person or a disabled person, The present invention relates to a bath chair for an inconvenience such that the management of the inconvenience is very convenient.

In general, patients who are uncomfortable due to the power of their own alone, those with disabilities and elderly people who are full of mobility, will be assisted by the caregiver to perform their daily activities.

In these everyday lives, bathing can never be done without the help of a caregiver.

In addition, even though they were assisted by a caregiver, bathing was performed in a state where the incapacitated person was placed on the floor of the bathroom because it was difficult for the adult to cope with the body weight.

However, if you take a bath in the state where it is placed on the floor, there is a hygiene problem.

Meanwhile, the above-mentioned bath chair is composed of a seat plate and a backrest, as shown in Patent Application No. 10-1140364, and a safety belt is provided to fix a discomfort, and a wheel is formed, .

However, the above-mentioned bath chair has a disadvantage of requiring the caregiver to take a bath while changing the posture of the leg or head of the inconvenient person.

In addition, there was an inconvenience that the uncomfortable person in the bath had to come down from the bath chair again to see the toilet inevitably.

Korean Patent Application No. 10-1140364.

The present invention has been devised to solve the above-mentioned problems, and it is an object of the present invention to provide an adjustable footrest which is capable of variable adjustment of the left and right backrests, It is an object of the present invention to provide a bath chair for an incapacitated person, which enables a person to take a bath in a relaxed state and also allows a caregiver to conveniently bathe a person with a discomfort.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a bath chair which is incapable of being used for bringing convenience in use, such as enabling the discomfort of a person in the bath to be treated while sitting on a chair without coming down from the chair to see the toilet. It is.

As a specific means for achieving the above-mentioned object, in a chair for a discomfort bath,

A cushion material seat formed on an upper portion of the seat cushion and having a footrest on both sides of the seat cushion on both sides of the cushion seat, a cushioning seat back plate extending from the rear of the seat cushion, An upper body having a frame-shaped backrest on which protrusions and safety belts are formed and on both sides of the rear sides, a handle is protruded;

A pair of front and rear base frames connected to each other by front and rear horizontal bands, and a pair of front and rear horizontal frames respectively formed on upper and lower sides of the base frame, &Quot; U "-shaped support, a footrest protruding forward from the front horizontal bend, and a lower support made of a castor formed at a lower portion of the base frame;

A pneumatically operated damper having one end connected to the lower portion of the back of the upper body with a turning force and the other end connected to the rear horizontal bar with a turning force to interrupt the turning force of the upper body; An angular actuating part connected to the damper and the wire to constitute a damper actuating lever for interrupting supply and release of the pneumatic pressure of the damper; And

And a link portion for supporting the upper body and interlocking the folding of the hanger frame during operation of the angle operation portion.

As described above, according to the present invention, the chair for a movement discomfort is constituted integrally with the seat and the backrest, and the seat and the backrest are inclined forward and backward by the operation of the damper if necessary, It is possible to perform the bathing in a comfortable posture by the discomfort such as the folding of the footrest portion according to the inclination before and after, and it is possible to obtain the effect that the liver mutation can make bathing conveniently also.

In addition, since the seat is provided with a changing seat, it is possible to handle the seat in a sitting state without coming down from the chair during bathing.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS FIG. 1 is an exploded perspective view of a bath chair for a movement inconvenience according to the present invention. FIG.
Fig. 2 is a perspective view of a bath chair for a movement inconvenience according to the present invention; Fig.
3 is a side cross-sectional view of a bath chair for use with the present invention.
Fig. 4 is an operational view of a bath chair for a movement inconvenience according to the present invention. Fig.
FIG. 5 is a view showing the state of use of the bath chair for the inconvenience of the present invention. FIG.

The terms and words used in the present specification and claims should not be construed as limited to ordinary or dictionary terms and the inventor may appropriately define the concept of the term in order to best describe its invention It should be construed as meaning and concept consistent with the technical idea of the present invention.

Therefore, the embodiments described in the present specification and the configurations shown in the drawings are merely the most preferred embodiments of the present invention, and not all of the technical ideas of the present invention are described. Therefore, It should be understood that various equivalents and modifications may be present.

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

Fig. 1 is an exploded perspective view of a bath chair for a movement inconvenience according to the present invention, Fig. 2 is a combined perspective view of a bath chair for a movement inconvenience of the present invention, and Fig. 3 is a side sectional view of the bath chair for a movement inconvenience of the present invention.

1 to 3, the bath chair 1 for a dysfunctional patient comprises an upper body 100, a lower support 200, an angular actuating part 300, and a link part 400 do.

The upper body 100 is an upper structure of a bath chair 1 that can support a user's upper body in using a bath chair 1 and is composed of a seat cushion 110 and a back 120,

The seat 110 is formed in the shape of a square frame to which a plurality of metal bars are connected, and a seat 111 made of a cushion material is provided in the upper portion to provide comfort to the user.

The hanger frame (H) is connected to the front of the seat (110) so that the user can sit on the seat (111) At the end of the frame 112, a foot-shaped footrest 113 is provided.

The backrest 120 is formed in the form of a frame to which a plurality of metal bars are connected. The backrest 120 extends integrally with the seat 110 so as to protrude upward from the rear of the seatrest 110, A backrest plate 121 made of a cushion material is provided.

An armrest 122 protrudes forward from both sides of the front surface of the backrest 120 so that a user's arm can be placed on the front of the backrest 120. In addition, A safety belt 123 is provided.

A handle 124 is provided on both sides of the back of the backrest 120 so that the caregiver can operate the bath chair 1 freely.

A headrest 125 protruding upward to support the head of the inconvenience is formed at the upper end of the backrest 120.

The lower support 200 is a lower structure of a bath chair 1 that can support a user's weight in using a bath chair 1 and includes a base frame 210 and a support frame 220, A footrest 230, and a caster 240. [0033]

Here, the base frames 210 and 210 'are formed of a pair of opposing sides in a bar shape having front and rear lengths. The front and rear horizontal bars 221 and 221' Respectively.

The supporters 220 and 220 'are formed on the base frames 210 and 210' to support the upper body 100 and are formed in a bent ∩ shape And connected to each other by a link link 221 at the rear side thereof.

The footrest 230 is configured to allow the user to put a foot upon sitting on the platform 110. The footrest 230 protrudes forward from the front horizontal platform 221 connected to the base frames 210 and 210 ' .

The caster 240 is provided for ensuring mobility of the bath chair 1 and is provided before and after the base frames 210 and 210 ', respectively.

The angle operation unit 300 is configured to maintain the user's bath position by adjusting the angle of the upper body 100 and includes a damper 310 and a damper operation lever 330.

Here, the damper 310 is a conventional damper that is adjusted in length by pneumatic pressure or hydraulic pressure to maintain a certain interval, and in the present invention, a damper using pneumatic pressure is applied.

At this time, the damper 310 is connected through a hinge or the like so that one end of the damper 310 has a turning force under the backrest 120 of the upper body 100, and the other end is connected to the base frame 210 ' The upper body 100 can be inclined rearward when the damper 310 is compressed, and the upper horizontal body 211 'is connected to the rear horizontal arm 211' through a hinge or the like, So that the upper body 100 can be returned to the front when it is pulled.

The operating lever 330 is provided on one of the grips 124 formed on the backrest plate 121 for opening the air passage of the damper 310 to operate the damper 310, And is connected to the damper 310 through a wire 320.

That is, when the operation lever 330 is pulled, the air passage (not shown in the figure) of the damper 310 is opened to apply an external force to compress and tension the damper 310, Front and rear angles can be adjusted.

The link unit 400 is configured to support the upper body 100 when the angle of the upper body 100 is adjusted through the operation of the angle operation unit 300 and to operate the folding of the ankle frame 112 interlockingly A first link 410, a second link 420, and a third link 430. The first link 410, the second link 420,

The first link 410 is configured to be connected to the hinge H so as to be rotatable on both sides of the link link 221.

The hinge (H) is connected to one end of the second link (420) so that one end of the hinge (H) is rotatable about the middle portion of the first link (410) 110) so that the hinge (H) can rotate.

The hinge (H) is connected to one end of the third link (430) so that one end of the hinge (H) is rotatable on the end of the first link (410) 112 so as to be rotatable.

The first link 410, the second link 420, and the third link 430 are coupled to each other through the linkage 440 to provide a sense of security during link operation.

In addition, the toilet 130 is further provided to allow the user to sit on the bath chair 1 without moving the movement of the chair 110,

First, a seat 111 of the seat 110 is formed with a bowl 115, and the bowl 115 is configured to be openable and closable through a lid 116.

A toilet bowl 117 is formed on both sides of the bottom surface of the float 110 so that the toilet 130 can be attached and detached. The toilet bowl 117 on both sides protrudes from the opposed surface.

The toilet 130 is configured to be slidable along the toilet rail 117 and has a central depression and a locking protrusion 131 formed around the upper end of the toilet 130 so that the locking protrusion 117a So as to be slidable in the forward and backward directions.

Hereinafter, the operation of the bath chair for the incapacitated person having the above-described configuration will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

First, when using the bath chair 1 for a movement incapacity according to the present invention, the movement inconvenience is expected on the backrest 120 while sitting on the armrest 110 of the bath chair 1, And then put it on the footrest 230 in a mounted state.

Then, the upper body of the inconvenience may be fixed by using the safety belt 123 formed on the backrest 120 to prevent the movement of the inconvenience.

The head of the inconvenience may be placed on the headrest 125 formed at the upper end of the backrest 120. [

At this time, the cushion material sheet 111 and the backrest plate 121 are formed on the seat cushion 110 and the backrest 120, so that the comfort of the inconvenience can be improved.

Thereafter, the bath chair 1 is provided with the caster 240, and the caregiver can perform bathing after moving the bath chair 1 to a place for bathing.

On the other hand, for the sake of comforting the caregiver or the inconvenience, it is necessary to change the attitude of the inconvenienced person for the purpose of hair winding or the like during bathing as described above. In the present invention, the upper body is tilted back and the leg is unfolded .

That is, with reference to FIGS. 1 to 3, the upper body 100 can be tilted backward as shown in FIG. 4, which is possible by the angular actuating part 300.

That is, when the damper 310 is opened by using the operation lever 330 formed on the handle 124, the air pressure acting on the damper 310 can be released, The upper body 100 being supported is allowed to flow.

After gripping the handle 124, the upper body 100 can be tilted backward by tilting the upper body 100 backward.

Here, as described above, the upper body 100 is tilted backward and the link portion 400 is operated. In this case, the legs of the inconveniences can be extended, and then the operation of the operation lever 330 can be performed The damper is closed and the upper body 100 is fixed.

In addition, the second link 420 having the upper body 100 tilted back and connected to the seat 110 lifts the first link 410 upward.

Thereafter, the first link 410 to be pulled up pushes the third link formed at the end thereof, and the third link 430 pushes the footwear frame 112 to unfold it from the leg 110 .

The first link 410 and the third link 430 are formed in a V-shape having a narrow angle with respect to the first link 410 and the first link 410, It is possible to push the third link 430 and to open it at a large angle.

Thus, when the upper body 100 is tilted backward, it is possible to wind the head of the inconvenienced person, and at the same time, the legs can be bathed.

When the tilting of the upper body 100 is restored to the original state as described above, it is possible to adjust the damper 310 by using the operation lever 330, as opposed to the tilting operation, and a detailed description thereof will be omitted .

On the other hand, the bath chair 1 of the present invention is capable of convenient bathing according to the posture change of the inconveniences as described above, and can also be used in a state of sitting on the bath chair 1 as required, It is possible.

5, first, the lid 116, which covers the use hole 115 from the seat 111, is opened, and the toilet 130 is attached to the lower portion of the toilet hole 115 at the time of opening .

Accordingly, it is possible to solve the use of the inconvenience while sitting on the bath chair 1, and the toilet bowl 130 after the use can be slid off from the toilet bowl rail 117 and removed.

As described above, the toilet 130 is detached from the toilet 130 because the latching protrusion 131 formed on the upper portion of the toilet 130 is stuck to the latching protrusion 117a of the toilet rail 117, .

As described above, according to the present invention, it is possible to easily move the inconveniences of the patient, and to change the posture while the bath is safe, so that the bath can be cleaner and more convenient. Especially, It is possible to handle the bath chair itself without using the bath so that it can be used very conveniently.

100: upper body 110:
111: sheet 112: foot frame
113: Footstool 115: Toilet seat
116: cover 117: toilet seat rail
117a: latching jaw 120: backrest
121: backrest plate 122: armrest
123: safety belt 124: handle
125: Headrest
130: toilet bowl 131:
200: Lower support 210, 210 ': Base frame
211,211 ': front and rear horizontal bands 220, 220': support
221: Link link 230: Footrest
240: Kester
300: angle operating part 310: damper
320: wire 330: operating lever
400: link unit 410: first link
420: second link 430: third link
440: Connections

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In the uncomfortable bath chair,
A footrest frame 112 having a cushioning seat 111 formed on its upper portion and a footrest 113 formed on its front end on both sides of the cushioning seat 111 is provided with a frame 110 in the form of a frame having a hinge H connected thereto, A cushioning backrest plate 121 is formed on the front surface and an armrest 122 is protruded from both sides to the front and a safety belt 123 is formed on the front surface and a handle 124 is formed on both sides of the backrest, An upper body 100 having a frame-shaped backrest 120 formed with a headrest 125;
A pair of base frames 210 and 210 'having front and rear lengths and connected by the front and rear horizontal bands 221 and 221' Shaped support 220 and 220 'formed on both sides of the left and right sides of the left and right sides and connected to each other by a link link 221 at the rear, A lower support 200 made of a castor 240 formed at a lower portion of the base frames 210 and 210 ';
A pneumatic pressure regulating force is applied to the upper body 100 so that one end thereof is connected to the lower portion of the backrest 120 of the upper body 100 with a rotational force and the other end is connected to the rear horizontal arm 211 ' A damper operating lever 330 which is formed on one of the knobs 124 and is connected to the damper 310 by a wire 320 to intermittently supply and release the pneumatic pressure of the damper 310; An angular actuating part 300; And
And a link unit (400) for supporting the upper body (100) and interlocking the folding of the ankle frame (112) during operation of the angle operation unit (300).
The method according to claim 1,
The link portion 400 includes:
A first link 410 which is paired at both sides of the link link 221 and is connected to the hinge H so that one end thereof is rotatable;
(H) connected to the middle portion of each first link (410) and the other end connected to the bottom surface of the mount (110) by a hinge (H) 420); And
And a third link 430 having one end connected to a hinge H at one end of the first link 410 and the other end hinged to the hanger frame 112 Respectively,
Wherein the first side link (410), the second side link (420), and the third side link (430) are connected to each other through a linkage (440).
The method according to claim 1,
The seat 111 of the seat 110 is formed with a use hole 115 and the use hole 115 is opened and closed by the lid 116,
And a toilet rail 117 having a locking protrusion 117a formed on a side opposite to the bottom surface of the upright 110,
Further comprising a toilet bowl (130) protruding from the upper periphery of the toilet bowl (130) and slidably removable from the front through the toilet bowl rail (117).
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