RU192370U1 - Reflexology applicator - Google Patents

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RU192370U1
RU192370U1 RU2019109783U RU2019109783U RU192370U1 RU 192370 U1 RU192370 U1 RU 192370U1 RU 2019109783 U RU2019109783 U RU 2019109783U RU 2019109783 U RU2019109783 U RU 2019109783U RU 192370 U1 RU192370 U1 RU 192370U1
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Applicator for reflexology. The applicator for reflexology contains an elastic base of a given spatial configuration in which needles are fixed, the tips of which protrude beyond the elastic base with the formation of the working side of the applicator, while on the elastic base there are sections of arbitrary shape with unpredictable placement on the basis of which the physical characteristics of the materials differ from physical characteristics of the material of the elastic base, as well as the information grid, as a guide for the location of these sections. The technical result - giving the basis of the applicator individual, unique in other products features to protect the applicator from fakes, unauthorized copying and turnover. 6 c.p. f-ly, 15 ill.

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The utility model relates to medicine, to physiotherapeutic devices made in the form of a needle applicator, designed for physiotherapeutic effects on the reflexogenic zones of the human body, can be used for therapeutic purposes in medical institutions and in domestic conditions.

Needle applicators for reflexology, in most cases, are made in the form of an elastic base of a given spatial configuration with elements of reflex action in the form of metal needles fixed at the base, the tips of which extend beyond the base and form the working side of the applicator. The needles, as a rule, are made with means for fixing the needles in the base, for example, with thickenings located in the body of the base and ensuring the reliability of fixing and fixing the position of the needles in the base.

An example of these needle applicators (analog) is the applicator N. Lyapko, known by the patent of Ukraine for utility model No. 60, IPC A61N 1/18, A61H 39/08, application filing date 26.11.1996. The applicator contains an elastic base of a given spatial configuration (in particular, in the form of a rectangular sheet) with metal needles fixed in it, the tips of which extend beyond the elastic base and form the working side of the applicator. The needles are made in the form of studs (rods with a head at the end of the rod). On the working side of the base protrusions are made. The needles are mounted along the axes of these protrusions. The protrusions cover parts of the needles that extend beyond the base.

Common features of the analogue and the claimed solution are: an applicator for reflexology containing an elastic base of a given spatial configuration in which needles are fixed, the tips of which extend beyond the elastic base with the formation of the working side of the applicator.

As a prototype, a device for stimulating reflex points, known according to the patent of the Russian Federation for invention No. 225255, IPC A61H 39/00, A61H 39/08, A61H 11/00, convention priority 15.07.1999, UA 99074081, was selected.

The device contains a base made of an elastic material with needles fixed in it. Each needle has a thickening at one end and a tip at the other. Thickening needles are located in the body of the base and are means of fixing the needles in the base. The tips of the needles extend beyond the base and form the working side of the applicator. The base material is vulcanized rubber. The base is made by molding plasticized crude rubber followed by vulcanization with the formation of a solid structure in which the needles are fixed.

Needles can be made in the form of carnations or buttons, with thickenings in the form of heads, which are means of fixing the needles at the base.

On the working surface of the base protrusions are made covering the protruding parts of the needles. The protrusions increase the clamping length of the needles in the base and are additional means of fixing the needles in the base, increasing the strength of the needles and the stability of the position of the needles, and also limit the amount of penetration of the needles into the epidermis of the skin.

The device is manufactured by molding a base from plasticized crude rubber with needle thickenings therein, followed by vulcanization of the rubber.

The base can be made with a flat or three-dimensional spatial configuration.

Common features of the prototype and the claimed solution are: an applicator for reflexology containing an elastic base of a given spatial configuration, in which metal needles are fixed, the tips of which extend beyond the elastic base with the formation of the working side of the applicator.

The specified applicator does not have individual features unique to other products, that is, it does not have protection against fakes, unauthorized copying, illegal manufacturing and / or trafficking of similar applicators.

The utility model is based on the task of protecting the applicator from fakes, unauthorized copying and turnover by giving the applicator base individual, unique features in other products.

The problem is solved in that in an applicator for reflexology containing an elastic base of a given spatial configuration, in which needles are fixed, the tips of which extend beyond the elastic base with the formation of the working side of the applicator, according to the utility model, the applicator has individual recognizable signs in the form made on elastic the basis of sites having physical characteristics of materials that differ from the physical characteristics of the material of the elastic base, as well as information grid, as a guide for the location of these sections.

These signs are essential features of a utility model, since in their totality are necessary and sufficient to achieve 3

technical result - giving the basis of the applicator individual, unique in other products features.

As a result of the execution of the applicator with individual recognizable signs in the form of sections made on an elastic basis having physical characteristics of materials that differ from the physical characteristics of the material of the elastic base, as well as in the form of an information grid, as a guide for the location of these sections, each applicator acquires unique individual recognizable signs , the probability of repetition of which on other products is practically zero. Thus, each applicator is a unique product, which makes it possible to control and detect cases of fakes, unauthorized copying and turnover.

It is advisable to present the physical characteristics of the materials of the plots in a visually recognizable and / or machine-readable form.

The physical characteristics may be the optical and / or magnetic properties of the materials of the plots.

The information grid can be the transverse and longitudinal rows of needles.

The information grid can be made in the form of embossed and / or transverse and longitudinal lines based on the applicator.

The elastic base may have a flat or three-dimensional spatial configuration.

The spatial configuration of the elastic base can have a stylized shape of natural objects, mainly of the animal or plant world, which increases the attractiveness of the applicator for children.

The following is a description of the inventive applicator with reference to the drawings, which show:

FIG. 1 - Applicator for reflexology, cross section.

FIG. 2 - Applicator for reflexology, view A in FIG. one.

FIG. 3 - Applicator for reflexology, view B in FIG. one.

FIG. 4 - Applicator for reflexology, in the form of a shoe insole.

FIG. 5 - Applicator for reflexology, made in the form of petals.

FIG. 6 - Applicator for reflexology, in the form of a tape.

FIG. 7 - Applicator for reflexology, execution in the form of a cylinder.

FIG. 8 - Applicator for reflexology, section BB in FIG. 7.

FIG. 9 - Applicator for reflexology, implementation in the form of a sphere.

FIG. 10 - Applicator for reflexology, section GG in FIG. 13.

FIG. 11- Applicator for reflexology, made in the form of a maple leaf.

FIG. 12 - Applicator for reflexology, execution in the form of a hedgehog.

FIG. 13 - Applicator for reflexology, an example of making adjacent needles from materials with different electrochemical potentials.

FIG. 14 - Applicator for reflexology, an example of the implementation of needles with a metal coating.

FIG. 15 - Applicator for reflexology, an example of the implementation of needles with a metal coating and a dielectric layer between the coating and the needle.

The applicator comprises an elastic base 1 in which metal needles 2 are fixed, the tips 3 of which extend beyond the elastic base 1 to form the working side of the applicator.

At the ends of the needles 2, opposite the tips 3, thickenings 4 are made as means for fixing the needles 2 in the base 1. These thickenings can have various shapes, for example, in the form of two opposite cones (4a), one cone (4b), a cylindrical head (4c) . On the working side of the base 1, protrusions are made, covering the protruding parts of the needles 2 and ensuring the fastening strength and stability of the position of the needles 2 in the base 1. The protrusions are made stepwise with decreasing the diameter of the steps in the direction of the tips of the protrusions, for example, two-stage (the first stage 5, as the base of the protrusion, the second step 6 - the top of the ledge). The specified implementation of the protrusions allows to increase the elasticity of fastening of the needles 2 in the base 1 without compromising the strength of the fastening and stability of the position of the needles 2.

The base material 1 is vulcanized rubber. The base 1 is made by molding plasticized crude rubber with subsequent vulcanization with the formation of a solid structure in which the needles 2 are fixed.

On an elastic basis 1, randomly shaped sections 7 are made with an unpredictable arrangement on the basis of 1, the physical characteristics of the materials of which differ from the physical characteristics of the base material 1, as well as an information grid, as a reference point for the location of these sections 7 (Figs. 1-3). The physical characteristics of the materials of sections 7 are visually recognizable and / or machine-readable.

The physical characteristics may be, for example, the optical and / or magnetic properties of the materials of sections 7. The optical characteristics may be arbitrary colors of materials of unforeseen sections 7, different from the colors of the base material 1. The magnetic characteristics may be the magnetic field strength H of magnetic materials of unforeseen sections 7 Combinations on one applicator of sections 7 are possible, characterized by various optical or magnetic properties of materials, or the development of sections characterized by both optical and magnetic properties.

The information grid can be transverse and longitudinal rows of needles, when sections 7 are made on the working side of the base 1 from the side of the protrusion of the needles 2 (Fig. 2). The information grid can be made in the form of relief and / or color transverse 8 and longitudinal 9 lines on the basis of 1, when sections 7 are made on the non-working (back) side of the base 1 (Fig. 3).

It is advisable to perform the indicated sections 7 on the basis of 1 in the process of molding the base 1. For this, components (pieces) of crude rubber of random shape and arbitrary sizes, the physical characteristics of which differ from the characteristics of the main raw material mass, for example, pieces of crude rubber, painted, are added to plasticized raw rubber in colors different from the color of the raw material mass, or pieces of magnetic crude rubber with different magnetic field strengths (N). The components of the mixture are mixed. As a result of arbitrary mixing of the components of the mixture, the formation of the base with subsequent vulcanization, an applicator base with unique recognizable features is obtained, the probability of repetition of which on other products is practically zero.

When forming a base from a mixture with additives of colored substances, a unique and unique pattern is formed on the surface of the base in the form of multi-colored spots, lines with different colors, grain size, etc.

When forming a base from a charge with additives of magnetic substances, unique and inimitable in size and location machine-readable sections with different magnetic field strengths are formed in the base.

The elastic base may have a flat spatial configuration, for example, a rectangular sheet 1 (Fig. 2), shoe insole 10 (Fig. 4), petals 11 (Fig. 5), tape 12 (Fig. 6).

The elastic base may have a three-dimensional spatial configuration, for example, cylinder 13 (Fig. 7, 8), sphere 14 (Fig. 9, 10).

The spatial configuration of the elastic base can have a stylized shape of natural objects, mainly of the animal or plant world, for example, in the form of a flat maple leaf 15 (Fig. 11), in the form of a volumetric hedgehog 16 (Fig. 12), which increases the attractiveness of the applicator for children.

Neighboring needles 2 can be made of materials with different electrochemical potentials or with coatings with different electrochemical potentials. In this case, the adjacent needles 2 form galvanic pairs, which upon contact with the user's skin generate galvanic microcurrents i1, which cause the known therapeutic effects of galvanization and galvanic electrophoresis (Fig. 13).

The needles 2 can be made with a metal coating 17, the electrochemical potential of which differs from the electrochemical potential of the material of the needles 2, with the bare tips of the needles. In this case, additional galvanic “needle-metal coating” pairs are formed, additionally generating galvanic microcurrents i2, enhancing the therapeutic effects of galvanization and galvanic electrophoresis (Fig. 14).

Needles 2 can be made with a metal coating 18 and a dielectric layer 19 between the needle 2 and the metal coating 18, with the bare tips of the needles (Fig. 15). Such needles can act as needle electrodes with which it is possible to act on the user's body with electrical signals of various sizes and shapes when connecting needles 2 and coatings 18 to opposite poles of the source of electrical signals.

Applicators can be authenticated as follows.

The manufacturer creates an interactive electronic database with a unique identifier designed to authorize unique individual features of serial products in this interactive database.

Consumer via electronic network, e.g.

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submits a request for authorization in an interactive database of unique individual features of a particular serial product.

The manufacturer identifies these unique individual features of the serial product in an interactive database (compares the features with a unique identifier in the interactive database) using software tools.

A consumer through an electronic network automatically receives a response of a positive or negative value depending on the result of authorization of unique individual features of a serial product in an interactive database;

Upon receipt of a response of a positive or negative nature, the consumer makes a conclusion about the authenticity of the product.

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1. The applicator for physiotherapy, containing an elastic base of a given spatial configuration, in which are fixed needles, the tips of which extend beyond the elastic base with the formation of the working side of the applicator,
characterized in
that it has individual recognizable features in the form of sections made on an elastic basis having physical characteristics of materials that differ from the physical characteristics of the material of the elastic base, as well as in the form of an information grid, as a guide for the location of these sections.
2. The applicator according to claim 1, characterized in that the physical characteristics of the materials of the plots are presented in a visually recognizable and / or machine-readable form.
3. The applicator according to claim 1, characterized in that the physical characteristics are the optical and / or magnetic properties of the materials of the plots.
4. The applicator according to claim 1, characterized in that the information grid is the transverse and longitudinal rows of needles.
5. The applicator according to claim 1, characterized in that the information grid is made in the form of embossed and / or colored transverse and longitudinal lines based on the applicator.
6. The applicator according to claim 1, characterized in that the elastic base has a flat or three-dimensional configuration.
7. The applicator according to claim 6, characterized in that the spatial configuration of the elastic base has a stylized shape of natural objects, mainly of the animal or plant world.
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DE4421407C1 (en) * 1994-06-18 1995-06-01 Kurz Leonhard Fa Area element with a three-dimensional regionally coated microstructure
RU2183466C1 (en) * 2001-06-26 2002-06-20 Бутин Валентин Иванович Method for sterilizing and protecting products in glass containers from falsification
RU2252005C2 (en) * 1999-07-15 2005-05-20 Николай Григорьевич Ляпко Device for stimulating reflexogenic points
DE102010012495A1 (en) * 2010-03-24 2011-09-29 Giesecke & Devrient Gmbh Security element and manufacturing method therefor
RU161160U1 (en) * 2015-10-30 2016-04-10 Олег Викторович Махнутин Household applicator with shung filler
RU163409U1 (en) * 2015-12-22 2016-07-20 Виктор Миронович Дворников Applicator

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DE4421407C1 (en) * 1994-06-18 1995-06-01 Kurz Leonhard Fa Area element with a three-dimensional regionally coated microstructure
RU2252005C2 (en) * 1999-07-15 2005-05-20 Николай Григорьевич Ляпко Device for stimulating reflexogenic points
RU2183466C1 (en) * 2001-06-26 2002-06-20 Бутин Валентин Иванович Method for sterilizing and protecting products in glass containers from falsification
DE102010012495A1 (en) * 2010-03-24 2011-09-29 Giesecke & Devrient Gmbh Security element and manufacturing method therefor
RU161160U1 (en) * 2015-10-30 2016-04-10 Олег Викторович Махнутин Household applicator with shung filler
RU163409U1 (en) * 2015-12-22 2016-07-20 Виктор Миронович Дворников Applicator

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