RU2496530C2 - Container syringe: device for storage and implantation of implantable personal identification code (chip) - Google Patents

Container syringe: device for storage and implantation of implantable personal identification code (chip)

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RU2496530C2
RU2496530C2 RU2010151366A RU2010151366A RU2496530C2 RU 2496530 C2 RU2496530 C2 RU 2496530C2 RU 2010151366 A RU2010151366 A RU 2010151366A RU 2010151366 A RU2010151366 A RU 2010151366A RU 2496530 C2 RU2496530 C2 RU 2496530C2
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syringe
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implantation
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Александр Ювентинович Немчик
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Александр Ювентинович Немчик
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FIELD: medicine.
SUBSTANCE: invention refers to medical equipment and aims at the sterile storage and implantation of an implantable personal identification code. The container syringe: a device for the storage and implantation of the implantable personal identification code (chip) is made on the basis of a standard disposable injection syringe 2 ml. The syringe has a cut-off cylinder bottom with a needle seat bore, and the bottom is replaced by a removable closing plug which presses a catgut chip to a piston. The syringe piston has two symmetrical grooves on the piston edge (along the axis of motion) for catgut laying.
EFFECT: container syringe enables providing implantable chip sterility and safety of the use of the method for chip implantation.

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Шприц-контейнер (далее ш.к.) является узкоспециализированным инструментом-устройством медицинского назначения и предназначен для стерильного хранения и имплантации "Личного идентификационного кода-имплантанта" (заявка №2010116732/20 (023800) при помощи шприца-контейнера, снаряженного чип-кодом, используя "Способ имплантации в пуповину новорожденного ребенка, том числе личного идентификационного кода-имплантанта" (заявка №2010152516/20 (076001) чип-код может быть имплантирован не только в условиях стационара, но и при родах вне медицинского учреждения. A syringe container (hereinafter Sh.K.) is a highly specialized tool device for medical purposes and for sterile storage and implantation "personal identification code-implant" (application №2010116732 / 20 (023 800) using a syringe-container Curb-chip-code using the "implantation method in the umbilical cord of a newborn baby, including a personal identification code-implant" (application №2010152516 / 20 (076,001) code chip can be implanted not only in the hospital but also during childbirth is a medical institution.

Шприц-контейнер изготавливается на основе стандартного шприца для инъекций однократного применения на 2 мл. A syringe container is made based on a single application of 2 ml standard syringe for injection. У шприца отрезается дно цилиндра с посадочным стержнем для иглы, а взамен устанавливается съемная пробка-заглушка. At the bottom of the syringe cylinder is cut with a mounting rod for the needle, and a removable plug mounted in return stub. Пробка-заглушка надевается на цилиндр и прижимает чип-код, снаряженный кетгутом к поршню. Stopper cap is put on the cylinder and presses the code chip, filled catgut to the piston. Пробка-заглушка шприца-контейнера снимается непосредственно перед имплантацией чип-кода. Stopper syringe container cap is removed immediately prior to implantation of the chip-code. На ребре поршня ш.к. On the edge of the piston Sh.K. имеются два симметрично расположенных паза (один против другого) для укладки кетгута, которые находятся вдоль оси движения поршня. there are two symmetrically arranged groove (against one another) for stacking catgut which are located along the axis of the piston. При этом цилиндр шприца контейнера имеет наружный диаметр 10 мм, что позволяет легко вводит ш.к. Thus the container of the syringe cylinder has an outer diameter of 10 mm, which makes it easy to introduce Sh.K. в подготовленную полость пуповины диаметром 15 мм. into the prepared cavity cord diameter of 15 mm. При необходимости возможно уменьшить в диаметре чип-код до 6-8 мм, а диаметр цилиндра-шприца контейнера до 7-9 мм. If necessary, possible to reduce the chip code of diameter 6-8 mm, and the diameter of the container-syringe barrel to 7-9 mm.

Шприц-контейнер используют следующим образом. A syringe container is used as follows. На пуповину новорожденного ребенка непосредственно у пупочного кольца устанавливают первую временную перевязку. On the umbilical cord of a newborn baby directly from the umbilical ring set first temporary bandage. Вторую перевязку устанавливают в 10 см от первой. The second ligation mounted 10 cm from the first. Участок между перевязками обрабатывают и рассекают посередине - только эпителий амниона, а предварительно опорожненные артерия и вены остаются невредимыми. Dressings portion between treated and dissected in the middle - only the epithelium of the amnion, and pre-emptied artery and veins remain intact. В пространство между венами и эпителием амниона вводят шприц-контейнер, из которого в свою очередь вводят до упора во временную перевязку чип-код, снаряженный кетгутом и фиксируют в крайнем нижнем положении. The space between the veins and the amniotic epithelium administered syringe-container, from which in turn is introduced to the stop in the interim dressing code chip, filled catgut and fixed in the lowest position. Пуповину перевязывают вместе с кетгутом. Umbilical cord tie up with catgut. Шприц-контейнер удаляют. A syringe container removed. После этого первую перевязку ослабляют до уровня, достаточного для микроциркуляции крови. Thereafter, the first dressing weaken to a level sufficient for the blood microcirculation. После заживления в брюшной полости через 20-30 дней перевязку снимают окончательно. After healing in the abdominal cavity after 20-30 days dressing is removed completely.

Предложенный шприц-контейнер позволяет обеспечить стерильность чип-кодов для имплантации и безопасность использования метода имплантации чип-кодов. Proposed syringe container ensures sterility of the chip to be implanted codes and safety of the method of implanting the chip code.

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  1. Шприц-контейнер - устройство для хранения и имплантации личного идентификационного кода-имплантата (чип-кода) изготовлен на основе стандартного шприца для инъекций однократного применения на 2 мл, у шприца отрезано дно цилиндра с посадочным стержнем для иглы, а взамен установлена съемная пробка-заглушка, которая прижимает к поршню снаряженный кетгутом чип-код, у поршня шприца прорезаны два симметрично расположенных паза на ребре поршня (вдоль оси движения), предназначенных для укладки кетгута. A syringe container - a device for storing and implanting the personal identification-implant code (code chip) is made based on a standard injection syringe for single use 2 mL, in the syringe is cut off the bottom of the cylinder with a mounting rod for the needle, and in return the removable plug-stub which presses the piston fitted out catgut chip-code at the piston of the syringe are cut two symmetrically disposed slots on the piston edge (along the motion axis) intended for laying catgut.
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US5304119A (en) * 1993-06-24 1994-04-19 Monsanto Company Instrument for injecting implants through animal hide
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CA2573653C (en) * 2004-07-12 2010-02-02 Solidtech Animal Health, Inc. Packaging and method for solid dose administration of an electronic identification chip and medicaments

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US5304119A (en) * 1993-06-24 1994-04-19 Monsanto Company Instrument for injecting implants through animal hide
US6436068B1 (en) * 2000-08-24 2002-08-20 Gust H. Bardy Instrument for implanting sensors and solid materials in a subcutaneous location and method thereof
CA2573653C (en) * 2004-07-12 2010-02-02 Solidtech Animal Health, Inc. Packaging and method for solid dose administration of an electronic identification chip and medicaments

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