SU1124960A1 - Puncture instrument - Google Patents

Puncture instrument

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SU1124960A1
SU1124960A1 SU802888097A SU2888097A SU1124960A1 SU 1124960 A1 SU1124960 A1 SU 1124960A1 SU 802888097 A SU802888097 A SU 802888097A SU 2888097 A SU2888097 A SU 2888097A SU 1124960 A1 SU1124960 A1 SU 1124960A1
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needle
working end
end
teeth
cannula
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Николай Федорович Боков
Виктор Иванович Филиппов
Владимир Алексеевич Симонов
Анатолий Семенович Скорохватов
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Bokov Nikolaj F
Filippov Viktor
Simonov Vladimir A
Skorokhvatov Anatolij S
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A PUNTING TOOL containing a cylindrical tubular needle with a toothed cutting edge at the working end and a cannula at the other end, characterized in that, in order to reduce the morbidity of the operation by providing a bone marrow tissue biopsy with a single instrument and subsequent intraosseous diagnostics and medical treatment, it is equipped with a second tubular needle with a dentate needle placed in the first needle. the cutting edge at the working end and the cannula at the other end, the tips of the needle teeth are placed in the same plane perpendicular to the longitudinal axis, the profile of the teeth of the second needle is similar to the profile of the teeth of the first needle, the first needle at the working end has two coaxial side holes, and the working end of the second The needle has two grooves, made one against the other.

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The invention relates to medical technology, in particular to instruments for intraosseous dialysis. A puncture tool is known that contains a cylindrical tubular needle with a serrated cutting edge at the working end 1. This tool cannot be used to obtain a biopsy of bone marrow tissue and to perform subsequent intraosseous diagnostics and drug treatment with a constant placement of the instrument in the tissues. A puncture tool is also known that contains a cylindrical tubular needle and a toothed cutting edge at the working end and a cannula at the other end 2. The known tool does not reduce the morbidity of the operation, since it does not provide a biopsy of bone marrow tissue and subsequent intraosseous diagnostics and medical treatment one of its installation. The purpose of the invention is to reduce the morbidity of the operation by providing bone marrow tissue using a single biopsy specimen and subsequent intraosseous diagnostics and medical treatment. The goal is achieved by the fact that the puncture tool containing a cylindrical tubular needle with a toothed cutting edge on the working canal and a cannula at the other end is provided with a second tubular needle with a toothed cutting edge on the working end and a cannula at the other end placed in the first needle, the tips of the teeth of the needles are placed in one plane, perpendicular to the longitudinal axis, the profile of the teeth of the second needle is similar to the profile of the teeth of the first needle, the first needle at the working end has two coaxial lateral holes, and the working end of the second My needles have two slots, one against the other. FIG. 1 shows an instrument, a general view; in fig. 2 - the same, longitudinal section. The puncture tool comprises a first cylindrical tubular needle 1 with a toothed cutting edge 2 at the working end and a cannula 3 at the other end, a second tubular needle 4 with a toothed cutting edge 5 at the working end and a cannula 6 at the other end. The needle 4 is placed in the needle 1. The teeth of the needles 1 and 4 are arranged in one plane perpendicular to the longitudinal axis. The profile of the teeth of the needle 4 is similar to the profile of the teeth of the needle 1. The needle 1 at the working end has two coaxial lateral holes 7, and the working end of the needle 4 has two slots § made one against the other. Needle 1 has a hole 9, and needle 4 has a pin 10 for mutually fixing needles 1 and 4. Cannula 3 has a knurling P. The assembled, sterile tool is placed in the drill and rotated through soft tissues and bone. After the bone passes the tool, the needle 1 is left in the bone, and the needle 4 is removed from the needle 1. A dialysis system is connected to the needle 1. A bone marrow biopsy is removed from needle 4 for the required studies. The proposed puncture tool reduces the trauma inflicted on the patient by a single insertion of the instrument into the tissue, a biopsy is formed when drilling into the inner needle, and after removing the inner needle through the outer needle, necessary manipulations, including medication, as well as temperature determination can be carried out , acidity of the environment.

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