SU1222254A1 - Needle for intraosseous injection - Google Patents

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SU1222254A1
SU1222254A1 SU833660510A SU3660510A SU1222254A1 SU 1222254 A1 SU1222254 A1 SU 1222254A1 SU 833660510 A SU833660510 A SU 833660510A SU 3660510 A SU3660510 A SU 3660510A SU 1222254 A1 SU1222254 A1 SU 1222254A1
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Александр Богосович Богосьян
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This invention relates to medicine, in particular to medical instruments.

The purpose of the invention is the preservation of bone chips in the bone channel.

The drawing shows the needle, a general view.

The intraosseous infusion needle contains a cylindrical tube 1 with side openings 2 and with a cutting part at the working end. The cutting part is made in the form of teeth 3, bent away from the longitudinal axis, and the middle part of the tube 1 has a thickening 4, the diameter of which is larger than the diameter of the cutting part. The other end of the needle has a cannula 5 with a slit 6 for fixing the mandrel (not shown).

The intraosseous needle is used as follows.

The working end of the needle with a protruding pointed mandrep with the help of an electric drill is trepanned a bone. With further rotation, the needle is pushed deep into the spongy part of the bone for a given distance. At the same time, the pointed end of mandrin cracks and pushes bone structures, and tooth 3 grinds them to form bone chips. Thus, a space filled with bone chips is formed around the outside diameter of the needle, and a bulge 4 on the needle, moving forward, collects this chip in front of it and seals the gap between the bone and the outside diameter of the bulge. After the mandrin has been removed, a system is attached to the receiving cannula.

Relaing with the necessary fluid, and last, penetrating through the additional holes, first accumulates around the needle in a confined space with bone chips, and then penetrates into the hardly damaged inter-bone spaces. After the needle has been removed, the bone chips present in the lumen of the tunnel formed are good osteoinductive material that promotes rapid bone repair at the puncture site.

Example. B-on B-on O., 6 years old, is on treatment in the pediatric orthopedics department of the GITO from 05.05.83. On 10.08.83, the patient underwent an operation to insert into the neck and head of the right femur of two needles for intraosseous infusions. 08/11/83 through these needles started drip transfusion of drugs. When the fluid is transfused, its good absorption into the affected parts of the bone and the absence of the reverse flow of fluid along the outer walls of the needle are noted. On the control radiograph from 20.09.83 signs of the presence of tunnels in the neck and head of the femur no.

Thus, a needle for intraosseous injections, in the presence of bent teeth on the working part of the tool and a thickening in its middle part, makes it easy to produce a diffuse saturation of the spongy bone with the necessary fluid, and subsequently to stimulate the bone topper process.

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  1. NEEDLE FOR INTRASTIC INFLUENCES, containing a tube with side holes and with a cutting part at the working end, characterized in that, in order to preserve bone chips in the bone channel, the cutting part of the tube is made in the form of teeth bent away from the longitudinal axis, and the middle part it has a thickening, the diameter of which is larger than the diameter of the cutting part.
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Авторское свидетельство СССР № 100799, кл. А 61 В 17/16, 1954. *

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US6149650A (en) 1988-06-13 2000-11-21 Michelson; Gary Karlin Threaded spinal implant
US6210412B1 (en) 1988-06-13 2001-04-03 Gary Karlin Michelson Method for inserting frusto-conical interbody spinal fusion implants
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US6264656B1 (en) 1988-06-13 2001-07-24 Gary Karlin Michelson Threaded spinal implant
US6270498B1 (en) 1988-06-13 2001-08-07 Gary Karlin Michelson Apparatus for inserting spinal implants
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