SU1355266A1 - Arrangement for dissection of constrictions of tubular organs - Google Patents

Arrangement for dissection of constrictions of tubular organs

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SU1355266A1
SU1355266A1 SU853985582A SU3985582A SU1355266A1 SU 1355266 A1 SU1355266 A1 SU 1355266A1 SU 853985582 A SU853985582 A SU 853985582A SU 3985582 A SU3985582 A SU 3985582A SU 1355266 A1 SU1355266 A1 SU 1355266A1
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wire
working end
catheter
device
olive
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Зариббай Янгибаев
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3. Янгибаев
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Abstract

The invention is intended for the surgical treatment of the constriction of a diseased duodenal nipple. The purpose of the invention is to reduce the time of the operation. The device is made in the form of a catheter 1 of elastic material with an olive-like extension 2 at the working end. In the lumen of the catheter there is a mandrel 3, bent in the working section, with a wire 4 exiting through the opening 5 in an olive-like extension. The working end of the wire 4 is attached to the working end 6. At the non-working end of the wire 4, there is a mark 7 to determine the distance to which the wire 4 must be pulled when cutting the tapers. When a device is conducted through a large duodenal nipple, which has a narrowing, an olivoobrazny expansion does not pass into the lumen of the duodenum. Wire 4 is pulled up to mark 7, the working end of the wire is in close contact with the narrowed fragment, after which the coagulator is turned on. After dissection, the oliviform expansion passes freely through the large duodenal nipple. The device provides the acceleration of papillosphincterotomy. 2 Il. (L with SP els O5 O) FIG. FIG. g

Description

The invention relates to medicine, in particular to the medical technology, and can be used in the surgical treatment of the narrowing of the large duodenal papilla.

The purpose of the invention is to reduce the time of the operation.

FIG. 1 shows the proposed device, a general view; in fig. 2 - the same, when bending the working end.

The device for dissecting the contractions of tubular organs is made of elastic material in the form of a catheter 1 with an olive-like extension 2 at the working end, containing in its lumen a hollow metal mandrel 3, bent in the working part with wire 4, inside and having an olive-shaped extension at the exit point wire hole 5. The working end of the wire 4 is attached to the working end 6 of the catheter 1, on the wire 4 at its non-working end there is a mark 7 to determine the distance that the wire 4 needs to be pulled for section of the waist.

The device is used as follows.

Under anesthesia, laparotomy and cholecystectomy are performed. Next, it produces cholestrophy - opening the common bile duct. A device is inserted through the choledochotomy in the distal direction and guided through the large duodenal nipple into the duodenal lumen, which is determined by the surgeon by palpating the anterior wall of the duodenum. If there is a narrowing of the large duodenal papilla, then an olive-extended area of the device

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does not pass through it. Then the wire 4 is pulled up to the mark 7. At the same time, the working end of the device takes the form of a bowstring and the working end of the wire closely contacts the narrowed segment of the large duodenal teat. The wire 4 is connected to an electrosurgical apparatus (coagulant) and by intermittently connecting the current while simultaneously moving the device in the direction of the duodenal cavity, the operation is carried out. As soon as the narrowed area of the large duodenal papilla is removed (dissected), the olive-like expansion of the device passes freely through the large duodenal nipple.

The use of the device makes it possible to significantly accelerate papilosphincterotomy due to the possibility of safely and quickly conducting the working part of the device through the narrowed large duodenal nipple in almost all cases, as well as to standardize the dissection.

In addition, when manipulating this device, the trauma of the operation is reduced by using

five

five

elastic probes.

Claims (1)

  1. Invention Formula
    A device for dissecting the contractions of tubular organs, made in the form of a catheter with wire fixed at its working end, passed through the hole into the inside of the catheter, characterized in that, in order to reduce the time of the operation, a hollow mandrel was inserted into the catheter along its length in the working part, at the same time on the catheter in the area of the hole is made olivoobraznye expansion.
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US5547469A (en) * 1994-05-13 1996-08-20 Boston Scientific Corporation Apparatus for performing diagnostic and therapeutic modalities in the biliary tree
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US5868698A (en) * 1994-05-13 1999-02-09 Boston Scientific Corporation Apparatus for performing diagnostic and therapeutic modalities in the biliary tree
US7645254B2 (en) 1994-05-13 2010-01-12 Boston Scientific Scimed, Inc. Apparatus for performing diagnostic and therapeutic modalities in the biliary tree
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US6277083B1 (en) 1999-12-27 2001-08-21 Neothermia Corporation Minimally invasive intact recovery of tissue
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