SU1502004A1 - Apparatus for investigating the functional state of gastroenteric tract - Google Patents

Apparatus for investigating the functional state of gastroenteric tract Download PDF

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SU1502004A1
SU1502004A1 SU864145303A SU4145303A SU1502004A1 SU 1502004 A1 SU1502004 A1 SU 1502004A1 SU 864145303 A SU864145303 A SU 864145303A SU 4145303 A SU4145303 A SU 4145303A SU 1502004 A1 SU1502004 A1 SU 1502004A1
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Андрей Петрович Хихловский
Григорий Семенович Учитель
Альбина Петровна Тупикова
Любовь Федоровна Подмаренкова
Анатолий Михайлович Донсков
Павел Иванович Макуха
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Предприятие П/Я В-2015
Научно-исследовательский институт проктологии
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This invention relates to a medical technique used in the diagnosis of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. The device contains two successively placed gauges 12,13, each of which has an elastic annular hermetically mounted on probe 1 membrane 16 (17) opposite the outlet of the inlet tube 14 (15) and the through hole 18 (19) for communication with the atmosphere of the submembrane space through the lumen of the probe 1. The meter 13 has a protective annular grid 21. The meters 12,13 are connected to the transducers 2,3 through the discharge tubes 14,15 and to the pressure source 8 via the flow regulator 9, which allows measuring the walls and inside rosvetnoe body pressure, thereby increasing the accuracy of the study. 1 il.

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The invention relates to medical technology and can be used in the diagnosis of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.

The purpose of the invention is to improve the accuracy of the study by separately measuring the wall motility and intracavitary pressure in the studied organ of the gastrointestinal tract.

The drawing shows a schematic diagram of the device.

The device contains a hollow probe 1, two pressure transducers 2 and 3, each of which is computed as a two-membrane adder with two chambers 4, 5 and 6, 7, respectively, a pressure source 8, a flow regulator 9 with two outputs 10 and II, two successively placed gauges 12 and 13. Each gauge includes a coarse 14 (15), an elastic annular membrane Hj (17), fixed by a hermetic front end 1 opposite n () () apertures of the inlet tube 14 (15) and SCREWND) holes 18 (19), diametrically opposed in the wall 2 (J probe 1.

Change), П) 13 has an industrial annular grid 21 placed over the membrane 17 at a distance not limiting its working stroke. Holes 18 and 19 communicate membrane spaces through lumen 31) nda 1 with the atmosphere.

The flow rate ()) 9 is in communication with the pressure source 8. The meter 13 is connected to the lead of the SC with tube 15 to the chamber 4 of the pump 2, the chamber 7 of the converter 3 and () D () m I 1 of the flow regulator 9. The meter 12 of the inlet tube 14 is connected to the chamber 5 of the converter 2 by the output I) of the regulator., The torus 9 of the flow, and the chamber 6 of the converter 6 (a) of the cooler 3 coo6niena with the Atm. Fer.

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Probe I, predispose, 1, thoroughly extruded,) d t in the following area of the gastrointestinal d) act. Moreover, the diaphragms 16 and 17 of gauges 12 and 13 start to overpressure, however, the measurement I1el1) 13, the closed ring grid 21, is affected only by the luminous pressure, and the meter 12 has a set value from the action of wall motility and intraluminal pressure. Membranes 16 and 17 overlap the outlets of G10 DUAL PIPES 14 and 15. The pressure in 14 and 15 connected through Biii turns I) n 11 of the flow regulator 9 to the source 8,) astet until the pressure is not CTaiier . 1 pinch attached to .membra 10

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Our gauges are 12 and 13. The pressure gauge 13 is fed to the chamber 4 of the transducer 2 and the chamber 7 of the transducer from the gauge 12 - in the generator 2 chamber. On the two-membrane transducer 2, the signals from the gauge 12 and the distributor 2 register the motor and the transducer 3 - intrap pressure of the investigated area of the intestinal tract.

Thus, the increase is precisely due to the use of measuring and having the same static characteristics, due to its use as a pressure sensor, does not depend on the environment in which it is being studied by using a two-output flow switch. the system of shut-off valves and the monk K (} ndensator, and therefore, the pre-setting is arranged with each research.

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  1. Invention Formula
    Device for the study of Ha; ibH.u o condition of the gastrointestinal tract. With (.) Holding a hollow probe, develop: 1; K, 1, each of them is in, -1.e two-chamber two-membrane pa, and the source is different in that, for the purpose of accuracy n, 1-д (1 by measuring the motility of the wall and inside (for dav.len.and in the test of the organoceptic tract), in the demounter of the mountains of flow with two cno6menni 1 with a source of pressure, has two detectors for mejniTc, each 11 of which Incl. water 1 | P bku.: 1 elastic brane ring, sealed with hermetic probe opposite the outlet tube of the tube and the through bore dia. eternally opposed to the probe wall, one of which has a recirculated ring grid, a button) above the membrane at a distance that lowers its working stroke, and a connecting tube with the first transmitter, the second converter chamber, and the second flow output transducer, the other The transmitter with a water tube is connected to the second first transducer and the first flow regulator, and the first chamber of the transducer is connected to
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  2. 2. At the two-membrane adder converter 2, the signals are subtracted from gauges 12 and 13. Converter 2 registers the wall motility, and converter 3 records the intraluminal pressure of the studied part of the gastrointestinal tract.
    Thus, an increase in accuracy occurs due to the use of meters that share the same static and dynamic characteristics, due to the use of a meter that does not depend on the environment in which the study is performed, using a two-output flow regulator, They do not use the system of shut-off valves and the pneumatic K (} capacitor, and therefore avoid pre-setting the device immediately after each test.
    Invention Formula
    Device for the investigation of the function of the state of the gastrointestinal tract. C (.) Holding a hollow probe, two transformed: 1; K, 1, each of which is in a vi, -1.e two-membrane adder with two chambers, and a pressure source, different in that Iss, 1-d (1 van by measuring the motility of the wall and intracavitary separately (in dalef. and in the testus organ of the gastrointestinal tract, in the device we introduce a flow of mountains with two outlets, cno6menni 1 with a pressure source , the probe has two nosepieces placed by MejniTc, each of which includes a supply of 1 | P bcu.: 1 elastic an annular membrane sealed outside the probe opposite the outlet of the supply tube and the through hole diametrically opposed to the wall of the probe, in one of the gauges has a regular ring mesh, placed above the membrane at a distance not limited to its working stroke, and is connected to the supply tube with the first gauge of the first converter, the second chamber of the second converter, and the second output of the flow controller, the other measurer with its supply tube connected to the second Amer first transducer and the first output of the torus flow regulator and the first chamber of the second nreobrazovatel communicated with the atmosphere.
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US5477854A (en) 1993-09-16 1995-12-26 Synectics Medical, Inc. System and method to monitor gastrointestinal Helicobacter pylori infection
US5507289A (en) * 1993-09-16 1996-04-16 Synectics Medical, Inc. System and method to diagnose bacterial growth
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