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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61FFILTERS IMPLANTABLE INTO BLOOD VESSELS; PROSTHESES; DEVICES PROVIDING PATENCY TO, OR PREVENTING COLLAPSING OF, TUBULAR STRUCTURES OF THE BODY, e.g. STENTS; ORTHOPAEDIC, NURSING OR CONTRACEPTIVE DEVICES; FOMENTATION; TREATMENT OR PROTECTION OF EYES OR EARS; BANDAGES, DRESSINGS OR ABSORBENT PADS; FIRST-AID KITS
    • A61F5/00Orthopaedic methods or devices for non-surgical treatment of bones or joints; Nursing devices; Anti-rape devices
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  • a A represent the corset which, as above stated is nearly in the usual form.
  • FIG. B B B Sac. show the situation of steel springs stitched in the body of the corset one of which is seen at Fig. 4;.
  • the corset has an opening in the center, which divides it vertically into two halves except the lining, forming a situation in which the main umbilical springs is inclosed by lacing as seen in Fig. l.
  • S F1g. 3 shows the spring.
  • D D D D D &c. are supporting belts, buttoned at the ends to the lower edge of the corset which may be shortened in effect by the button holes below at a a o a.
  • E E are two short or center belts, buttoned as above and supporting the belts D D &c. in the center by lacing.
  • the belts D D &c. have their approximate edges laced together at b b &c;
  • F F a steel spring of two inches, more or less in width which I term the abdominal supporter, which is inclosed in suitable belt or covering F2.
  • This spring is secured by lacing in holes or eyelets through the edge of its covering, and is connected at the ends with two supporting belts G, G, which are buttoned to the corset at II I-I, which last belts are double and are not only of elastic material, but are rendered more elastic by spiral springs K of brass .wire inclu-sed in oiled silk. See K Figs. l and 5.

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MARIA P. DIBBLE, OF NEW YORK, Y.
UMBILICAL SUPPORTER COMBINED WITH A CORSET.
To all whom/@'15 may concern:
Be it known that I, Manni I). DiBLn, of the city, county, and State of New York, have invented a new and improved mode of effecting the reduction and support of Jdie various kinds of hernia, principally intended for the use of females and especially in cases of umbilical hernia and of prolapV sus uteri, which I perform by means of an apparatus which I denominate the staytruss or umbilical supporter, and I hereby declare that the following is a full and exact description of the same.
It is well understood that the application hitherto made use of in such cases consists of steel trusses of such various forms as fancy or convenience may suggest, which trusses are often inconvenient to wear and illy adapted to female use. Now to remedy this inconvenience, and to furnish at the same time a more eflicacious appli-cation I construct, in the first place a corset similar to those wo-rn by females as an article ot' dress, the form of which, with the additional appendages are shown in the drawing hereto annexed.
A A represent the corset which, as above stated is nearly in the usual form.
B B B Sac. show the situation of steel springs stitched in the body of the corset one of which is seen at Fig. 4;. The corsethas an opening in the center, which divides it vertically into two halves except the lining, forming a situation in which the main umbilical springs is inclosed by lacing as seen in Fig. l. S F1g. 3 shows the spring.
rIhe lower end of said spring is covered with morocco or other suitable covering, as seen at C Fig. 1 and on the back or inside of said spring is the umbilical compress L Fig. 3 consisting of a spiral spring, wound in the short rustrum of a cone, and covered with soft leather or any other suitable cov erng and secured to spring S by screw I.
D D D D &c. are supporting belts, buttoned at the ends to the lower edge of the corset which may be shortened in effect by the button holes below at a a o a.
E E are two short or center belts, buttoned as above and supporting the belts D D &c. in the center by lacing. The belts D D &c. have their approximate edges laced together at b b &c; F F a steel spring of two inches, more or less in width which I term the abdominal supporter, which is inclosed in suitable belt or covering F2. This spring is secured by lacing in holes or eyelets through the edge of its covering, and is connected at the ends with two supporting belts G, G, which are buttoned to the corset at II I-I, which last belts are double and are not only of elastic material, but are rendered more elastic by spiral springs K of brass .wire inclu-sed in oiled silk. See K Figs. l and 5.
Vhen the above described corset is placed round the waist and drawn tight by lacing at the back, the abdominal spring F with the belts D, E, F2 G will inclose the abdomen with equal tension. It is not 'deemed necessary to describe the mode of application to all the vario-us cases of hernia which may possibly occur, as steel springs and compresses may be attached to the above described apparatus suited to each case.
I claim- The combination ot the belts D, E, F2 Gr and springs F, L, K S constituting the umbilical supporter with the corset A in the manner and for the purpose set forth.
MARIA P. DIBBLE.
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