WO1997002847A1 - Extension pipe for catheters - Google Patents

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WO1997002847A1
WO1997002847A1 PCT/JP1996/001896 JP9601896W WO9702847A1 WO 1997002847 A1 WO1997002847 A1 WO 1997002847A1 JP 9601896 W JP9601896 W JP 9601896W WO 9702847 A1 WO9702847 A1 WO 9702847A1
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Kazumi Kito
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Hoyu Medical Co., Ltd.
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61MDEVICES FOR INTRODUCING MEDIA INTO, OR ONTO, THE BODY; DEVICES FOR TRANSDUCING BODY MEDIA OR FOR TAKING MEDIA FROM THE BODY; DEVICES FOR PRODUCING OR ENDING SLEEP OR STUPOR
    • A61M3/00Medical syringes, e.g. enemata; Irrigators
    • A61M3/02Enemata; Irrigators
    • A61M3/0279Cannula; Nozzles; Tips; their connection means
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61MDEVICES FOR INTRODUCING MEDIA INTO, OR ONTO, THE BODY; DEVICES FOR TRANSDUCING BODY MEDIA OR FOR TAKING MEDIA FROM THE BODY; DEVICES FOR PRODUCING OR ENDING SLEEP OR STUPOR
    • A61M1/00Suction or pumping devices for medical purposes; Devices for carrying-off, for treatment of, or for carrying-over, body-liquids; Drainage systems
    • A61M1/0021Gravity drainage systems

Abstract

An extension pipe for catheters which enables medication or connection with washing utensils witout disconnecting the catheterizing tube from a catheter body. The pipe comprises a nipple (7) and a branching pipe (5) fitted to the bottom thereof, one branch of the pipe (5) being integrally formed from polyvinyl chloride together with a branch tube (6) to be connected thereto, while the other branch of the pipe (5) being connected to a catheterizing tube (1), which in turn is connected to a urine collecting bag (2).

Description

Akira fine manual catheter extension tube technology field

The present invention is, for example, connected to a catheter placed by inserting into the bladder from external urethral orifice of patients urinary function is decreased, and urinary tract for collecting urine urine bag, after laparotomy, was inserted into the body drainage tube or the like that is used when discharging the like pus from the body via the catheter, to an extension tube that will be connected to the catheter. BACKGROUND

Ri by conventional, catheter extension tube represented by a urinary tract Ya drainage tube

It is a (hereinafter simply referred to only with extension tube), are known extension tube of the structure shown in FIG. Here, group Hazuki described conventional extension tube diary 6 as an example when using such extension tube as urinary tract.

6, urinary tube 1 as an extension tube has a nipple 7 as cathepsin one ether connecting part at its distal end, also 蓄液 Pas Tsu grayed 2 (urine bag) at its base end guard member It has become worn, or to be detachably attached to. Thus conventional catheterization tube 1 consisted only one tube.

Meanwhile, the catheter 1 1 generally, not only to discharge the unwanted liquid from the body, is also used to inject a cleaning liquid or a drug into the body to reverse.

Therefore, when taking the urinary tube 1 as an example, field 7 P 60 to perform bladder washing during catheterization

2 Go, by releasing the connection between the catheter 1 1 and Nidzupuru 7, disconnect once the connection between the catheter 1 1 and urinary tract 1, Irurige Isseki and Jane said washer like cleaning tool, or large the tip of the syringe was replaced inserted the catheter 1 1.

In the insert exchange process, the catheter 1 1 such that the opportunity for bacteria is mixed in the catheter one ether 1 1 from the connecting portion connexion, or cause a urinary tract infection, possible urine leakage when removing the connection because there is sex, hygiene on the good better do not want just one, inserted instead of the operation is complicated. Disclosure of the Invention

The present invention, wherein has been made to solve the problems in the conventional extension tube, thereby enabling prevention bacterial infection caused by the and this removing the catheter and the catheter connecting portion, the force Tete Le and to provide an extended Ji Interview one blanking that allows eliminating the inserted complexity of recombinant work with the extension tube.

To achieve the above object, the catheter extension tube according to the present invention has a catheter connecting portion to the tip, a catheter extension tube which enables attaching the 蓄液 bag base end, bifurcation appropriate site of the tube the setting only derives branch tubes from the branch portion has a structure in which a detachable closed busy cap at its tip. Here, the branch tube is flexible, through the 圧止 member such as forceps is formed in a predetermined length in order to enable 圧止, also provided a branch portion at the base of the catheter connecting portion, the branch portion It may be integrally formed with the catheter one ether connections and vinyl chloride branching tube, polyethylene, polypropylene or the like of soft synthetic resin.

In catheter extension tube of the present invention, when performing urine collection and drainage while indwelling catheter in the body, urine or pus wearing the closed wire carrier-up to the tip of the branch tubes so as not to flow out from the branch tube If put, urine or pus catheter connecting portion from the catheter, is stored it is derived 蓄液 bag through a catheter extension tube, on the other hand, in the case of cleaning of the bladder or the like, mounted on the end of the branch tube after remove the closure cap, it is possible to perform cleaning of the bladder such as when connected to the cleaning tools and agents injector branch tube.

Thus, according to the catheter extension tube of the present invention, during cleaning of the bladder such as, a take off the connection between the catheter and the catheter connecting portion Ku, by connecting the cleaning device and drug infusion device in the branch tube, the cleaning liquid Ya drug note can be input. This ensures that the elimination with a bacterial infection can be reliably prevented in the catheter, a troublesome work that may conversion to 揷 the catheter and a catheter extension tube which caused particular removing the catheter and the catheter connecting portion can do.

Reverse flow to the branch tubes generated when performing cleaning of the bladder such as described above may correspond Ri by to 圧止 flexible branch tube 圧止 member such as forceps, The branch portion the provided at the base of the catheter connecting portion, if shorter branch tube, out of the way such Riniku physician.

Further, the branch tubes may be provided with a check valve that allows over-passing of the fluid to the catheter connecting portion direction, further, the branch unit may be disposed three-way valve.

Thus, by providing the check valve in the branch tube, to avoid having to Chiichi closed have a branch tube, by providing a three-way valve in the branch section, Ri by the switching the three-way valve, tube closure operation of is not required. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

Figure 1 is an illustration of a urinary tract which is an embodiment of the extension tube in accordance with the present invention. Figure 2 is an illustration of the use case. Figure 3 is an explanatory view of a first modification. Figure 4 is an explanatory view of a second modification. Figure 5 is an explanatory view of a third modification. Figure 6 is an explanatory view of a conventional example. BEST MODE FOR CARRYING OUT THE INVENTION

The extension tube according to the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings implementation EMBODIMENTS An embodiment of the urethral tube.

In Figure 1, 1 is a urinary tract corresponding to the extension tube, the proximal end thereof, by connexion formed to seal the peripheral edge to fit two synthetic resin sheet one bets having translucency It has been a urine collection bag 2 as 蓄液 bag is Ri attached taken. Urine collection bag 2 exhibits a hexagon to Chikara' preparative lower both sides of the quadrilateral diagonally, the scale is printed on the surface, the lower end is equipped with Dorenpaibu 3, gripping the upper end portion part 4 is cutout formed.

The drain pipe 3 is in a normal state is closed by 圧止 member 3 a, by locking the earlier end to the securing body 3 b, is supported in a state of being bent obliquely upward.

The tip of the urinary tube 1 is connected to one branch opening in the branch pipe 5 bifurcated constituting the branch portion A.

Also the the other branch port of the branch pipe 5 Ri Contact is connected to a branch tube 6, the branch pipe 5, the attached roots Nidzupuru 7 is a connection between the catheter 1 1, and its Nidzupuru 7 branch tube 6 together, they are integrally formed by vinyl chloride. It supersedes any branch tube 6 has flexibility. More open-end opening of the branch tube 6, is equipped with closing cap 8 of the screw-in is, the air filter 9 is provided in the upper corner of the urine bag 1. J

5 rich in the urinary tract 1 also flexibility, in the urinary tract 1 have been belong with the 圧止 member 1 0, the Rishirubenyo tube 1 by its 圧止 member 1 0 appropriately closable and and Do One. ,

Urinary tube 1 thus formed is a nipple 7, for example, Foley - indwelling only evening such a balloon catheter and Mareko Tsu preparative catheter or the like connecting the catheter 1 1 Eve, bladder the catheter 1 1 from the urethral meatus if ask deployed by inserting within, by adding abdominal pressure can be derived urine accumulated in the bladder in the urine bag 2.

If the cleaning of the bladder, as shown in FIG. 2, while keeping connecting branch pipe 5 to the force Tete Le 1 1, as well as closing the urinary tract 1 圧止 member 1 0 accessory, branch tubes 6 the closed with forceps 1 2, after connecting the cleaning implement 1 3 thereto Remove the closure caps 8, just opening the branch tube 6 Remove the forceps 1 2, the catheter 1 a every time urinary tract 1 need without is the vent outside from 1.

Operation also when the infusion is similar.

Urinary tube 1 of this embodiment, since the branch tube 6 and the nipple 7 is integrally formed with the branch pipes 5, there is no room for entering the bacteria, not only it is very hygienic, they one location do not become a by Ri the way that has been concentrated in the, in particular, that was short urinary tube 1 made of soft synthetic resin, also it is less uncomfortable touching the skin.

The branch pipe 5 to this are integrally formed, in addition to vinyl chloride, Poryechi Ren and polypropylene, etc., a synthetic resin material with a soft flexible can for suitably used.

Urinary tube 1 of this embodiment, urine collection bag 2 is attached at its proximal end, a urine collection bag 2 of that is has a structure which can not be removed, no harm even possible remove the urine collection bag 2, position of the branch portion a, the length of the branch tube 6 and the like can also be set freely.

Also, as in the first modified example illustrated in FIG. 3, the tip of the branch tube 6, the check valve 1 4 having an X-shaped cut, for example, in the center of the leaflet 1 4 a provided or, 4 as in the second modification illustrated in, it provided a three-way valve 1 5 on the branch portion a configured to be switched, Saishi the cleaning liquid and drug infusion, also backflow prevention is not a branch tube 6 and each time closed it is good Unisuru be that.

Extension tube of the present invention is not limited to urinary tract 1, as of the third modification shown in FIG. 5, the extension tube for drainage obtained by deriving a branch tube 6 in the middle of Haiumikan 1 ' applies to equal, the extension tube for drainage, branch tube 6 to 圧止 member 1 0 is also rather then desirable to attach a, in which case, 圧止 member 1 0, to the position of may everywhere, if movable excellent operability.

Note that the branch tube 6, taking into account the case of closed using forceps 1 2, it is necessary to provide the flexible portion of the 圧止 possible 1 cm about the length at the forceps 1 2 even rather small but long flexible tube and to, Ri utilizing 圧止 member instead of the forceps 1 2, Ri is provided partially flexible portion, no problem changed as appropriate to adopt the plug-on cap .

Moreover, the form 蓄液 bag 2 is not limited to the embodiments, it is also possible substitute for bottles and cans. Industrial Applicability

According to the present invention, Ri by that was derived branch tubes from the middle of the extension tube, it is prevented vent insert bacterial infections due to the operation for connecting the instrument, it is possible to cleanly treat .

And a branch portion provided on the base of the catheter connector portion, the branch portion and the catheter one ether connecting part and a short branch tubes Assuming formed integrally of a soft synthetic resin material, Ri disturbing the Na also be attached difficulty rather, differences sum with little sense to touch the skin.

Also, may be provided a check valve in the branch tube, by providing a three-way valve in the branch portion, the switching operation between the extension tube and the branch tube, performed in one evening Tutsi without using 圧止 member Ya forceps.

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The scope of the claims
1. Has a catheter connecting portion to the tip, a catheter extension tube which enables attaching the 蓄液 bag to the proximal end, the partial Kibe an appropriate site of the tube is provided to derive the branch tubes from the branch portion, catheter extension tube having a closure cap detachable from the tip.
2. The branch tube has a flexible, catheter extension tube according to claim 1, characterized in that it is formed in a predetermined length in order to enable 圧止 via 圧止 member.
. 3 The圧止member force according to claim 2, characterized in that the forceps Te - Tenore extension Ju - off 0
4. The branching portion is provided at the base of the catheter connecting portion, branching portion, the force catheters connections and branch tubes, catheters extension according to claim 1, characterized in that it is integrally formed with a soft synthetic resin tube.
5. The soft synthetic resin, vinyl chloride, catheter extension Ju part of claim 4, wherein the polyethylene or polypropylene.
6. Wherein the branch tube, the force Te one ether extension tube according to claim 1, characterized in that a check valve that allows passage of fluid to the direction of the catheter connection.
7. The catheter extension tube according to claim 1, characterized in that arranged a three-way valve in the branch portion.
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