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Bio-signal monitoring system, bio-signal monitoring method, and esophagus probe device

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WO2015084033A1
WO2015084033A1 PCT/KR2014/011725 KR2014011725W WO2015084033A1 WO 2015084033 A1 WO2015084033 A1 WO 2015084033A1 KR 2014011725 W KR2014011725 W KR 2014011725W WO 2015084033 A1 WO2015084033 A1 WO 2015084033A1
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조현화
김원기
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연세대학교 원주산학협력단
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    • A61B5/01Measuring temperature of body parts; Diagnostic temperature sensing, e.g. for malignant or inflammed tissue
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    • A61B5/04Detecting, measuring or recording bioelectric signals of the body or parts thereof
    • A61B5/0402Electrocardiography, i.e. ECG
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    • A61B5/0421Endotracheal, oesophageal or gastric probes

Abstract

A bio-signal monitoring system using an esophagus probe device comprises a flexible tube, an esophagus probe device, one end of which is inserted into an esophagus of a human body in a state in which the other end of the esophagus probe device is exposed to the outside, and a monitoring device for outputting a bio-signal received from the esophagus probe device, wherein the esophagus probe device comprises a tube which includes at least one indicator printed by a contrast material on the outer surface and is formed of a flexible material, a temperature sensor which is located inside the other end of the tube, measures a temperature from an esophagus and generates a first bio-signal corresponding to the measured temperature, and a first connection unit which transmits the first bio-signal to the monitoring device.

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Physiological signal monitoring systems, and biological signal monitoring method and esophageal probe device

It relates to physiological signal monitoring systems, and biological signal monitoring method and esophageal probe apparatus.

Heart rate (心音) refers to the sound that occurs when the heart's contraction and expansion. You can grasp the heart sounds through a heart rate curve shown in the attached: (ElectroCardioGraphy ECG), heart rate, and display the ECG unit to the body water, and can listen to the stethoscope to contact the body of the peripheral heart. If surgery or thoracic surgery cases in children, there is a difficulty in mounting and positioning of the stethoscope ECG. There is also a need to in order to accurately determine the condition of the heart should also monitor core body temperature.

Recently, in order to accurately monitor the heart, there have been a lot of development apparatus that can contain, and insert the sensor inside the body of a variety of sensors. Such an apparatus is mainly can be cannulated into the airway. However, if the intubation devices including various sensors in the airway, there may occur the case that may block the airway. Thus, the device is capable of accurately monitoring the heart, without blocking the airway is required.

Surgery in children, is difficult to position the attached ECG or auscultation (stethoscope) surgery, such as thoracic surgery, it is important to monitor the core body temperature. To this it is attached a multi-function sensor, and to provide a stethoscope sound manner can be acquired physiological signal monitoring systems, to monitor bio-signals in the device and esophageal probe. In the case of cannulation an apparatus comprising several types of sensors in the airway, it may occur if the airway is blocked, and to provide to intubation of the esophagus physiological signal monitoring systems, to monitor bio-signal method and esophageal probe apparatus. Further, to provide a physiological signal monitoring systems, and biological signal monitoring method and esophageal probe apparatus to easily determine the sensor locations in the operation and during X-ray transmission, a tube (Tube).

However, SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION An example of this embodiment is not limited to the aspect as described above, may also be present another technical problem.

As a technical means for achieving the above-mentioned technical problem, one embodiment of this invention includes a bio-signal monitoring system is a flexible tube with an esophageal probe device, once in the exposed state to the outside of the other end inserted into the esophagus of the body which comprising: a monitoring unit for outputting the bio-signal received from the esophageal probe apparatus, esophageal probe apparatus, esophageal probe apparatus includes the at least one or more representations printed by the contrast material to the outer side, and the tube formed of a flexible material, the other end of the tube located therein, measuring the temperature and from the esophagus, and a first connection for transmitting a temperature sensor and a first bio-signal to produce a first bio-signal corresponding to the measured temperature to a monitoring device.

According to a one example of this embodiment, esophageal probe device is positioned within the other end of the tubing, picking up sound from the esophagus, and a sound recognizing sensor and a second bio-signal to produce a second bio-signal corresponding to the recognized voice monitoring device a second connection for transmitting a may further include.

According to a one example of this embodiment, the monitoring device may include a second amplifying biological signals, filters, and play the sound to play a filtered second physiological signal through a sound output device for amplifying a second bio-signal parts.

According to an example embodiment of this embodiment, contrast material can be a x-ray contrast material.

According to an example embodiment of this embodiment, x-ray contrast material may be barium.

According to a one example of this embodiment, contrast material can be any one of a CT (Computed Tomography) imaging material, MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) contrast material, PET (Positron Emission Tomography) imaging materials, an optical contrast material or ultrasound contrast materials.

According to one example embodiment of the present embodiment may further include an x-ray apparatus for creating an image associated with the esophageal probe apparatus.

According to a one example of this embodiment, x-ray device is irradiated with x-ray toward the body, and, x-ray transceivers, by the contrast material based on a transmitted or reflected signal esophageal probe for receiving a transmitted or reflected signal by the contrast material an image generator, and the generated image to generate an image associated with the device may comprise a video display unit for displaying on a display.

According to an example embodiment of this embodiment, the indicator may include a plurality of graduations printed in accordance with a predetermined interval.

According to an example embodiment of this embodiment, the indicator may be displayed at a position associated with a temperature sensor or a sound recognition sensor.

According to a one example of this embodiment, a method for monitoring a biological signal by using the esophageal probe device comprising a flexible tube, one end of the body in vivo through the esophageal probe device is inserted into the external esophagus at the other end the body in an exposed state on obtaining a signal, comprising: a step of outputting step and the received bio-signals for receiving a bio-signal obtained from the esophageal probe apparatus, esophageal probe apparatus, including the at least one display printed through the contrast material to the outer and, located in a tube, the inner other end of the tube formed with a flexible material, measuring temperature from the esophagus and transmits the temperature sensor and the first bio-signal to produce a first bio-signal corresponding to the measured temperature to a monitoring device a first connecting portion.

According to a one example of this embodiment, it comprises a flexible tube, and one end in an exposed state on the outside of the other end body esophagus esophageal probe unit to be inserted into the can including the at least one display printed through the contrast material to the outer, flexible a tube formed by the material, is located inside the other end of the tube, for measuring a temperature from the esophagus and transmits the temperature sensor and the first bio-signal to produce a first bio-signal corresponding to the measured temperature to a monitoring device of the first It may include a connecting portion.

According to any one of the problem solution means of the present invention described above, when the surgery, is difficult to position the ECG attached or stethoscope (stethoscope) surgery such as thoracic surgery in children, the monitoring of the core body temperature is important . To this is attached a multi-function sensor, it is possible to provide a stethoscope sound monitoring physiological signal monitoring systems, bio-signal that can have a method and esophageal probe apparatus.

According to any one of the problem solution means of the present invention described above, if the cannulation an apparatus comprising several types of sensors in the airway, physiological signal monitoring system that may occur if the airway is blocked, can be intubated in the esophagus, in vivo signal can provide a monitoring method and esophageal probe apparatus.

According to any one of the problem solution means of the present invention described above, operation and during X-ray transmission, a tube a physiological signal monitoring systems, and biological signal monitoring method and esophageal probe device capable of easily determining the sensor locations in the (Tube) It can provide.

1 is a diagram of a biological signal monitoring system in accordance with one embodiment of the present invention.

2 is a view showing the configuration of esophageal probe apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Figures 3a-3b is a diagram showing a configuration of a monitoring apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 4 is a flow diagram illustrating a biological signal monitoring method according to an embodiment of the present invention.

5 is a view showing an esophageal probe according to another embodiment of the present invention.

In the following a description will be given of an embodiment of the present invention will be fully self-of ordinary skill to be easily carried out in the pertaining the present invention with reference to the accompanying drawings art. However, the invention is not to be implemented in many different forms and limited to the embodiments set forth herein. And the part not related to the description in order to clearly describe the present invention in the figures was in nature and not restrictive. Like reference numerals designate like elements throughout the specification.

In the specification, when that any part is "connected" with another part, which is also included if it is the case that is "directly connected to", as well as, interposed between the other element or intervening "electrically connected" . In addition, it is assuming that any part "includes" a certain component, which is not to exclude other components not specifically described against which means that it is possible to further include other components. Further, when any member that is the other member "in the" situated, which also includes a case member which is in contact with the other members, as well as if the other member exists between the two members.

1 is a diagram of a biological signal monitoring system in accordance with one embodiment of the present invention. 1, a living body monitoring system 1 according to one embodiment of the present invention may include esophageal probe device 100 and monitoring device 200. However, in some embodiments of the present invention may be configured differently from the FIG 1 a biological signal monitoring system (1). For example, the bio-signal monitoring system 1 may further include a plurality of monitoring devices, it may further include a separate communication device (not shown).

Esophageal probe device 100 includes a flexible tube 110, one end can be inserted into the other end outside the state of the body from exposure to the esophagus. Tube 110 and including the at least one or more representations printed by the contrast material to the outside, it may be formed using a flexible material. Contrast material may be, for example, x-ray contrast substance such as barium. Alternatively, the imaging material may be any one of a CT (Computed Tomography) imaging material, MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) contrast material, PET (Positron Emission Tomography) imaging material, optical material, or an ultrasound imaging contrast substance. The display includes a plurality of graduations printed in accordance with a predetermined interval on the outside of the tube 110, it may be displayed at a position associated with the temperature sensor 120 or a sound recognition sensor 140. The tube 110 is harmless to the human body, such as PVC, PP, PBT, ABS, PE, PS, TPX, POM or PPE, and may be of a non-toxic material.

Esophageal probe device 100 may include a temperature sensor 120 and a sound recognition sensor 140 within the other end of the tube 110. Esophageal probe device 100 may measure the temperature of the body from the esophagus through the temperature sensor 120, and generate a first bio-signal corresponding to the measured temperature. At this time, the resulting first bio-signal may be sent to the monitoring apparatus 200 via the first connection portion 130. The Further, the esophageal probe device 100 can recognize the sound from the body of the esophagus through the voice recognition sensor 140, and generate a second bio-signal corresponding to the recognized voice. At this time, the generated second bio-signal may be sent to the monitoring apparatus 200 through the second connection portion 150. The

Esophageal probe device 100 can electrically transmit the electrical signal to one of the monitoring apparatus 200 or a plurality of monitoring devices each with a plurality of mutually insulating the respective transmission media. For example, the esophagus, the probe apparatus (not shown) 100 has a first electrical signal and transmits to the monitoring apparatus 200, the second stethoscope a second electric signal obtained from the sensor electronic monitoring device obtained from the first sensor It can be transferred to. At this time, the first electric signal and the second electrical signal may be Shin Hoil different from each other, and the living body, the first electrical signal and the second electrical signal characteristic.

Monitoring device 200 can outputs the bio-signal received from the esophageal probe device 100. At this time, the monitoring apparatus 200 may play a physiological signal received by the biological signal amplifier, filter, and filters the amplified biological signal from the esophageal probe device 100. In addition, the monitoring device 200 may generate an image associated with the esophageal probe device 100. Monitoring device 200 is irradiated with x-ray toward the body, and receives a signal transmitted or reflected by the contrast material. At this time, the monitoring device 200 may generate an image associated with the esophageal probe device 100 on the basis of the transmitted or the reflected signal by the contrast material, and displays the generated image on a display. The display may not only show the portion of LCD, LED, such as an image including the touch panel, to process a user's touch input.

2 is a view showing the configuration of esophageal probe apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention. 1 and 2, the esophageal probe device 100 includes a tube 110, temperature sensor 120, the first connection portion 130, a sound recognition sensor 140 and the second connection portion 150 can.

However, the esophageal probe 100 shown in Figure 2 is merely one embodiment of the invention, the strain in various forms on the basis of the components shown in Figure 2 is possible also is in the art an embodiment of the present those of ordinary skill can appreciate. For example, a function provided for in the components and the component can be further separated into combined into fewer components or additional components.

Tube 110 can comprise at least one indicator 115 is printed by the contrast material to the outer side. At this time, the imaging material may be an x-ray contrast materials, x-ray contrast material may be barium. In addition, the imaging material may be any one of a CT (Computed Tomography) imaging material, MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) contrast material, PET (Positron Emission Tomography) imaging material, optical material, or an ultrasound imaging contrast substance. Indicator 115 may include a plurality of graduations printed in accordance with a predetermined interval. In addition, the indicator 115 may be displayed at a position associated with the temperature sensor 120 or a sound recognition sensor 140. At this time, the operation house if the perspective of X-ray to surgery or patients to self patient, by inserting the esophageal probe device 100 in the esophagus of the patient, surgical house The tube 110 is a marker (115 printed on ) and it may indicate the length of insertion and the insertion direction of the tube using a. The tube 110 is harmless to the human body, such as PVC, PP, PBT, ABS, PE, PS, TPX, POM or PPE, and may be of a non-toxic material.

Temperature sensor 120 may measure the temperature from the body of the esophagus, and generate a first bio-signal corresponding to the measured temperature. The diaphragm (Diaphragm) and thermistor (Thermistor) is required to temperature sensor 120 to measure an accurate core body temperature. Thermistor has a cobalt, copper, be suitable resistivity and thermometer a mixture of manganese, iron, nickel, at least two of the oxides, such as titanium, is the element for the electronic circuit when the electric conductivity of the semiconductor using a sensitive characteristic for ambient temperature changes . A thermistor is a temperature change in the heat capacity write down smile blossomed a rapid change in resistance has been widely used mainly as a control and a sensor for temperature detection. The diaphragm may be a kind of a late night, which means that a thin film plate with a resilient, natural rubber, synthetic rubber, any of the metal plate. Temperature sensor 120 may be used to prevent diaphragm damage due to heating, and to quantify the measured temperature to the appropriate temperature. In this way, temperature sensor 120 may obtain the optimum body temperature measurement result in the range 15 to 40 degrees using a diaphragm, and a thermistor.

A first connecting portion (130) transmits a first bio-signal to a monitoring device 200. The

Voice recognition sensor 140 can recognize the sound from the esophagus, and generate a second bio-signal corresponding to the recognized voice. At this time, the voice recognition sensor 140 may include a microphone (microphone). Voice recognition sensor 140 can be connected to a separate stethoscope. When microphone transmits the sound recognition from the esophagus to the stethoscope, the stethoscope user can listening to the sound generated inside the body. At this time, the bio-signal may be a second heart sound (心音), heart sounds may include a first sound and a second sound. The first heart sound is a sound that occurs in the ventricular systole, and vibration per second with 57 ~ 70Hz, the longer the duration of the sound. The second heart sound is a sound that occurs in the ventricular diastolic, and vibration per second with 90 ~ 100Hz, a shorter duration of the sound. For example, a sound recognition sensor 140 when the first sound is generated, can be transmitted to the first negative second bio-signal a second connection portion 150, the monitoring apparatus 200 through the generated corresponding to the. For another example, it is possible to send to the voice recognition sensor 140 when the second sound is generated, the second negative second monitoring device 200 to generate a biological signal through the second connecting portion 150, which corresponds to.

At this time, the temperature sensor 120 and a sound recognition sensor 140 may be located in the form of series or parallel inside the other end of the tube 100.

The second connection portion 150 may send a second bio-signal to a monitoring device 200. The

Figures 3a-3b is a diagram showing a configuration of a monitoring apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention. 1 and reference to Figure 3a, the monitoring device 200 may include a voice recognition unit 210 and the X-ray device (220).

However, the monitoring apparatus 200 illustrated in Figures 3a-3b are deformed in various forms are possible on the basis of the components shown in Figures 3a-3b is merely one embodiment of the invention, are embodiments of the present those skilled in the art, examples of belonging can be understood. For example, a function provided for in the components and the component can be further separated into combined into fewer components or additional components.

Voice recognition unit 210 may filter the second a second amplifier for biological signals and amplifying biological signals transmitted from the second connecting portion 150. Voice recognition unit 210 may filter the second bio-signal for a particular frequency band in order to remove noise (noise) included in the second bio-signal. At this time, the bio-signal may be a second heart sound (心音), heart sounds may include a first sound and a second sound. The first heart sound is a sound that occurs in the ventricular systole, and vibration per second with 57 ~ 70Hz, the longer the duration of the sound. The second heart sound is a sound that occurs in the ventricular diastolic, and vibration per second with 90 ~ 100Hz, a shorter duration of the sound.

Referring to Figure 3b, voice recognition device 210 may include a sound reproducing unit 211. Voice recognition device 210 can play back the amplified and filtered second physiological signal through a sound reproducing unit 211.

X-ray apparatus 220 may generate an image associated with the esophageal probe device 100. Referring to Figure 3b, X-ray apparatus 220 may comprise an x-ray transceivers 221, image generation unit 222 and the image display unit 223. The

X-ray transceiver 210 is irradiated with x-ray toward the body, and receives a signal transmitted or reflected by the contrast material. At this time, the imaging material is an x-ray contrast materials, x-ray contrast material may be barium.

Image generation unit 220 may generate an image associated with the esophageal probe device 100 on the basis of the transmitted or the reflected signal by the contrast material. For example, the image generation unit 220 may generate an image associated with the indicator is displayed using the generated image to the tube 110 of the esophageal probe device 100. Indicator may be displayed at a position associated with the temperature sensor 120 or a sound recognition sensor 140. Indicator may be printed on the tube 110 to the barium comprises a plurality of the printed scale, a plurality of scale x-ray contrast material in accordance with a predetermined interval.

A video display unit 230 may display the generated image on a display.

Monitoring device 200 includes a voice recognition unit 210 and the x-ray device 220, in addition to radiation devices (not shown), CT (Computed Thomography) device (not shown), MRI (Magnetic Reasonance Imaging) apparatus, PET (Positron Emission Tomography) may further include a device or the like.

Figure 4 is a flow diagram illustrating a biological signal monitoring method according to an embodiment of the present invention. The biological signal monitoring method shown in Figure 4, the foregoing Fig. 1, 2, monitors the bio-signal described with reference to Figs. 3a-3b system 1, the esophageal probe device 100 and monitoring device 200 of at least one It can be performed by. Accordingly, the following is a through Figures 1 to 3 even if it is omitted, the contents described in at least one of the biological signal monitoring system 1, the esophageal probe device 100 and monitoring device 200, information is also applied to Fig.

Comprises a flexible tube in the step S410, on the one exposed on the other end outside the esophageal probe device 100 that is inserted into the body of the esophagus may obtain a biological signal of the body. Monitoring device in step S420 (200) may receive the acquired bio-signal from the esophageal probe device 100. At this time, the esophageal probe apparatus (100) including the at least one or more representations printed by the contrast material to the outer side, may comprise a tube formed from a flexible material. Further, the esophageal probe device 100 may include a temperature sensor located within the other end of the tube, for measuring a temperature from the esophagus, and generate a first bio-signal corresponding to the measured temperature. Further, the esophageal probe device 100 may include a first connection for transmitting a first bio-signal to a monitoring device 200. The The monitoring apparatus 200 in step S430 may output the received bio-signals.

4, though not shown, biological signal monitoring method according to an embodiment of the present invention may further comprise the step of irradiating an x-ray toward the monitor device 200 body. In addition, the body signal monitoring method may further comprise the step of monitoring device 200 is irradiated with x-ray toward the esophageal probe device 100.

4, though not shown, biological signal monitoring method according to an embodiment of the present invention may further comprise the step of monitoring device 200 receives the transmitted or the reflected signal by the contrast material.

Although not shown in Figure 4, the biological signal monitoring method according to an embodiment of the present invention, the monitoring device 200 is to generate an image associated with the esophageal probe device 100 on the basis of the transmitted or the reflected signal by the contrast material It may further comprise the step.

4, though not shown, biological signal monitoring method according to an embodiment of the present invention may further comprise the step of displaying on a display an image generated by the monitoring device 200. The

In the above description, steps S410 to S430 in accordance with a embodiment of the invention, or further divided into additional steps may be combined into fewer steps. In addition, some steps may be omitted, as needed, may be the order between the step changes.

5 is a view showing an esophageal probe according to another embodiment of the present invention. 5, the esophagus, the probe device 100 includes a tube 110, temperature sensor 120, the first connection portion 130, a sound recognition sensor 140 and the second connection portion in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention ( 150) may include.

Esophageal probe device 100 includes a flexible tube 110, one end can be inserted into the other end outside the state of the body from exposure to the esophagus. Tube 110 and including the at least one display printed over by the contrast material to the outer side, can be formed with a flexible material. Contrast material may be, for example, x-ray contrast substance such as barium. Alternatively, the imaging material may be any one of a CT (Computed Tomography) imaging material, MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) contrast material, PET (Positron Emission Tomography) imaging material, optical material, or an ultrasound imaging contrast substance. The display includes a plurality of graduations printed in accordance with a predetermined interval on the outside of the tube 110, it may be displayed at a position associated with the temperature sensor 120 or a sound recognition sensor 140. The tube 110 is harmless to the human body, such as PVC, PP, PBT, ABS, PE, PS, TPX, POM or PPE, and may be of a non-toxic material.

At this time, the tube 110 may be of the projection, it pointed as a different form than FIG. As another example, the tube 110 may be in the form of two-stage to a temperature sensor 120 and a voice recognition sensor 140.

Esophageal probe device 100 may include a temperature sensor 120 and a sound recognition sensor 140 within the other end of the tube 110. Esophageal probe device 100 may measure the temperature from the body of the esophagus using the temperature sensor 120, and generate a first bio-signal corresponding to the measured temperature. At this time, the resulting first bio-signal may be sent to the monitoring apparatus 200 via the first connection portion 130. The Further, the esophageal probe device 100 may use a voice recognition sensor 140 to recognize the sound from the body of the esophagus, and generate a second bio-signal corresponding to the recognized voice. At this time, the generated second bio-signal may be sent to the monitoring apparatus 200 through the second connection portion 150. The

Esophageal probe device 100 can electrically transmit the electrical signal to one of the monitoring apparatus 200 or a plurality of monitoring devices each with a plurality of mutually insulating the respective transmission media. For example, the esophagus, the probe apparatus (not shown) 100 has a first electrical signal and transmits to the monitoring apparatus 200, the second stethoscope a second electric signal obtained from the sensor electronic monitoring device obtained from the first sensor It can be transferred to. At this time, the first electric signal and the second electrical signal may be Shin Hoil different from each other, and the living body, the first electrical signal and the second electrical signal characteristic.

Biological signal monitoring method described above is in the form of a recording medium comprising instructions executable by a computer, such as program modules, being executed by a computer may also be implemented. Computer readable media can be any available media that can be accessed by the computer and includes both volatile and nonvolatile media, removable and non-removable media. Further, the computer readable medium may include both computer storage media and communication media. Computer storage media includes both volatile and nonvolatile, removable and non-removable media implemented in any method or technology for storage of information such as computer readable instructions, data structures, program modules or other data. And communication media typically include other data, or other transport mechanism in a modulated data signal such as computer readable instructions, data structures, program modules, or carrier, and includes any information delivery media.

Description of the invention described above will be appreciated that is for illustrative purposes, One of ordinary skill in the art without changing the technical spirit or essential features of the present invention easily deformed is possible in other specific forms will be. Thus the embodiments described above are only to be understood as illustrative and non-restrictive in every respect. For example, the components that are described in one-piece can be performed with the embodiment may be distributed, combined also it has been described as distributed components, which likewise form.

The scope of the invention is intended to be included within the scope of the above description becomes than indicated by the claims, which will be described later, and all such modifications as derived from the meaning and range and equivalents concept as recited in the claims the invention do.

Claims (17)

  1. In the biological signal monitoring system using an esophagus probe device,
    Esophageal probe apparatus other end inserted into the esophagus of the body in comprising a flexible tube, one end exposed to the external condition; And
    Comprising: a monitoring unit for outputting the bio-signal received from the esophageal probe device,
    The esophageal probe apparatus,
    The outer and including the at least one or more representations printed by the contrast material, a tube formed of a flexible material;
    A temperature sensor that is located on the other end inside the tube, to measure the temperature from the esophagus, creating a first bio-signal corresponding to the measured temperature; And
    A biometric signal monitoring system, the first bio-signal comprises a first connection for transmitting to the monitoring device.
  2. According to claim 1,
    The esophageal probe apparatus,
    Voice recognition sensor which is located on the other end inside the tube, and recognize the sound from the esophagus, creating a second bio-signal corresponding to the voice recognition; And
    In the second bio-signal to a second connection for transmitting to the monitoring device, biological signal monitoring system.
  3. 3. The method of claim 2,
    The monitoring device is the second amplifying biological signals, and the amplification by the second and filters the physiological signal, the filtering by the two, and monitoring biological signals to include a sound reproducing playing through the sound output device, a bio-signal system.
  4. According to claim 1,
    The contrast material is, physiological signal monitoring system of the x-ray contrast material.
  5. 5. The method of claim 4,
    The x-ray contrast substance is barium of which will, bio-signal monitoring system.
  6. According to claim 1,
    The contrast material is CT (Computed Tomography) imaging material, MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) contrast material, PET (Positron Emission Tomography) imaging materials, an optical contrast material or ultrasound imaging material of any one of one of the biometric signal monitoring system.
  7. According to claim 1,
    Physiological signal monitoring system further comprises an x-ray apparatus for generating a video associated with the esophageal probe apparatus.
  8. The method of claim 7,
    The x-ray device,
    x-ray transmitter for irradiating the x-ray toward the body and receive a signal transmitted or reflected by the contrast material;
    Image generation unit configured to generate an image associated with the esophageal probe device based on the transmitted or the reflected signal by the imaging material; And
    Physiological signal monitoring system including an image display unit to display the generated image on a display a.
  9. According to claim 1,
    A biometric signal monitoring system The said display comprises a plurality of graduations printed in accordance with a predetermined interval.
  10. 3. The method of claim 2,
    A biometric signal monitoring system of the display characters displayed in the location associated with the temperature sensor or the voice recognition sensor.
  11. A method for monitoring a biological signal by using the esophageal probe device,
    Comprises a flexible tube, one end through the other end is inserted in the body's esophagus esophageal probe device in an exposed state on the outside of obtaining a biological signal from the body;
    Receiving the biometric signal obtained from the esophageal probe apparatus; And
    Comprising the step of outputting the received bio-signal,
    The esophageal probe apparatus,
    The outer and including the at least one or more representations printed by the contrast material, a tube formed of a flexible material;
    A temperature sensor that is located on the other end inside the tube, to measure the temperature from the esophagus, creating a first bio-signal corresponding to the measured temperature; And
    A biometric signal monitoring method comprises a first connection for transmitting the first bio-signal to a monitoring device.
  12. 12. The method of claim 11,
    A step for irradiating an x-ray toward the body;
    Receiving a transmitted or reflected signal by said imaging material;
    Generating a video associated with the esophageal probe device based on the transmitted or the reflected signal by the imaging material; And
    Biological signal monitoring method comprising the step of displaying the generated image through the display.
  13. Readable medium of claim 11 ways to a computer recording a program for executing on a computer.
  14. In the esophagus, the probe device comprising a flexible tube, one end the other end inserted into the esophagus of the body in an exposed state to the outside,
    The outer and including the at least one or more representations printed by the contrast material, a tube formed of a flexible material;
    A temperature sensor that is located on the other end inside the tube, to measure the temperature from the esophagus, creating a first bio-signal corresponding to the measured temperature; And
    The esophageal probe apparatus to the first bio-signal comprises a first connection for transmitting to the monitoring device.
  15. 15. The method of claim 14,
    The esophageal probe apparatus,
    Voice recognition sensor which is located on the other end inside the tube, and recognize the sound from the esophagus, creating a second bio-signal corresponding to the voice recognition; And
    In the second bio-signal to a second connection for transmitting to the monitoring device, esophageal probe apparatus.
  16. 15. The method of claim 14,
    The monitoring device is esophageal probe further comprising an x-ray apparatus for generating a video associated with the esophageal probe apparatus.
  17. 17. The method of claim 16,
    The x-ray device,
    x-ray transmitter for irradiating the x-ray toward the body and receive a signal transmitted or reflected by the contrast material;
    Image generation unit configured to generate an image associated with the esophageal probe device based on the transmitted or the reflected signal by the imaging material; And
    Esophageal probe device including an image display unit to display the generated image on a display a.
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