WO2017078645A1 - Endoscope device combined with trigger suction - Google Patents

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WO2017078645A1
WO2017078645A1 PCT/TR2016/050422 TR2016050422W WO2017078645A1 WO 2017078645 A1 WO2017078645 A1 WO 2017078645A1 TR 2016050422 W TR2016050422 W TR 2016050422W WO 2017078645 A1 WO2017078645 A1 WO 2017078645A1
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Ugur DOKUZLAR
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Dokuzlar Ugur
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61BDIAGNOSIS; SURGERY; IDENTIFICATION
    • A61B1/00Instruments for performing medical examinations of the interior of cavities or tubes of the body by visual or photographical inspection, e.g. endoscopes; Illuminating arrangements therefor
    • A61B1/00064Constructional details of the endoscope body
    • A61B1/00071Insertion part of the endoscope body
    • A61B1/0008Insertion part of the endoscope body characterised by distal tip features
    • A61B1/00094Suction openings
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61BDIAGNOSIS; SURGERY; IDENTIFICATION
    • A61B1/00Instruments for performing medical examinations of the interior of cavities or tubes of the body by visual or photographical inspection, e.g. endoscopes; Illuminating arrangements therefor
    • A61B1/00064Constructional details of the endoscope body
    • A61B1/00066Proximal part of endoscope body, e.g. handles
    • A61B1/00068Valve switch arrangements
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61BDIAGNOSIS; SURGERY; IDENTIFICATION
    • A61B1/00Instruments for performing medical examinations of the interior of cavities or tubes of the body by visual or photographical inspection, e.g. endoscopes; Illuminating arrangements therefor
    • A61B1/00163Optical arrangements
    • A61B1/00165Optical arrangements with light-conductive means, e.g. fibre optics
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61BDIAGNOSIS; SURGERY; IDENTIFICATION
    • A61B1/00Instruments for performing medical examinations of the interior of cavities or tubes of the body by visual or photographical inspection, e.g. endoscopes; Illuminating arrangements therefor
    • A61B1/012Instruments for performing medical examinations of the interior of cavities or tubes of the body by visual or photographical inspection, e.g. endoscopes; Illuminating arrangements therefor characterised by internal passages or accessories therefor
    • A61B1/015Control of fluid supply or evacuation
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61BDIAGNOSIS; SURGERY; IDENTIFICATION
    • A61B1/00Instruments for performing medical examinations of the interior of cavities or tubes of the body by visual or photographical inspection, e.g. endoscopes; Illuminating arrangements therefor
    • A61B1/012Instruments for performing medical examinations of the interior of cavities or tubes of the body by visual or photographical inspection, e.g. endoscopes; Illuminating arrangements therefor characterised by internal passages or accessories therefor
    • A61B1/018Instruments for performing medical examinations of the interior of cavities or tubes of the body by visual or photographical inspection, e.g. endoscopes; Illuminating arrangements therefor characterised by internal passages or accessories therefor for receiving instruments

Abstract

In order to allow surgeons to both hold the endoscope and use the aspirator with one hand; and use another device with the other hand so as to perform the back-and- forth movement of the suction, when required, or do other required operations; the invention relates to a combined endoscopy-suction-haemostat device (1), which comprises: an endoscopy channel (13) in which the endoscope is placed; an inlet channel (15) through which the endoscope light cable enters into the system; a button (11) which allows turning the suction on and off and adjusting its power; an suction connection channel (16) providing the connection between the suction device found outside and the suction tip that can move back and forth; an suction channel (14) through which the movable aspirator tip proceeds; a trigger mechanism (12) which first allows said movable suction tip to proceed within the suction channel (14) to perform suction; and then withdraw back into the suction channel (14).

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DESCRIPTION

Endoscope Device Combined with Trigger Suction The Related Art

The invention relates to an endoscope device used in surgical operations performed with the help of endoscopic visualization.

The invention particularly relates to an endoscopy device allowing surgeons to both hold the endoscope and use the suction with one hand; and hold another device to perform other manipulations with the other hand.

The Prior Art

Endoscopic surgery includes using improved imaging systems in treatment of diseases formed at any part of the body so as to display the diseased area on a screen and perform surgical operations by enlarging the imaging area with improved lens systems. This operation is commonly known as closed surgery. While this operation can be made with small incisions; it can also be performed through natural openings such as nasal cavity, without opening skin incisions.

In the prior art, 2 routes are followed during surgical operations performed via endoscopic imaging. Either the surgeon performing the operation holds the endoscope with one hand and uses the required instruments with the other hand, or needs help of a second person. Since the operative field is small, presence of extra instruments makes it difficult to see the operative field and perform operation thereon. Blood accumulating in the operative field blocks the view and needs to be removed from the field. An instrument called suction is used for this purpose. For removing this blood, each time, the surgeon has to interrupt the operation, withdraw the instrument being used, take the suction, and clean the operative field. Especially in cases of intensive haemorrhages, blood is required to be removed continuously so as to see the point of haemorrhage and stop bleeding, and outside help is needed for intervention, and more instruments are required to enter into the field. Therefore, difficulty is encountered in stopping haemorrhage and the time period of the operation extends. As a result, the above said drawbacks have necessitated an improvement in the technical field of endoscopic devices.

Purpose of the Invention

The invention relates to a combined endoscopy device, which meets the above said requirements, eliminates all of the drawbacks, and brings some additional advantages.

The primary purpose of the invention is to provide an endoscopy device which allows surgeons to both hold the endoscope and use the suction with one hand; and hold another device to perform other manipulations with the other hand.

A purpose of the invention is to provide a cleaner operative field than the prior art devices, and thus ensure quicker, safer, and easier operation.

Another purpose of the invention is to allow the surgeon to turn the suction on and off and adjust its power during operation, without outside help or without interrupting the operation, by means of a button disposed on the device. Another purpose of the invention is to prevent the surgeon from being disturbed by the instrument structures, since the aspirator hose and the endoscope light source are passed through the handle part of the device.

The difference of the invention from similar devices lies in the back-and-forth movement capability of the suction and not narrowing down the field, since it can be withdrawn when not needed.

Another purpose of the invention is to further allow the suction to stop haemorrhage by integrating the aspirator with haemostatic systems.

Another purpose of the invention is to provide a wider field of view by means of removing the structures that make it harder to see the field, by means of the additional tissue removing apparatus. By removing the structures that block the field, convenient space is obtained for performing operations and the surrounding tissues are protected from getting damaged during the operation.

In order to achieve the above said purposes, the invention is a combined endoscopy- suction-haemostat device, and it is characterized in that; in order to allow surgeons to both hold the endoscope and use the suction with one hand; and use another device with the other hand so as to perform the back-and-forth movement of the suction, when required, or do other required operations; it comprises:

• an endoscopy channel in which the endoscope is placed;

• an inlet channel through which the endoscope light cable enters into the system;

• a button which allows turning the suction on and off and adjusting its power;

• an suction connection channel providing the connection between the suction device found outside and the suction tip that can move back and forth;

• an suction channel through which the movable suction tip proceeds;

• a trigger mechanism which first allows said movable suction tip to proceed within the suction channel to perform; and then withdraw back into the suction channel.

The structural and characteristic features of the invention and all of its advantages shall be understood better with the figures and the detailed description given below in reference to the figures, and therefore, the assessment should be made by taking into account the said figures and detailed explanations. Figures for Better Understanding of the Invention

Figure 1 : is a perspective front view of the endoscopy device according to the invention.

Figure 2: Is a rear-bottom view of the endoscopy device according to the invention. Figure 3: Is a rear view of the endoscopy device according to the invention.

Figure 4: Is a side view of the endoscopy device according to the invention.

Figure 5: Is a front view of the endoscopy device according to the invention.

Figure 6: Is a bottom view of the endoscopy device according to the invention.

Figure 7: Is a side view of the endoscopy device according to the invention. Figure 8: Is a bottom view of the endoscopy device according to the invention.

Figure 9: Is a section view of the endoscopy device according to the invention.

Drawings do not have to be scaled and details not necessary for understanding the present invention may be neglected. Moreover, components which are at least widely equal or which have at least widely equal functions are shown with the same number.

Description of Parts References

1. Combined endoscopy device

11. Aspirator On-Off-pressure adjustment button

12. Trigger mechanism

13. Endoscopy channel

14. Aspirator channel

15. Endoscope light cable inlet channel

16. Aspiration connection channel

17. Haemostatic instrument connection inlet

Detailed Description of the Invention

In this detailed description, the preferred embodiments of the combined endoscopy device (1) according to the invention are only disclosed for better understanding of the subject without forming any limiting effect.

The invention is a combined endoscopy device (1), which allows surgeons to both hold the endoscope and use the suction with one hand; and use another device with the other hand so as to perform the back-and-forth movement of the suction, when required, or do other required operations.

The endoscopy device (1) according to the invention comprises: an endoscopy channel (13), in which endoscopes used for seeing closed areas from closer distance during surgical operations are placed, and which thus allows guiding and protecting the endoscope with the instrument; an inlet channel (15) through which the endoscope light cable enters into the system; an suction connection channel (16) providing the connection between the suction device found outside and the suction tip that can move back and forth; an suction channel (14) through which the movable suction tip with back-and-forth moving capability proceeds; a trigger mechanism (12) which first allows said movable suction tip to proceed within the suction channel (14) to perform suction, and then withdraw back into the suction channel (14); a button (11) which allows turning the suction on and off and adjusting its power, when needed; a system inlet (17), which is found outside, and which provides connection with the haemostatic system.

The suction tip is normally found within the channel (4). In case of necessity, it is advanced by means of the trigger mechanism (12) and comes out of the channel as much as 15-20 mm (to be decided during production), and thus cleans the liquids found in the field. Afterwards, it is withdrawn also by the trigger mechanism (12) and returns back to its position in the channel.

Said suction connection channel (16) and endoscope light cable inlet channel (15) are found at the handle part of the combined endoscopy device (1). The endoscopy device (telescope) is connected to the endoscopy channel (13) found on the device (1) by means of the haemostatic system connections with the suction connection channel (16) and the haemostatic system inlet (17). During surgical operation, when suction is needed, the surgeon uses the button (11) found on the handle so as to turn the aspiration device on and off and adjust its power. For this purpose, the surgeon does not need to get outside help or interrupt the operation. The use of the suction device starts with the trigger mechanism (12). By means of the trigger mechanism (12), the tip apparatus of the suction device inserted into the channel (14) advances within the channel (14), and thus the suction starts. Afterwards, the blood is removed through the suction connection channel (16). When suction is not needed, again the trigger mechanism (12) is used to withdraw the suction tip back into the channel (14) and move it away from the field. In this way, the surgeon can turn the suction on and off and adjust its suction vacuum power when needed, and can use the endoscope and the suction, when needed, with one hand, without diverting his/her attention from the operative field. With the other hand, the surgeon can use another surgical device, and thus gain from time and at the same time perform safer operations by means of cleaning the accumulations in the operative field with a finger movement. The haemostatic device found outside is connected to the inlet (17) found on the main body. In this way, by means of advancing the suction with the trigger mechanism (12), both the haemorrhage area is cleaned and the bleeding is stopped with the haemostatic device.

Claims

1. A combined endoscopy-aspiration-haemostat device (1 ) and it is characterized in that; in order to allow surgeons to both hold the endoscope and use the suction with one hand; and use another device with the other hand so as to perform the back- and-forth movement of the suction, when required, or do other required operations; it comprises:
• an endoscopy channel (13) in which the endoscope is placed,
• an inlet channel (15) through which the endoscope light cable enters into the system,
• a button (1 1 ) which allows turning the suction on and off and adjusting its power,
• an suction connection channel (16) providing the connection between the suction device found outside and the suction tip that can move back and forth;
• an suction channel (14) through which the movable suction tip proceeds;
• a trigger mechanism (12) which first allows said movable suction tip to proceed within the suction channel (14) to perform suction operation; and then withdraw back into the suction channel (14).
2. The endoscopy device (1 ) according to Claim 1 , characterized in comprising a system inlet (17), which is found outside, and which provides connection with the haemostatic system.
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