System for wound closure

 

The invention relates to medicine. The system includes an elongated flexible support strip having a length and width sufficient for attaching the facing to each other wound edges during their close proximity to each other. The support strip includes a first portion located between the ends and intended for location on top facing each other, the edges of the wound, and the second and third parts located on each side of the first part. Each of these parts is provided with a given number of spaced apart holes through the anchor strip from one surface to the other, and the first susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive material applied to at least a portion of the first surface of the support strip, which includes the second and third parts to glue the anchor strip to the patient when facing each other, the edges of the wound in close proximity to each other. The system further includes a fluid, curable when exposed to moisture surgical adhesive intended for insertion into the holes to enhance the adhesion of the second and third parts of the strip to the patient. The invention solves the problem of increasing fixation to COGSA to improvements in the treatment of wounds. More precisely, the invention relates to a system for closing a wound of the patient.

Prerequisites FOR the CREATION of the INVENTION When closed the wound must be connected together and to keep facing each other, the edges of the wound. If sewn patches of the skin can be unsightly scars, and if these parts are fastened brackets, these scars usually remain.

Alternatively, suture material proposed based adhesives cyanacrylate. When using cyanoacrylate glue, then connect the separate parts of the skin and in sterile conditions put glue on the top part of the United plots. Cyanoacrylate adhesive bonded and skin cures in order to keep together with each other connected sites. Although cyanoacrylate adhesives successfully connected with skin, the use of such adhesives as a replacement for the suture material may be accompanied sometimes occur with the destruction of the adhesive, which leads to the re-opening of wounds, which requires the closing of the suture material. Fear of re-opening the wound is one of the reasons why doctors are reluctant to use instead of suture material any binder that includes a glue-based cyanacrylate.

the mi or mounting brackets and the subsequent connection of the skin between the threads or staples cyanoacrylate glue. According to this method, the wound is stitched with thread or fasten the brackets so that the threads or brackets are separated from each other by no more than 1.2 cm and not less than 0.6 Then see the opposite and still separated areas of the skin between the threads or put brackets butyl-2-cyanacrylate in sufficient quantity so that when the polymerization of the skin were connected to each other, and the application executes in such a way as to avoid contact cyanoacrylate glue thread or staples. After that are near each other certain areas of the skin enter in contact with each other under conditions that allow for the polymerization of the adhesive, in order to connect the individual parts of the skin. This method not only requires time, but also leads to delayed wound healing, if cyanoacrylate adhesive penetrates between the skin area.

Also known surgical adhesive strips designed for wound closure. These bands do not usually have a high tensile strength, so that their use is limited to shallow wounds for closing which requires a slight tension. Another significant disadvantage is their permeability water, and the ons wounds.

In U.S. patent 5259835 disclosed a device for closing wounds, which use porous binder, designed for going down into it flowing surgical adhesive, curable under the action of moisture. The connecting element is fitted through a bearing element, which is used to provide initial contact edges of the wound and which can later be removed. As the adhesive flows into the connecting element, and the latter serves as a matrix for the adhesive binder becomes hard when glue it undergoes curing, and therefore, it loses flexibility. Part of the surgical glue also flows through the connecting element and can penetrate into the wound.

Disclosure of the INVENTION thus, the present invention is to eliminate the above disadvantages and to create a system for closing wounds.

According to the invention has created a system for closing a wound of a patient, comprising: an elongated, flexible support strip having opposite ends, first and second surface facing to the sides from each other, as well as the length and width sufficient for attaching the facing to each other wound edges during their close proximity to each other, p on top facing each other, the edges of the wound, and the second and third parts located on each side from the first side, each of which is provided with a given number of spaced apart holes through the anchor strip from one surface to another, while the first part is made without any such holes; the first is susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive material applied to at least a portion of the first surface of the reference strip, including the second and third parts, in order to attach at least the second and third part of the support strip to the patient, so drawn to each other, the edges of the wounds were in close proximity to each other; the first protective element, with the possibility of removal are attached to the base strip and cover susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive material; a fluid, curable when exposed to moisture surgical glue for insertion into the holes to strengthen the adhesion of the second and third parts of the strip to the patient.

After removal of the protective element, so as to expose susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive material, a support strip naked, susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive impose on the patient for the practical glue on the holes this surgical adhesive flows through the holes and when cured forms a separate designated clutch interacting with a support band to hold the facing to each other of the edges of a wound in the state of their close proximity to each other without adversely affecting the cured adhesive on the flexible support strip.

The applicant unexpectedly found that through the use of a flexible support strip having a non-perforated first portion located between its ends, and perforated the second and third parts located on each side of the first part, and susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive material applied to at least a portion of the first surface of the support strip, which includes the second and third parts, and applying a flowable, curable when exposed to moisture surgical glue to the holes or perforations formed in the second and third parts, after application of the reference strip naked, susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive substance to the patient to secure the facing to each other of the wound edges at their close proximity to each other, surgical adhesive flows through the holes and when cured forms modestmouse with a support band to keep facing each other wound edges during their close proximity to each other without adversely affecting the cured adhesive on the flexible supporting strip. Because surgical glue is put on either side of the first part of the support strip, which lies on top facing to each other of the edges of wounds, surgical adhesive in the wound, so does not delay wound healing. On the other hand, since the hardened glue does not have an adverse effect on the flexibility of the support strip, the strip remains flexible and can therefore monitor the movement of the skin.

Preferably, the support strip includes a sheet of polymer such as polyurethane or nylon. It may also contain the jumper from woven material, such as fibers of cotton, viscose, acrylic or polyester. On the other hand, the protective element preferably contains a film of high density polyethylene, or a sheet of waxed paper.

According to a preferred variant of the invention, the openings are perforations having a circular cross section with a diameter in the range from 0.5 to 3 mm, and preferably from 1 to 2 mm For the band with its first or second surface comprising an area of approximately 12 cm2the number of perforations formed in each of the second and third parts may vary from 4 to 20, and preferably nahoditsya pressure adhesive material, put on one of its sides, was attached to the base strip to remove it and covered her second surface, and the strip is located between the first and second protective elements. The second protective element is provided with a corresponding number of perforations coinciding with the perforations formed in the second and third parts of the strip, and communicating with them. Execution of the second protective element prevents surgical adhesive contact with the second surface of the base strip for it to overlap, so that, when the second protective element together with the second susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive substance is removed from the support strip after applying a surgical adhesive on the second surface is not adhesive which, when cured, could adversely affect the flexibility of the support strip. The second protective element preferably contains a film of polyethylene having a low density. Instead of using the second adhesive substances susceptible to the effects of pressure, it is also possible that you can remove to fix the second protective element to the base strip by application of heat or pressure.

According to another preferred is a pair of opposite side edges, the openings are U-shaped cut-outs formed along the side and end edges of each of the second and third parts. It is preferable to remove the second protective element, such as those described above element, but having perforations coinciding with openings and communicating with them, covers the second surface of the base strip.

According to an additional preferred variant implementation of the second and third parts of the support strips have at least one fold line passing transversely of the strip between the holes, in order to increase the flexibility of the support strip.

According to another preferred variant implementation of the second and third part of the support strip includes a large number of spaced apart fastening elements located between the holes and protruding from the first surface toward the outside. These fastening elements contribute to the bracket facing each other wound edges during their stay in close proximity to each other.

A BRIEF description of the DRAWINGS Other features and advantages of the present invention will be more apparent from the following description of the preferred variants of its implementation, presents the volumes for wound closure according to a preferred variant of the invention, in Fig.2 presents a perspective view from above of a system for closing a wound, similar to the system presented in figure 1, but with the supporting strip has a large number of spaced apart and held in the transverse direction of the bend lines,
in Fig. 3 shows a fragmentary perspective view from below of a system for closing a wound, similar to the system shown in Fig.2, but with the supporting strip has a large number of fastening elements spaced from each other and passing down
in Fig.4 shows a perspective view from above of a system for closing a wound, similar to the system shown in Fig.1, but with the supporting strip with a secondary protective element,
in Fig.5 shows a perspective view from above of a system for closing a wound according to another preferred variant of the invention,
in Fig.6 presents a perspective view from above of a system for closing a wound, similar to the system shown in Fig.5, but with the supporting strip has a large number of bend lines, separated from each other and held in the transverse direction,
in Fig. 7 shows a fragmentary perspective view from below of a system for closing a wound, such a system, which predstavlja and passing down
in Fig.8 presents a perspective view from above of a system for closing a wound, such a system, which is shown in Fig.5, but with the supporting strip with a secondary protective element.

Embodiments of the INVENTION
In Fig. 1 presents a system for closing a wound, which is generally indicated by item 10 and is used to close a wound of a patient (not shown). The system 10 for wound closure includes an elongated flexible support strip 12 having a surface 14 and 16 facing sideways from each other, the surface 14 is covered susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive 18. The length and width of the support strip 12 sufficient to be mounted facing each other, the edges of the wound when being in close proximity to each other. The protective element 20 with the ability to remove fixed to the support strip 12 and at the same time he covers the adhesive material 18. The protective element 20 passes over the end edge of the support strip 12 so as to form captured by the fingers of the eyelet 22. The base strip 12 is actually the Central part 12A, which is intended for location on top facing each other wound edges, and two parts 12b, 12C, located on each side of the part 12A, each of neither the ASU from one surface to the other.

The system 10 for closing wounds additionally includes a source 26 of a fluid, curable when exposed to moisture surgical adhesive 28, which is intended to be applied to the perforations 24. Examples of suitable surgical adhesives that may be used include cyanacrylate, such as n-butyl-2-cyanacrylate and octyl-2-cyanacrylate.

When using first prepare the chin protective element 20, so as to expose susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive material 18 and glue one part 12b, 12C of the support strip 12 with naked adhesive 18 to one of the separate areas of the skin, which is then pulled in the direction of another individual skin area, so as to cause the facing to each other, the edges of the wound in the position of close proximity with each other, and the other part of the strip 12 is pasted to another area of the skin, what happens wound closure and fastening of the facing to each other of the edges of a wound in the position of their close proximity to each other. After that, the perforations 24 formed in portions 12b, 12C of the support strip 12 is applied surgical adhesive 28 in order to enhance the adhesion parts 12b, 12C to the patient's skin. Adhesive 28 flows through the perforations 24 and during curing of the Fort is wound in the position of their close proximity to each other without adversely affecting the curing of the adhesive on the flexible strip 12.

The system 10A for wound closure, as shown in Fig.2, is similar to the system shown in Fig.1, except that the supporting strip is provided with a large number of spaced apart and held in the transverse direction of the bend lines 30 that are designed to increase the flexibility of the strip 12. As shown, the fold lines 30 are held between the perforations 24.

The system 10B to close the wound, which is partially shown in Fig.3, similar to the system shown in Fig.2, except that each of the portions 12b, 12C of the support strip 12 is equipped with a large number of spaced apart hook elements 32 located between the perforations 24 and protruding outward from the surface 14. Fasteners 32 facilitate the fastening of the facing to each other wound edges during their close proximity to each other.

The system 10C for wound closure shown in Fig.4, similar to the system shown in Fig. 1, except that the second protective element 34 having susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive material deposited on one of its sides, with the possibility of removal are attached to the base strip 12 and covers the surface 16, the strip 12 is located between the protective elements 20 is implemented in parts 12b, 12C strip 12. Perforations 36 coincide with the perforations 24 and are with them in fluid communication. The protective element 34 passes over the end edge of the support strip to form captured by the fingers of the lug 38, which does not contain glue. The implementation of such a protective element 34 prevents contact between surgical adhesive 28 with the surface 16 of the supporting strip for the application, so that when the protective element 34 together with susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive applied thereto, is removed from the support strip 12 after applying a surgical adhesive 28 on the surface 16 there is no surgical adhesive 28, which when cured, could adversely affect the flexibility of the support strip 12.

In Fig. 5 shows another system for wound closure, which is generally indicated by the position 100 and includes an elongated flexible support strip 102 having a surface 104 (shown in Fig.7) and 106 facing sideways from each other, the surface 104 is covered susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive 108 (shown in Fig.7). The length and width of the supporting strip is sufficient for attaching the facing to each other of the edges of a wound (not shown) in their immediate vicinity drogue 108. The protective element 110 passes over the end edge of the support strip 102 in order to form captured by the fingers of the eyelet 112. The support band is in fact the Central part 102A, which is intended for location on top facing each other wound edges, and two parts 102b, 1 0 2, located on each side of the part 102A. A large number of spaced apart, generally U-shaped notches 114 are made along the side and end edges of each part 102b, 1 0 2.

The system 100 for wound closure additionally includes a source of fluid 116, curable when exposed to moisture adhesive 118, which is the same adhesive as the adhesive 28, as shown in Fig.1-4, for its application in the notches 114. It is used in the same manner as system 10 for wound closure, as shown in Fig.1.

The system 100A for wound closure shown in Fig.6, similar to the system shown in Fig.5, except that the supporting strip 102 provided with a large number of spaced apart and held in the transverse direction of the fold line 120, designed to increase the flexibility of the strip 102. As shown, the fold lines 120 are between the slots 114.

System 100V for wound closure, which is partially shown in Fig.7,Chen a large number of spaced apart hook fasteners 122, protruding toward the outside from the surface 104. Fasteners 122 are used for the same purpose as the fastening elements 32, shown in Fig.3.

System 100C for wound closure, as shown in Fig.8, similar to the system shown in Fig.5, except that the second protective element 124 having susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive material (not shown) deposited on one of its sides, with the possibility of removal are attached to the base strip 102 and covers the surface 106, the strip 102 is located between the protective elements 110 and 124. The protective element 124 is provided with square perforations 126, the number of which is similar to the number of grooves 114. Perforation 126 coincide with the notches 114 and communicated with them. The protective element 124 passes over one of the end edges of the support strip 102 to form captured by the fingers of the lug 128, which does not contain glue. The protective element 124 also passes the other end edge of the strip 102 and its side edges to form the end face 130 and the side part 132, 134. Similarly, the protective element 110 is held at the other end edge of the strip 102 and at its side edges so as to form the end face 136 and the side portion 138, 140. End cha is by means of an adhesive substance, put on protective element 124. Element 124 is used to accomplish the same goals as the element 34, shown in Fig.4. It also serves to locate the surgical adhesive 118 in the notches 114 in the course of curing of this adhesive 118.


Claims

1. The system for closing a wound of a patient containing an elongated flexible support strip having opposite ends, first and second surfaces facing each other, and their length and width sufficient for attaching the facing to each other wound edges during their convergence, the supporting strip contains free from holes first part located between the said ends and having the ability to host over facing each other, the edges of the wound, and the second and third parts located on each side of said first part and containing spaced apart openings, passing through the anchor strip from the first surface to the second surface, the first susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive material applied to at least a portion of the first mentioned surface of the supporting strip, which includes the above-mentioned second and third part for bonding at least the second and toy proximity to each other, the first protective element, with the possibility of removal are attached to the base strip and cover referred susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive material, and a source of fluid, curable when exposed to moisture surgical glue for insertion in said apertures with the possibility of the formation of separate places clutch interacting with a support band to keep facing each other wound edges during their stay in close proximity to each other.

2. System for wound closure under item 1, in which the mentioned reference strip contains jumper woven material.

3. System for wound closure under item 1, which mentions the support strip includes a sheet of a polymer selected from the group consisting of polyurethane or nylon.

4. System for wound closure under item 1, in which the above-mentioned openings are perforations formed in the above-mentioned second and third parts of the strip.

5. The system for closing a wound on p. 4, in which said perforations are round in cross-section with a diameter of 0.5 to 3 mm

6. The system for closing a wound on p. 5, in which the diameter of the perforations is equal to 1 - 2 mm

7. System for wound closure under item 5 or 6, in which the number of lane is knosti anchor strip has an area of approximately 12 cm2.

8. The system for closing a wound on p. 7, in which the number of perforations is 8 - 12.

9. System for wound closure according to any one of paragraphs.4-8, in which the second protective element having a second susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive material printed on one side, with the possibility of removal are attached to the base strip and covers the above-mentioned second surface, and the strip is located between the said first and second protective elements, and in which the aforementioned second protective element is provided with a corresponding number of perforations coinciding with the perforations formed in the second and third parts of the strip, and communicating with them.

10. System for wound closure according to any one of paragraphs.4-8, in which the second protective element with the possibility of removal are attached to the base strip by application of heat or pressure and covers the above-mentioned second surface, and the strip is located between the first and second protective elements, and in which the mentioned protective element is provided with a corresponding number of perforations coinciding with the perforations formed in the second and third parts of the strip, and communicating with them.

11. The system for closing a wound according to claim what new edges and in which the said holes are cut, formed along the side and end edges of each of the above-mentioned second and third parts.

12. The system for closing a wound on p. 11, in which the said notches are U-shaped.

13. The system for closing a wound on p. 11 or 12, in which the second protective element having a second susceptible to the effects of pressure adhesive material deposited on one of its sides, with the possibility of removal are attached to the base strip and covers the above-mentioned second surface, and the strip is located between the first and second protective elements, and in which the aforementioned second protective element is provided with a corresponding number of perforations coinciding with said openings and communicating with them.

14. The system for closing a wound on p. 11 or 12, in which the second protective element with the possibility of removal are attached to the base strip by heat or pressure and covers the above-mentioned second surface, and the strip is located between the first and second protective elements, and in which the aforementioned second protective element is provided with a corresponding number of perforations coinciding with said openings and communicating with them.

15. System for wound closure according to any one of paragraphs.9, 11, 1.

16. System for wound closure according to any one of paragraphs.1-15, in which the mentioned first protective element contains a film of high density polyethylene, or a sheet of waxed paper.

17. System for wound closure according to any one of paragraphs.1-16, in which the above-mentioned second and third parts of the supporting strip provided with at least one fold line passing transversely of the strip between the holes to increase the flexibility of the support strip.

18. System for wound closure according to any one of paragraphs.1-14, in which the above-mentioned second and third parts of the supporting strip provided with a large number of spaced apart fastening elements located between the said holes and projecting from the first mentioned surface.

19. The system for closing a wound on p. 18, in which the mentioned fastening elements are hook.

20. System for wound closure according to any one of paragraphs.1-19, in which the mentioned surgical adhesive contains cyanacrylat.

21. The system for closing a wound on p. 20, which mentions cyanacrylat represents n-butyl-2-cyanacrylate or octyl-2-cyanacrylate.

 

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