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The AO is equipped with features such as work surfaces , to support both the standing and sitting behavior of the anesthesiologist as shown in FIGS. In one embodiment, the AO houses all pneumatic supplies, AC electrical support and data communication connections for the anesthesia system, and supplies the CC with the necessary inputs for its function. Further, as described earlier above, FIG. Further, FIG. And finally, the figure also shows a sample attachment interface for a respiratory gas monitor.
Referring back to FIG. First, a rotational movement can be used to rotate the breathing circuit or the CC away from or towards AO at junction , in incremental angles up to 45 degrees, such that CC is in a first extended position relative to AO In one embodiment, the CC is moved on a sliding track not shown , located on the base support on the AO out from its locked position i.
In one embodiment, a portion of the track is preferably positioned at an oblique angle, which is, in one embodiment 24 degrees, to the front face and wheel base of the AO , allowing the movement of the CC and its connection ports to move forward and left from its fully integrated position. Second, a translational movement at junction having a range of 0 to In addition, the translational movement at junction also results in translational movement at junction In addition, the aforementioned rotational and translational movements can be combined, such that CC is in a third extended position relative to AO It should be evident to those of ordinary skill in the art, that although only a few positions are shown, CC can have a plurality of positions relative to the AO In one embodiment, the workspace point shown as in FIG.
By way of comparison, and referring back to FIG. Referring back to the telescoped system in FIG. These surfaces have close tolerance or flexible seals at their interfaces to avoid having materials sitting on the surfaces being jammed into the gap between surfaces. In an embodiment, the movement of the CC is indexed in order to create a rigid positioning means for the CC relative to the AO In other embodiments a plurality of other locking means not involving indexing could also be utilized, in order to obtain a locking mechanism rigid enough to prevent inadvertent movement of the CC relative to the AO , and the dislodging of articles on the expanded work surface In yet another embodiment, the CC 's movement relative to the AO is motorized and is actuated electronically by user controls on the anesthesia system In an example, a single user actuation results in a preprogrammed motorized movement of the CC relative to the AO In an embodiment, if the user-actuated motorized movement of the CC encounters an obstruction, the movement of the CC is automatically stopped.
In one embodiment the change in electric current drawn by the movement motor is utilized to detect obstruction. In one embodiment, existing lights used for illuminating various elements of the anesthesia system are utilized as alarm flashing lights.
Examples of such existing lights comprise those in the overhead area near point in FIG. As the CC moves a considerable distance away from the AO and the main four wheel trolley base , it is not practical to cantilever the CC part of the system from the AO , due to tip and strength concerns. Consequently, the CC employs its own ground contact point to allow for load-bearing, which may include one or more users leaning on the CC , to be transferred directly to the floor rather than through the AO trolley frame.
In one embodiment, the at least one contact point is capable of providing equal horizontal friction in a full degree pattern and is, but is not limited to, a rotating trackball type or caster wheel type having multiple rollers of moveable load transfer mechanism that enables both inline and side to side movement. In an embodiment, the anesthesia system is locked using a central brake system that locks either two or four of the wheels under the AO This central brake system, is, in one embodiment, controlled via a foot pedal , known to those of ordinary skill in the art, or may be controlled via a hand lever positioned in one or more locations on the anesthesia system's movement handles, which is described in greater detail below.
In one embodiment, the at least one contact point is disengaged from the floor when the CC is moved into its base, locking position against the AO , leaving just the original, standard four casters in contact with the floor. Alternatively, the contact between the CC and the floor could be maintained even in the locked position.
In one embodiment, the contact point is configured with the appropriate geometry to move obstructions on the floor as the contact point is extended, including, but not limited to elements such as a cover or flexible spring that comes in close proximity to the floor and thereby pushes or lifts obstructions prior to these obstructions getting close to the contact points on the floor. Thus, in various embodiments, the floor contact point and movement mechanisms of the CC allow for load bearing to the workspace area created by its movement away from the AO, with no risk of tipping or damage.
This space allows them to separate their clinical responsibilities and workflow from those that are more documentation and office related. In this configuration, the AO can advantageously be positioned well away from the patient and out of the clinical field, but the CC , with all the clinical controls can be positioned in close proximity to the patient.
It is observed that the additional angular rotation of the breathing circuit area also exposes additional workspace for the clinician. In various embodiments of the present invention, the telescopic motion and angular rotation movements of the anesthesia system and its components can be deployed in a variety of configurations allowing the CC to be positioned at a plurality of locations relative to the AO As mentioned above with respect to FIG.
In one embodiment, a rotational movement can be used to rotate CC away from or towards AO at junction , in incremental angles. Angle is rotated from a maximum of 45 degrees to a minimum of zero degree, in increments, until the CC portion of the anesthesia system is in a rotationally closed or collapsed position and is thus rotationally flush with the system, with angle at zero degrees, as shown in FIG.
In one embodiment, the rotational increments are indexed at preset angles, such as at every 5 degrees, or controlled continuously using a friction bearing to be any selected angle. In another embodiment, a translational movement at junction is available to telescopically or linearly compress and collapse the CC back into AO or extend CC away from AO In one embodiment, the translational movement range available to compress and collapse CC back into the AO is It should be noted herein that a translational movement at point also results in a translational movement at junction It should be appreciated by those of ordinary skill in the art that the rotational and translational movements can be combined to have a plurality of positions of the CC relative to the AO Thus, in one embodiment, a workspace can be accessed by either rotating or translating CC away from AO at junction , as shown in FIG.
In addition, the CC may be telescoped out from the AO translational motion , creating or exposing additional workspace, as described above. Hence, in various embodiments the CC of the anesthesia system of the present invention may be unilaterally moved towards a patient and away from the main trolley apparatus containing the AO, cylinders and pipeline gas connections.
Since, the CC carries all clinical controls and visual displays necessary for the clinician's direct treatment of the patient, these areas remain within easy reach and sight of the clinician addressing the patient. In one embodiment, the CC itself could be utilized as a small anesthesia system, utilizing a longer umbilical to electrical and pneumatic sources.
Thus, in this illustration, one can see the relative dimensions of the system with respect to the clinician The side storage may be used by a clinician to store odd shaped and longer items that would not typically fit well in storage drawers. Further, also shown in FIG. In one embodiment, upper pull-out shelf can be used as a writing desk for the clinician to take notes while he or she is standing.
In one embodiment, storage cubbies and may be used for storage of office items like pens, notes, clipboards, files, etc. The electrical connectors and may be used by clinicians for connecting their personal electronic devices. The handle-based lock allows quick and small adjustments of the position of the anesthesia system.
As shown in FIG. The SSC collects all information related to the technical status of the anesthesia system into one small display unit. This provides the user with an intuitive separation of the anesthesia system's operation and functional information, from the clinical information associated with the therapy that the system is providing. The SSC off-loads functions from a main clinical display unit not shown and provides an intuitive separation of technical measurements from those used directly for clinical care.
In various embodiments the SSC provides information such as: pipeline pneumatic pressures, cylinder pressures, AC electrical power status, DC electrical power status, backup up electrical power e. This information can be conveyed either in a numeric format or graphically via fill bars, or emulation of pressure gauges.
In one embodiment, the SSC remains powered on, available to present its information, even when the anesthesia system is turned off or disconnected from mains supplies. In this manner, the SSC remains continuously ready to provide all data, but specifically cylinder pressure and pipeline pressure information to the user without activating the main portion of the anesthesia system. The SSC is capable of operating on battery power, allowing observation of system status even if the system is not connected to AC mains.
Prior art systems utilize a mix of mechanical gauges and measurements displayed on a clinical display unit in order to convey system status information to the user. In an embodiment, by utilizing flat liquid crystal display LCD technology, the SSC can be placed under a transparent surface of the AO, such as a flat work-surface. The collection of all relevant system information in an electronic format obviates the need for mechanical gauges that consume significant space on the usable face of the anesthesia system.
In the AO, the space normally used for mechanical gauges in conventional systems, is freed up and is better utilized for storage or other office type functions. In one embodiment of the present invention, direct lighting of an area of the system in association with an alarm, for example, any area of the anesthesia system being suspected of undergoing a technical problem, is provided, in order to unambiguously and intuitively guide the user's attention to the likely source of the problem reflected by the alarm.
Even though an alarm message indicating a low ventilation condition may be generated, the direct lighting feature of the present invention causes a red flashing light to emanate from the check valve area, thereby guiding the user's attention to the potential source of the problem.
In one embodiment, this lighting may be very dispersive in nature causing the whole check valve dome to light with red or other colors. If more than one function of the system could be the cause for the alarm, multiple areas may lighted or a user may be guided to step through them in a sequence, presumably most likely to least likely. In one embodiment, information projection lighting is used for identification of proper attachments and work zones.
This requires a user to select CGO as the source of common gas using the anesthesia system's controls. To eliminate a potential error of having a patient attached to the CGO without it being selected as the source of the common gas, information projection lighting is used to illuminate the concerned port and attached translucent tube.
In one embodiment, as shown in FIG. Referring now to FIGS. The first position is preferably parallel to a work surface of the system. A similar use of the information projection lighting may be made in the bag to vent area. Similarly, the APL valve and circuit pressure gauge are illuminated with a different light color, such as amber, when the ventilator of the anesthesia system is in an inactive off state.
By way of example, with reference to FIG. Hence, the present invention provides a system and method for the identification of problem areas in an anesthesia system in an unambiguous and intuitive manner through the use of subtle lighting of suspected problem areas in association with these alarms.
With the present invention, the user will be immediately directed to the area of the system in need of examination or correction and will not incur unnecessary distraction or defocus from patient care. Further, the visual lighting of the affected system area will enable other personnel in the OR to assist in the diagnosis or recognition of the problem.
Through information projection visual lighting, operational elements of the system whose function may be engaged or disengaged are clearly identified, decreasing the potential for clinical errors. In conventional anesthesia delivery and ventilation systems, flow tubes are commonly used to serve as a simple, clear, and reliable mechanical method to ensure proper operation of a device—often in the event of an electronic failure or as a cross check of the electronic flow readings.
An exemplary flow tube is described in U. In an embodiment, the present invention provides a single, small sensor solution for proximal placement without tubes or connections back to the anesthesia system. Using small sensors positioned directly at the airway provides optimal flow and pressure measurement signals. The integral docking station for the wireless sensor not only provides power recharge and signal connection, but also provides a physical storage location for the sensor between cases or when it is not in use.
In an embodiment, the anesthesia system of the present invention provides an autoclavable flow sensor with a wireless chipset, including CPU power to perform wireless function, sensor sampling and processing. In an embodiment, the wireless proximal sensor provides reliable communications in an Operating Room Environment up to a distance of 30 feet. In various embodiments, wireless technologies such as In various embodiments the wireless proximal sensor fits within a battery based power budget and its design is tolerant to high humidity environments.
In one embodiment, an airway pressure sensor having the following characteristics is employed:. The use of a wireless sensor requires detection of loss of proper signal such as a data dropout for more than 12 to 50 msec, thereby causing the system's internal sensors to be used. Additionally, wireless battery monitoring predicts loss of signal, and a seamless use of backup sensor systems. The anesthesia system of the present invention is provided with this backup means via Fresh Gas Flow sensors and Drive Gas Flow sensor.
These sensors form a redundant network of flow information to be used for error checking the proximal sensor and continuity of ventilation delivery if the wireless proximal sensor becomes disabled. In an embodiment, as shown in FIG. The wireless proximal sensor establishes a communication link to the anesthesia system only while physically sitting in the docking station. A user is required to remove the sensor from the docking station and place it at the proximal airway.
In one embodiment, the wireless sensor is separated into two parts, a wireless communication pod and a sensor pod that is coupled to the wireless communication pod. Only the wireless communication pod, which provides communication to the anesthesia system, is placed into the docking station. In one optional embodiment, the anesthesia system of the present invention provides a circle-less breathing circuit for patients. Absorber element and bellows have been eliminated in the circle-less breathing circuit provided by the present invention.
Further, check valves used in the circuit illustrated in FIG. As shown, fresh gas is injected through an inspiratory valve , mixed with an injected agent , delivered to a patient and then led out via an expiratory valve In an embodiment, the fresh gas can be oxygen or air, thus requiring only a single control valve for inspiration.
In another embodiment, the inspiratory valve comprises multiple control valves designed to blend oxygen, air and nitrous oxide directly into the circuit. In an embodiment, the source of the fresh gas may be a high pressure pipeline or cylinder supply and the function of the inspiratory valve may be accomplished with proportional solenoid valves such as those used on conventional ICU ventilators. Alternatively, a low pressure fresh gas source such as room air or oxygen concentrator may be employed and the inspiratory valve function may be accomplished by employing a turbine or piston device to generate the necessary patient circuit pressures.
In one embodiment the injected agent device utilizes gaseous anesthetic agent and is designed to control the injection of the agent to just the portions of the gas being delivered to the patient's lungs, since the circle-less circuit does not cause the gas provided through the inspiratory valve to be re-breathed. In an alternate embodiment, the agent is metered as a liquid and is vaporized into the gas stream utilizing a wick arrangement within the inspiratory portion of the breathing circuit tubing Using the circle-less breathing circuit , a pulse train of anesthetic gas may be injected in real-time into the inspiratory flow stream of a patient.
In accordance with an embodiment of the present invention, an optional technique to minimize agent usage is to shape the anesthetic gas pulse so that dead-space receives no agent. Also, since the patient is lying down, most of the posterior portion of the lung is perfused while the anterior portion is relatively less perfused.
Hence, an optimal shape of the pulse is square with some taper towards the end, as illustrated in FIG. In an embodiment, a gas monitor is employed to help with the dead-space and pulse phasing. Thus, the VCO 2 volume of patient-generated carbon dioxide and EtCO 2 end-tidal carbon dioxide can be used to determine the dead-space which is about equal to the volume of the endotracheal tube ETT.
The agent injection is then linked to the delivery of an inspiration breath and the end of agent delivery is phased to the inspiratory gas volume that is projected to enter the dead space. Hence, the anesthesia system of the present invention provides a circle-less breathing system at a lower cost than conventional circular breathing circuits as a plurality of elements of conventional circuit such as bellows, absorber, replaceable absorber canister, mixer and conventional vaporizer, etc.
Further, by using the present circle-less breathing circuit , soda lime or substitutes are removed from the environmental waste streams, and drive gas or other form of energy is not necessarily required, thereby making the use of an oscillating pump for air and an oxygen concentrator as less power is required to run the circuit.
Since, in the present circuit, the inspired gas is always clean, the circuit is optimal as far as infection control is concerned and is also easier to maintain, resulting in a lower cost of ownership. The present circle-less breathing circuit provides IGC automatically, since there is no dilution effect.
In an embodiment, the inspiratory valve feature may be implemented entirely in software and flows much higher than a traditional mixer may be achieved. A new type of vaporizer element has been described in U. This device is extremely simple, but would need to be integrated into a system where the flow by the wick is known in order to be practical. Further, the design of the liquid injection system would be critical for proper functioning and would not be optimized by use of a standard syringe pump as described in U.
The present invention provides a method by which vaporizer elements, such as the one described in U. In an embodiment, a micro-piezo pump is used for pumping the liquid to be vaporized. Injection of the liquid is measured in a supply line supplying liquid to the vaporizer, and control is accomplished using a feedback loop. Measurement of liquid flow into the evaporator i. This step is performed alternative to or in conjunction with anesthetic agent concentration measurement at the patient site.
Further, pulsing i. The evaporator is placed in the main flow stream of a circle-less breathing circuit anesthesia system, such as the one described in the preceding section. A control unit controlling the liquid flow into the evaporator is connected to the display of an anesthesia system, integrating the vaporizer subsystem as a component of a broader anesthesia system of the present invention. This allows agent data to be presented with fresh gas flow rates and patient tidal volumes.
In one embodiment a valve is added to a known electronic vaporizer, such as the one described in U. This is used for an oxygen flush of the system or for immediately turning off of the vaporizer. Proportional control of this bypass may also be used to quickly reduce the amount of vapor being added without entirely ceasing the vapor addition, as is the case with a complete bypass.
Further, a component of the fresh gas flow e. Oxygen may be selectively passed through the evaporator in order to obtain a consistent uptake of anesthetic agent vapor. In an embodiment, a liquid type agent detection means is added to either a pump connected to an external container of the liquid anesthetic from which the liquid anesthetic is pumped into the vaporizer or the container itself for determining the anesthetic type.
Further the container may comprise a plurality of reservoirs, the operation of each controlled by a pump controller unit, thereby allowing for multiple anesthetic agent types to be present on a single anesthesia machine. The reservoir s containing the anesthetic agents may be cooled to maintain anesthetic agents in liquid form for injection by the liquid injection means of a pump—connected to pump the agents into the vaporizer.
In various embodiments various protection means and means for elimination of liquid cavitation are employed. Examples of such means comprise cooling of one or more pumps to prevent cavitation as the anesthetic liquid is pumped through, pressurizing of anesthetic agent reservoirs into a connected pump to prevent cavitation, employing cavitation detection means in the pump or a supply line connecting the reservoirs to the pump, employing specific known design features in the supply line or pump to prevent cavitation, and adding resistance to the supply line thereby creating backpressure in order to prevent cavitation.
The method of the present invention allows for selection of different evaporator sizes based on the amount of fresh gas flow. For example, an anesthesia control means such as a knob or switch could select either a high flow or a low flow evaporator depending on the amount of fresh gas flow being used.
In an embodiment, a sensor element is positioned at the patient airway for reading the optical absorption of the gas being inspired by the patient at different light wavelengths, and the signals sensed at that point are used for performing either inspired gas control or expired gas control using the vaporizer as a subsystem of an anesthesia machine. Further, in an embodiment, two liquid flow sensors are used in series, one high flow and one for lower flow, in order to sense the full range of liquid flow rates at sufficient accuracy.
The above examples are merely illustrative of the many applications of the system of present invention. Although only a few embodiments of the present invention have been described herein, it should be understood that the present invention might be embodied in many other specific forms without departing from the spirit or scope of the invention. Therefore, the present examples and embodiments are to be considered as illustrative and not restrictive, and the invention may be modified within the scope of the appended claims.
Effective date : Year of fee payment : 4. The disclosed anesthesia systems allow for a portion of the system to be brought closer to the patient such that clinical controls can be accessed while tending to the patient airway, without compromising office space available to the clinician or crowding the patient area.
Information Projection Lighting In one embodiment of the present invention, direct lighting of an area of the system in association with an alarm, for example, any area of the anesthesia system being suspected of undergoing a technical problem, is provided, in order to unambiguously and intuitively guide the user's attention to the likely source of the problem reflected by the alarm.
Enhanced Flow Tube Visualization In conventional anesthesia delivery and ventilation systems, flow tubes are commonly used to serve as a simple, clear, and reliable mechanical method to ensure proper operation of a device—often in the event of an electronic failure or as a cross check of the electronic flow readings. Wireless Proximal Sensor s In an embodiment, the present invention provides a single, small sensor solution for proximal placement without tubes or connections back to the anesthesia system.
Circle-Less Breathing Circuit In one optional embodiment, the anesthesia system of the present invention provides a circle-less breathing circuit for patients. We claim: 1. An anesthesia delivery system, comprising: a first section comprising a housing for at least one clinical control and at least one patient connection for providing therapy to a patient, wherein said at least one patient connection includes a breathing circuit connection, comprising at least one limb, wherein the at least one limb is inspiratory or expiratory or a combination thereof; and.
The anesthesia delivery system of claim 1 wherein the first section comprises an area for housing at least one of: a ventilator display; a physiological monitor; a physiologic monitor display; respiratory gas analysis and connections; patient suction controls; auxiliary oxygen controls; auxiliary oxygen connections; fresh gas flow mixer; fresh gas flow controls; vaporizers; attachment back bar; syringe pump mounts; expandable clinical workspace; or wireless sensor docking.
The anesthesia delivery system of claim 1 wherein the second section comprises an area for housing at least one of: a storage space, a first work surface at a first elevation, a second work surface at a second elevation, wherein the first elevation is higher than the second elevation; at least one pull-out tray; at least one electrical equipment connector, having a connector interface, wherein said connector interface extends outward toward a front of said second section; an angled planar surface at said base portion of the second section adapted to function as a foot rest; and lighting.
The anesthesia delivery system of claim 1 wherein, in the first position, said second section and said first section are integrated into each other and wherein, in the second position, the first section extends away from said second section and provides physical access to the planar workspace surface. The anesthesia delivery system of claim 4 wherein the first section is rotatably extendable from the second section at an angle ranging from 0 degrees to 45 degrees.
The anesthesia delivery system of claim 5 wherein the first section is rotatably extendable in angular increments. The anesthesia delivery system of claim 1 wherein the first section is configured to linearly extend from the second section in order to move from a first position to a second position. The anesthesia delivery system of claim 7 wherein, in the first position, said second section and said first section are integrated into each other and wherein, in the second position, the first section extends away from said second section and provides physical access to the planar workspace surface.
The anesthesia delivery system of claim 8 wherein the first section is linearly extendable from the second section at a distance ranging from 0 to The anesthesia delivery system of claim 1 wherein the first section is, from a fully integrated position, both rotatably and linearly extended away from the second section such that the first section is in an extended position. The anesthesia delivery system of claim 1 further comprising at least one floor contact point providing load-bearing support.
The anesthesia delivery system of claim 11 wherein the at least one floor contact point is a rotating trackball. The anesthesia delivery system of claim 11 wherein the at least one floor contact point is a rotating caster wheel having multiple rollers for both inline and side to side movement. The anesthesia delivery system of claim 1 wherein a user-initiated actuation results in a motorized movement of the first section relative to the second section.
The anesthesia delivery system of claim 14 wherein the motorized movement of the first section is automatically stopped when an obstruction to the motorized movement is detected by a controller, wherein said controller is configured to detect a change in electric current drawn by a movement motor causing said motorized movement.
The anesthesia delivery system of claim 15 wherein an audio, visual, or audio-visual alarm is provided when an obstruction to the movement is detected. The anesthesia delivery system of claim 1 wherein the patient is connected to the anesthesia delivery system via a circle-less breathing circuit which comprises an inspiratory and an expiratory valve, wherein fresh gas is injected through the inspiratory valve, mixed with an injected agent, delivered to a patient and then led out via the expiratory valve and wherein the inspiratory valve further comprises a plurality of control valves to blend at least two of oxygen, air, or nitrous oxide directly into the breathing circuit.
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