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Publication numberUS1841406 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 19, 1932
Filing dateMay 6, 1931
Priority dateMay 6, 1931
Publication numberUS 1841406 A, US 1841406A, US-A-1841406, US1841406 A, US1841406A
InventorsGalazin Casimer V
Original AssigneeGalazin Casimer V
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Syringe
US 1841406 A
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Jan. 19, 1932.

C. V. GALAZIN SYRINGE Filed May 6, 1931 I INVENTOR. Cqsinzlg K Gqlqziu I ATTORNEY Patented Jan. 19, 1931?. V

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Application filed ma afiesif. s a ing; ts 5,459

1 My invention relates to a new anduseful improvement ina syringe and particularly a syringe of the vaginal type i '4, 7 'It is an object of the present invention to 51 provide a syringeso arranged and construct ed that the user may Whileusing the syringe seal; with the syringe; 3 the *vagina: from leaking so that it. beconiespossible for the user to fill the vagina with liquid to anexv its base. Slidably projectedthrough the 6 0 neck 20 whicli projects outwardly from the 'base12etis arod 15" carrying a cross head 16 Which-serves as a'closuref for theloppositely" latent as to distendit sufficiently jtoperniit'ac: cess" of cleansing liquid used toal1 partsot the vagina and particularly beneath and be tween the folds.

lyescape therefro'msind yet an {undue leakage of liquid from-the syringe prevented." l

Another object of the invention is the-profacture, and hi hly efficient in use. Other objects will appear hereinafter.

and arrangement of parts scribed and clai1ned.r

' The invention will: be best'understood by areference tozthe accompanying drawings which form a in Which,

hereinafter -de+ View of the invention. Y 1

Fig. 2 is'aview taken .on.line 22 or Fig. 1.

Fig. 3 is a the invention slightly enlarged.

Fig. is a sectional View taken onli ie tFig. 3.

of Fig. 3.

are formed outletpassages 9. Adjacentthe It is another object of the invention to pro; vide in a-syringe of this class of a two-Way. check valve so that liquid may be freely forced into the vagina and easily} and quick-5' The invention consists in the combination part ofjthis specification, and

16 outiof Fig. 1 is a longitudinal-central sectional openings. p

.Whenftlie pressuree'iierted by the fluidbeing I a delivered is"released'ythesprings Will restore f fragmentary sectional View of Fig. .5 is a sectional View taken online 5'5 I oppositelend otthe tube? and preferably formed integral therewith is a shell have iiig its end edges curved as at 11 to-form a.

cup-like structure so that a space 12 is'Laf- I forded for the reception of the vulva when the invention isin use. The open enolofthe tube 7.18 i fested a be attached we same 'supply of liquidwhich is used for cleansing purposes and whichimay be in a bu lb'or a container to provide a syringe of thegravity typel The 7 syringe, 'l1o ever;- is'- primarily intended for use :Wlth a bulb.

' Threaded in the tube? adjacent the. closed end is a;cup shaped valve retainer lifiha'ving oppositely positioned openings l4 formed in positioned openings "14'. 3 Openings 917 are provided for these, openings,'{ this closure 18 beingfin-thenatureofa .cro'ss-headwhich is I carried by 'asleeve l9"slidablyi nounted' on the neck or sleeve 20; i A. spring '21 embraces 'therodl 5 and isconnected at one end to the: neck or sleeve 20 and'a't itsopposite end to the knob 22 vvhic ,h- 'is-fixedly nounted' .onithe. stem 15. A spring 23 embraces the neck 19 f 'anclengagesat one endtheclosure 18and at In use, when the tube? is inserted into-the l vagina and lthe-fvulvaareengagedin the re Icess'12,;asealing'ofthe-vaginaagainstleak e age, effected; QA;forceiiulfifiovv "ofgliquid I through'the tubef' wi'll then' force' the ciosuraso, engagenient'with the base 24. ,"thus -the liquid to floW through the the opposite'end theknob 22'.

*andgthreugh the" passages 9.

the closurelti to its seatjandziiponthe backvacuum: created by the bulb or; throughthe;

pressure" of the liquid delivere d into the; T

vagina the" closure1'8 Will be forced from its? 99 seat permitting anescapeofth'e liquid. "A device of this kind" permits a thorough I cleansing as the [cleansing fluid may when a bulb; is *used',;}b'e repeatedly forced into the 1 vagina ami Withdraivntheretrom. 1 A- maxi- 9 *mui'n"convenienceisalsoafforded as the seal: f. j ing cupjpositionediabout thejvulva permits the. use of, adevice by apers'orij while lying own-- without any leakage onto the clothes for I I l 3121i 10L NVhile have illustrated and described the perferred form of construction of my invention, I .donot wish to limit myself to the precise details of structure shown, but desire to avail myself of such variations and modifica- .tions as may come within the scope of the appendedclaims.

Having thus described myinvention, what V I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent is:

1. A syringe of the classIdescribe'd, comprising: a tube; a passage bearing head-at one end ofsaid tube serving as a closure therefor, said tube beingthreaded on its inner surface adjacent said head; a'valve' re- -:;tainer.-in said tube and: threaded thereto at said threaded; portion; I a rod slidably -pro-- jectedrthroughsaid-valve retainer centrally Qthereof, said valve retainer having-spaced openings formed therein; a cross head carried by said rod for closing sald'openings;

and resilient means fornormally retaining saidcross-head in closing position.

2..-A-s'yringe of. the class described, comprising; a tube ;.a head on one end of saidtube having a plurality of passages formed there- -gin,- .said. tube being internally threaded adj a-.

cent-said head; a cup shapedvalve retainer 7 threaded in said tubeat said threaded por-.

tion and havinga plurality of openings formed in itsbase; a rod-slidably projected through said retainer; a .crosshead mounted 1 on one end of said rod andengageable'in said xretainer for serving asa closure for a plu- 1 rality of said openings;-and resilient-means for normally-retaining said cross head in engagement with the base. of said retainer in closing position. r

;3. A syringe-of the class described, co1n-.

prising: a .tubeya head on one end of said tube having; a plurality of passages. formed said base.

from the base of said retainer; a rod slidably projected through said sleeve and said base, said base having a plurality of spaced openings formed therein; a cross head carried by said rod and adapted upon engagement with 5. A device of the class described; comprising: a tube; a passage, bearing head carried on and'serving as a closure for one end of said tube; a cup shaped valve retainer mounted in :said tube adjacent said head, the open" face of. saidretainer beingdirected toward said head; a tubular sleeve projecting outwardly from the base of said retainer; a rodslidably projectedthrough said sleeve and said base,

- said base having a plurality of spaced open- ;.1ngs formed there1n;.a cross head carried by saidjrod and adapted upon engagement with the inner surface of said base for closing a plurality of said openings, said cross head being movable inwardly toward said head for disengaging said base resilient means for resistlng said movement of 'saidcross head; a

closure slidably mounted on said sleeve and engageable with the outer surface ofsaid .base andserving while in engagement with said base as a closure for the remainder of said openings; and resilient means for resist- 111g -movement of said closure relatively to In'testimony whereof I have signed the foregoing spec fication.

oAsIMER v. GA LAZIN'.

V therein, saidtube being internally threaded adj acent said head a cup: shaped valve retainer .threadedin said tube-at said threaded :portion'andfhaving a plurality of. openings formed-in its base; a. rod slidably projected through said retainer :ai'cross head mounted onone .end of said rod and -'engageable. in

a plurality ofisaid openings; resilient means for normally retaining said cross head in engagement withgthe base of said retainer in r closing. position 'a'slidably=.mou11ted. closure i engagingtheouter surface of the base of said retainer and serving-asa closure? for a the re- -ma1nder of said openlngs; and. resilient.

means for normally retaining said closure ]Il ClOS l11g,POS1t1OI1. a g v I V 4:. A device of the class descr1bed,com pr1sing v a tube; a passage bearing head carried on and serving as a closure for one end of said e tube; a cup shaped valve retainer mounted in csa-id retainer for servingwas, -a closure for j saidtubea'djacent said head, the open face of said retainer --being .;directed .toward said -head; a tubular sleeve projecting outwardly

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US4175559 *Apr 6, 1978Nov 27, 1979Kreb Robert J IiiSealable syringe
US9629953 *Aug 9, 2011Apr 25, 2017Innovation Technologies, Inc.Device and method for abscess irrigation
US20120035559 *Aug 9, 2011Feb 9, 2012Rucinski Paul JDevice and Method for Abscess Irrigation
Classifications
U.S. Classification604/30, 604/278
International ClassificationA61M3/02, A61M3/00
Cooperative ClassificationA61M3/0279
European ClassificationA61M3/02H