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Publication numberUS1987137 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 8, 1935
Filing dateApr 16, 1934
Priority dateApr 16, 1934
Publication numberUS 1987137 A, US 1987137A, US-A-1987137, US1987137 A, US1987137A
InventorsWarren Walters James
Original AssigneeWarren Walters James
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
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Jan. 8,- 1935.

J. W. WALTERS SYRINGE Filed April 16, 1934 i J r 2 10 12 iii! 3mm James War ran iVaZtens Patented Jan. 8, 1935 p I t j UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE SYRINGE James Warren Walters, Tulsa, Okla. Application April 16, 1934, Serial No. 720,866

v1 Claim. (01. 128239) This invention relates to syringes especially with a bead 12. A part of the function of this adapted for veterinary use. head is to act as a stop for the forward move- The main object of the invention is to provide ment of the piston so that when the piston is a device of this kind having means to penetrate moved forward it will come in contact with said 5 the part of the anatomy of the animal desired bead, and the piston being made of soft leather 5 to be treated, and vacuum means to properly will stop withoutajar. position the wall of the anatomy so the interior The interior of the element 3 is provided with thereof can be cleansed in the most efficient mana longitudinal bore 13 which matches up with ner. the bore of the stem. The bore 13 is enlarged at Another object of the invention is to provide the front as at 14 and in the, interior thereof isa I! a rectal front end in the shape of an arrow head ball valve 15. Screwed into the tip of the e1e.--. to penetrate the anatomy of the animal, a ment 3 is a shortnipple 16 having a bore 17 on vacuum cup adapted to distend the wall thereof, line with the bore 13. Numeral 18 designates a and means to pump a fluid in the interior of the pin passing through the nipple and adapted. to

5 anatomy to properly cleanse same. prevent the ball valve from leaving its housing. 1?

Other objects of the invention will appear as The operation of the device is as follows: The the disclosure progresses. The drawing is inspear headed rectal nozzle'3 is moved forward tended to merely indicate a possible embodiment of the cup 1 as indicated in Figure 1 and inserted of the invention. It is obvious that the actual in the cavity of the animal to be treated so that 20 needs of manufacture may necessitate certain the fleshy part of the anus may slip over the so mechanical changes. It is therefore not intended enlargement of the rectal nozzle and into the.

to limit the invention to the embodiment illusfront end of the vacuum. The piston-is then trated but rather to define such limits in the apmov d to h ri h n h p i n h wn in Fi 1 pended l i ure 2. This will create a vacuum within the cup For a more general understanding of the invenand W draw in the fleshy p O the anus 2.5

tion attention is called to the drawing. In the tween th r l n zzl an th b d 2 makin a drawing like reference characters denote like comp v y l -P j The next p is parts throughout the specification. to pump a medicinal liquid by means of a pump In the drawing (not shown) through the hose 10, through the I 39 Figure 1 is an outside view of the syringe. rectal'nozzle and thence into the interior of the Figure 2 is a longitudinal section thereof and anatomy of the animal T ball V v w p Figure 3 is a cross section on line 3-3 of Figvent the medicinal liquid from flowing back into ure 2. t the hose and the catch will prevent the piston Referring now to the drawing in detail, nufrom movin and thus sustain the va uummeral 1 designates the cup to create a vacuum, t Will hu b Seen that I have provided a 35 2 the hollow stem and 3 the rectal front end in simple and efficient device to treat an ailing the shape of an arrow head. The rear wall 4 of animal in the most modern and scientific manner. the cup is provided with a hole 5 to allow the stem Having described my invention, I claim to pass through. Pivotally connected to the rear In a deviceof the class described, a cup, the

40 of the wall is a catch 6 for keeping the position front end of said cup being internally beaded, a p 40 between the stem and cup adjusted. The lower piston in said cup for creating a partial vacuum point of the catch is adapted to engage with the a hollow stem, said piston mounted on said hollow threaded portion '7 of the stem and near the top stem, said stem passing an aperture in the rear of the catch is a compression spring 8 partly emwall of said cupfaf hollow tapered enlargement.

bedded in the wall 4 of thecup for normally surrounding the front end of saidv stem; a ball 45 urging the upp P Of h t h outwardly. valve near the tip of said enlargement, a catch Th utward p t of t st mis pr vid d with pivoted to the said rear wall of said cup and a knob 9 for conveniently gripping or holding adapted to engage a rack on the said stem toad-- the device. Attached to the extreme end of the just the relative position between said enlarge- 5 stem is a hose 10. ment and said cup, and a knob near the rear of Threadedly engaging the portion of the stem said stem for conveniently holding and manipuwhich is housed in the interior of the cup is a lating said stem. leather piston 11 adapted to create a vacuum in the cup. The forward end of the cup is provided JAMES WARREN WALTERS.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification604/178, 604/278
International ClassificationA61M31/00
Cooperative ClassificationA61M31/00
European ClassificationA61M31/00