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1. WO2010076904 - RHINITIS LASER-AROMA THERAPY APPARATUS

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Claims

[1] A rhinitis therapy apparatus, comprising: a rectangular plate shaped housing 100; a control board 200 and a charge battery 300 which are accommodated in the interior of the housing 100; at least one beam emission part 400 which is inserted into a nose and is protruded from an upper side of the housing for emitting laser; and an aroma supply means which is provided in a side of a beam emission part 400 of the housing 100 for thereby stabilizing a mucous membrane and obtaining a psychological stability with the help of aroma.

[2] The apparatus of claim 1, wherein said housing 100 includes an upper housing

110 and a lower housing 120 which are divided into upper and lower parts, and said control board 200 includes an operation switch protruded from an outer side of the housing 100 in order for a user to input an operation signal for thereby controlling an operation of the beam emission part 400 by receiving power from the charge battery 300, and a charge terminal 220 protruded from a lower side of the housing for charging the charge battery 300 using an external power, an operation lamp 230 for indicating an operation, and a speaker 240 for sounding an operation and completion, and said beam emission part 400 is provided in one pair for more effectively guiding laser from the laser device 410 into a nose and each includes a laser device 410 for emitting laser as being controlled by means of the control board 200, a beam guide tube 420 which is engaged with the laser device 410 for guiding laser from the laser device 410 into a nose and is engaged to an upper side of the housing 100, which is divided into two parts, and a nose adapter 430 which is engaged to an upper side of the beam guide tube 420 and is exchangeable by a user and is formed of a flexible synthetic resin flexible enough to be inserted into a nose.

[3] The apparatus of either claim 1 or claim 2, wherein said laser device 410 is mounted in the control board and includes a breathing inhalation hole 421 installed in a side wall of the beam guide tube 420 for inhaling an external air when breathing during a therapy process.

[4] The apparatus of either claim 1 or claim 2, wherein said aroma supply means includes an aroma supply part 510 in an outer surface of one side of the housing 100, and an aroma discharge hole 520 for guiding aroma of the aroma supply part 510 to a nose, and said aroma discharge hole 520 is connected from the aroma supply part 510 to the beam emission part 400 and is open in a direction of an upper side of the housing 100, and said aroma supply part 510 includes an aroma accommodation part 511 concaved in the housing 100, an aroma emission part 513 formed in the aroma accommodation part 511, and an accommodation part cap 512 for sealing the aroma accommodation part 511 by means of an engaging means.

[5] The apparatus of claim 4, wherein said engaging means of the accommodation part cap 512 includes an engaging magnet 531 in one side of either the aroma accommodation part 511 and the accommodation part cap 512, and an engaging plate 532 provided in the other side of the same for being magnetically engaged to the engaging magnet 531.

[6] The apparatus of either claim 1 or claim 2, wherein a therapy part cap 610 is provided for accommodating the housing 100, and a mirror 611 is provided in one side surface of the therapy part cap 610 for checking an operation of the therapy part cap, and a charge support part 620 is provided for supporting a therapy part for its charge, and said charge support part 620 includes a support part 621 having a slope support part, and a power terminal 622 disposed in a lower side of the support part.