Cord Keepers for feeding tubes, IV lines, oxygen/cannula tubing, central line tubing, more. Ready to Ship.

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Cord Keepers for feeding tubes, IV lines, oxygen/cannula tubing, central line tubing, more. Ready to Ship.

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Cotton fabric, KAM snaps

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Handmade item

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From Des Moines, IA
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Description

Cord Keepers - Funner to look at than plain tubes, and safer, too! Do you worry about your cords and tubes at night? Does your loved one have multiple tubes that somehow seem to always get twisted and knotted up? Does your child wake up in the morning hopelessly tangled in his or her tubes? Are you just plain tired of looking at boring tubes all day?

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Looking for our WIDE Cord Keepers for vent circuits and CPAP tubing? They've got their own listing now! https://www.etsy.com/listing/689652843/
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Our Cord Keepers help keep lines away from curious fingers, help reduce occlusion, reduce the risk of entanglement at night, and are just plain fun. They may be pinned to clothing near stomas or entry sites or to legs or feet of pajamas, but should not be pinned to collars. Many caregivers use these at night to tuck cords along the side of the crib or bed. They've even been known to make grumpy children more accepting of their various tubes.

Cord Keepers will hold 1-3 IV or feeding tube-size tubes. (We're in a bit of a transition here from our OLDER STYLE Cord Keepers to our NEWER STYLE Cord Keepers. Older Style Keepers only hold ONE tube. After hearing feedback from caregivers that they wanted a bit more room in the Cord Keepers, we've switched to a slightly wider design that's also easier to get on and off the tubing. BOTH styles are available at the moment and are noted in the selection menu. The OLDER STYLE 12inch long Keepers we have are IDEAL for covering that tubing between feeding pump backpack and stoma.)

Cord Keepers close with high-quality KAM snaps located every four inches along the length. Tubes can enter and exit the Cord Keeper at any point.

Cord Keepers are available in several different lengths, which are noted in the selection menu. In addition, we can custom make a Cord Keeper in any length you want. Please see our separate Custom Made Cord Keeper listing (https://www.etsy.com/listing/637192242/).

How do you know what length you need? It depends entirely on your intended use. Got a small tubie who wears his pump in a backpack and wants something fun covering the tube as it goes from backpack to belly (or backpack to port)? The 12 inch size will probably work great. Got a tubie who keeps her feed on a wheelchair pole? Depending on how far away she is from the pump, the 23" or 35" sizes would be perfect. Want something to stretch along the length of your tubing? Get a 41" or 60" length! The best way to decide what will work best for your needs is to actually measure the length of the tubing you want to cover.


Please use common sense when using the Cord Keepers. Do Not attach to the patient's collar. Keep exhalation ports uncovered. Completely remove Cord Keeper when doing any maintenance on the lines - connecting or disconnecting IV tubing, for example.


All items shown here are in stock and ready to ship. WE LOVE CUSTOM ORDERS! If these fabrics don't strike your fancy, or if you need a different length or width, please see our separate Custom Made Cord Keeper listing (https://www.etsy.com/listing/637192242/).

Please note that some photos show the Cord Keeper along with a matching Feeding Pump Bag Cover or a Button Cushion. This listing is only for the cord keeper.
Cord Keepers - Funner to look at than plain tubes, and safer, too! Do you worry about your cords and tubes at night? Does your loved one have multiple tubes that somehow seem to always get twisted and knotted up? Does your child wake up in the morning hopelessly tangled in his or her tubes? Are you just plain tired of looking at boring tubes all day?

---
Looking for our WIDE Cord Keepers for vent circuits and CPAP tubing? They've got their own listing now! https://www.etsy.com/listing/689652843/
---

Our Cord Keepers help keep lines away from curious fingers, help reduce occlusion, reduce the risk of entanglement at night, and are just plain fun. They may be pinned to clothing near stomas or entry sites or to legs or feet of pajamas, but should not be pinned to collars. Many caregivers use these at night to tuck cords along the side of the crib or bed. They've even been known to make grumpy children more accepting of their various tubes.

Cord Keepers will hold 1-3 IV or feeding tube-size tubes. (We're in a bit of a transition here from our OLDER STYLE Cord Keepers to our NEWER STYLE Cord Keepers. Older Style Keepers only hold ONE tube. After hearing feedback from caregivers that they wanted a bit more room in the Cord Keepers, we've switched to a slightly wider design that's also easier to get on and off the tubing. BOTH styles are available at the moment and are noted in the selection menu. The OLDER STYLE 12inch long Keepers we have are IDEAL for covering that tubing between feeding pump backpack and stoma.)

Cord Keepers close with high-quality KAM snaps located every four inches along the length. Tubes can enter and exit the Cord Keeper at any point.

Cord Keepers are available in several different lengths, which are noted in the selection menu. In addition, we can custom make a Cord Keeper in any length you want. Please see our separate Custom Made Cord Keeper listing (https://www.etsy.com/listing/637192242/).

How do you know what length you need? It depends entirely on your intended use. Got a small tubie who wears his pump in a backpack and wants something fun covering the tube as it goes from backpack to belly (or backpack to port)? The 12 inch size will probably work great. Got a tubie who keeps her feed on a wheelchair pole? Depending on how far away she is from the pump, the 23" or 35" sizes would be perfect. Want something to stretch along the length of your tubing? Get a 41" or 60" length! The best way to decide what will work best for your needs is to actually measure the length of the tubing you want to cover.


Please use common sense when using the Cord Keepers. Do Not attach to the patient's collar. Keep exhalation ports uncovered. Completely remove Cord Keeper when doing any maintenance on the lines - connecting or disconnecting IV tubing, for example.


All items shown here are in stock and ready to ship. WE LOVE CUSTOM ORDERS! If these fabrics don't strike your fancy, or if you need a different length or width, please see our separate Custom Made Cord Keeper listing (https://www.etsy.com/listing/637192242/).

Please note that some photos show the Cord Keeper along with a matching Feeding Pump Bag Cover or a Button Cushion. This listing is only for the cord keeper.

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The following items can't be returned or exchanged

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  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)

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FAQs

Over ten years ago, the US Congress passed the CPSIA law, which includes many consumer protections, particularly for children's products. On products that fit CPSIA's definition of a children's product, we include labels with cohort, tracking, and date information as required by law. (Tracking means that I can track the materials used in the item back to the supplier and date purchased from the supplier, not that it's tracked after the sale.)

Are you buying children's products without this information? That's not only illegal, but potentially dangerous. Buy your children's products only from sellers who are compliant with US Safety laws.
I do not. After extensive research, I came to the conclusion that regular fabric simply does not provide the protection from germs that people want. Further, I would not feel right about selling a product that I wasn't certain would work well - and I'm certain that a face mask made from two or three layers of regular fabric absolutely wouldn't work well. I recommend buying one of the major brands of reusable masks - these masks have been tested against industry or government standards for filtering micro particles, and can promise you the protection you need.

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