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Lianne 76 03 2017 08:27
Think they work fairly well
I use surgi-strips to keep them in place on the ends and in the middle. I am a caregiver for an 86 year old gentleman who is on hospice care. They were furnishing these tubes originally and just discontinued them when the company was sold. Darn my luck.
barney 279 10 2015 20:50
work when you can keep them in place
Mythgirl 63 03 2014 19:24
Ear savers. Couldn't sleep with out them.
Looking for ways to keep them from coming off. I use a set on each side so I don't wake up with track marks on my cheeks. Helpful to read other reviews. EZ-wrap makes it possible for me to sleep with a cannula on.
Jerry 46 02 2014 02:49
They won't stay on the tubing
They would be fine if they would stay attached to the tubing.
Cliff 28 01 2014 02:11
Wraps won't stay on the cannula tubing without some adhesive being applied to the slit surfaces.
They are better than nothing but have to be retroffitted for them to stay on the tubing or they fall off if you move your head. The manufacturer should put a double stick tape strip with a pull off tab so they stick together after being attached to the cannula tubing. I have found they will stay in place by attaching each piece to the tubing and then spreading some glue from a glue stick on both pieces (flat toothpick works good) and squeeze them together for a minute or so and then wipe the excess off. This will put some glue on both surfaces and the tubing to keep the wrap from twisting. Make sure the slit is on top. Wait an hour or so before using them. Before you attach the wrap to the tubing, mark the tubing at the front of the ear so you will know where to place the wrap. I change my cannula monthly and the wraps still look good but I'm not sure how sanitary they might be. I have tried the thread solution but with arthritis in my fingers, I can't tie them tight enough to keep them from moving.