Asked on Apr 28, 2019

How can I get my oxygen tubing off the floor and up on the walls?

by Mrsgpittpa

I would like to use clear tubing but it's all green now, to prevent tripping on the floors. It can only be 50 foot at a line , As I see it , it would have to have a shut off t=line on them. Solutions please. Marlene

  6 answers
  • Patti Harrington Patti Harrington on Apr 28, 2019

    I wear oxygen, from the concentrator I have the tubing going up the wall and I have a cup hook holding the tubing then it goes over a doorway and into my bedroom, again I use cup hooks to hold the tubing. Now this only goes into my bedroom I'm not sure how to take it to the other rooms throughout the house. Hopefully I was of some help.

  • Suellen Hintz Suellen Hintz on Apr 29, 2019

    Wire management straps from the office supply store that are generally used for cords in an office.

  • Diana Diana on Apr 29, 2019

    Cup hooks or Velcro hooks will work.

  • Evelyn Kelleher Evelyn Kelleher on Jul 04, 2019

    My mom is on oxygen and wants the freedom of walking throughout the house with her long tubing . Dad recently fell over the tubing tangling in his feet luckily did not get injured . We are desperate for s solution that provide mom the freedom to roam the house but not create a fall hazard . It’s been years of trying to find a solution

  • Carol Freihaut Carol Freihaut on Aug 23, 2022

    I use an four-way aerator for an aquarium (got it on Amazon for about $10). Put four tubes and cannulas on the nozzles, run tubing from the concentrator to the intake nozzle, hang it on the wall above your concentrator, then run the tubing in different directions in the house. i just change cannulas as I move through the house. Looks a nit hinky, but it's better than others tripping or splitting the tubing open by stepping on it.