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G-Tube Belt
G-Tube Belt is a more comfortable way to secure all types of enteral feeding tubes including PEG tubes, gastrostomy tubes, and jejunostomy tubes.

G-Tube Belt

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Part Number:CCP52
  • Secures Peg Tubes, G-tubes, and most other enteral feeding tubes.
  • Soft, comfortable elastic waist band.
  • Washable and reusable.
  • Eliminates need for pins and tape.

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The G-Tube Belt provides a comfortable way to secure all types of enteral feeding tubes including PEG tubes, gastrostomy tubes, and jejunostomy tubes. This soft belt with pouch eliminates the need for clumsy pins and tape. The G-Tube Belt increases the userís level of tube control, helps increase self-care and minimize the risk of accidental pull-out by combative patients and small children.

Caregivers should first consult a physician before using the G-Tube Belt. It is recommended that a sterile drain sponge with slit for tube entry be placed against the skin as a buffer. Wrap waist strap around waist and secure to a comfortable fit using the hook and loop closure for adjustment. Slide tube through slit to pouch and position pouch over tube accordingly. Secure tube while not in use by coiling onto pouch face and then close bottom flap securely over tube coil.

Care Instructions: G-Tube Belt flannel center pouch and soft elastic fabric waistband are conveniently machine washable. Hand or machine wash with a mild disinfectant and hang dry. Be sure to engage the hook and loop fasteners before washing to prevent lint accumulation.

G-Tube Belt Specifications:

Material: Latex free.
Pouch measures: 5 x 5 1/2 inches overall, 4 x 4 inches inside opening.
Standard size fits: 30 to 45 inch waist size.
Large size fits: 46 to 60 inch waist size.
Belt width: 2 inches.
5 Stars
G - tube belt
I love my new g - tube belt, I was using band and it was so bulky and uncomfortable under clothes and the tube wasn't really contained very well. The g - tube belt is comfortable and easy to wear, I referred it to the nurse at my oncology clinic and she was going to give the website to the patients with feeding tubes.
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Reviewed by:  from Wichita Falls, Tx. on 3/12/2015
5/5
5 Stars
G-tube belt
I ordered 2 of the G-tube belts for my brother. He is 31, and recently lost the ability to swallow after a brain tumor was removed. The pouch is absolutely amazing for him! As soon as we put it on, he felt so comforable. He no longer has to deal with taping the tube to his stomach to keep it from pulling down on the insertion site. The material in is very soft and comfortable against his skin, and it helps look smoother under his clothes. Well worth the investment.
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Reviewed by:  from Virginia Beach, Virginia. on 12/15/2014
5/5
1 Stars
Ms
I have a son that pulls his peg tube out and have used many methods to keep him refrained from doing that. This belt was soft, loved the cover over it.....but once the peg is secured he yanked on the cover and peg and belt and all came off! I feel the square cover needs to be over the belt to the back area where it cannot be accessed by only a caregiver. My son is 23 with multiple things going on and if this is the one thing I was so happy to help...didn't and I wish I never bought it! This disappointed me and I will never buy another product from your company. Some things need to be considered and what could be a safety issue to the person wearing it!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Richmond, Ky. on 4/30/2015
1/5
5 Stars
Wife
We find it very helpful and easy to use. It does have a tendency to slip a bit though.
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Reviewed by:  from Huntington Beach, CA.. on 4/5/2015
5/5
1 Stars
PEG tube holder
The design looks perfect and it was comfortable except I could not wear it because of the Velcro that pricked my skin on both upper corners. And it is not returnable.
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Reviewed by:  from Washington, DC. on 2/6/2015
1/5

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