The product that easily organizes tubing, lines, & drains

No inservice needed... instantly reduces caregiver frustration and increases patient satisfaction

Lenore, a dedicated nurse who valued patient safety, was inspired by her nurse mentor Beata St. Claire. Over 20 years ago, Lenore faced a new challenge when hospitals started using beds with four bedrails, causing lines and cords to impinge, become difficult to find, or even fall on the ground when the head of the bed was raised. Determined to find a better solution than a medicine cup taped to the bedrail, Lenore invented the bedside line organizer product that is now known as The Beata Clasp. The product became widely popular in hospitals for preventing falls and injuries caused by tripping on cords or lines. Lenore named the product after her mentor, Beata St. Claire, this tribute is a testament to the impact that mentors can have on our lives and careers.
  • Staff Benefits

    • Reduces tangling of tubing

    • Saves time at the bedside

    • Decrease rework

    • Versatile & simple to use

    • Easy to clean

    Mission Statement 
  • Patient Benefits

    • Keeps call light in reach

    • Decreases contamination

    • Keeps lines off floors

    • Single patient use

    • Latex-free

  • Facility Benefits

    • Reduces misconnections

    • Prevents trips & falls

    • Decreases waste 

    • Uses no adhesives

    • Recyclable

    Where it is used 

Evaluation Packs | Individual Units | Bulk Orders

“I was frustrated with disorganized tubing at the patient’s bedside. Once, I tripped on a cord and almost fell. I was grateful that no one got hurt (either myself or the patient), but my heart skipped a beat since there were multiple dialysis lines! I realized that one close call was one too many. My hospital stopped taking safety risks and ordered the Beata Clasp. This device is great because it is flexible and can fit over IV poles or bedrails to keep everything organized and off the floor. Not only does it not require adhesive, but it doesn’t even need a nurse in-service a it is self-explanatory. When we introduced the Beata Clasps, patients asked why they didn’t get them sooner. This is a functional product that increases patient satisfaction and safety! I hope every hospital tries them!”

- Anne Henning