There is no doubt that the closed body-exhaust system plays an important role in reducing infection rate in total hip arthroplasty. This demands a secure body-exhaust air hose. The current method in securing the air hose by tying the hose ribbons around the waist often fails to hold the hose in place. Soon after the operation begins; the hose that is secured to the body starts to migrate its way up to reach the surgeon’s neck. This will inevitably undermine the effectiveness of the body exhaust system, interfere with the sterility of the surgeon’s gown, and cause discomfort to the arthroplasty surgeon.