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A good seal isn't needed with a Respironics delivery device? Huh??
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A good seal isn't needed with a Respironics delivery device? Huh??
Sounds like a bit of a copout, but there's some truth in it.

If you have a small enough leak, and it doesn't bother you, it won't affect your therapy.

It will use more water, and may dry you out more.

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08-11-2013 06:05 PM
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