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[CPAP] Guidelines on placement of CPAC machine on night stand
#11
RE: Guidelines on placement of CPAC machine on night stand
Can’t you just takeoff the mask and lay it down without turning off the machine? Getting up 3 to 5 times a night sounds like my pattern but that’s another problem I’m working on.
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#12
RE: Guidelines on placement of CPAC machine on night stand
If you put it in that position make sure that the hose is long enough for all your sleeping positions.
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#13
RE: Guidelines on placement of CPAC machine on night stand
If you want to track use data accurately, it's best to shut machine off when the mask comes off. If there's some comfort or setting reason that you don't like starting the session over, there's probably a need to get OSCAR for data and see if the settings can be optimized for you.
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RE: Guidelines on placement of CPAC machine on night stand
If I simply disconnect the hose or remove my mask w/o 1st turning the machine off, it will continue to blow air for a few seconds. The air flow is quite loud and wakes my wife. 

If I turn the machine off first, it pretty much stops the air flow immediately and w/o delay. Once back in bed, I reconnect the air hose to the mask and then take a breath or two. It starts right back up.  like
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RE: Guidelines on placement of CPAC machine on night stand
(03-12-2020, 12:03 PM)alxyz Wrote: Great idea.  How long have you had this setup.  Do you have a heated tube and what about rain out?

Do you keep the tube on that hood at night or just to get it out of the way in the day?

I have used this arrangement for at least 8-years and with 3 different machines, all wtih heated tubes.  It works great, prevents any possibility of tip-over and is super quiet.  Air exchange is no problem because the volumes are actually pretty low and the cabinet is not air-tight. The tube is hung on a lanyard hooked to the headboard. This keeps it suspended enough to move with me at night and avoids rainout. During the day, I can unhook it and everything disappears. The 2-inch hole in the back of the cabinet allows for everything to be concealed during the day (drawer is shut).  This is the back of the cabinet

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