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I wouldn't recommend that method. The FFM would leak too much, make too much noise, etc. Then the marks from the hoses being pressed into the face would look adorable in the morning.
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DIL just had surgery and the hospital had her take her own machine and they had the connector/connections for O2 for the one day she needed to use it .. in fact think she kept it also will have to ask her .
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