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Hose Cover
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Question 
I have a ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet CPAP machine and was wondering if there would be any issues if I put a hose cover over the hose. I find that the noise the hose makes rubbing against my bed frame in the middle of the night disruptive but I do not want condensation forming in the hose.

Thoughts?
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#2
I do it for the comfort. its not necessary if you have a heated hose - but if you are like me and don't like bumping into the hose at night it works well.

It should help with condensation - in theory, it increases the temperature and insulates the hose against a colder outside temp.
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#3
Have you though about getting the heated hose? That would surly prevent condensation, although I don't think condensation would occur anyway. A cover would insulate the hose to some extent. Joe
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(02-02-2017, 05:51 PM)sunrise06 Wrote: I have a ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet CPAP machine and was wondering if there would be any issues if I put a hose cover over the hose. I find that the noise the hose makes rubbing against my bed frame in the middle of the night disruptive but I do not want condensation forming in the hose.

Thoughts?

Welcome to the forum, sunrise06.

Putting a cover on your hose will not cause any problems. In fact it will have the added benefit of reducing the chances of condensation forming in your hose.
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The OP reads like the noise is the problem. If the noise bugs you -- sure, why not use a hose cover to fix it.

In case you have one of those cheap "regular" hoses that DMEs like to sell, the ridges on the tube will be like a cheese grater; and the bed sideboard will eventually cause the hose to leak.

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#6
It will be an apocalyptic disaster!

Actually I ave used covers on heated hoses since 2008. Much more comfortable.
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#7
I simply made one myself from a soft fleece material, also mainly for the noise, but it's also much nicer to the touch.
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(02-02-2017, 06:13 PM)justMongo Wrote: In case you have one of those cheap "regular" hoses that DMEs like to sell, the ridges on the tube will be like a cheese grater; and the bed sideboard will eventually cause the hose to leak.

Interesting. I'm using the hose that came with the Dreamstation, it definitely has ridges, but I didn't realize there was something more luxurious out there. (Softer would also be better). What should I be looking for when it's time to replace this one? (I have no DME).
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#9
Hi sunrise06,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
I have used hose covers for a long time and haven't had any trouble. I'm using one on a heated hose and it works well and is softer to the touch and doesn't rub on anything, no noise at all.
Good luck to you with your CPAP therapy.
trish6hundred
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