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Insurance
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Hi, Does anyone know if I need to add the breathing machine, airsense 10, to my household insurance? I don't own it but am I liable if it gets stolen or damaged,ChrisContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sleep2snore Jul 6.

What pressures?
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Hi,I was given my resmed airsense 10 by the hospital and instructed in its use. At no time were pressures mentioned and i have read of people altering the pressures. As mine is an acap does this mean…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sleep2snore Jun 6.

Medistron batteries
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Hi,I bought a pilot and co pilot set up a few months ago and have recently been trying them out. I have found by trial and error the following,First switch off all humidifiers etc.Switch to airplane…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sleep2snore May 29.

Cure for wind
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Hi,Using my airsense 10 has given amazing results with only one problem, flatulence, has anyone found any way this can be cured or reduced?ChrisContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sleep2snore Mar 3.

 

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Sleep2snore replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Insurance
"To be honest, I never thought about what would happen if it was stolen or damaged while away!"
Jul 6
Sleep2snore replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Insurance
"The best thing is to ask your clinic, they all appear to work their own way, also if you are going abroad it is worth checking if it is still covered.  If not you might feel better if it were covered by insurance.  Ask if your home…"
Jul 6
Chris Vesey replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Insurance
"Thanks"
Jun 22
Kath Hope replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Insurance
"We have had confirmation several times about this in our Facebook Group from sleep technicians and nurses, who state that the machines are covered by the NHS' insurance."
Jun 22
Chris Vesey posted a discussion

Insurance

Hi, Does anyone know if I need to add the breathing machine, airsense 10, to my household insurance? I don't own it but am I liable if it gets stolen or damaged,ChrisSee More
Jun 22
Sleep2snore replied to Chris Vesey's discussion What pressures?
"I hope they set the low pressure up and that it is not left 4 to 20. I find a lot of people is given machines set up like this and that is not really good. It is not recommended that you shift the pressures on an NHS machine, the clinic will not be…"
Jun 6
Kath Hope replied to Chris Vesey's discussion What pressures?
"Hi Chris I think you mean 'APAP' rather than 'acap' and if so, it will have automatic pressures.  It's not really recommended to alter your own pressures, and people only usually do that in desperation if they…"
Jun 6
Chris Vesey posted a discussion

What pressures?

Hi,I was given my resmed airsense 10 by the hospital and instructed in its use. At no time were pressures mentioned and i have read of people altering the pressures. As mine is an acap does this mean that the pressure is set automatically by the machine. I tend to be a mouth breather and find the mask pressing on my nose tends to close it so its mouth or nowt.,ChrisSee More
Jun 4
Sleep2snore replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Medistron batteries
"Only problem with stepping up the voltage is that the battery will drain a bit quicker."
May 29
Sleep2snore replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Medistron batteries
"You can get a voltage converter to change it from 12Vdc to 24Vdc, expensive for what it is though."
May 28
Edam replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Medistron batteries
"I bought a power cord and battery pack to use on the Philips Remstar so I could go night fishing. Then the hospital changed me over to a Resmed S9 which is 24v No more night fishing"
May 27
billysleep replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Medistron batteries
"Hi Sleep2snore, Chris, Kath, Great to hear you are pushing the boundaries of off-the-grid CPAP use.  I have used my Resmed Airsense 10 with 12V DC power. I purchased the Resmed Airsense 10 DC converter. It is quite pricey at £70 and is…"
May 27
Sleep2snore replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Medistron batteries
"It is always good to have a dealer that you can trust and will sort out problems when they arise. It is always nice to have someone that has the time to sort things out with a customer and take time to do it rather than some salesman that don't…"
May 22
Kath Hope replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Medistron batteries
"Thanks Chris and we certainly are doing our homework Sleep2Snore.  Our charity work hard to get the right products at the right price for our fellow sufferers, and we have lots of loyal customers who purchase from us both to support the charity…"
May 17
Sleep2snore replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Medistron batteries
"They are very costly things to have sitting around to go wrong or if you forget to charge them by their date. You could try to see if they will do it on a sale or return basis, them you could keep one or two.  However, I think most are ordering…"
May 15
Chris Vesey replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Medistron batteries
"Hi, I see from medistrom website they are looking for dealers, is it worth considering Kath"
May 15

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I have Sleep Apnoea
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Auto-Adjusting CPAP
If Machine Being Used, What Make? (e.g., Respironics M Series with A-Flex Auto-Adjusting CPAP)
Resmed airsense auto a10
If Mask Being Used, What Type? (e.g., ResMed Activa Nasal Mask)
Resmed s20 full

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New by wondering what to do next

Hi,my name is Ann and I stumbled across this site when looking to see where I could sell my CPAP machine but after reading some discussions, I now think that I may be better keeping it. I bought the  Sleep Cube as it was fully automatic and as I…See More
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Cathy posted a discussion

New full face mask

Hi, I’ve been using the ResMed mirage Quattro since I was as diagnosed5 years ago. I’ve always hated it and found it so uncomfortable. Last week I bought myself a ResMed  airfit F20 with quiet air and it’s the best thing ever. Nothing covering my…See More
Jul 11
Kyla Davies joined The SleepGuide Crew's group
Jul 11
John Wilkinson replied to The SleepGuide Crew's discussion Welcome to our Forum - Feel Free to Introduce Yourself Here.
"Hi Sharon, I have been using a Cpap machine for 7 months. I too struggled with a full face mask (Simplus as issued by sleep clinic) but I changed from a large to medium size mask and it is a lot more comfortable and, because it fits better, I…"
Jul 9
Edam replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"Using the Quatro Air is certainly working. My 95% pressures are still below 15 and also Im getting a much better sleep. I think the reason its working is that the inlet is lower on the Quatro Air and is also directed downwards. This direction of…"
Jul 9
Eric Swindon added a discussion to the group Buy-Sell-Swap
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Unused Masks for sale

 I am offering these never used masks (all in original packaging with User Manuals) for half the current retail price (check them at www.eu-pap.co.uk) , that is £50 or £60 including shipping within the U.K. …See More
Jul 8
Eric Swindon joined The SleepGuide Crew's group
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Jul 8
Trina replied to The SleepGuide Crew's discussion Welcome to our Forum - Feel Free to Introduce Yourself Here.
"Thanks for accepting me! I am new to the sleep apnea world, but suspect I have had it for many, many years. It was just diagnosed as many of things. "
Jul 7
Sleep2snore replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Insurance
"To be honest, I never thought about what would happen if it was stolen or damaged while away!"
Jul 6
Sleep2snore replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Insurance
"The best thing is to ask your clinic, they all appear to work their own way, also if you are going abroad it is worth checking if it is still covered.  If not you might feel better if it were covered by insurance.  Ask if your home…"
Jul 6
Sleep2snore replied to Neil Jay's discussion Remstar M series repair?
"I went off on a tangent when my brain stopped working. Philips R|esperonics Customer Support Centre (Repairs and Maintenance) 0870 532 9741"
Jul 6
sharon replied to sharon's discussion struggling with CPAP
"thank you, i will try the suggestions, I reaaly appreciate the help Sharron"
Jul 6
Kath Hope replied to Neil Jay's discussion Remstar M series repair?
"I don't think Resmed would repair a Respironics machine Sleep2Snore although I could be wrong."
Jul 5
Sleep2snore replied to sharon's discussion struggling with CPAP
"You might need to try a good few masks before you fine one that works for and with you. Once you find one they will stop making it next week if your luck is like mine! Contact your clinic and check it is not to big or get another mask. Also make…"
Jul 5
Sleep2snore replied to Neil Jay's discussion Remstar M series repair?
"I think it is a Humidifier not a Dehumidifier but that is an easy mistake to make. The humidifier is controlled from inside the machine and as far as I know, the only repairer is ResMed UK. Someone tell me otherwise! The other option and maybe…"
Jul 5
Kath Hope replied to Neil Jay's discussion Remstar M series repair?
"I've not heard of any repairers here in the UK.  If it's the System One Remstar and it's under 2 years old it has a 2-year manufacturer's warranty.  If you got it from your hospital they will change it for you."
Jul 5
Neil Jay posted a discussion

Remstar M series repair?

I have a RemStarAuto M Series CPAP machine with a dehumidifier. The dehumidifier has stopped working. I have dome some testing and the humidifier works when hooked up to another Remstar so the fault is somewhere in the main device. I have tested the…See More
Jul 5
sharon replied to sharon's discussion struggling with CPAP
"thank you, I will look at the liners"
Jul 5

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