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Best CPAP MACHINE FOR CAMPING?
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HiI'm new to the forum.  I would like a compact machine for use in a camper van.  Does anyone have experience of this using electric hook up?  I would welcome your comments.  Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sue Butcher Dec 10, 2017.

 

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Sue Butcher replied to Sue Butcher's discussion Best CPAP MACHINE FOR CAMPING?
"Thanks.  That's really helpful.  I think I might just keep with electric hook up and use my regular machine."
Dec 10, 2017
Sleep2snore replied to Sue Butcher's discussion Best CPAP MACHINE FOR CAMPING?
"ResMed has small travel machines and so has Philips Resperonics, they are fine for a few nights, but they don't have proper humidification so they can be a bit dry when in use, they also are a bit noisier. A tip that was passed on if using on…"
Dec 8, 2017
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Nov 14, 2017
Sleep2snore replied to Sue Butcher's discussion Best CPAP MACHINE FOR CAMPING?
"If you are hooking up to the mains it is not a problem if you are in the camper van. I used to use CPAP in a caravan hooked up to the mains all the time. However, if you are in a tent, that is a whole new ballgame."
Nov 6, 2017
Sue Butcher replied to Sue Butcher's discussion Best CPAP MACHINE FOR CAMPING?
"  Thank you Graeme"
Nov 4, 2017
Graeme Joy replied to Sue Butcher's discussion Best CPAP MACHINE FOR CAMPING?
"Hi Sue and welcome to the party, we are not all mad here, but it helps! Have a look under PORTABLE MACHINES from Kevin Pigott,I posted there and would add an up date on battery packs on your post. Screen Grab. We do offer a battery pack that can be…"
Nov 1, 2017
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Oct 31, 2017
Sue Butcher posted a discussion

Best CPAP MACHINE FOR CAMPING?

HiI'm new to the forum.  I would like a compact machine for use in a camper van.  Does anyone have experience of this using electric hook up?  I would welcome your comments.  See More
Oct 31, 2017
Sue Butcher added a discussion to the group Buy-Sell-Swap
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RESMED S9 ESCAPE CPAP AND HUMIDIFIER

Resmed CPAP for salePower packHumidifier4 filtersSD cardTravel bagAll great conditionCollect or post to UK for £10Sensible offers                       See More
Oct 31, 2017
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CPAP
If Machine Being Used, What Make? (e.g., Respironics M Series with A-Flex Auto-Adjusting CPAP)
Phillips system one
If Mask Being Used, What Type? (e.g., ResMed Activa Nasal Mask)
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Kath Hope replied to Linda's discussion Do charities take new surplus CAPD masks?
"I know exactly what you mean Linda. It's good when people purchase them when unsure of their size, but wasteful otherwise.  You can send them to our Hope2Sleep Charity who run this forum and address is on the contact…"
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Linda posted a discussion

Do charities take new surplus CAPD masks?

when I request a replacement medium Phillips Respironics mask from my NHS provider I am given a pack that includes all size masks and new headgear.  I have queried this and have been advised this is how they are supplied.  It seems a terrible waste.…See More
yesterday
Edam replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"I have finally found the answer  I have increased the EPR to 3 This has kept my pressure below 14 for the last 3 days . Im very annoyed that the hospital and Resmed had not increased this  For some reason increasing the EPR has reduced the…"
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Edam replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"Its me not the machine. The S9 has been checked by Resmed and no fault was found but the circuit board was changed as a precaution. I have used another S9 but had the same problem. I have been told by the hospital that despite my AHI being under 1…"
Tuesday
Sleep2snore replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"Don't rule out a fault with the machine or restricted airflow. I would also not rule out that you might be one of the few that needs a different machine. In any case, it should not go to 20 and sit there, I would get it checked or replaced. If…"
Tuesday
Edam replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"Before I make a decision I am going to try something different. I have noticed that when it goes up to 20 most times it has done so when the pressure has dropped to minimum which is 12 at present. I will increase the minimum pressure to 14 so…"
Nov 12
Edam replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"I think its time to make a decision. Either buy another make of APAP or get referred to another hospital which supplies a different make"
Nov 12
Sleep2snore replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"That is hard to believe.  A pressure of 20 is quite high and very few require that amount of pressure. 1 ltr/min is nothing, the machine should cope with that without any problems at all. A lot of people get mixed up with pressure and…"
Nov 11
Edam replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"I thought I had this problem solved but it got stuck at 20 again last night. My 95% pressure was 19, AHI  0.1 and leak 1 l/min. Sleepyhead shows that it was stuck at 20 for approx 30 mins ."
Nov 11
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Nov 9
Sleep2snore replied to Ruth Furniss's discussion Cold air
"Don't know what machine ou have, but a heated hose can help a lot. You can get them as a stand alone but it is not ideal. If your machine has the facility for a heated hose it might be worth the investment. Heating the room will help."
Oct 30
Sleep2snore replied to Renee Rowlands's discussion Recommendation please for Oximeter purchase.
"There are plenty on the market, but one thing I would make sure it did was to store the data for printing or downloading. There are plenty that say they do this and don't, so be aware of buying off Amazon or Ebay."
Oct 28
Kath Hope replied to Ruth Furniss's discussion Cold air
"Like you say yourself Ruth, warming up the bedroom will help, but also if you don't have a heated humidifier then that would help - as will covering the tube with a Hose Cover."
Oct 28
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Oct 28
Ruth Furniss posted a discussion

Cold air

Hi I have sleep apnoea & Copd this is my first winter using cpap, found it very hard to sleep last night because of breathing in cold air was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on how to warm the air up besides sleeping in a warm room? I…See More
Oct 28
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Bill Thomson added a discussion to the group Buy-Sell-Swap
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ResMed DC-DC converter for S9

I have for sale a converter which allows the S9 machine, which requires a 24v supply, to run from a vehicle 12v or 24v DC socket, or direct from a 12v battery. The converter can power a humidifier and heated tube as well as the CPAP machine,…See More
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