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Hi, fussbudget ... about the heated humifier. Mine is unheated, and when I turn the unit on, the air feels cool coming out. But when I put the mask on, it's perfectly comfortable. Don't know how that happens, but it does. Just one person's experience.

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thank you for all the feedback. now a new question. what is the best bi-pap out there for bulbar als patients? on durable care provider has respironics. our dr. will write the scrip for any we want. there are several on their website, i was curious what is the best? i want my husband to be as comfortable as possible and get a boost of energy.

i'm putting a link to the bipap portion of there website. i would love feedback on different machines.

http://bipap.respironics.com/

thanks!
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