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Philips Respironics recommends that new patients purchase their devices, masks and initial accessories from a homecare company that can provide an individualized patient equipment set-up, clinical and after-sales support, and a program to assist patients with therapy success.
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by Anonymous on October 12, 2009
Newer ones with the flap in it seems to cause a lot more condensation in mask. Causes you to fell like your drowning with water going in nose. Also causes the tube that conects to mask to make loud whistling sound. Switched back to old humidifier no more problems.
by Anonymous on May 15, 2010
Positive experience. No problems.
I was cautious in light of the review reporting "condensation". However, I did not experience this problem at all and I'm thinking it may be that person's mask. No "whistling sound" either.
This is a direct replacement for the Respironics Remstar (Plus) integrated passive humidifier. It has a slight modification from the original (circa July, 2006) in that the air inlet from machine to water chamber has been re-engineered with a backflow valve. All parts included.
by Anonymous on November 12, 2011
Lots of condensation when heat is turn on. I haven't used the heater since I got the new chamber. I don't like it.
by Anonymous on October 3, 2010
I also experienced condensation and air leaking around the connection from the new type of fittings and feel the old type is better and i also reverted to my old style humidifier.Here's hoping the parts are always available
by Anonymous on February 14, 2015
I've been on this machine for seveal years. When properly adjusted, it is comfortable aand very beneficial. I had condensation in the hose on cold days, until I installed a cloth jacket over the hose. Condensation went away.
The tank bottom is a weak spot. Made from aluminum, and silicone painted, it is prone to pinhole pitting corrosion, which eventually perforates the tank bottom. I've replaced the tank nine times in twelve years. That failure rate is unacceptable. The tank bottom should be made of 300 series stainless steel. The problem would vanish.
Fisher-Paykel had the same problem with the HC385S chamber. Replacement units with removable (thus cleanable) stainless steel bottoms stopped the problem dead in its tracks.
Listen up, Respironics, it's time for you folks to get on board.