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chunkyfrog
 
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Re: CPAP user with polio which enables arms to move. .help

Postby chunkyfrog on Fri May 19, 2017 9:35 am

The quick-connect devices are designed to be operated with one hand
(unless you are wearing a mitten--some even then) 8)

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Re: CPAP user with polio which enables arms to move. .help

Postby D.H. on Fri May 19, 2017 3:44 pm

Guest wrote:
D H. wrote: I generally leave the mask on and just disconnect the hose (and reconnect upon returning). I believe that both actions could be done with just one hand,
The question I have is - Have you tried it? With one hand?


I did try if after I posted that. I was able to do both. Of course, I can't be sure that the original poster would be able to do this, even given a setup identical to mine.

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