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Home ventilators

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Gooselady has 23 years experience as a BSN, RN.

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That seems like a good way to test the batteries!

It is amazing we all are told different things.

Here is another one that everyone gets confused about: the filters on the Ltv series.

I am talking about the black octagon shaped one and the white(or yellow) rectangle shaped one.

One Dme rep said you wash them everyday and put them back after they dry.

Another said you change them every 3 months,and that they are not supposed to be washed at all.

I Know a few nurses that did not know those filters even existed.

I was told to wash them out by a DME rep. A day later, another DME rep said to never ever ever get those filters wet.

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mb1949 has 2 years experience and specializes in med surg home care PEDS.

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I agree love the trilogy

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