Hypercapnia Hit and then planning for BO with a delayed Deco Switch?

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grantctobin

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What is the best treatment to resolve hypercapnia?

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If you are struggling with moderate or severe hypercapnia, your doctor may recommend a device to help you breathe. Often, the first type of device they will try is a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) or bi-level positive airway pressure (BiPAP) device.
 

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@grantctobin I carry a surface supplied air hose with me all the time- solves all the problems
 
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