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thanks for the replies, sounds very like hazel52 scenario as it seems it will be very in depth, they said he'd have sats, co2, nasal tubes for exhale, sticky pads for various things, chest and tummy straps to measure breathing, overnight video, and a few more things, not surehow I'll cope I've a feeling he'll be fine as everyone said they do surprise us. Good thing is I'm sure he will eventually sleep as he does get very tired so fingers crossed.


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