More than 50% of our patients now use the comfort mode of the system. For patients who already know it from homecare, it usually works well. Patients who suffer a lot from crusting (bloody noses, feeling cold, etc.) find it more comfortable in comfort mode. Sometimes the patient is still too anxious just after admission, with a too low saturation or a feeling of dyspnea, then we start in continuous mode. Only when the patient is calm after a while we retry the comfort mode, what often works. Sometimes you have to try to convince them a bit, then it will be easier. With mouth breathing or a stuffy nose, we just use the continuous mode.