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MyCPAP | CPAP Solutions
MyCPAP is a business owned and operated by sleep experts with the experience to deal with all issues. MyCPAP is dedicated to providing outstanding service which achieves good patient outcomes without standards. We believe that education and follow up is paramount to achieving good patient outcomes with use of your CPAP machine. This is why we are only working with accredited ...
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Synergy Sleep | Sleep Disorders
Synergy Sleep opened in 2014 with Sleep Health Foundation accreditation and services the Logan, Brisbane and northern Gold Coast regions. With many years experience helping patients with their sleep disorders, you can trust us to have the knowledge to support you with your diagnosis and treatment. Synergy Sleep specialise in offering outstanding service and integrity to all our ...

CPAP Machines Buying Guide

Find and buy CPAP Machines from verified suppliers on MedicalSearch. CPAP is (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) is a form of positive airway pressure ventilator.

Factors to consider when buying CPAP machines:

  • Types – Choose the one best suited for the intended use.
    • Standard – Fixed pressured throughout the entire cycle, based on patient’s need.
    • Automatic – With sensor for detecting apnea event and automatic pressure adjustment.
    • BiPAP/VPAP machines – Features different pressure setting for the inhale and exhale cycle.
  • Noise – ideal machines have 30 decibels or lower noise levels. Suitable for light sleepers.
  • Portability – Suitable for patients who cannot sleep without a CPAP machine and travels often. Consider machine size and weight and available luggage space.
  • Data recording features – Modern machines can record sleep cycles, snoring episodes, apnea events, pressure changes and leak rates.
  • Humidifier and heating – These settings adjust the temperature and humidity of the air and prevent patients from feeling “dried out” because of the airflow.
  • Leak compensation – The machine increases airflow if a mask leak is detected.
  • Ramp – A comfort feature that gradually increases air pressure to help patients sleep faster.
  • Mask selection – There are three types: nasal pillow, nasal mask and full-face mask. Mask features include mask-off alerts and leak-resistance.

 

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