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PremiumDate: 2/16/2018 12:00:00 AM
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Service Level: 19 - Basic Profile
RAPP Australia - NEANN | Pre-Hospital Emergency Equipment
RAPP Australia Pty Ltd is the pre-eminent supplier of pre-hospital emergency kits and rescue equipment for First Responder, Ambulance and Fire Services for over 30 years. RAPP Australia Pty Ltd are also designers and manufacturers of the NEANN brand of products. The NEANN brand of products comprises of hospital and pre-hospital emergency equipment, currently supplying most ...
Customers: Queensland Health, Ambulance Services

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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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