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A continuous positive airway pressure machine, or CPAP is used to treat patient's with mild to severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Sleep Apnea causes interruptions or pauses in your breathing, often because your throat or airway has briefly collapsed or something has blocked them. The CPAP machine generates a stream of pressurized air that pushes through your nose and/or mouth as you sleep to open your airways to make you breath normally. 

There are 3 types of machines for therapy: CPAP, APAP and Bilevel. They all create airflow this is pushed through a tube to the mask and into your lungs. Your doctor will run sleep testing on you to determine which machine better suits your needs. 


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Therapy for Sleep Apnea: Products


Machines for Sleep Apnea


 Resmed Airsense 10 AUTO CPAP

A standard CPAP machine is a fixed pressure machine that delivers one airflow that is decided by your physician. CPAP devices push the fixed pressure through your lungs on inspiration, then release for your breath out.

Item # 37208

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Resmed APAP or Auto CPAP

An APAP is an auto-adjusting machine that changes your pressure level throughput the night based on your sleep position and what stage of sleep you are in. APAP machines distribute pressure upon breathing in and release during expiratory.

Item # 39001

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AirCurve 10 VAuto - BiPAP

The Bi-level or BIPAP machine is similar to  CPAP and used for sleep apnea but a BIPAP delivers an inspiratory pressure and a lower expiratory pressure. 

Item # 37212

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AirMini Portable CPAP

Worlds Smallest CPAP

Item # 38113

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Resmed Airsense 10 CPAP

Item # 37203

** Not Currently Available **


Resmed AirCurve 10 ASV

Item # 37216

Therapy for Sleep Apnea: Price List
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