The DreamStation Auto CPAP Machine with Heated Humidifier from Philips Respironics is a simple, easy to use machine with great features and advanced setting capabilities. It includes OptiStart technology, SmartRamp, and Bluetooth connectivity.
The DreamStation Auto BiPAP machine from Philips Respironics is a well designed, easy to use machine with auto-adjusting pressure and bi-level capabilities. It includes a colorful display to track data, record settings, and ensure a highly effective therapy experience.
The DreamStation Auto BiPAP with Humidifier from Philips Respironics is a well designed, easy to use machine with auto-adjusting pressure and bi-level capabilities. It includes a colorful display to track data, record settings, and ensure a highly effective therapy experience.
The New DreamStation BiPAP Auto SV is designed to deliver optimal ventilation with minimal intervention. Specifically designed to be the best choice for managing complicated sleep-disordered breathing patients
A common ailment that often goes undiagnosed, sleep apnea occurs when breathing is restricted, or momentarily stops, during sleep. The resulting drop in oxygen levels cause the brain to wake the sleeping person, with these frequent disruptions affecting sleep quality and overall health. Sleep apnea machines help remedy these harmful sleep disruptions by maintaining an open breathing airway through the application of pressurized air. Disrupted sleep negatively impacts quality of life with the most common symptoms including loud snoring and daytime fatigue, as well as and behavioral issues like moodiness and irritability. Sleep apnea has also been linked to an increased risk of diabetes and heart disease. And sleep apnea doesn’t just affect the patient, as loved ones – most often the caring spouses who share a bed – experience the negative symptoms second hand. Fortunately, there are effective solutions to sleep apnea, with a wide range of sleep apnea machines catering to the various treatment requirements and preferences of patients. And while all of these sleep apnea devices operate on the same fundamental principle of pressurized air opening the sleeper’s airway, specialized machine types are designed to meet specific needs. Please consult with your doctor to make certain you are selecting the most effective sleep apnea machine for your condition.