Manual CPAP Machines


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Breas Z2 Travel Manual CPAP Machine
Breas Z2 Travel Manual CPAP Machine
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Why Do You Need a Manual CPAP Machine?

Our inventory of Manual CPAP machines is filled with the top manufacturers’ effective, low-cost, user-friendly devices to treat your sleep apnea. Manual machines are for prescriptions with a fixed pressure. Doctors prescribe the 95th percentile pressure – the pressure you used 95% of the time during your sleep study. This pressure will keep your airway stabilized through any apnea events. Manual machines have the least technology but all the great comfort features to make CPAP therapy comfortable. Each manufacturer has innovative features designed to keep you compliant in your therapy. Each machine can be set to make exhalation easier and initial pressures more tolerable. All machines have a humidifier to prevent the discomfort of dryness in the mouth, nose, and throat. Today’s Manual CPAPs are able to track data via a free app. Some even provide daily reports right on the CPAP itself. Most of the Manual machines can work with our Remote Data Service if you desire a detailed compliance report including an evaluation.

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Shop Respshop.com for leading brands like Philips Respironics, ResMed and Fisher & Paykel. Our manual CPAP machines are a great option to have as a backup machine or to take with you when you travel. Each machine has a travel bag to pack the unit into for safe passage. CPAPs are medical equipment allowing them to be taken on the plane on top of the carry-on restrictions.

There are Manual Travel CPAPs available as well. These small machines are meant for vacations, work trips, and weekends away or even a back up so you are never stuck without therapy. They can easily be stored in your carry-on bag without taking up too much space. These travel units have many of the comfort features provided by stationary machines. Humidification is a big difference. These units are small because there are no water reservoirs. The manufacturers have designed other ways of providing some humidification with external heat moisture exchange technology.

While the Manual machines, both stationary and travel, come with wall plug-in cords, many have a battery option as well. Do you live where weather conditions cause power shortages a lot? Do you camp, hunt, or hike? Battery power will allow you to sleep anywhere, even under the stars, and still use CPAP therapy. Shop all CPAP batteries here.

Manual CPAP machines have less technology than Auto, Bi-pap, or VPAP machines but they will still treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea.

- by Patty McGuire CPSGT