Shop our inventory of trusted brands like ResMed, Breas, Philips Respironics, and more for the latest advancements in treating complex or central sleep apnea. Unlike first-generation BiPAP machines, our machines are significantly smaller in size and extremely quiet.
Patients who have been diagnosed with complex or central sleep apnea (CSA) or Cheyne Stokes respiration can effectively receive treatment with our inventory of BiPAP & VPAP machines. Bilevel positive airway pressure (BiPAP) and variable positive airway pressure machines (VPAP) have two pressure settings: the prescribed pressure for inhalation (IPAP), and a lower pressure for exhalation (EPAP). The dual settings adjust to your breathing needs and help make transitions between inhalations and exhalations smoother. BiPAP machines are typically prescribed to those who require a higher pressure setting or suffer from low oxygen levels. They are also beneficial for those with cardiopulmonary disorders, as well as those with certain neuromuscular disorders.
Our inventory of ST, SV, and Adapt machines with back-up rate will generate breathing rhythms based on your needs. Inhaling and exhaling is monitored, so when you don't breathe for a programmed period of time, the BiPAP is set to deliver a breath. By constantly measuring and adjusting your breathing patterns, the machine provides carefully customized therapy to keep you comfortable and safely supported throughout the night.
BiPAP/VPAP machines with advanced software allow you to upload your sleep information so it can be monitored by your doctor to ensure the effectiveness of your treatment. Many of our BiPAP machines come with a humidifier to help prevent dry mouth and nasal passages. Simply choose your ideal humidity and air temperature, and the heated tube maintains your preferred settings even during room temperature fluctuations.