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CPAP machines deliver a steady, continuous stream of pressurized air to patient’s airways to prevent them from collapsing and causing apnea events.
BiPAP machines have two pressure settings: the prescribed pressure for inhalation (ipap), and a lower pressure for exhalation (epap). The dual settings allow the patient to get more air in and out of their lungs.
BiPAPs can also be set to include a breath timing feature that measures the amount of breaths per minute a person should be taking.
The S9 AutoSet™ is ResMed’s premium auto-adjusting device, designed to help patients comfortably adjust to therapy. The S9 AutoSet preemptively treats apneic events and prevents more serious, subsequent events from occurring. It automatically adjusts breath by breath, even as needs change — hourly, nightly and from season to season — to deliver the lowest therapeutic pressure.
Traditional masks are typically triangular in shape and cover the nose. Most have additional forehead braces with pads that lay above the eyebrow area to add stability. This mask works best for patients who sleep with their mouths closed and are able to inhale and exhale well through their nostrils only.
Full face masks cover both the nose and the mouth. They are prescribed for patients who are mouth breathers.
Components include a hard plastic like frame which holds a softer inner cushion that lies against the face. Head gear consists of the straps and sometimes a forehead brace.
Nasal pillow CPAP masks seal around the base of the nostrils, also called nares, using a soft pillow. Nasal pillow systems are held in place by headgear. They do not seal over your mouth. This design is preferred by those who want a minimal amount of weight and material on their face.
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