Understanding the 4 Types of Machines
A CPAP is a fixed-pressure machine, which means it delivers one consistent airflow pressure that is set by your doctor.
Two Air Pressures
A bilevel is ideal for people who have trouble adjusting to airflow pressure. It includes two pressure level settings: a higher pressure when you inhale, and a lower pressure when you exhale to improve breathing comfort
Travel CPAP’s, like ResMed AirMini, offer many of the same benefits as a traditional machine with the convenience of being much smaller. AirMini is the world’s smallest CPAP, weighing less than a pound and fitting in the palm of your hand.
Machines We Offer
ResMed AirSense 10
ResMed AirCurve 10
ResMed AirMini Travel
Masks We Offer
ResMed Airfit N20
ResMed AirFit N30i
ResMed Airfit P10
ResMed Airfit P30i
ResMed AirFit F20
ResMed Airfit F30
ResMed Airfit F30i
One-on One Sleep Coaches
- Patients will have a designated Sleep Coach that will motivate, educate, and troubleshoot issues for them throughout their CPAP continuum of care program.
- Establishing a personalized and trusting relationship between a patient and their coach to ensure maximum resupply orders and patient retention
- A patient’s Sleep Coach will monitor their patient’s device for consistent utilization, mask fitting and AHI throughout the patients’ continuum of care and resupply program maximizing the life-cycle of the patient
CPAP Re-Supply Dropship Program right to your door
Helpful tools for people starting CPAP therapy
Sleep Apnea Basics