Once diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), the most common and widely accepted treatment is a CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure devices) which is essentially a motor that blows pressurised air down the nose and throat via a mask to act as a splint and keep the airways open.

Performance

  • Quality – Less than 1% failure rate and backed by the best-in-industry, 3-year warranty
  • Compliance – Free remote tracking of compliance data through SmartCode technology
  • Comfort – Optimal heated humidification system
  • Design – Stacked design creates an exceptionally small footprint and whisper-quiet operation (26 dBA)*

Design

  • Easy and intuitive setup
  • Auto on/off** automatically starts flow of air with patient breath
  • Eight-foot power cord provides greater positioning flexibility – no bulky power brick
  • Reminders alert patient to replace or check parts
  • Includes attractive travel bag
  • Large, slip-resistant pads on bottom of unit to minimize movement on nightstand