We carry all types of CPAP machines, including BiPAP and Auto CPAP machines and their respective replacement parts. To view our selection of the type you need, see our category listings below, or, if you'd like to learn more about these machines and their respective benefits, continue with the information presented here, including a more in-depth analysis at the bottom of the page.
The type of CPAP machine you need will be determined by your doctor and will be included in a prescription for a CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure), Auto, or BiPAP machine, depending on the severity of the hypopneas occurring during the night. For patients that stay with CPAP therapy and are able to move beyond the initial adjustment period, the success rate tends to be very high. CPAP machines function by sending pressurized air to the patient through the tubing and mask. Each patient’s pressure is unique, and is set by a specialized sleep doctor based on the results of the sleep test. Pressures range from 1 to 20, from least severe to most severe. Patient’s don’t have to worry about having a giant machine on the side of their bed, as technology advances and innovations in the CPAP industry have driven the size of a machine down to the size of a shoebox, or sometimes smaller. We've also worked to keep prices low, as technology has increased, giving our customers a high quality, inexpensive machine to fit their needs.
The job of CPAP machines is to provide therapy to treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Pressure is sent into your airways during sleep in a steady rhythm, this keeps airways open during sleep so that you are not woken in the night because you are not able to breathe. There is a wide variety of CPAP machines to choose one, so that you are completely comfortable with your machine.
Auto Adjusting (APAP) Machines automatically configure what pressure level of air should be given to a patient based on their breathing rates. This feature creates excellent amounts of comfort. This type of machine works best with patients whose air pressure changes throughout the night, the variation in airflow provides greater comfort.