CPAP machines (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) is the most commonly preferred treatment for patients with OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnea) These machines blow a single pressure airstream to keep the user’s airway from collapsing. Some CPAP devices also provide advanced data that helps in tracking the progress of the ongoing therapy. This data can be used to make necessary changes in the setup like the mask or increase or decrease in pressure of the device to check if the therapy has improved the patient’s condition or not.
CPAP machines easy to use and are made up of three basic parts:
Most commonly experienced results are:
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CPAP machines are used to enhance the quality of sleep for a person who suffers from sleep apnea. The CPAP machine directs air pressure into the throat of the user preventing the airway from collapsing while he or she sleeps. This helps the person breathe easier.
For most users it might take 2-3 weeks to get adjusted to a CPAP machine. Some people may take longer. It is recommended to have patience and, if necessary, seek expert help to sort out any issues which can help you get adjusted faster.
Yes, mostly all CPAPs use at least a single filter generally made of foam, paper or synthetic material. There are two types of filters – disposable and non-disposable. Most filters are disposable. Certain CPAPs offer ultra-fine filtration with disposable filter. The filters are located at the back of the CPAP machine and require regular cleaning and changing for maintenance.
CPAP device filter replacement is very important because it will affect not only the functioning of the CPAP device but also the respiratory health of the user. One needs to replace the air filter of the CPAP machine on a periodic basis. The non-disposable ones are recommended to be replaced within every six months. But if one is living in a dusty environment, the filter should be replaced more often, sometimes even within two weeks. The non-disposable foam filter is advised to be cleaned at least once a month.