CPAP and BiPAP System Articles


Choosing CPAP or BiPAP: Here Are the Facts!!

Posted on Aug 19, 2019 by Kevin Cleary

When sleep apnea rears its ugly head there can be some serious health concerns that can negatively affect your quality of life. Interruption of your nightly sleep can have long-lasting effects throughout the day. In order to combat sleep apnea, the use of a CPAP/BiPAP machine may be our greatest ally, HPFY helps you to fight sleep apnea.

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SoClean: CPAP Cleaning Made Easier

Posted on Apr 11, 2019 by Kevin Cleary

Since breathing is important to us, making sure our airwaves are clear, open, and free from obstructions is paramount. For anyone diagnosed with sleep apnea, your CPAP machine is a crucial piece of equipment to ensure a healthy night’s sleep. Yes, your CPAP machine will keep your airway open during the night.

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The Old Way - Fixed Pressure CPAP

Posted on Apr 04, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines were initially used mainly by patients for the treatment of sleep apnea at home, but now are in widespread use across intensive care units as a form of ventilation.

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Keep It Clean: CPAP Maintenance

Posted on Jun 13, 2015 by Kevin Cleary

For the millions of Americans that are affected by sleep apnea or even COPD, their CPAP or Bi-level Positive Airway Pressure systems are important to them. By using CPAP therapy, the risk of serious health problems can be avoided.

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CPAP or BiPAP: Which Is Right for You?

Posted on Jun 11, 2015 by Kevin Cleary

Yes, breathing is important to us. It does not take a rocket scientist to figure out what might happen if we are not able to breathe properly.

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What Is A CPAP Machine And How Does It Work?

Posted on Mar 31, 2015 by Kevin Cleary

Ostructive sleep apnea can lead to major health problems that include high blood pressure, heart problems, and an overall negative effect on our well-being. Those suffering from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) have an ongoing battle between breathing and sleeping every night.

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