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From Sleep Study to PAP device, Step Two

From Sleep Study to PAP device, Step Two

 

 

So, your doctor recommended a Sleep Study for you and you had one done.

And now your Sleep Doctor gave you a prescription to obtain a medical device called PAP.

What you will learn in today’s post:

  • Three common types of PAP units and what each prescription looks like.
  • The common PAP machines, what they are called and what they do
  • What guides to use to choose your PAP device.
  • How to quickly order a complete PAP system.

Step Two

There are three common types of PAP devices:

  • Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (uses a single speed of blowing air into you to keep your airway open during sleep)
  • APAP, Automatic Positive Airway Pressure (adjusts the blowing air speed for you as you sleep to keep your airway open.)
  • BiPAP, Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure (Delivers a programmed inhalation air speed and a separate exhalation air speed. Programmable to breathe for you)

NOTE: The numbers below may not reflect the settings you require. The numbers below are examples only.

 

What A CPAP Prescription Might Say:

                   CPAP 10cmH20

 

 

What An APAP Prescription Might Say:

                     Auto 5 – 16cmH20

 

 

What A BiPAP Prescription Might Say:

                     IPAP 6cmH20

                    EPAP 17cmH20

 

 

Here’s what to do:

  1. Take the prescription to shop for your PAP device to a vendor near you. If you are in the Greater Toronto Area, please consider us:

www.CPAPclinic.ca

6200 Dixie Rd, unit 102, Mississauga                   644 Millway Ave, unit 4, Vaughan

 

OR

 

  1. Call 1.877.430.2727 to order your device online at your convenience. We can also assist you with Trying a CPAP and a PAP mask before you buy to make sure it all works and is comfortable.

 

In a hurry? 

In the next two posts, look for a comparison chart for PAP machines and another for PAP masks.

 

 

 

 

Questions?

Call 1.877.430.2727 for help.

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1 thought on “From Sleep Study to PAP device, Step Two”

  1. I’m awaiting a test.Thank YOU for posting this guide and explaining the common types of this devices. Love everythig you shared. I’ll definitely keep posted!!!

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