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We can help find the right device for you.

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Updated info regarding Recall April, 2023 – We are happy to report that we have about  85% of the recall complete. We are still continuing to receive replacement units for the Philips recall. If you have not already done so, please register your device with Philips at www.philips.com/src-update and contact us to be sure you are registered with us as well at 576-9355.

Do you or someone you know suffer from an obstructive sleep disorder? Have you or someone you love been formally diagnosed with a condition called sleep apnea? If so, you likely understand the impact that such a condition can have on the quality of life.

Fortunately, there are several treatment options available to deploy immediately, one being the use of a Positive Airway Pressure device or PAP device for short.

Simply put, PAP therapy utilizes standard air pressure compression techniques in order to ensure that airways remain open during the duration of a night’s rest, preventing interruptions in breathing that would otherwise lead to a host of health complications.

Within the PAP devices category, there are two primary types of devices worth mentioning:

CPAP/APAP Devices

BiLevel Devices

At its most basic, these devices pap work by providing a steady and sufficient stream of air pressure via a mask which ultimately helps users to combat and prevent the collapse of the airway.

The result? A restful and uninterrupted sleep!

Whether you’re looking for a compact travel device or a feature-rich unit with advanced tracking capabilities, we here at Breathe Well have you covered. Our dedicated team of certified professionals is here to ensure that you receive the perfect equipment tailored to your individual needs.

CPAP Devices We Carry

Otherwise known as a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure device, CPAP devices are widely known in the community to be the gold standard of obstructive sleep apnea treatment. While not appropriate for all severities of sleep apnea, CPAP devices are a great implement for those suffering from moderate to severe sleep apnea.

Delivering a constant stream of air pressure to the user, a CPAP device keeps the airway open, thus preventing any interruptions in breathing that can lead to snoring, fatigue, and other related health impairments.

We understand that choosing the most appropriate CPAP machine for your unique needs is crucial to improving overall sleep health. That’s why we are proud to offer a range of CPAP devices, each accompanied by its own unique features and benefits. Our selection includes:

Prisma Smart Max

A modern and reliable CPAP device that provides an all-but-silent operating noise and a dynamic ability to detect and function in an automated fashion.

Features

  • Two dynamic options for pressure adjustment in APAP mode
  • Deep sleep indicator prisma RECOVER for evaluation of sleep quality
  • Several convenience functions such as autoSTART, softSTART, pressure relief softPAP
  • Detection of periodic breathing, RERA, snoring, hypopnea, apnea and flow limitations
  • Reliable differentiation of obstructive apnea from central apnea, thanks to FOT (Forced Osciallatory Technique)
  • Extensive range of prisma accessories
  • Diverse interfaces (SD, PSG, LAN, internal Bluetooth, internal modem)
  • For 22 mm and 15 mm breathing tube systems
  • Unheard-of silence

AirSense 10

Arguably the most used CPAP device on the market today, and for good reason, not limited to its therapeutic, feature-heavy operating system.

Features

  • The AirSense 10 series includes four different models: CPAP, Elite, AutoSet and AutoSet for Her
  • Built-in humidifier and Climate Control Auto setting provide breathing comfort
  • User-friendly controls and an intuitive interface make it simple to navigate settings and the nightly sleep report
  • AutoRamp™ feature delivers a low airflow pressure to help you fall asleep, then steadily increases to your prescribed level
  • Expiratory pressure relief (EPR)™ maintains regular airflow pressure while you inhale and reduces pressure to make it easier when exhaling
  • myAir is an online support program and app that automatically sends your therapy data to your computer or smartphone. It lets you know how you slept the night before and provides personalized coaching tips and encouragement to help you stay on track with your therapy.

DreamStation 2

Not available for purchase at this time

A comfortable CPAP device designed to allow you, the patient, to be in control of the starting pressure. Just one of many convenient features of the DreamStation 2.

Features

  • Includes Ramp Plus
  • Color touchscreen
  • Integrated humidifier
  • 3 adjustable comfort settings
  • Keep you motivated
  • Designed for comfort
  • Small size

BiLevel Devices We Carry

Bi-level Positive Airway Pressure (BiLevel) machines are another popular type of PAP device, largely known for its air pressure delivery method. Providing the user with two distinct levels of air pressure throughout the breathing cycle, a BiLevel device is particularly effective for patients with respiratory conditions such as COPD, hypoventilation syndrome, and central sleep apnea.

At Breathe Well, we offer three models of BiLevel devices, each customizable to your unique demands. Here to guide you through the selection process, below is our selection:

Resmed V Auto

Evident in its name, the Resmed V Auto is an auto-adjustable BiLevel device that uses its own algorithm to ensure appropriate air pressure is being emitted throughout the duration of the sleep cycle.

Features

  • Comfortable. Climate Control automatically delivers therapy at the most comfortable temperature and humidity levels, with no settings to change or complicated menus to navigate.
  • Dependable. Vsync continuous leak management enables reliable delivery of therapy pressure while maintaining patient–device synchrony.
  • Easy-Breathe. Easy-Breathe pressure waveform mimics the wave shape of normal breathing and replicates it for your patients’ breathing comfort.
  • Customizable. TiControl™ lets you set limits on patient’s ideal inspiratory time to encourage spontaneous breathing.
  • Adaptable. The AirCurve 10 VAuto is designed to be compatible with up to 4 L/min of supplemental oxygen in all modes.
  • Remote-ready. Cloud-based AirView™ patient management system lets you access nightly data, troubleshoot and change device settings remotely.

Resmed iVAPS

From auto-adjusting pressure to real-time data reporting, the Resmed iVAPS is an all-in-one machine for those looking for a comfortable personalized ventilation device.

Features

  • Provides personalized non-invasive ventilation (NIV) for respiratory insufficiency
  • Intelligent Backup Rate (iBR) maximizes the freedom to breathe spontaneously
  • Intelligent Volume-Assured Pressure Support (iVAPS™ *) automatically adapts to changes in breathing
  • ResMed AirView™ for Ventilation provides enhanced clinical data on a new platform designed to streamline the therapy process

Resmed ASV

Using its own algorithm to learn the patient’s unique breathing patterns, you can rest assured a good night’s sleep every night with the Resmed ASV.

Features

  • Stable. Minute Ventilation (MV) calculates tidal volume and respiratory rate over 13 points in each breath cycle. The minute ventilation algorithm rapidly adapts to changing ventilation needs, automatically adjusting pressure support to break the cycle of hypoventilation and central events.
  • Comfortable. Easy-Breathe waveform recreates the natural inspiratory and expiratory cycles within the patient’s breath, delivering a smoother and more comfortable breathing experience.
  • Automatic. Auto-adjusts pressure for OSA events ASVAuto mode includes automatically adjusting EPAP to respond to changes in upper airway stability throughout the night.
  • Remote-ready. Compatibility with AirView™, our cloud-based patient management system, offers access to nightly therapy data and the ability to remotely manage and troubleshoot.

Are YOU In Need of a PAP Device?

Do you suffer from snoring, chronic fatigue, or other sleep interruption issues? If so, you might be living with some type of sleep-related condition, sleep apnea or otherwise. The question, then, becomes “Do I need a PAP device?!”…

Luckily, we here at Breathe Well have developed our very own self-referral program whereby you, the patient, can sign up for a sleep study without the need for a referral from your doctor. From there, it’s simple – Our team will guide you through the process to determine what standard of care you require.

If it’s been determined that you require a PAP device, we then proceed to help find the best PAP device for your unique needs…

It’s important NOT to let sleep apnea control your life. For help and guidance, be sure to contact Breathe Well to learn more about our self-referral program and take the first step toward a more restful night’s sleep.

Have questions about PAP devices? We have answers.

How do I determine which PAP device is most suitable for my needs?2024-02-20T15:39:39-03:30

We can help guide you through the entire process, from identification to selection. We do so by taking into account the uniqueness of your circumstance, your ideals and preferences, as well as your overall lifestyle.

Do I require a prescription to purchase a PAP device?2024-02-20T15:40:06-03:30

Yes, a referral from your physician is generally required to purchase any PAP device. We can work with your personal physician to ensure the appropriate prescription is, in fact, being prescribed.

What’s the difference between a CPAP, BiPAP, and an APAP machine?2023-04-04T16:50:25-02:30

On a macro level, each type of PAP device provides and delivers a unique level(s) of air pressure. On a micro level, a standard CPAP device delivers continuous air pressure, a BiPAP device delivers two distinct levels of air pressure, and an APAP device allows for the automatic adjustment of air pressure based on a patient’s breathing patterns.

How do I clean my PAP machine?2023-10-13T19:57:16-02:30

It’s best to follow the manufacturer’s manual. At its most basic, this is likely to involve the disassembling of the device itself, the cleaning of individual components, and an allowance for air drying before use.

How often should I clean my PAP machine?2023-10-13T19:57:40-02:30

It’s recommended that you wipe down your PAP mask daily and wash the water chamber, hose, filter and mask weekly to prevent the buildup of bacteria and other contaminants.

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