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Philips-Respironics CPAP Machines and Masks - A Review

on April 12 at 10:54 PM
Philips-Respironics CPAP machines and masks were created for providing comfortable breathing for people who are experiencing breathing disorders like sleep apnea. These items can be broadly classified as sleep therapy devices, masks and diagnostic systems. To improve the comfort level and compliance of a myriad of breathing disorder patients there are advanced fixed CPAP, auto-CPAP and bi-level systems of therapy. The PR System One is just a sound management system that ensures soundless ventilation of exhaled air. The BiPAP autoSV is advanced therapy monitoring equipment. Philips-Respironics CPAP machines and masks are specifically designed to provide patients comfortable treatment. Philips CPAP Machines

Next, let's move on to the masks. First would be the nasal masks. The ComfortGel and ComfortGel Blue include features like 360-degree rotatable swivel tube, advanced gel technology for perfect finish of cushions, easy to get rid of and use headgear, angled exhalation micro ports for silent discharge of vented air away from the bed partner etc. This can be a feature common to all Philips-Respironics CPAP machines and masks.

The EasyLife mask literally makes life simple for a rest apnea patient, for it has only four attachable parts in the headgear and special cushion support to fit to the contours of the patient's face. The Comfort range of Respironics masks all have the features like dual-layer cushions, fewer breakable parts, and adjustable forehead silicone support pad for customized fit. The Profile Lite masks are noted for their soft gel cushions and specially light build for anyone wanting extra comfort from Philips-Respironics CPAP machines and masks.

The diagnostic systems include products like Alice 5 for setting new sleep standards, Alice LE for great diagnosis, Encore array of web-based monitoring application with associated software etc. Other similar products will be the Stardust 2 sleep recorder and report generator and sensory devices to help detect movements during sleep. Then a Full-Face masks that add another feather to the cap of Philips-Respironics CPAP machines and masks.

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