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CPAP Machines

A CPAP machine, also known as a continuous positive airway pressure machine, is a medical device that provides a constant airflow to help individuals who have moderate and severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) to receive a good night's sleep. The individual wears a special mask over the nose/mouth while sleeping, allowing the flow generator to blow constant airflow in the throat to prevent the sleeper's airway from collapsing.

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Dreamstation Auto CPAP or BiPAP by Philips Respironics

Starting at: $509.95

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  • CPAP/BIPAP and Humidifier combination available
  • Auto adjusts to breathing for best levels
Pinnacle Medsource

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Drive Medical IntelliPAP 2 AutoAdjust CPAP System

Starting at: $599.00

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  • Allows patients to view their therapy results from a smart phone
  • Manage tubing and mask rainout with an optional PulseDose Heated Humidification System
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Drive Medical IntelliPAP Standard CPAP Machine

Starting at: $330.30

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  • Whisper-quiet operation
  • Small size fits easily into the home or luggage
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Drive Medical IntelliPAP Standard Plus CPAP Machine with SmartFlex

Starting at: $395.00

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  • Incredibly quiet operation will not interrupt your sleep, it will only assist your rest
  • Auto on/off function on both CPAP Plus and CPAP Plus with Heated Humidifier
Drive Medical

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Disinfectant Spray For CPAP Supplies - Case Quantities Available! - 2 Sizes

Starting at: $62.91

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  • Bulk quantities make this ideal for pulmonologists, senior living communities, hospice care, and similar facilities
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Sunset Healthcare Solutions

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Bongo Portable Sleep Apnea Therapy Device

Starting at: $199.00

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  • Included travel case fits in a shirt pocket for convenient storage and portability
  • Four nasal seal sizes included in Starter Kit to ensure perfect fit
Sunset Healthcare Solutions

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Luna II CPAP System with Heated Humidifier

Starting at: $327.96

  • Dual-chamber heated humidifier for enhanced efficiency
  • RESlex technology for easier, more natural exhalations
Roscoe Medical

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Drive Medical IntelliPAP AutoAdjust CPAP Machine

Starting at: $504.13

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  • CPAP pressure automatically adjusts to meet patient needs
  • Whisper-quiet operation
Drive Medical

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RESmart BPAP 25A Auto Bi-Level with Heated Humidification

Starting at: $969.00

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  • Heated humidifier with five heat settings and a no-heat setting to accommodate preference and/or need
  • Auto-titrating technology to adjust pressure on each inhalation and exhalation
Roscoe Medical

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Drive Medical IntelliPAP Bilevel S CPAP Machine

Starting at: $975.48

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  • Provides two levels of pressure that change between inhalation and exhalation
  • Whisper-quiet operation
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Drive Medical IntelliPAP AutoBilevel CPAP Machine

Starting at: $1,145.00

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  • AutoBilevel changes the inhalation and exhalation pressure automatically
  • Whisper-quiet operation
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The 3 Best CPAP Machines for Home Use

What is Sleep Apnea?

It has been estimated that over 18 million American adults have been diagnosed with sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a disorder in which a sleeping person involuntarily stops breathing for a period of 10 or more seconds that may occur as much as 30 to 50 times an hour throughout the night. This difficulty with breathing during sleep may result in daytime sleepiness, fatigue and may also be a contributing factor to high blood pressure, stroke and heart disease. There are three types of sleep apnea: Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Central Sleep Apnea and Mixed Sleep Apnea. Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when the soft tissue at the back of the throat collapses and causes a blockage of the airway during sleep. The blockage causes a temporary cessation of breathing until the patient’s brain sends a signal to the body to breathe again, usually accompanied by a snort or loud snoring sound. Obstructive sleep apnea is common in the overweight population but can occur in anyone. In central sleep apnea, the brain does not signal the muscles to breathe. It can be caused by certain medical conditions or as a side effect of some medications. Usually patients with central sleep apnea do not snore.

Mixed sleep apnea is a combination of both obstructive and central sleep apnea. As a result of these apneas, sleep is fragmented which can lead to host of problems, including exhaustion, cognitive issues, stroke, high blood pressure and heart disease. Sleep apnea can be treated with changes in lifestyle or diet, special oral appliances or mouthpieces, nasal decongestants, surgery or CPAP machines.

What is a CPAP Machine and How Can it Help Sleep Apnea?

CPAP machines, or continuous positive air pressure machines, are a common treatment recommended by doctors for obstructive sleep apnea. The patient wears a special mask over the nose or nose and mouth combined and experiences a steady stream of air that keeps the airway open and allows for oxygen levels to remain constant throughout the night.

CPAP machines consist of three main parts: a flow generator, a mask and a tube. The flow generator uses a motor to blow air at a prescribed pressure into an air tube connected to a mask that fits snugly over a patient’s nose or nose and mouth and is held in place around the head with elastic straps.

In addition to the basic CPAP machines there are also two other types of CPAP devices: Auto CPAP Machines (APAP) and Bi-level Positive Airway Pressure Machines (BiPap). APAP Machines have the ability to adjust air pressure throughout the treatment to determine the best level for the patient. Some models have the ability to record and collect data throughout the night and these results can be passed on to a doctor to help determine the best treatment for the patient. BiPAP Machines can deliver specific pressures that may alternate throughout the nightly treatment. For example, higher pressure may be used when breathing in and lower pressure may be used when breathing out. BiPAP Therapy is commonly used for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) patients over CPAP Therapy.

CPAP therapy offers a number of benefits to patients. In addition to providing more restful sleep which leads to increased energy and attentiveness during the day, CPAP machines can help reduce snoring which may allow other members in the household to sleep in peace. Decreases in high blood pressure symptoms may also be a result of CPAP therapy.

What are Some Optional Features of CPAP Machines?

Modern CPAP machines are much more lightweight and portable than previous models which make them easily packable and convenient for travel. They may also be equipped with a number of other features including:

Heated water chambers: These can help a patient feel more comfortable by alleviating the dryness of compressed air.

Humidifiers: They help to relieve the dryness of the air circulating throughout the machine.

Data logging: Patients can use this feature to record treatment compliance as well as event logging which can be used later to determine the best method of treatment for the patient.

Auto adjust feature: This adjusts automatically to best meet the needs of the patient’s pressure requirements for both inhalation and exhalation.

Whatever features are chosen on a particular CPAP machine, sleep apnea patients and their loved ones will be sure to reap the many benefits that will come with a restful night’s sleep.

Rehabmart is proud to offer a variety of continuous positive air pressure machines from such quality manufacturers as Respironics and Devilbliss.


Hulet Smith, OT
Rehabmart Co-Founder & CEO

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