The NEW ResMed AirFit N30i Nasal CPAP Mask

The NEW ResMed AirFit N30i Nasal CPAP Mask

ResMed AirFit™ N30i Nasal CPAP Mask With another expansion of the AirFit™ line of products, the N30i is a newly designed nasal CPAP mask. The top-of-the-head tube design is very different than previous nasal masks from ResMed; the N30i is less intrusive, more flexible, and more lightweight. Features of the AirFit™ N30i Top-of-the-head tube design allows for multiple sleep positions […]

CPAP Humidification FAQ’s

CPAP Humidification FAQ’s

What is a Heated Humidifier? A Heated Humidifier is a device that works with your CPAP machine to provide moisture. Dry air can cause irritation throughout your mouth, throat and nasal cavity, so the humidifier helps prevent that. The temperature is adjustable, as well. There are 3 types of humidifiers: Stand Alone Humidifier: used with almost any machine as long […]

7 Ways to CPAP Better in 2019

7 Ways to CPAP Better in 2019

Well here we are…2019! A new year brings new opportunities and new beginnings. Get your year started right…utilize the information within the following list and CPAP better in 2019! 1. Invest in a CPAP Sanitizer Maintaining clean CPAP supplies is a crucial aspect of your therapy. Dirty supplies can lead to ineffective treatment and/or sickness. An easy way to do […]

The New Fisher & Paykel SleepStyle CPAP Machine

The New Fisher & Paykel SleepStyle CPAP Machine

Introducing Fisher & Paykel’s newest device, the SleepStyle™ CPAP Machine!   The all new SleepStyle™ Auto by Fisher & Paykel is the latest in premium CPAP machines for 2019. This model replaces the F&P ICON series and includes new features. Additionally, the SleepStyle™ is smaller and more user friendly than the ICON. Simplicity is Key Every detail has been considered […]

ResMed Beginnings: The Birth of CPAP

ResMed Beginnings: The Birth of CPAP

  ResMed is arguably the face of CPAP. This article explains how they came to be the powerhouse they are today.   Timeline 2,000+ years ago: First records of sleep apnea symptoms 1836: Charles Dickens inspires first term for sleep apnea, “Pickwickian syndrome” 1877: London Physician gives first known detailed description of OSA 1965: First “apnea” recorded using a polysomnograph […]

Know your CPAP Equipment

October 21st was National Check your Meds Day…weird holiday, I know. However, there is some merit to the reasoning behind the idea. Millions of people take daily prescriptions, most of which are required for them to function properly. It is important to be educated about those medications: know what they are made of, the side effects the medicine causes, how […]