Patients Sleep apnea
Posted on 2/1/21 5:02 PM
This isn't exactly on topic, but this is something I recently learned. If you have another pulmonary problem, you should let your cpap equipment sit out for a while before using. My doc says it could add to inflammation in the lunhs.
Posted on 2/20/21 8:04 PM
Res Med Air Sense 10 cpap and Air Curve 10 S Bipap are my machines of choice to set up my patients with. The machines are very user-friendly and will give the patient a lot of information in the Sleep Report.
Posted on 2/22/21 1:19 AM
DreamStation at home Air Sense 10 when traveling !
Posted on 2/22/21 9:24 PM
@WAHast I understand you dilemma. I have the same problem. I have resorted to eye drops and have found myself drinking more water during the night. I have tried to stop eating late at night to avoid dry mouth,
Posted on 2/22/21 9:26 PM
@sleepy I use the dream station and so far have not had any problems.
Posted on 2/24/21 10:00 AM
I have used the Dream Station C-Pap then was changed to the Dream Station Bi-Pap and now I am on the Trilogy 100 machine. All three worked, however, I am retaining CO2 and have been placed on the Trilogy. I am not sure how it is working as I have only been on it for a month. The right mask fit is the most important thing I have found to use any of these machines.
Posted on 2/25/21 5:27 PM
Posted on 3/20/21 10:59 AM
@Rcintolo too many cords and I wake up in a trapped nightmare, then it’s ripped off