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Considerations when renting a bipap
When you are renting a BiPAP machine, take the time to tell the KWIPPED supplier any specifics about the BiPap you require.  Research the quality of the masks and their comfort level, as this is typically the biggest issue for most people. Make sure the machine has simple to use settings that you understand, and always be sure to follow the directions from the manufacturer whenever using any machine.
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Respironics BiPAP Vision Unit

The BiPAP Vision is designed specifically to address the unique requirements of NIV within the hospital, including changing leaks, dynamic breathing patterns, and high FIO2and flow demand. The BiPAP V ...
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$650.00/month

Bipap V-60 Ventilator

Bipap V-60 ...
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$195.00/week
$995.00/month

Respironics BiPAP AutoSV 1042907 Bi-level PAP

Description: The Respironics BiPAP Auto SV Advanced Machine with heated humidifier is specifically designed to be the best choice for managing complicated sleep-disordered breathing patients. It comb ...
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Respironics BiPap Ventilatory Support System

Accurate, Reliable, and Easily Upgradeable Ventilatory Support System. Integrated Display Screen: Integrated Display Screen displays easy-to-read real time graphics in waveform or bar scale format ...
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BiPap Vision Ventilatory Support System

Description: This versatile, simple, noninvasive ventilation system is designed with advanced technology to be accurate, reliable and easily upgradeable.   The BiPAP Vision System offers a low ...
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Respironics BiPAP Auto M Series Bi-level PAP

Description: Digital Auto-Trak Sensitivity tracks each breath so the BiPAP Auto M Series with Bi-Flex can cycle between inspiratory and expiratory pressures based on the patient’s breathing. It ...
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KnightStar 330 BiPAP ST

Description: A compact, quiet and convenient ventilator system, the KnightStar 330 can be used to treat respiratory insufficiency and/or obstructive sleep apnea in the home, hospital or other institu ...
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Features of bipaps

The BiPAP machine is programmable, and it features a mask and headgear that attaches to the face. The machine connects to the mask via tubing, so it can deliver the air to the patient and keep the breathing stable throughout the night, or whenever the patient needs to use the machine. The machine is very simple to use, and the mask should work with most patients.

How bipaps work

The machine can be programmed to deliver air through normal inhalation pressure, as the person inhales through the tube and mask. Then, as the person exhales, the machine can sense the change. It will then switch to a lower pressure for the exhalation. This provides variable resistance through the night.

The BiPAP machine helps to ensure that there are no collapses in the upper airway, and this helps to prevent apnea and snoring in the patient. Many people are using these machines to help them with these issues and to ensure that they, and those around them, are able to get a good night’s sleep. In the beginning, it can be a bit difficult to get comfortable with wearing the mask while trying to sleep. It is important to keep using the machine though, as the benefit of sleeping through the night uninterrupted is well worth it.

About bipaps

A BiPAP machine, or bi-level positive airway pressure machine, is very helpful for patients who have trouble when it comes to breathing. The machine will allow the user to preset airway pressures for inhalation and exhalation so that the patient will be able to breathe properly. This is essential for those patients who need to have positive airway pressure as well as adaptable pressure support. These machines are very useful for a number of different medical conditions for those who have trouble breathing.

BiPAP Applications

BiPAP is used for a variety of medical conditions related to breathing difficulties, including:
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • Acute and Chronic Respiratory Failure
  • Pneumonia
  • Asthma
  • Status Asthmaticus

BiPAP Manufacturers

  • Philips Respironics
  • ResMed

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