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 What are BiPAP& CPAP?

Answer BiPAP and CPAP are two methods of providing overnight respiratory ventilation and support for patients who need help breathing, particularly patients who have obstructive sleep apnea, according to ... Read More »
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What is the difference between bipap&cpap?

CPAP and BiPAP are acronyms for the two mechanical oxygen devices most commonly used to treat obstructive sleep apnea--a chronic and potentially life-threatening condition that causes a person to b... Read More »
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How to know when your titrating to switch to bipap or bipap st mode or the servo?

Settings, phone, tty off. if wnt turn off, call Apple Support 800-694-7466. Check out apple.com/support/iphone for helpful information.
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At what pressure is a bipap recommended?

A bi-level positive airway pressure machine (bipap) is used for delivering air pressure to maintain inhalation and exhalation breathing cycles while sleeping. The titrated air pressure is measured ... Read More »
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What does FOSQ mean on a bipap?

A bipap machine helps sleep apnea sufferers by enhancing nighttime breathing through positive air pressure therapy. FOSQ is a quality of life or "Functional Outcomes of Sleep Questionnaire." Physi... Read More »
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