nPAP

There are 3 main types of machines used to treat sleep apnea and all of them are usually called CPAP machines, but some are actually APAP or bi-level machines.

- CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machine delivers continuous airflow to a person's upper airway during sleep to keep the airway open and enable him/her to sleep well.

- APAP (Automatic Positive Airway Pressure) machine is similar to a CPAP machine but it automatically changes the pressure in response to the person's needs, which can make the therapy process more comfortable.

- Bi-level machine delivers a different pressure for breathing in to the one used for breathing out. This type of sleep apnea machine is usually intended for people who need higher pressure.

Bi-level ST machine is mainly designed to enhance the breathing of patients with restrictive lung disease, severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and respiratory diseases that affect breathing.

G3 Auto CPAP System (G3 A20)

G3 A20

G3 A20 is BMC new generation of auto-adjusting pressure device with integrated humidifier, heated tubing and wireless connectivity.

G3 CPAP System (G3 C20)

G3 C20

G3 C20 is BMC new generation of basic fixed pressure device with integrated humidifier, heated tubing and wireless connectivity.

G2S BPAP System (G2S B25VT / G2S B30VT)

G2S B25VT / G2S B30VT

G2S B25VT / B30VT is a Bi-level Positive Airway Pressure device with S/T mode with target tidal volume to provide non-invasive ventilation for Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Respiratory Insufficiency patients.

G2S Auto CPAP System (G2S A20)

G2S A20

BMC G2S A20 is an auto-adjusting pressure device with integrated humidifier and wireless connectivity.

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