Shop Standard Bi-Level and BiPAP
Standard Bi-Level (BiPAP) machines use 2 different pressure settings for inhalation (IPAP) and exhalation (EPAP). These pressure settings are typically separated by 3 to 6cm/H2O and an example of a prescription would look like 14/10 cm/H2O. These sleep apnea devices are most often prescribed for users that cannot tolerate high pressures of standard CPAP or have limited lung function that makes it difficult to exhale. The models are fixed pressure and will not automatically adjust settings.