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International Bi-Level Machines

Bi-Level Machines for International Customers

BiPAP or Bi-Level Machines are used in treating sleep apnea, but are typically used when a consumer cannot tolerate a CPAP Machine. BiPAP Machines have two different pressures, one being an IPAP (Inspiratory Pressure) and the other being an EPAP (Expiratory Pressure). The IPAP and EPAP are typically set at least 2cm of water pressure apart, meaning IPAP may be 8cm and EPAP at 6cm. BiPAPs or Bi-Levels also may be purchased in an auto feature, meaning the pressures will automatically change each night based upon the user's needs.

So What CPAP Machine Is Right For Me?

It could be easy to get overwhelmed if you are newly diagnosed with sleep apnea. The CPAP machines above give plenty of options to choose from. However, you should know that they all have one important thing in common. They all blow air. They all deliver pressure to keep your airway from collapsing and help you treat your sleep apnea. We understand, it can be a bit intimidating shopping for a CPAP machine. Shopping by brand doesn't help you if you don't know any of the brands! Just relax, take a deep breath and try not to over think it when buying a CPAP machine.

The most important factors to remember when shopping for a CPAP machine are making sure you have the right mode of therapy. Listen to your doctor but stay informed. If you have a prescription for a fixed pressure CPAP machine then you should be shopping for a Fixed Pressure CPAP Machine. If you have a prescription for an APAP machine or an Auto CPAP Machine, then you should be shopping for an Auto CPAP Machine. In other words don't over think it. The most important part of treating your sleep apnea with a CPAP Machine is actually the CPAP mask anyway.

You could have the most expensive, top of line CPAP machine on the market but if you don't have a comfortable CPAP mask then none of it really matters. If you need help choosing a CPAP machine we are here for you. You can call us anytime at 1-800-274-1366 or you can email us at products@1800cpap.com. We would be happy to have one of our trained clinicians go over your options with you.