V-COM CPAP AirFlow Reducer by SleepRes
V-COM PAP Reducer by SleepRes
This Product DOES NOT Require a Prescription
Adjusting to airflow pressure is the number one reason people stop using their CPAP machine. This reason alone is why the top manufactuers deveopled techinologies like EPR (expiratory pressure relief) and C-Flex. Now there is a product that attaches directly to your mask! The V-Com provides comfort when you inhale using continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) and bi-level therapy. Now you can adjust easily with this simple solution. Many people who have been on CPAP therapy for years have found that V-Com also reduces noise, mask leak, or eliminates their need for a chinstrap.
Directions for Use:
- Before you begin, confirm your CPAP device is turned off.
- Remove the V-Com device from the package and attach it to the hose between your CPAP device and the mask.
- Verify all fittings are secure before turning on your PAP device.
- Put your mask in place, turn on your machine, lay down, and get a good night’s sleep.
- Clean your V-Com device after each use or each 24-hour period per the instructions below.
- If you want to use V-Com long term, it should be replaced every 3 months (similar to hoses, masks, etc.).
Included in This Package:
- (1) SleepRes V-COM Pressure Reducer
- Wash your V-Com with soap (e.g., Liquid dish soap) and water inserting a small, bristled brush in both ends of the V-Com device to penetrate and clean the complete airflow path. Twist the brush several times.
- Rinse with clean water and let air dry.
- Inspect for any damage or residue. If seen, reclean or replace.
Recommended Replacement Schedule
- Filters: Every 1-3 Months (or as needed)
- Hose Tubing: Every 3-6 Months (or as needed)
- Complete Mask: Every 9-12 Months (or as needed)
- Water Chamber: Every 3-6 Months (or as needed)
SleepRes V-COM User Guide
Ratings & Reviews
Should be a 10 star review
by Ian Smith -
WOW. I love this product. It used to take me 20 minutes or more to fall asleep because the pressure kept me awake. Some nights I would just sleep on the couch instead of using my machine. I am a little claustrophobic and have tried all sorts of masks and it finally took something like this to help me adjust to the air pressure