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Loud PAP? PAP sound control is possible! Here’s how…

 Loud PAP? PAP sound control is possible! Here's how... The Q Tube is a specially designed muffler to be positioned between the PAP unit and PAP mask. It's key purpose is to reduce noise generated from high pressures pushing through the tubing and mask.    What is it exactly?   HMD's Q-Tube In-Line CPAP Muffer Kit is a...

Quick Time Zone and Time Change Programming for Airsense 10 Series PAP Units

  Quick Time Zone and Time Change Programming for Airsense 10 Series PAP Units   Set the current date. If you set a new date that occurs in the past then an error message is displayed. Before this change can be made, erase the compliance data available under the Configuration menu. Set the current time. If you set a new...

The Resmed Swift Fx’s interchangeability quotient: Real or a Imagined? Part One

The Resmed Swift Fx's interchangeability quotient: Real or a Imagined? Part One   Who would have thought of Resmed's Swift Fx getting this much attention? How much attention? Grab a seat. Let's chat. There is a Resmed mask that doesn't mind you mixing and matching. Resmed's Swift Fx. Yes, we had call it by name twice. This little powerhouse of a mask can...

Explaining The Popularity of Resmed’s Swift FX: What’s the Big Deal?

Explaining The Popularity of Resmed's Swift FX: What's the Big Deal?   Resmed's Swift Fx nasal pillows system has been the marketplace for the last few years. It caught many user's attention and has managed to raise the eyebrow of many who are seeking the best in PAP nasal pillow mask technology. With this emergence, claims about...

Taking PAP with you on a trip? Airport security will question why. Here’s your answer…

 Taking PAP with you on a trip? Airport security will question why. Here's your answer...     Z1 Auto Travel CPAP Machine The very small and lightweight Z1 Auto Travel CPAP Machine can quickly be added to carry on luggage or inside a tote, making CPAP therapy more adaptable to a busy lifestyle. Living away from electricity can...

Improvement to the Respironics Wisp PAP Mask is Here!

 Improvement to the Respironics Wisp PAP Mask is Here! New for 2016!   This new accessory from Respironics allows patients to easily remove the side clasps of the WISP nasal mask.  It helps to reduce wear and tear on the headgear area of the mask.  The newly designed clips work with either the fabric or silicone style...

The Bedside CPAP Organizer You Never Knew About

 The Bedside CPAP Organizer You Never Knew About   Phillips-Respironics has become synonymous with PAP technology excellence in recent years. Their newest PAP installment, the Dreamstation, has been creating waves of interested and satisfied users from late 2016 into 2017. Just when you think they couldn`t possibly introduce anything more exciting, another innovation enters the world...

Busting the Myths About Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea has become a very common medical disorder, including in Canada where millions suffer from this sleep disorder. It is estimated that this number would continue to grow in the coming years as more people are getting on in years and obesity, a leading risk factor, also increasing in epidemic proportions. Even at this level of prevalence, there are still misconceptions about this serious disease. Here are some of the myths about sleep apnea and the fact behind these misconceptions.

Drive a truck & under fatigue’s influence? Your solution is here

Drive a truck under fatigue's influence? Your Solution Is Here     There’s no question that driver fatigue poses a serious threat to safety on our nation’s roadways. But just how bad is the threat? Well, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the number of fatigue-related crashes reported to the police each year stands...

9 reasons you will hate…and love CPAP

9 reasons you will hate and love CPAP.  Here they are:   The following breakdown details why you hate and love CPAP. Here goes: Hate CPAP  Love CPAP 1. Claustrophobia with CPAP mask Wide Variety Of NEW comfortable Masks 2. Facial irritations & skin breakouts Multitude of cleaners and comfort accessories are available, solving skin issues. 3. The mask and hose don't allow...

How do you keep your PAP progress going?

How do you keep your PAP progress going? Besides dedication to proper sleep and your new PAP device and mask, your attention to what works for you is your most valued observation. Without a considerable attention to what creates that great night’s sleep, you'd be hard pressed to repeat that kind of sleep again tonight....

Why won’t my new CPAP mask fit onto my tubing?

  Why won't my new CPAP mask fit onto my tubing?   Many who invest in their sleep health discover the benefits of CPAP or PAP therapy to treat sleep apnea. A simple explanation of sleep apnea is the airway is obstructed during sleep, causing breathing to stop. PAP therapy blows air into the airway to keep...

Psst, Here’s An Unknown Detail About Resmed’s Airsense 10!

Psst, Here’s An Unknown Detail About Resmed’s Airsense 10!   Announcing the AirSense 10! Ever wonder how much smaller a PAP device can get, especially when manufactured by the CPAP industry leader Resmed? Here is a quick look at their latest PAP entry into the market, the AirSense10. What if you don’t require the humidifier in your Airsense10? What do...

Portable PAP Buyers Guide 2018

Portable Travel PAP Buyers Guide 2018   CPAPClinic's Feature Product #1 Resmed's Airmini is the Newest Portable PAP for 2017! Achieving new heights in patient-centered innovation, AirMini packs ResMeds clinically proven CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) technology along with its comfort and ease-of-use features into a sleek, portable, pocket-sized device ideal for traveling. The AirMini is available with ResMeds proprietary...

No more CPAP carry-on? CPAPClinic investigates Air Canada.

No more CPAP carry-on? CPAPClinic investigates Air Canada.   The ongoing effort of flights changing their rules is now placing new restrictions on carry-on items. However, the most-up-to date posting on Air Canada's Website still states: The Rule  The following items are allowed at all times, in addition to your carry-on allowance:   Mobility aid (e.g. braces, cane, crutches, walker, communication device*) or other...

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