CPAP therapy for your sleep apnoea

CPAP therapy for your sleep apnoea

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How to choose a CPAP machine

There are several CPAP device options to treat your sleep apnoea and ensure your comfort throughout the night. Some patients can tolerate a steady, gentle flow of air during sleep, while others require variations in pressure. Talk to your doctor about your unique needs.

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More than a sleek design, DreamStation offers performance to help improve your sleep apnoea threatment. 


  • Available in CPAP Pro, CPAP Auto, BiPAP and Auto BiPAP

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System One

Philips Respironics’ line of comfortable and convenient sleep therapy solutions help you to successfully manage your sleep apnoea and improve the quality of your sleep.


  • Available in CPAP, BiPAP and Auto

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DreamStation Go

Whether you’re traveling for business or venturing out on the vacation of a lifetime, DreamStation Go provides an easy, reliable and portable PAP experience for users who refuse to compromise.

PAP therapy solutions


Therapy for sleep apnoea consists of positive airway pressure (PAP) being applied to the upper airway through the mask. Philips Respironics provides a range of PAP devices and masks, depending on therapeutic needs and patient preference.

CPAP systems

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  • Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) provides one level of pressure to that patient's upper airway throughout the night.
  • This pressure provided will prevent upper airway collapse during sleep.

BiPAP systems

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  • BiPAP bi-level provides two levels of pressure to the patient throughout the night.
  • A higher pressure is delivered on inhalation, while a lower pressure is delivered on exhalation.


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  • Auto-adjusting provides a variable pressure throughout the night based on the patient needs and sleep stage.
  • The device will adjust pressure based on airway size and airflow.

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