CPAP devices for sleep apnoea therapy
If you experience sleep-disordered breathing, there’s probably a ResMed CPAP device that’s right for you. All of our devices can be paired with a user-friendly coaching app to help you improve your experience and monitor your progress. Your healthcare team can check your therapy data and offer tailored treatment solutions, either remotely or in person.
What is a CPAP machine?
CPAP stands for continuous positive airway pressure, which is a therapy that’s commonly used to treat sleep apnoea. APAP and Bilevel devices look similar but use a different therapy algorithm. All of these machines deliver air through tubing and into a mask to keep your airway open while you sleep and help you get a good night’s rest.
The four types of obstructive sleep apnoea machine
One air pressure
A CPAP device is a fixed-pressure machine. It delivers a consistent airflow at a pressure that’s prescribed by your healthcare professional.
An APAP device is an auto-adjusting machine. It adjusts the airflow pressure level that it delivers throughout the night.
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Two air pressures
A Bilevel device has two pressure level settings: a higher pressure for when you inhale and a lower pressure for when you exhale. It’s designed to improve breathing comfort for people who have trouble adjusting to airflow pressure.
Portable CPAP devices offer many of the same benefits as a traditional machine but are more convenient as they are much smaller. ResMed’s AirMini is the world’s smallest CPAP*, weighing in at just 300g and sized to fit in the palm of your hand.
Getting used to PAP airflow can be challenging
It can be difficult to get used to the consistent, pressurised airflow of a CPAP or APAP device. If you’re having a hard time getting used to therapy, a bilevel machine might help you to breathe more easily and enjoy a more comfortable therapy experience. Ask your doctor if bilevel might be a good option for you.
AirSense 11, designed to simplify therapy
If you’d like to experience a good start to therapy, it’s worth considering a ResMed AirSense 11 CPAP device. These machines are designed to make it easier to start and stick with sleep apnoea therapy.
CPAP and APAP machines
Experience discreet, effective therapy for your sleep-disordered breathing with ResMed CPAP and AutoSet machines. These obstructive sleep apnoea therapy devices offer performance and comfort features.
Sleep bilevel machines
Our bilevel devices are ideal if you need positive airway pressure therapy but aren’t a suitable candidate for CPAP therapy. Designed with comfort in mind, a bilevel device from ResMed could offer you a good night’s sleep.
Track your sleep with the myAir app
myAir is a motivational app that gives you easy access to your sleep data, as well as how-to videos, encouraging messages and more. With AirSense 11, you can access interactive videos to help you manage your equipment, tailored support and coaching to help you resolve small issues, and useful feedback tools in case you need extra support.***
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* As at 18 March 2021. 136 mm (W) x 84 mm (D) x 52 mm (H), 450 cm³.
** ASV therapy is contraindicated in patients with chronic, symptomatic heart failure (NYHA 2-4) with reduced left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF ≤ 45%) and moderate to severe predominant central sleep apnoea.
*** Some features of myAir are only available in the myAir app and for Air11 sleep apnoea machines. myAir is only available in selected countries. Some devices are only available in selected countries.