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Respironics REMstar CPAP Plus Description
Also included as part of the System One technology are Humidity Control with Dry Box and Resistance Control. System One Humidity Control technology analyzes ambient temperature and patient airflow to reach relative humidity at the mask. Sensors inside and outside the CPAP machine closely monitor changes in humidity and prevent condensation from forming inside the tube. Dry Box technology reduces water damage to the CPAP by trapping any water that manages to escape the chamber. Both of these advancements make these units “spill-free,” even if turned upside down!
The basic REMstar Plus offers the same SD card management system as the REMstar Pro and REMstar Auto, which records hours and patterns of use; however, the more advanced event detection and reporting technologies are only available with the Pro and Auto.
With the addition of C-Flex technology, the REMstar Plus offers a pressure relief upon exhalation for added ease and compliance making this unit an affordable and comfortable alternative with a few more features than the SleepEasy.
For more information, please view the Respironics CPAP Specifications Guide.
|Product Features||Auto dimming LED lights helps create a darker room for easy sleeping Compliance meter breathing detection Includes the Respironics Performance Tubing|
|Dimensions||7 inches L x 5.5 inches W x 4 inches H|
|Product Weight||3 pounds|
|Data Storage Capacity||Reports Display: Compliance VIC, 7-and 30-Day Averages, SD Card: > 1 yr (daily details with flow waveforms) On-Board: up to 6 Months|
|Filters||Foam and Optional Ultra-Fine|
|Mask Off Alert||Breathing Detection|
|Noise Level||2.6 to 4.2 Dependant on Patient Settings|
|Ramp Time||0 to 45 min (5-min increments)|
|Starting Ramp Pressure||4 to CPAP; Patient Adjustable|
Some respiratory issues can make it hard for you to breathe, and in certain cases someone might benefit from the use of a BiPAP Machine, or BPAP. A BPAP machine is a type of ventilator—a medical device that assists with breathing. These machines extend the benefit of a CPAP machine by adding large breaths on top of stable airway pressure and will help in pushing air into lungs from a mask or nasal cannula connected to the machine.
"Automatic positive airway pressure" (APAP, AutoPAP, AutoCPAP, BPAP are parallel terms) automatically titrates, or tunes, the amount of pressure delivered to the patient to the minimum required to maintain an unobstructed airway on a breath-by-breath basis by measuring the resistance in the patient's breathing, thereby giving the patient the precise pressure required at a given moment and avoiding the compromise of fixed pressure. Bi-level pressure devices