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CPAP Machine vs Oxygen Concentrator

Many people don’t think they need oxygen therapy because they’re already using a CPAP machine. However, a CPAP machine, while it does offer continuous airway pressure, does not provide you with oxygen. When you look more closely at a CPAP machine vs oxygen concentrator, you’ll find that they do very different things. For many individuals with Sleep Apnea, the use of a CPAP machine is enough to increase blood oxygen content. Supplemental oxygen is generally only required if you have a respiratory condition along with Sleep Apnea.

The benefits of oxygen concentrator are many, so if you’ve been prescribed oxygen therapy by a physician, we can help you with your search for the best portable oxygen concentrators. For more useful news and information about oxygen therapy, CPAP, and Sleep Apnea, and to get great savings on equipment, subscribe to our newsletter today.

Featured products


PRISMA SOFT LÖWENSTEIN This new CPAP device in the prisma product line from Löwenstein Medical offers everything a modern therapy device needs for treatment of Sleep-Disordered Breathing.
9,000.00 (EGP)

Philips Respironics DreamStation Auto CPAP Machine

The DreamStation Auto CPAP Machine with Heated Humidifier is a sleek, user-friendly APAP machine from Philips Respironics. The machine has multiple advanced features incorporated such as Bluetooth connectivity, SmartRamp, and OptiStart. This model includes a heated humidifier, which will help make your therapy air more comfortable and reduce the amount of condensation in the tube. Manufactured by Philips Respironics. 22% of AutoCPAP Machine product buyers choose this product.
21,000.00 (EGP)

Philips Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator

One of the keys to SimplyGo’s portability is its lightweight and compact battery. SimplyGo’s battery is immediately accessible and can be easily changed by your patients.
68,000.00 (EGP)

DreamStation Go Travel CPAP Machine

DreamStation Go Travel CPAP Machine Overview Philips Respironics brings the revolutionary travel design of the DreamStation Go to a fixed pressure CPAP machine, taking fixed pressure CPAP therapy to a new level.
13,600.00 (EGP)
While there is no evidence that individuals with sleep apnea are at an increased risk of getting Coronavirus, all CPAP/BiPAP users should take extra precautions to prevent the spread of the virus. It is also important to note that using a CPAP or BiPAP machine does not help prevent Coronavirus.
If you have been diagnosed with Coronavirus and are currently managing sleep apnea, speak to your doctor about continuing your CPAP therapy. However, being diagnosed with Coronavirus does not change your sleep apnea diagnosis or your need to treat the condition. And having a good night’s sleep contributes to your overall health and helps boost your immune system to fight the virus. Here are some best practice recommendations for using your CPAP machine if you have Coronavirus.
CPAP Tips for Coronavirus -16 أبريل, 2020
Staying compliant with your sleep apnea treatment is more important than ever before in this era of Coronavirus. Your best defense against Coronavirus is a healthy, well-rested body.