CPAP Product News (View All)

Luna G3 BPAP 25A Bi-Level CPAP Machine

Whisper-Quiet Performance Helps You Get a Better Night of Sleep

Multi-stage noise reduction technology makes the Luna 3G BPAP Machine whisper-quiet. The machine clocks in at 26 decibels and features a leak alarm that alerts you in the event the hose becomes disconnected, which can cause your seal to break and disrupt your sleep.

Accommodates a Wide Variety of Pressure Settings and Includes an Auto-Ramp Function

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Product Challenge News (View All)

05-25-2010 Product Challenge 12 Results Announced
 Results from the 12th CPAPtalk Product Challenge are in and available to the public. We appreciate everyone who took the time to enroll.

04-20-2010PC12: Battle of the Gels
 Product Challenge 12 is now open for enrollment. PC12 has the ResMed SoftGel Nasal Mask challenging the Respironics ComfortGel Nasal Mask.

Volunteers will be accepted starting today. If you currently use the ComfortGel Nasal mask please enroll. We look forward to posting the results once completed.

If you do not qualify for this Product Challenge please check back later as there will be more CPAPtalk Product Challenges in the future.

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10-06-2009PC11 Results Available
 The Eleventh Product Challenge has ended and the results are in! See whether the FullLife, the newest mask from Respironics, had what it takes to beat the Quattro from ResMed.

 

CPAP Interviews (View All)

Respironics C-Flex, Remstar Auto with C-Flex, Remstar Pro 2 with C-Flex Interview
Select Respironics' REMstar devices incorporate our patented C-Flex technology. C-Flex addresses one of the main obstacles to patient compliance: pressure intolerance. C-Flex lowers the pressure level at the beginning of exhalation, returning to set p

Review: Hybrid Universal Full Face Mask
The release of the Hybrid mask was highly anticipated by the sleep apnea community, as an innovative solution to common difficulties with existing cpap masks, including mouth leaks, mask comfort, and problems with large, unwieldy interfaces. Teleflex was


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