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CPAP Machine Choices - read this before you accept a new machine
RE: CPAP Machine Choices - read this before you accept a new machine
Why is BIPAP good for UARS? Does that include mild apnea?
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RE: CPAP Machine Choices - read this before you accept a new machine
BiLevels have a greater range for the amount of Pressure Support (EPR) that can be applied. CPAPs are limited to 1,2, or 3 cmw difference. Also it can be applied in smaller increments, 0.2 vs 1.0, for fine tuning.

Bilevels are good for all obstructive apnea, I including mild.
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