Both. The thing is fraud from top to bottom. Throws out a lot of terms. Look them up. Fraudsters count on people not investigating any claims. How is a powerful fan and battery going to fit inside a Superbowl Ring? No patents or patent pending. Strange for a prolific inventor. An Internal Medicine doctor with no distinguish awards on the medical advisory board. Why no Board Certified Sleep Medicine doctor? Again, why NO WEBSITE?
First, they'll have to develop the perpetual motion air pump. This looks like a leftover April Fools joke.
Statistics prove that people who have more birthdays live longer.
First thing I thought of when I saw it was "where does the battery go and do I want the weight of one on my nose?"
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That claims are unrealistic and designed to appeal to all those people who failed at conventional CPAP and want a device that is so minimal, it is impossible. You know what they say, "if it looks too good to be true, it probably is?. A CPAP machine needs to have control circuitry, blowers and power to produce constantly varying pressure and flow. It also need to be approved as a medical device which would take years. This fundraiser is right up there with the "SOLAR ROADWAYS" fraud. It will make one or two people rich on a promise that cannot and never will be delivered.
The technology is not a fraud. It already exists in the form of Piezoelectric Micro Pumps which currently have medical applications. Takasago, a Japanese company, is one manufacturer and it's devices are described as miniature, slim and lightweight diaphragm micro pumps which enable continuous micro fluid delivery. Self priming, low noise, low magnetic noise and low power consumption achieved.
I know nothing about Stephen Marsh who is pushing this application and saying air can be the fluid that the pump delivers.
Whether it can deliver a pressure over 10 cmH2O to address apnea - I don't know. I would have to research it and I don't feel motivated
if you can't decide then you don't have enough data.