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RE: Airing: Brand New Micro CPAP Product
It would be great if this thing actually worked! I'd be willing to try it - right after Medicare and my insurance company accepted it as a legitimate product for treating OSA - which I suspect will occur on a cold day in a very hot place! oldman


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Post: #42
RE: new hoseless cpap promised
Just received this in an email today.

http://www.fundairing.com/journal/2015/4...pap-device

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06-08-2015 08:06 AM
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Post: #43
RE: new hoseless cpap promised
(05-31-2015 10:26 AM)OMyMyOHellYes Wrote:  
(05-31-2015 08:11 AM)AirSign Wrote:  Can someone explain what is a "micro fluidic pump"?

It is an offshoot technology that was rouglhy based on the same premise of the quantum encapulator, but pico rib scaled and working on a sine gradient that is 180 degrees out of harmony with the Marquardht vane's internal repose mode.

OMMOHY

Not "Vaporware", but the attached picture of a device.
I wish scamers would quit trying to "Blow smoke up my ass (er Bum)"

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RE: new hoseless cpap promised
I skimmed the article on this new device. One apparent limitation, among many others such as power supply, battery life, auto adjustable pressures, etc...would be the inability to track and report data as conventional xpap machines do. That daily feedback, besides just anecdotally feeling better, is what keeps us motivated.

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06-09-2015 12:15 PM
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Post: #45
RE: new hoseless cpap promised
(06-09-2015 12:15 PM)sonicboom Wrote:  I skimmed the article on this new device. One apparent limitation, among many others such as power supply, battery life, auto adjustable pressures, etc...would be the inability to track and report data as conventional xpap machines do. That daily feedback, besides just anecdotally feeling better, is what keeps us motivated.
It uses a belief system. You believe it is working and thus it is so...

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06-09-2015 03:59 PM
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Post: #46
RE: new hoseless cpap promised
If this thing came to market I would LOVE to try it. Not as a daily use item perhaps (lack of monitoring is troubling) but for traveling, power outages and other unique situation this could be a great addition to the OSA treatment arsenal. Glass half full and all... Wink
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RE: new hoseless cpap promised
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(05-25-2015 03:44 PM)2PAPs Wrote:  Fraud. Start with no website. They want your information, but won't give you theirs. They want crowd funding instead of venture capital. There are no patents or patent pending. Quite unusual for an inventor. The doctor is an internist without any distinguish awards. No Board Certified Sleep Medicine Doctor. You really think they can make something that small with fan and battery? If it's too good to be true, it is.
It's a scam......they want money....thats all.....look at it....there's no way that thing will fly.....lol

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06-09-2015 07:49 PM
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Post: #48
RE: new hoseless cpap promised
Folks,

Here's the science behind the proposal:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXJKdh1KZ0w

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06-09-2015 08:30 PM
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Post: #49
RE: new hoseless cpap promised
Sadly there are all too many scams growing on these crowdfunding sites. It's a shame they are poisoning the well. I would definitely get out my wallet for a sufficiently convincing improvement to CPAP technology but there doesn't seem to be much to this.
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Post: #50
RE: Airing: Brand New Micro CPAP Product
(05-31-2015 10:43 PM)SuperSleeper Wrote:  Good catch, Lazer...

The fact that they said their product can produce "in excess of 20 PSI" is proof that they don't have a clue as to what they are talking about.

20 PSI is roughly 1406 cmH2O of CPAP pressure.

You'll blow your nose off, kid. Too-funny Dielaughing

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