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Resmed

Resmed CPAP Machines and Masks in Las Vegas

Did you know that sleep apnea can affect both genders at any age? It can, and it does. It’s a serious condition that has been linked to several other medical issues, including diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, heart failure, and obesity. Fortunately, patients who take advantage of prescribed treatments can live with sleep apnea for many years. Here in Las Vegas, we supply a wide selection of Resmed CPAP machines and masks. We are proud to be able to offer reliable solutions that can deliver peaceful nights of slumber.

Resmed CPAP Masks

Resmed masks are styled with the people using them in mind, which is why they have been designed to offer maximum benefit with minimum coverage. As a result, masks from this manufacturer are lightweight and easy to put on and take off. As a leading manufacturer of CPAP masks, Resmed continues to develop new products, incorporating innovative ideas into their designs in order to enhance the user’s experience.

Resmed manufactures nasal, nasal pillow, and full face CPAP masks, including a line intended for women. Resmed’s full face mask is fashioned to cover the majority of the patient’s face, which is why it should be the first choice for individuals who breathe through their mouths. Some of their most popular styles include:

  • AirFit™ F10 full face mask with headgear
  • AirFit™ F10 full face mask for her with headgear
  • Quattro™ Air full face mask with headgear
  • Quattro™ Air for her full face mask with headgear
  • Quattro™ FX full face mask
  • Quattro™ FX for her full face mask
  • Mirage Quattro™ full face mask
  • Ultra Mirage™ full face CPAP mask with headgear
  • Mirage Liberty™ full face mask

Resmed CPAP Machines

Understanding that the needs of patients vary depending upon the severity of the sleep issue that is involved, Resmed manufactures a wide assortment of CPAP machines, including standard and auto devices. A standard CPAP machine is designed to maintain steady pressure at the same level. The pressure is determined by a physician who uses the results from a sleep study to figure out what setting should be chosen. Auto CPAP machines are also referred to as APAP machines, because they are capable of adjusting pressure on their own in order to ensure that the patient’s airway remains open throughout the sleep session. If your physician prescribes an APAP instead of a CPAP device, you won’t need to undergo a sleep study designed to determine the optimal pressure for your personal needs.

Popular models include:

  • AirSense™ 10 AutoSet™ CPAP machine with heated humidifier
  • AirSense™ 10 AutoSet™ for her CPAP machine with heated humidifier
  • S9 AutoSet™ CPAP machine
  • S9 AutoSet™ CPAP machine with H5i™
  • S9 AutoSet™ CPAP machine with H5i™ for her