Drive Medical Design and Manufacturing
Airway Pressure Machine Is Lightweight, Quiet
Drive Medical’s Celestia CPAP is a continuous positive airway pressure machine, designed for comfort, ease of use and reliability. The device offers an ultra quiet operation, 30 decibels at 10 centimeters of water, and a fully integrated heated humidifier. The Celestia weighs only 3.08 lbs. and includes compliance software that records apnea index, hypopnea and snoring index.
Home Sleep Tester
• Provides validation and oversight for supplier-delivered pulse-oximetry testing.
• Uses a specially designed nasal cannula and pressure transducer to measure flow.
• AHI, snoring and flow limitation measurements are automatically derived.(800) 355-0691
Non-invasive Sleep Diagnostics
• The form-fitting vest provides analysis of breathing patterns as an aid in classifying apneas.
• The device produces nearly identical results to in-lab PSG for the diagnosis of OSA(1).
• The product incorporates RIP technology and can distinguish obstructive sleep apnea from central sleep apnea(2). (805) 667-2225
Pocket-sized Sleep Testing
• Measuring 3x5 inches, the recorder features up to 14 channels of data to provide more extensive and flexible sleep study results.
• Optional pH and ETCO2 channels also are available for more specialized pediatric testing.
• The wearable recorder and headbox offer unique positioning options, including an armband, to allow clients to sleep more comfortably and naturally. (508) 261-8000
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Inc.
Technology Knows When You are Sleeping
• The SleepStyle 200 Auto CPAP series uses SensAwake technology to sense the critical awake state of clients and promptly reduce the delivered pressure to the lowest, most comfortable level.
• Treatment is personalized during sleep and awake states.
• The technology makes returning to sleep easier to increase sleep quality and to improve therapy. (800) 446-3908
Home Sleep Monitor
• The nine-channel wireless portable sleep monitor includes pressure-based airflow, pulse oximetry, snore, thoracic and abdominal respiratory efforts, body position, a generic auxiliary DC input and a differential pressure transducer.
• This simple, compact tool allows for home-based preliminary assessment of sleep disordered breathing and periodic leg movements.
• Data is stored on a removable SD memory card for later retrieval.
Smiths Medical PM Inc.
Handheld Pulse Oximeter
BCI FingerPrint Sleep
• Specifically designed for overnight sleep screening studies, the device is suitable for home oxygen validation.
• A pulse strength bar helps ensure signal quality of the sensor site and the six second press-and-hold off feature helps prevent accidental shut off.
• The unit automatically enters data collection mode after 10 minutes of continuous use. (800) 558-2345
Directly Measures Sleep Quality
• The PG device is fully compliant with CMS and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
• The system features portable monitoring with two RIP technology channels, as well as a Nasal Pressure and Thermistor channel.
• Diagnostic signals include position and activity, leg movement, oxygen saturation, pulse, oral flow, event button and two respiratory effort signals through the XactTrace RIP sensors. (888) 662-7632
An Alternative to Traditional Nasal Masks
OptiLife is a patient interface used to deliver positive airway pressure therapy for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. This mask provides less invasive airway delivery. The mask is easy to fit, assemble and clean and provides visual freedom and unrestricted side sleeping. The product comes with an interface, four cushions, headgear and chin-support band, a tube-management clip, an accessory pouch, a pictorial quick-fitting guide and instruction manual, and a reminder card and stickers to track and manage supply replacement needs. (877) 233-3079
Sleep Therapy System
• This sleep therapy system was designed to look less like a medical device.
• Features include a built-in humidifier, deluxe ramp capabilities with an adjustable ramp start pressure, minimal lighted buttons to control the CPAP unit, and a pressure calibration screen that allows target pressures to be set within 0.1 cm H20.
• The unit also has a three-position altitude compensation, quiet operation and a data display so clients can call their provider to report compliance information.