BiPAP- or BiLevel Positive Airway Pressure- is a medical grade device similar in many aspects to the CPAP. However, a BiPAP has two separate pressure settings available. One of the main complaints of patients using a CPAP is that they find it difficult to exhale against a higher pressure. Patients require the high pressure setting […]

BiPAP – or BiLevel Positive Airway Pressure- is an oxygen therapy device that is quite similar in form and function with a CPAP. However, the CPAP delivers a fixed pressure while the BiLevel machine has two different pressures. The BiPAP device delivers one type of pressure setting upon the inhalation phase and this is called […]

BiPAP, or Bi-Level Positive Airway Pressure devices are therapy machines which provide two different pressure level options: the Inspiratory Positive Airway Pressure known as IPAP and the Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure or EPAP. With BiPAP, respiratory insufficiency patients can get even more air into their lungs than with the use of traditional CPAP machines. The BiPAP devices are particularly efficient for patients with […]

BPAP or VPAP or BiPAP (bi-level Positive Airway Pressure devices) offer the possibility of two different pressure levels: one level setting for inhaling and another level adjustment for exhaling.The VPAP breathing devices are extremely versatile and theyoffer maximum comfort and efficiency in Bi-Level therapy for patients. The two kevels are: IPAP- Inspiratory Positive Airway Pressure […]