A CPAP Machine is an instrument that acts as a positive resource in handling sleep apnea. This machine is especially designed to be used in your home. Unlike many health solution products, CPAP machines are approved by FDA which is the Food and Drug Administration department. They can also be included in the patients medical insurance which is definitely good news.
The parts of a CPAP Machine include: CPAP Batteries
The part of CPAP Machine that passes the pressurized air to the person is the cpap hose. The pressurized air is specifically known as titrated air. The amount of air that is allowed to flow through the cpap hose is determined from the study that has been made by the patients records.
And the amount of air that is pressurized can be adjusted through using the machine. One end of the hose leads to the generator box that generates mechanical energy and the other end is linked with a face mask.
The cpap humidifier takes charge of filling air with moisture in order to make the patient stay uninterrupted by not feeling irritated or experiencing a dry throat.
The cpap mask is provided to support the cpap hose passing pressurized air to the patients nasal cavity. This is also called a nasal pillow.
The cpap nasal mast prevents dust and other particles from entering the patients nasal cavity. This mask allows only filtered air to enter the nasal cavity of patients.
Benefits of CPAP Hose:
The various parts of a cpap machine serve the purpose of allowing clean pressurized air to pass through the cpap mask. Just like how a cpap machine can’t function without a cpap humidifier, the cpap hose is also an essential part of the device.