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To keep your breathing airways open, CPAP ventilation employs light air pressure. 

In order to keep the patient’s airways from closing and leading to apnea occurrences, cpap machines continuously give a steady stream of compressed air to the patient. 

Your doctor will calculate the pressure settings for your CPAP machine after conducting the sleep study, and the machine will be configured to continuously produce that precise amount of pressure. 

Modern technologies that don’t require you to manually set the pressure include auto CPAPs. The device automatically recognizes the patient’s needs and provides air at that pressure.

Who Can Benefit From CPAP

  • People with respiratory issues like sleep apnea typically use CPAP. 
  • CPAP may also be used to treat premature infants with lung conditions like respiratory distress syndrome or bronchopulmonary dysplasia in which the lungs have not fully formed. 
  • One of the top treatments for obstructive sleep apnea is CPAP (OSA). A common disorder called sleep apnea causes breathing pauses or short breaths while you’re asleep. The lungs don’t get enough air as a result. When you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), your airway closes or becomes clogged while you’re asleep. Any air that manages to get past the obstruction as you try to breathe can cause loud snoring. 


The recommended treatment for sleep apnea is CPAP ventilation. Sleeping with a CPAP machine helps because:

  • While you are sleeping, keep your airway open
  •  Reduce snoring so that your family members can sleep.
  • Boost the quality of your sleep.
  •  alleviate the effects of sleep apnea, such as increased daytime sleepiness
  • lower or stop excessive blood pressure

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