Sleep Disorders

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One of the most common therapies, not so well known

Once you enter the world of sleep disorders, you will realise the number of people who will use this type of sleep devices; and you will ask how it is that you had not found out before.

Devices in Sleep disorders
CPAP: Continuous Positive Airway Pressure.
A device that continuously applies positive air pressure to the patient's airways. It causes the airways to open constantly so that the patient can breathe spontaneously on their own without any obstruction.
BiLevel Positive Airway Pressure
A device that gives two levels of air pressure: an inspiratorypositive pressure and another a low expiratory positive pressure. This helps the patient breathe correctly, helping him to perform the inspiration and exhalation movements.
Automatic Positive Airway Pressure
An automatic positive airway pressure device (APAP, AutoPAP, AutoCPAP) automatically adjusts the patient for the amount of air they need so that their airways are not obstructed.
Adaptative Servo-ventilation Devices
Adaptive Servo-Ventilation (ASV) is a partially automated treatment modality used to correct various types of sleepdisordered breathing (SDB), including central and complex apnea.
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