CPAP & BiPAP | Oxygen | Nebulizers | Suction | Testing | Airway Clearance Devices
LaserTouchOne for Pain Management | Pneumatic Compression Testing

Testing:

ApneaLink | AutoPAP | Overnight Oximetries

AutoPAP:
If you feel your CPAP pressure may be too high or too low, your physician may order an AutoPAP machine for testing purposes. An AutoPAP machine is just like a CPAP, except instead of having one set pressure, it tests different pressures while you sleep to find one that works best for you.

If your physician has ordered an AutoPAP test for you, you may receive one of the two machines shown below.

Resmed AutoPAP AutoSet II

Resmed AutoPAP S9

Respironics AutoPAP

Resmed AutoPAP AutoSet II Resmed AutoPAP S9 Respironics AutoPAP

Instructions for Use

Instructions for Use

Instructions for Use

AutoPAP tests typically last three nights, although some physicians may request tests lasting one week or more.

Once your machine is returned to us, we will download and analyze the data. If a pressure change is noted, we will contact your physician for a change of your prescription. Please note that only your physician may authorize a CPAP pressure change.

Text Footer

"Gabrielle was excellent in explaining everything. She was very friendly and helpful in showing me the machine and setting it up." ~Kyle, Angola