The staff at CPAP Supply USA pride themselves in their knowledge of the newest, and the best, CPAP masks, machines and supplies available. Through their conversations with customers every day, these customer service associates hear, first-hand, how products work and how effective they are for our CPAP users.
We've gathered a few of our most experienced and friendly reps together to get a list of their favorite CPAP products. Meet Shannon, Kandace, Brandi and Bill, all part of the Customer Service team of CPAP Supply USA! Each will pick a few of their favorite CPAP products right now:
Bill Allen – Customer Service/Returns Management with CPAP Supply USA
Favorite CPAP – The ResMed S9 AutoSet with H5i Humidifier and ClimateLine Tube
“I like that this machine, if it ends up needing service at any point, has a very quick turnaround time from the manufacturer. It’s also got the great new ResMed ClimateLine tubing that helps reduce rainout (something we’d ... [More]
While not the most traditional of Valentine's Day gifts, we are offering one of our favorite CPAP accessories for only 1 cent with your order! The CPAP Tube Brush is great for every CPAP user.
What is a CPAP Tube Brush? One of our most popular CPAP accessories, this cleaning tool is an excellent way to extend the life of your CPAP tubing. It cleans out those hard-to-reach areas inside your tubing, ensuring that water build-up or mold are removed from the inside of your CPAP setup.
Enjoy our Valentine's Day gift to you! Use code FEBTUBE in your cart get your 1 cent tube brush.
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*Discount extends through 2/17. Use code FEBTUBE. One per customer. Tube brush cannot be exchanged or returned.
Are you stuck in a CPAP mask rut? Have you been using the same mask for years? Or are you using the same mask that is given to every patient who visits your medical equipment company? Have you ever stopped to consider all the different mask types and how they might affect your CPAP therapy?
Many of our customers have never considered a different type of mask or even a newer, more advanced mask of the same type they currently use. And while the adage often holds true that “if it’s not broken, don’t fix it”, there is still something to be said for educating yourself about the new mask technology available and the types of masks that might be better for your sleep situation.
THE NASAL CPAP MASK
The most commonly used mask (especially for first time CPAP users), the nasal CPAP mask is probably the mask we think of most often when picturing CPAP therapy. This sort of mask covers the nose only, generally with triangular shape silicone or foam cushion. It most often ha... [More]
Side Effects of CPAP Use and What You Can Do
Ah, so many people have a love/hate relationship with their CPAP machine. They love that it decreases their sleep apnea symptoms and helps out their sleep apnea-associated health problems, but they hate the idea of being tethered to a machine all night, every night for the rest of their lives. They also hate some of the not so pleasant side effects that can come from CPAP use.
For every new (or seasoned) CPAP user, there is an adjustment period that accompanies almost every CPAP treatment program. Many patients feel frustration when they try to do all the right things and still cannot seem to make CPAP work for them. When you find out you have Obstructive Sleep Apnea, the choices are very limited - you can either live with the debilitating and dangerous condition or you jump in with both feet and try to find a way for you and your CPAP to get along.
Education is key with this process. Researching CPAP side effects and how to help them is a m... [More]
Last year, around this time, we wrote a comprehensive guide to CPAP Equipment Maintenance. With thoughts of spring cleaning in the air once again, we wanted to revisit that topic, while focusing on one of the hardest parts to clean from your CPAP set-up – your tubing.
While one of the more important parts of your set-up, CPAP tubing is not a part that is easily or conveniently cleaned. And because of the fact that condensation from your humidifier can often settle in the tube during use, it does need some TLC to ensure that it, and your sleep therapy, are in top condition.
Two important cleaning options exist for CPAP tubing – CPAP Tubing Cleaner and a CPAP Tube Brush. The first tool is a solution that can be diluted into a soak for your CPAP tubing, ensuring that any bacteria on or inside the tube is eliminated. This also helps remove any dust that might collect on your tube. Another option to complete this type of full-soak cleaning is to use diluted household white ... [More]