Last week, we posted a blog that many people found helpful on how to get a CPAP mask. You can find that here. In the past year, many patients have been seeking this resource as the number of open stores fluctuates from month to month. Even as the situation improves, consumer preferences are trending more and more toward delivery right to their doors...
Did you know that you have several options available when looking to buy a new CPAP mask? You can choose from a Durable Medical Equipment (DME) company, internet reseller, or a number of other sources. DMEs and internet resellers are the two most popular sources and will be our focus in this blog.
The Skin Friendly® label for SleepWeaver® CPAP masks is now a registered trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Designing and making medical devices can be a challenging way to earn a living. Medtech manufacturers operate in a complex and ever-changing regulatory environment. Complicated reimbursement rules can make payment lengthy, risky and difficult. Medical device design often requires the integration of multiple technical and clinical disciplines. So why do we do it?
One of the first questions new customers ask when they receive their first SleepWeaver mask is: "Why should I register my mask?"
Did you know that Circadiance offers service for your SmartMonitor units? We can perform any of your service needs at a fraction of the price of anybody else.
The following blog is an abstract put together to demonstrate the pressure differences between traditional and cloth CPAP masks.
Online retailers are now one of the quickest and most affordable ways to find the right mask for you. The following retailers are Circadiance-approved and offer SleepWeaver masks at competitive prices.
Being a new parent can be a scary thing, especially if your baby has a medical condition. Bringing your newborn home is supposed to be a happy time but for many parents of NICU graduates, it can be a very stressful experience. This particular population is at risk for conditions related to apneas and cardiac arrhythmias such as tachycardia, a faster than normal heart rate, and bradycardia, a slower than normal heart rate.
This blog is excerpted from an article featured in the 2019 summer issue of neonatal INTENSIVE CARE magazine.
In Part 1, we shared the significance of monitoring, in general, for patients, parents, and healthcare providers. In Part 2, we will continue to share the importance of monitoring and why our SmartMonitor 2 family of cardiorespiratory event monitors should be used in the hospital, as well as the home.