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By Phillips Respironics
The BiPAP M Auto series from Philips Respironics has been developed as the best alternative for noncompliant CPAP patients. Many patients using CPAP therapy, especially those that have specific respiratory needs complain they find it extremely difficult to produce an exhale against a high pressure coming from the machine.
In CPAP therapy both the inhale and exhale pressure are at the same level- Continuous Flow pressure. The BiPAP therapy allows for a different pressure adjustment for inhaling (a higher pressure) and a different one for the exhale process (a lower pressure).
When you start your CPAP therapy with Mainland Sleep we will ensure you have the right mask and machine to best suit your needs. There are many shapes and styles to choose from so it can seem overwhelming. No need to worry, our experts are here to help with all aspects of therapy and educate you on your options.Book Your Free CPAP Trial
If you already own your own CPAP machine we encourage you to visit one of our offices every six months. These visits allow you to see what’s new in masks and machines. Our staff will help with mask fittings while also reviewing your CPAP data. If you haven’t met the knowledgeable staff at Mainland Sleep yet, please book an appointment at a convenient location and let us become your lifelong support team.Book Your Next Appointment
Mainland Sleep has been serving the lower Mainland since 1998.
We strive to help each patient successfully treat their sleep apnea. We provide extensive education, the latest CPAP equipment, ongoing support, and are continually educating ourselves on new CPAP options for our patients.
Mainland Sleep Diagnostics is an Accredited Facility for Home Sleep Apnea Testing. Accreditation is completed by the Diagnostic Accreditation Program at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia.