CPAP Machine on Rent

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Auto CPAP machine on Rent

We have made it extremely easy for getting CPAP machine on rent in Delhi, Noida, Jaipur, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Dwarka, Chandigarh, Ludhiana. We have made sure that you get the brand of your liking or as preferred by Doctor prescription. We have wide range of cpap machines supporting manual, auto, humidifier and ramp functions from brands like Philips, Resmed, Resplus, Evox, BMC to name a few.  Cpap, the abbreviation for continuous positive airway pressure therapy, is a treatment method for patients who have sleep apnea. CPAP machines use mild air pressure to keep the airways open, and are typically used by patients who have breathing problems during sleep. More specifically, what CPAP therapy helps accomplish is making sure that your airway doesn't collapse when you breathe while asleep.

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Bipap machine on rent for as low as Rs 3500 per month.

Cpap machine on rent for as low as Rs 3000 per month.

Oxygen concentrator on Rent for Rs 4000 per month.

Oxygen cylinder 10L on rent for Rs 1200 per month.

cpap machine price is Rs 60000 for high end models / Brands (Resmed) but for few brands, cpap machine price is  Rs 25000 (Evox, Resplus, BMC) for few models..

Oxygen machine could be bought for as low as 40000 rs.

We have our own presence and experience zones in Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon, Pitampura, Dwarka, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Janakpuri, Rohini, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Mohali, Ludhiana, Bathinda, Shimla, Mandi.

Our idea is to assist in making a BUY decision for these costly equipments like bipap, cpap, oxygen concentrators, after trying these on simple monthly rent basis. Getting cpap machine on rent for home has made the life of people very simple. Thus, the hardships faced in choosing the right equipment, with necessary backing of highest level of quality from all brands like Philips, Resmed, BMC, Resplus, Evox among many. We also give assurance of after sales service, making it available by enough inventory management analytics based on demand forecasting.

Its unfortunate that a huge population suffering from sleep disorder aren't even aware of the ailment and keep suffering from problems getting complicated over a period of time. Research for even developed countries like USA show a prevalence rate of 15% plus for people over 50 years with sleep apnea. First step is to understand symptoms and then getting Sleep Test done to validate, if indeed one is suffering from OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnea).

The most common signs and symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and central sleep apneas (CSA)  include:

  • Loud snoring.

  • Episodes in which you stop breathing during sleep — which would be reported by another person.

  • Gasping for air during sleep.

  • Awakening with a dry mouth.

  • Morning headache.

  • Difficulty staying asleep (insomnia)

Once you have undertaken the Sleep study test, your doctor would recommend PAP machine for elevating the hardship. There are two broad category of treatment by using either a CPAP machine or BIPAP machine.

Underlying health condition is very simple for OSA, local tissues causing difficulty in breathing while you sleep. If its that simple, your doctor would recommend CPAP machine with a pressure setting based on the sleep test. There are other complications which might need sophisticated machines, from Auto CPAP, Cpap with humidifier and CPAP with ramp function. 

CPAP Machine

A CPAP machine only delivers therapy air to the wearer at one specific pressure and doesn’t vary unless manually changed by a sleep doctor. A CPAP machine pushes the same amount of air pressure throughout the night and is used to treat most cases of OSA.

BiPAP Machine:

A BiPAP can be programmed to have two different values of air pressure: one for inhaling and one for exhaling. These are respectively called Inspiratory Positive Airway Pressure (IPAP) and Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure (EPAP). BiPAP therapy pressures are usually higher for inhale and lower for exhale. The lower pressure on the exhale can make it more comfortable to breathe out.

CPAP therapy involves a CPAP machine, which comprises the following:

  1. Motor: This is what sits on your bedside table. It’s a small, quiet compressor that takes in room temperature air and pressurizes it. The machine delivers the pressurized and filtered air to your airway via a hose and mask. Some people opt to use the humidifier if it comes with the machine, or purchase one to keep their nose, mouth, and throat from getting dry.

  2. Hose: The CPAP hose connects the machine to the mask. Hoses are specially created to maximize airflow. They are typically six feet long and designed to successfully deliver your therapy. Hoses can also be heated to improve comfort and compliance.

  3. Tubing Elbow: The elbow adapter connects to the air outlet of the device and angles the direction of the hose and machine to prevent hose kinks from cutting off your airflow while sleeping.

  4. Mask: Depending on your particular breathing issues and fit requirements, your CPAP mask may go over your nose (nasal mask) or over your nose and mouth together (full face mask). Another style is the nasal pillow CPAP mask, which inserts into the nostrils from below. Masks are easy to use, but comfort will vary depending on your preferred sleeping position, body type, and amount of facial hair as well as other variables. Therefore, it’s best to try different types of CPAP masks until you find the one that’s most comfortable for you.

  5. Headgear: The headgear keeps the mask in position and is often made of soft and stretchable material for added comfort.

  6. Straps: Adjustable chin straps help customize the fit of the device and are often used for those with mouth-breathing habits during sleep.

Different mask types

Mask styles can vary with different CPAP machines. Which type you wear depends in part on your breathing habits, how comfortable the mask is for you to wear, and the kind of sleep apnea disorder you have.

The different types of CPAP masks include the following:

  • Nasal pillow mask : This type of mask has a small cushion that caps over your nostril area. It may also have prongs that fit into your nostrils. This mask allows you to wear your glasses easily. It also works well if you have lots of facial hair that may prevent a larger mask from fitting snugly.

  • Nasal mask : This type is a cushioned mask that covers your whole nose area. It may be a better option if you tend to move around in your sleep. It can deliver a high-pressure airstream.

  • Full mask :  This type is shaped like a triangle and covers your mouth and nose. Your doctor might prescribe this kind of mask if you breathe through your mouth when you sleep or if you have a blockage of some kind in your nose.

Who is it for?

CPAP therapy is one of the most recommended treatment options for patients who have obstructive sleep apnea, in which not enough air reaches your lungs. CPAP therapy is also is used to treat infants whose lungs have not fully developed. The CPAP machine blows air into the baby's nose to help inflate his or her lungs. 

When you are prescribed to a CPAP machine, you will work with your sleep technologist to make sure that the settings that are prescribed to you work best for you. It is every sleep technologist's concern that the air pressure from the machine is just enough to keep your airway open while you sleep.

There are many kinds of CPAP machines and masks. So don't be shy in letting your doctor and sleep technologist know that the type you're working with isn't the most comfortable. 

The adjustment process for CPAP therapy is different for every patient. Some patients take months to adjust to CPAP therapy while others can take only a few days.

 

Why use CPAP?

Although there is a noted adjustment period to using CPAP therapy, following this method of treatment can pay off significantly in the end.

  • Keep your airway open while you sleep.

  • Reduce or eliminate your snoring altogether.

  • Improve your quality of sleep.

  • Reduce or eliminate daytime sleepiness, a symptom of sleep apnea.

  • Circumvent or significantly reduce high blood pressure.

  • Best practices for a good CPAP therapy experience

  • Consider using these tips to make sure that your CPAP therapy experience is one that is easily adjustable and comfortable.

How soon will you feel the effects of CPAP therapy?

You will most likely feel the effects of CPAP therapy as soon as you start it. Many studies have shown that the maximum effect of therapy is usually achieved in about 2 weeks or so. If you still feel sleepiness after 2-4 weeks, then you should consult your sleep physician on what might be the underlying cause of persistent daytime drowsiness.

Best practices for a good CPAP therapy experience

Consider using these tips to make sure that your CPAP therapy experience is one that is easily adjustable and comfortable.

1. Test out your CPAP machine for short periods of time during the day

Whether it's when you're reading a book or surfing the web, try putting the mask on for short periods of time before you sleep. This will help you get used to wearing your mask to sleep.

2. Use CPAP every night and for every nap

Whether you are getting a little shut-eye or going to sleep, make sure you're in the habit of using your CPAP machine during all stages and occasions of sleep. Using CPAP therapy erratically reduces your chances of getting better soon.

3. Refrain from huge adjustment to your CPAP machine

The most common problems of adjusting to CPAP treatment occur when your mask is not put on comfortably. Make sure you make small adjustments to your mask to ensure that it fits right. If your mask is still not comfortable even after you make slight adjustments to it, you may need new CPAP gear.

 

4. Try using the ramp mode 

If you feel like the air pressure is too high, then try using the ramp mode on your CPAP machine. What this will do is gradually increase the air pressure as you fall asleep.

5. Use a saline nasal spray to ease mild nasal congestion

Try using a nasal spray or decongestant if you easily suffer from nasal decongestion.

6. Place foam under the CPAP machine

If you want to quiet your CPAP machine as you fall asleep, we recommend that you use this trick.

7. Don't forget to clean your CPAP equipment

Make sure you clean your mask, tubing and headgear at least once a week. Make sure to set a reminder for yourself, so you don't end up getting grossed out by your own CPAP gear.

8.If you're still facing problems with your CPAP gear

Contact your sleep technologist to receive expert advice on how to use your CPAP machine.

Other options for sleep apnea

Because of their drawbacks, CPAP devices don’t work for every person with sleep apnea.

If you find that a CPAP machine doesn’t work well for you, talk to your healthcare provider about whether one of these treatment options might be an option:

  • Changing sleeping position : Some people only experience sleep apnea when they sleep on their back. Some products help to keep you on your side by preventing you from rolling over. You could also try simply tying a tennis ball to the back of your sleepwear.

  • Oral appliances : Devices like a mouthguard or an orthodontic retainer can help keep your airways open by putting pressure on your tongue.

  • Hypoglossal nerve stimulation : This surgically implanted device delivers precise electric stimuli to the nerves in your airways. This helps improve the muscle tone of your airways which, in turn, helps your airways to remain open.

  • Neural stimulation : If you have certain types of central sleep apnea, a surgically implanted device can deliver impulses through your phrenic nerve (which runs from your neck to your diaphragm) to stimulate your diaphragm. This helps initiate breathing while you’re sleeping.

  • Nutritional and exercise therapies : Obesity is a risk factor for some kinds of sleep apnea. Changing your diet and exercising more often may help you lose weight and reduce the severity of your symptoms.

  • Surgery : Some children have apnea because their tonsils or adenoids are too big. Surgery to remove them can often resolve the apnea. In adults, surgery isn’t always as effective because it can be difficult to pinpoint the location of the blockage that causes sleep apnea. Still, some surgeries — notably uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP) and modified radio-frequency tissue ablation (MRTA) — have worked for some people.

Medical Equipments

Healthy Jeena Sikho provides all medical equipments like suction machine for patient, DVT machine/pump for home use, syringe infusion pump, patient monitor, oxygen machine, ECG machine and air mattress/air beds on rent and sale.

Suction Machine For Patients For Home Use - suction machine is a medical device used to remove obstractions such as mucus,saliva, blood or secretions. We provide suction machine for patient (portable & double jar)on rent and sale. The rent price for portable suction machine is Rs.1200 per month and the sale price for suction machine is Rs6000/- only and the rent price for double jar suction machine is Rs.2000/- per month.

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DVT pump for home use - DVT pump stands for Deep Vein Thrombosis pump. DVT pump is a pneumatic compression pump used to prevent people from getting Deep Vein Thrombosis and used for treatment of limb swelling caused by both acute and chronic conditions. We provide dvt pump for home use/ dvt pump for legs on rent and sale. The price of dvt pump on rent is Rs. and the sale price for DVT pump is Rs. only.

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Syringe Infusion Pump - Syringe infusion pump is used to deliver small doses of medication from a variety of syringe sizes in acute care settings. We provide infusion syringe pump on rent and sale. The price of syringe infusion pump on rent is Rs.4000/- per month.

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Oxygen Machine - oxygen machine or oxygen concentrator is used for people who may have low blood oxygen levels. An oxygen concentrator takes in air from the surroundings and removes nitrogen from it, leaving an oxygen enriched gas for use by people requiring medical oxygen due to low oxygen levels in their blood. We provide oxygen machine/oxygen concentrator on rent and sale. The price of oxygen machine on rent is Rs.4000/- and the sale price is Rs. for 5 LPM oxygen concentrator and the price for oxygen concentrator 10LPM is Rs. on rent and Rs. for sale.

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We also provide oxygen cylinders for rent and sale. We provide both 10 Litre and 47 Litre oxygen cylinders. The rent price for 10Litre oxygen cylinder is Rs. 2000 and the rent price for 47 litre is Rs. 4000/- per month.

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Air Bed/ Air mattress for bed sores - Air mattress/air bed is used to prevent pressure injuries/ bed sores.Air mattress allows better blood circulation and pressure relief to the patient sleeping on it. We provide air bed/ air mattress for bed sores for sale. The price of air mattress/air bed for bed sores is Rs.2500/- only

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Patient Monitor System - A patient monitor is also known as multi parameter patient monitoring system. Patient monitor is an electronic medical device used to measure, record and display various patient parameters such as heart rate and rhythm, SPO2, blood pressure, temperature, respiratory rate, blood pressure, blood oxygen saturation. We provide patient monitor on rent and sale, the price of patient monitor is Rs.4000 on rent and the sale price for patient monitor is Rs.36000/- only.

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