(Continuous positive airway pressure) CPAP Ventilation is a method of respiratory ventilation used primarily in the treatment of sleep apnea and various lung diseases. Which can easily solve the problem of difficulty in breathing.
Sleep apnea is a disorder that causes an interruption in the ability to breathe during sleep. A CPAP ventilation utilizes compressed air to open up the airway, allowing breathing to continue more normally. Commonly a CPAP ventilation machine consists of a small box, tubes and a mask. The mask is worn on the face, and air flows through the tubes and into the nose and mouth.
Before individuals who have sleep apnea determine to use the CPAP ventilation for sleep apnea treatment, they should have a professional sleep study to determine whether they will see benefits from the use of a CPAP ventilation. Sleep laboratories can observe patients overnight to gauge their specific degree of sleep apnea and any other potential sleeping problems. After this study, the laboratory can recommend the right types of CPAP ventilations and the level of CPAP air pressure that is required to see benefits.
CPAP ventilation can overcome the obstruction sleep apnea caused by stenosis in patients with pharyngeal and improve the ventilation, to eliminate or reduce apnea, so that increased partial pressure of oxygen, carbon dioxide reduction, sleep structure, to improve the quality of life improved, with a non-invasive, efficient, portable machine to go home long-term treatment and so on.