CPAP Humidifiers

Humidification adds moisture to the CPAP air, reducing irritation to the nasal passages caused by the increased airflow. Humidification is the comfort feature most commonly added to CPAP therapy. There are two kinds of humidifiers such as cool passover and heated. A cool passover humidifier passes room temperature air over a chamber of room temperature water. A heated humidifier heats water to warm it and as the airstream passes over the heated water, it picks up the moisture and warms the air. The heated air is able to hold enough moisture to maintain a comfortable airway.
A huge range of CPAP humidifiers that come in varied shapes, designs and with add-on features like hygrostat sensor, niteglo, etc.

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