SleepCube Standard Plus
The SleepCube Standard Plus is a fixed pressure CPAP with SmartFlex – Expiratory relief comfort feature designed for the effective treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnoea. It is equally suitable for use in the home or hospital and its robust ergonomic design and its small size makes it the ideal travelling companion. It is a fixed pressure device ranging from 3cm H2O to 20cm H2O. As with all SleepCube CPAP’s the optional heated humidifier can be easily connected.
SleepCube Auto Plus
The SleepCube Auto Plus is an auto adjusting PAP device with SmartFlex – Expiratory relief comfort feature. With its unique auto adjusting algorithm the SleepCube Auto Plus is equally suitable for performing overnight titrations in hospital or at home as it adjusts its pressure in response to apnoeas, hypopnoeas and snoring, finding the optimum pressure settings throughout the night..
SleepCube BiLevel S
The SleepCube BiLevel S is a variation on traditional CPAP. Instead of providing air at a constant pressure all night, the machine “senses” if you are breathing in or out and varies its level of pressure accordingly. On inspiration a higher pressure is needed to prevent apnoeas, hypopnoeas or snoring. On expiration a lower pressure is adopted to ensure patient comfort with less resistance. A BiLevel S is particularly useful for those patients requiring Non-Invasive Ventilator Home / Hospital.
TThe new SleepCube AutoBilevel from DeVilbiss Healthcare adds an extra level of comfort for Bilevel users. Traditional Bilevel Therapy uses a higher fixed level of inspiratory pressure (IPAP) and a lower expiratory pressure (EPAP) to prevent apnoeas, hypopnoeas or snoring. Using our ‘proven’ auto-adjusting algorithm the AutoBilvel constantly monitors for apnoeas and events.
SleepCube BiLevel ST
The SleepCube BiLevel ST device is designed to enhance the breathing of patients with spontaneous respiration. Unlike ventilators, it will not completely take over the breathing for the patient, but instead helps a patient who has chronic respiratory failure, difficulty breathing, or obstructive sleep apnoea; it is administered via a mask and is non-invasive Ventilation . The device automatically synchronizes with the patient’s respiratory pattern, cycling between IPAP and EPAP (breathe in and breathe out).