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ResMed VPAP™ III ST with HumidAire 2i™ Integrated Heated Humidifier

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If you are purchasing a new CPAP, Auto CPAP or BiLevel (BiPAP) machine, humidifier or an oxygen concentrator, then federal law requires that we receive a copy of a prescription written by your doctor. A sleep study report does not qualify as a prescription.  Also, the purchase of complete CPAP masks does require a prescription.  (*** Note that the component parts that make up the mask DO NOT require a prescription! ***)
The prescription must state that it is for CPAP therapy and at what pressure your machine should be set. If you are purchasing a standard CPAP machine (one that operates at a constant pressure), then the prescription must show one pressure setting, which is generally a number between 4 and 20 and measured in cm of H2O. If you are purchasing an Auto CPAP machine, then your prescription must state two different pressures: A low (minimum) pressure setting and a high (maximum) pressure setting. If you are purchasing a BiLevel machine, then your prescription must state two pressure settings: An inspiratory (IPAP) setting and an expiratory (EPAP) setting.  If you are purchasing an Oxygen Concentrator, the prescription should have the flow rate stated in Liters per minute. 
Prescriptions can be faxed to us at 888-469-2555, or we can accept a scanned copy of your prescription by emailing it to us at sales@bestcpapprice.com.

Please note that orders for machines, concentrators, or complete masks will NOT be shipped until we receive a copy of your prescription!

ResMed VPAP™ III ST with HumidAire 2i™ Integrated Heated Humidifier

Part ID:

46-2

Discontinued
DISCONTINUED

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All product images and information used with permission of ResMed, Copyright 2010
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About MIRP Pricing
ResMed's VPAP III ST bi-level Variable Positive Airway Pressure device delivers a quiet, comfortable bi-level therapy for ventilatory assistance. It features smooth pressure transition, adjustable maximum IPAP time, adjustable rise time, and a range of operating modes, making it suitable for a range of patients. Adjustable trigger and cycle thresholds. A full range of clinician and patient-friendly alarms.

Similar to a Bi-level, however, this device will automatically switch to the inspiratory pressure, prompting the individual to breathe. This will occur when the patient's breathing pattern falls below a set number of breaths per minute.

Many OSA patients use bilevel devices because they need a lower pressure during exhalation. The lower pressure makes treatment more comfortable.

Bilevel devices offer the most significant improvements in comfort when they achieve patient-machine synchrony. In other words, the bilevel device needs to stay in sync with you on each inhale and exhale.  ResMed's patented VsyncTM and TiControlTM technology provide excellent synchrony, even with air leaks.

 

Features & Benefits


 


  • VPAP III  uses the same device platform as the AutoSet SpiritTM, AutoSet RespondTM, and S7TM series of positive airway pressure (PAP) devices. This continuity lowers inventory and training costs, improves labor costs and increases profitability.
  • Truly integrated humidification provides you with inexpensive, easy-to-use, plug-and-play, heated or passover humidification solutions.
  • Patient adjustable ramp time starts therapy gradually so you can fall asleep easily (0-45 minutes).
  • SmartStart® feature automatically starts and stops your device.
  • Mask-fitting feature verifies that your mask has a good air seal.
  • Automatic internal power converter enables trouble-free international travel.VsyncTM algorithm handles the difficult job of maintaining reliable breath triggering and cycling performance. This feature detects and compensates for varying mouth and mask leaks, which can decrease the effectiveness of therapy. The Vsync algorithm automatically adjusts the baseline flow-cycle and flow-trigger thresholds to compensate for leak. In this way, the VPAP III assures patient-ventilator synchronization even in the presence of changing leaks.
  • IPAP MaxTM feature allows you to customize the maximum allowable inspiratory time. This feature protects your patients from prolonged inspiratory times related to mask or mouth leak. Your patients can avoid increased work of breathing and arousals, which means better treatment and fewer patient complaints and callbacks. 
  • IPAP MinTM feature helps eliminate shortened inspiratory times often seen in restrictive patients, such as ALS and post-polio patients, and protects them from becoming under ventilated and waking up gasping for air. 
  • Software-controlled, variable-speed motor technology and rise time settings provide more comfortable pressure and flow profiles for better treatment tolerance, resulting in improved patient comfort and compliance with less effort and fewer callbacks.
  • The VPAP III offers a range of tools to meet immediate and long-term data management needs. Both treatment effectiveness and usage data are available on the LCD and with download and viewing in AutoScanTM software.
  • Choice of CPAP and Spontaneous treatment modes - Spontaneous mode accurately senses your breathing patterns and switches between prescribed pressures accordingly, while CPAP mode delivers continuous positive airway pressure.

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