Below is a wide variety of equipment available with a prescription. Please feel free to browse around and check out what Sleep Solutions has to offer. If you are interested in more information on an item, please add it to your cart and complete the online form and someone from our team will be in touch with you or you can call our office at 877-SLEEP-MI (877-753-3764)
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Pediatric Mask - Resmed Pixi
pediatric mask was designed with the cooperation of pediatric health experts to help children two to seven years old adapt to sleep apnea therapy. Taking into account the bone structure, facial characteristics and skin sensitivity of children, the Pixi offers minimal facial pressure and incorporates a wide range of comfort and safety features that give you peace of mind while helping to provide a positive therapy experience for your child.
Pediatric Mask - MiniMe2
Designed specifically for children, the MiniMe®
2 is available in two sizes for a greater range of comfort for children between ages 2 and 12. Enhanced Custom Fit Technology™
enables the mask to be easily molded to a child’s face, maximizing comfort. The MiniMe®
2 also features Advanced Cushion Technology (A.C.T.)
, Sleepnet’s new ergonomic cushion technology delivers an effective seal yet minimizes pressure on small faces.
An oxygen concentrator (also sometimes called “oxygen generator”) is a medical device used to deliver oxygen to those who require it. People may require it if they have a condition that causes or results in low levels of oxygen in their blood. These oxygen concentrators are normally obtained via prescription and therefore cannot be purchased over the counter. Oxygen concentrators are powered by plugging in to an electrical outlet or by battery. If the concentrator is powered by an electric battery, that battery will need to be charged by plugging into an outlet.
Gaseous (cylinder) Oxygen
Oxygen Cylinders are the most simple way to provide oxygen patients with the ability to leave the home. Gaseous oxygen is filled into a tank and a device called a regulator is attached to the top of the tank, allowing the gas to be dispensed at the specific Liters Per Minute (LPM) that a physician has prescribed. Typically, a patient would connect a nasal cannula to the regulator attached to the oxygen tank. This allows for direct use of the oxygen therapy.