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Our Range

Our CPAP machine range features the latest CPAP devices from leading manufacturers.

All CPAP machines come with a warranty and the team at Blooms The Chemist will be happy to assist you with your CPAP needs over the life of your machine.

Understanding CPAP Machines

CPAP stands for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure. There are three main types typically, referred to as ‘CPAP machines’ although some are technically APAP (automatic positive airway pressure) or Bi-PAP (bi-level therapy).

CPAP machines deliver constant airflow which is why it is also known as a fixed-pressure Sleep Apnoea machine.

 

APAP machines vary the pressure automatically in response to your needs.

BI-PAP machines are for patients requiring high pressure and deliver a different pressure level for breathing in and breathing out.

 

CPAP Brands

ResMed is a pioneer and global leader in sleep technology that has its origins right here in Australia.

Philips leverage advanced technology and deep clinical and consumer insights to deliver integrated solutions.

Finding the right CPAP machine...

Phillips

DreamStation

The Philips DreamStation is the best-selling automatic CPAP machine in the Philips Respironics range.
 

- Small and light

- Easy-to-read colour display panel

- Easy-to-maintain

- Free DreamMapper App for sleep goals

- CPAP Therapy connectivity via App

- Bluetooth connection

- Cellular modem included (RRP $199)

- Includes 5 years warranty

Phillips

DreamStation Go

A compact CPAP machine suitable for everyday use at home and also for overnight stays away from home, such as hospital visits, holidays and camping. The Philips DreamStation Go is compatible with all CPAP masks and engineered to lightweight while still delivering excellent CPAP therapy.
 
- Compatible with all CPAP masks

- Lightweight at 800 grams and dimensions of 15cm x 15cm x 9cm

- Flat, seamless design that won’t catch on other luggage

- Comes with a 12mm microflex hose

- Includes 5 year warranty

ResMed

AirSense 10

The ResMed Airsense 10 is the premium automatic CPAP machine in the ResMed range.

 

- Auto adjust for comfort

- Daily sleep feedback

- Intuitive on-screen design

- Easy-to-start

- Heated air tube for comfort

- Free myAir app

ResMed

AirSense 10 For Her

The ResMed AirSense 10 Autoset For Her (4G) is the first dedicated algorithm to respond to female-specific characteristics of obstructive sleep apnoea.

 

- Auto adjust for comfort

- Daily sleep feedback

- Intuitive on-screen design

- Easy-to-start

- Heated air tube for comfort

CPAP Machine FAQs

Does the Philips DreamStation Go fit with my ResMed mask?

Yes. All machines and masks

Does the Philips DreamStation Go come with a hose?

Yes, it comes with a 12mm microflex hose that can be used with any CPAP mask

Can I make a claim with my healthcare provider if I purchase my CPAP machine from you?

Yes, we provide a tax invoice for rebates.

Does the machine come with a warranty?

Yes, all CPAP machines have a warranty. The warranty period varies with the machine and product package purchased.

- Philips DreamStation - 5 year warranty

- Philips DreamStation machine + mask package - 5 year warranty on machine

- ResMed - 2 year warranty

- ResMed machine + mask package - 3 year warranty on machine

What do I do if I need to replace my machine under warranty?

A CPAP specialist team member at one of our online distribution centres will organise for a replacement machine or replacement parts to be delivered to you, and your old machine picked up for return. Alternatively, you can visit any Blooms The Chemist store and a team member will assist you. Please contact help@bloomsthechemist.com.au if you require assistance with a CPAP machine warranty.

 

Does the the Philips DreamStation Go need to be connected to a power source?

Yes, the Philips DreamStation Go needs to be continuously connected to a power supply.  This can be a travel power adaptor.

Where can I hire a CPAP machine?

Your local Blooms The Chemist store may be able to assist you with a hire CPAP machine so that you can see if it will be suitable for your needs. To hire a machine we require that you have completed a sleep study with your doctor or the overnight sleep test. For more information you can contact help@bloomsthechemist.com.au or your local store. 

Is it OK if my new CPAP machine operates at a higher pressure?

If you have replaced an older CPAP machine you might find that your new CPAP machine supplies a higher pressure.

What is the purpose of the humidifier in the CPAP machine?

Humidifiers can help to reduce some of the side-effects of CPAP therapy, such as a dry nose, by increasing the moisture content of the air that is being delivered to you by your CPAP machine.

What is the purpose of the tubing used with a CPAP machine?

Tubing is used to carry air from your CPAP machine to your mask. Check your tubing regularly to ensure it is clean and free of tears.

What is the purpose of the filter in my CPAP machine?

Filters help to remove allergens and protect your CPAP machine from dust. Some CPAP machines have two filters - a regular filter and an ultra-fine filter. Reusable filters are made from foam and can be reused by washing with warm, soapy water once per week. Disposable filters should be replaced when they become discoloured, or about once a month.

Contact us at help@bloomsthechemsit.com.au or visit your local Blooms The Chemist store if you have further questions and we will happy to assist.

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