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What's a CPAP Machine?

"CPAP machine" is a general term often used to describe various machines that treat sleep apnea. These machines deliver air through tubing and into a mask to keep your airway open while you sleep. This process is known as sleep therapy and is designed to help you get a restful night's sleep.

Which machine is right for you? 

One Pressure

A CPAP is a fixed- pressure machine, which means it delivers one consistent airflow pressure that is set by your doctor.

Auto- Adjusting Pressure

An APAP is an auto- adjustment machine that changes your airflow pressure levels throughout the night based on your sleep position and what stage of sleep your in.

Two Air Pressure 

A bilevel is ideal for people who have trouble adjusting to airflow pressure. it includes two pressure level settings: a higher pressure when you inhale, and a lower pressure when you exhale to improve breathing comfort.

Travel- friendly 

Portable CPAPs, like ResMed AirMini, offer many of the same benefits as a traditional machine with the convenience of being much smaller. AirMini is the world's smallest CPAP, weighing less than a pound and fitting in the palm of your hand.

Types of Machines

Air Sense 11 Series

Air Sense 10 Series

Air Curve 10 Bilevel

AirMini Portable CPAP


Fayette Medical Supply, Inc. is your trusted local source for medical equipment. Our highly experienced and knowledgeable team will sit down with you and explain how your machine works. As well as answer all your questions on improving CPAP performance. With many years of experience and working with these machines every day, you can feel confident that you are in good hands.

Set Ups

Help install/ Set up your CPAP Machine.


Explain how the CPAP machines work and its use.


Teach the customer how to care for their machine/ clean up.

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I haven't slept well for 25 years until my sleep doctor suggested a CPAP machine. Been using it for several years and have never had better sleep. It's a life changer. I even bought a second one for back up. I take it on business trips and vacations. I won't take an afternoon nap without it. Love it! - William K.
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