What is V-Com
Take Your CPAP Treatment to the Next Level
Sleep Apnea impacts millions of people around the world, and CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) therapy has been proven effective as a treatment method. Despite this, less than 50% of people that start a CPAP routine have trouble adapting. Many abandon the process entirely. The reason for this is simple: standard CPAP devices are often loud, disruptive, and uncomfortable.
To combat this, leading sleep scientist Dr. William Noah recruited a research team and got to work trying to find ways to make CPAP more comfortable, impactful, and easier to use. V-ComTM is the result of their work. V-ComTM softens airflow, reduces noise, and helps sleep apnea patients (and their partners) enjoy a restful night of sleep while also preserving the positive impacts of expiratory positive airway pressure (EPAP).
Game-Changing Comfort & Accessibility
For people with sleep apnea, aerophagia, GERD, and other disruptive conditions, a good night’s sleep can feel impossible. Standard CPAP devices solve one problem while adding another – instead of losing sleep to breathing issues, people lose sleep to noisy machines, powerful air pressure, and general discomfort.
V-ComTM was designed to mitigate the negative aspects of CPAP therapy without limiting the device’s ability to deliver comprehensive breathing support. In addition to providing quiet, efficient support while inhaling and exhaling, V-ComTM can also decrease superfluous air consumption, eliminate leaks in the circuit, and reduce the inhalation of stomach acid. The best part? As an FDA-registered comfort device, V-ComTM doesn’t require a medical diagnosis or prescription and can be purchased by patients directly at any time.
The V-ComTM Difference
Improve early PAP tolerance with V-Com by providing your patients initial comfort without compromising their treatment.
Traditionally when a patient struggles with the constant flow of air pressure, pressure settings are reduced.
Reducing pressure settings to increase a patient’s initial tolerance improves comfort, but at a cost.
Decreasing pressure settings also means decreasing expiratory positive airway pressure (EPAP) which is principally responsible for therapy.
The V-Com effect is flow-dependent with its maximum comforting effect during the high inspiratory flows. As a result, V-Com has minimal effect on expiratory positive airway pressure.
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