Sleep Apnea Therapy

Establishing effective
sleep apnea therapy

The benefits of positive airway pressure (PAP) therapy to the sleep apnea patient have been well documented. Unfortunately, many people have difficulty accepting or adapting to therapy because treatment can seem overwhelming, complex and uncomfortable. That, in turn, can complicate things for the provider.

Working closely with customers and their patients, we’re developing sleep apnea therapy solutions that not only achieve clinical efficacy and streamline care, but are designed to be inviting to use night after night so patients can enjoy better days.


Get more information about Philips Respironics sleep apnea therapy solutions.
Untreated sleep apnea can result in a range of health issues
Untreated sleep apnea can result in a range of health issues

Supporting Sleep Apnea Patients

biggest loser sleep apnea video

“You’ll love the fact that you’re feeling rested and have the energy to get through the day.”


Ashley Johnston, The Biggest Loser

identifying sleep apnea therapy issues
Discomfort, issues related to the bed partner, and travel are common sleep apnea therapy roadblocks.
sleepmapper therapy management system
Mobile and web-based systems may help patients embrace sleep apnea therapy.
A patient talks about his experience with our Wisp miniaml contact nasal mask.