In early August, we gave an update on the Philips Respironics Voluntary Recall that has led to thousands of CPAP patients needing to replace their machines. This recall directly led to a nationwide CPAP machine shortage of ResMed AirSense and AirMini, further leaving patients in the lurch.
We know this is a very confusing time with both the recall and the shortage. We wish we had all of the answers — and machines — but we will continue to pass along any news we receive regarding this issue that we’re all going through in order to keep you as informed as possible. We aren’t just sleep apnea advocates, we’re your sleep apnea advocates.
Which CPAP Machines Does cpapRX Have Available?
We know lots of folks are scrambling to find a replacement machine for their Philips Dreamstation. While we feel awful that we can’t get each patient the machine they need right now, we do have a limited stock of ResMed AirSense 10 machines on sale while supplies last.
AirSense™ 10 CPAP Machine with HumidAir™
AirSense 10 has been the most popular replacement for Dreamstation, but know that we do also have ResMed AirCurve machines in stock. This is a fantastic CPAP machine with enhanced settings and various pressure options.
AirCurve™ 10 S Machine with HumidAir™
How Will I Know When New CPAP Machines Come Into Stock?
Patients are our priority here at cpapRx and our entire team is invested in getting these machines in, and into your hands, as quickly as possible.
By signing up for our newsletter you can rest assured that you will be the very first to know when new machines come into stock. This is the best way to stay up-to-date on shortages, recalls, and new product launches.
I Still Have Questions or Concerns, What Should I Do?
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We’ll get through this together.
Dr. Yaish, Kelsey, Laura and everyone else at the cpapRX Clinical Team