Philips Respironics has unveiled its latest and most advanced CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) device, REMstar Pro, which it hopes will help people suffering from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
The device comes with an AutoIQ mode that will track a patient's progress over several nights and will use the data to establish or readjust to an ideal therapy pressure. Philips Respironics revealed that the user can do this all by himself without the need of a provider visiting the patient's home.
AdvertisementCommenting on the device, Philips' John Frank said, "REMstar Pro with AutoIQ demonstrates our ongoing pledge to providers and their patients to be their ally in better sleep and breathing. By providing intelligent solutions and advancements in technology, we are shaping the future of sleep therapy."
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