We all know about obstructive sleep apnea. Just in case you don’t know, it is the most common form of sleep apnea and is usually resulted from the partial or complete blocking of the upper airway. It is illustrated by the recurring episodes of paused or shallow breathing while sleep and is generally related to a decrease in blood oxygen saturation.
Recently, Royal Philips declared the roll out of its DreamStation Go, the smallest and newest positive airway pressure system developed to make traveling easier for patients experiencing the obstructive sleep apnea. The new device is half the size of earlier generation devices of Philips and offers the similar clinically validated comfort and performance.
The slim-profile and the prudent system has a weight of less than 2 pounds and is provided with an inbuilt power supply that aids minimize the number of items to pack. The new 12mm micro-flexible tubing of Philips carries on the condensed trend across the integrated device, reducing bulk while enhancing the comfort and mobility. The DreamStation Go fulfills the FAA standards for use in flight, so the patients can keep pace with treatment even when taking a red-eye or extended flight.
Almost 100 million people across the world are affected by obstructive sleep apnea, and the majority of them depend on positive airway pressure therapy to enhance their quality of life. DreamStation Go is accessible in either auto-titrated APAP or fixed-pressure continuous positive airway pressure model. Both the alternatives are Bluetooth-enabled for easy transfer of data to the Care Orchestrator and EncoreAnywhere cloud-based patient management systems of Philips for clinicians. The incorporation of dreamMApper application of Philips makes it possible for the users to simply check therapy fidelity across several systems from one fused dashboard.
Mark D’Angelo of Philips said, “We developed the DreamStation Go as a comprehensive system with brief features and validates performance to aid in reducing the requirement to forgo dependable therapy for ease when traveling and vice versa, thus permitting for the best possible sleep at night no matter where it happens.”
So, if you are experiencing obstructive sleep apnea, then don’t forget to carry your DreamStation Go when you will be traveling. Have a sound sleep..!!