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Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is used to support newborn babies with serious respiratory problems. CPAP is not normally available in low-middle income countries as it requires high flow levels of oxygen and air that are costly to provide. The Diamedica Baby CPAP is an oxygen concentrator-driven bubble CPAP system for use in areas with limited resources. This solution provides controllable, safe CPAP with minimal running costs.
 
Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is used to support newborn babies with serious respiratory problems. CPAP is not normally available in low-middle income countries as it requires high flow levels of oxygen and air that are costly to provide. The Diamedica Baby CPAP is an oxygen concentrator-driven bubble CPAP system for use in areas with limited resources. This solution provides controllable, safe CPAP with minimal running costs.
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Latest revision as of 09:49, 30 October 2015

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is used to support newborn babies with serious respiratory problems. CPAP is not normally available in low-middle income countries as it requires high flow levels of oxygen and air that are costly to provide. The Diamedica Baby CPAP is an oxygen concentrator-driven bubble CPAP system for use in areas with limited resources. This solution provides controllable, safe CPAP with minimal running costs.



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