Continuous Positive Airway Pressure and Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure, or simply BiPAP, are nearly identical in function and construction (CPAP machine). It is a non-invasive form of treatment for those who have breathing problems, particularly sleep apnea. With a mask, BiPAP offers pressured air. By creating pressured air, the device keeps the muscles in the throat from collapsing and lessens congestion.
Who needs to use bipap therapy?
those who experience sleep apnea
patients suffering from cardiopulmonary conditions like cardiac arrest
Where CPAP fails to give the patient enough care
individuals with lung conditions, COPD, and neuromuscular difficulties