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Humidification with CPAP therapy is used to reduce dryness and skin irritation and to improve patient compliance. There are two primary types of CPAP humidifiers - heated and passover (or passive). Humidifiers can also be categorized as "integrated" or "stand alone".
Heating the water chamber of a CPAP humidifier does two things:
The heat "excites" the water molecules and tends to allow the passing air to "pick up" the excited water molecules
The heated air in the water chamber can hold more water than colder air which allows more moisture to be delivered to the patient
An "integrated" humidifier is one that is designed to connect to a CPAP machine without a length of tubing between the humidifer and CPAP machine. Integrated humidifiers are designed for a specific CPAP machine or series of machines. A "stand alone" humidifer is one that must be connected to a CPAP machine using a length of tubing. Stand alone humidifiers work with just about any type of CPAP machine (i.e there are really no compatibility issues with stand alone humidifiers).
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