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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
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