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How to prepare your humidity for the Canadian winter

Tuesday, October 16, 2018 - Product spotlight
Cold breath in winter - an increase in dry air

The Benefits of heated tubing for your CPAP

One of the most common complaints about CPAP therapy is nasal congestion and dryness. These symptoms can be a barrier to adherence to this life-improving therapy, but recent advances in humidification can help.

Heated CPAP tubing is designed to improve symptoms of nasal dryness and congestion. Most people switch to using it during the winter months, and receive the advantage of fully humidified warm air with no rain-out in the tubing.

Heated tube equipment for the Canadian winter

ClimateLineAirTM heated tube

  • Breathe warmed air during your CPAP therapy with a ClimateLineAir heated tube. It is designed to maintain the temperature of the humidified air as it passes through the tube.
  • ClimateLineAir is our most advanced heated tubing

Key features

  • Set and forget. Because the temperature sensor is built into the mask end of the ClimateLineAir tube, the temperature will remain at your preferred setting
  • Constant comfort. Consistent humidification throughout the night
  • Key technologies. New swivel connection for improved usability and sleeping comfort

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