Replacing your CPAP supplies and equipment
To enjoy successful CPAP therapy, you need to ensure that your equipment is replaced according to the recommended schedule. This is especially important for mask components, which can be affected by dirt, oils and residues from your skin.
Top 3 reasons to replace your CPAP equipment regularly
CPAP user who regularly renew their equipment enjoy a 24% increase in the number of hours of they sleep while on therapy each night.1
Sleep better and feel better2
The majority of CPAP users who regularly renew their equipment say that they sleep better and have a more positive outlook on life.2
Make the most of your CPAP therapy
CPAP users who regularly renew their mask equipment are twice as likely to stay on track and continue their sleep apnoea therapy long-term.1
When do CPAP components need to be replaced?
A component’s lifespan depends on your usage frequency, cleaning routine and whether the component touches your face. Check components regularly for signs of wear and tear. When your CPAP equipment is working at its best, you’ll be able to tell the difference. Talk to your care provider about your coverage and replacement schedule options
Need help replacing and ordering your CPAP supplies?
All ResMed CPAP supplies and replacement parts can be purchased from our convenient online shop or through your care provider.
Starting your CPAP therapy at home
You’ve recently been diagnosed with sleep apnoea; we’re here to help you get started. Learn more about this therapy, including how to set up your equipment and monitor your results. You can also watch other CPAP users share their experiences.
Simple steps to enjoy a better PAP experience
Do you wish PAP therapy was easier or more comfortable? Do you have questions about cleaning and maintaining your equipment? Our free ebook is full of ideas and advice to help you enjoy a more comfortable PAP experience.
- Benjafield A et al.,“Impact of a mask resupply program on therapy compliance: a retrospective analysis”, SLEEP, Volume 41, Abstract Supplement, 2018
- ResMed external clinical study of 400 PAP patients, conducted between 16/10/2017 – 27/10/2017, 2017 data on file; ID C278965.