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DirectHomeMedical Launches Revolutionary "Barely There" TAP PAP Mask to Sleep Apnea Patients Nationwide
Date:3/22/2013

Hudson, NH (PRWEB) March 22, 2013

Adherence to CPAP therapy is a longstanding concern of physicians and treatment providers alike. It is estimated that from 46 - 83% of patients discontinue CPAP therapy within the first year, leaving them with untreated Obstructive Sleep Apnea (a major problem that can severely affect overall health and quality of life). Adding to this concern is the estimate that between 5 and 15% of adult Americans have Obstructive Sleep Apnea, leaving more than 85% of the affected population to be yet diagnosed or treated.

The new TAP PAP Nasal Pillow Mask from Airway Management (AMI) answers all of the problems associated with traditional CPAP masks that typically lead to discontinuance of therapy. These problems include instability, air leak, noise, pressure drop and head straps, which often render annoying marks on the face after use. "The extra stability provided by TAP PAP virtually eliminates air leaks, and headgear is now optional which will make most users happy," said Alastair McAuley, AMI's president.

The TAP PAP Nasal Pillows Mask is designed to give you "Freedom To Sleep." Unlike most CPAP masks, the barely there TAP PAP does not require headgear. TAP PAP's unique, adaptive frame is held in place by a soft, form-fitting mouthpiece that automatically aligns and stabilizes the mask regardless of movement or position during sleep. TAP PAP's precision aligned nasal pillows rest gently on the entrance to the nostrils for a comfortable, successful night's sleep.

DirectHomeMedical is confident that the new TAP PAP

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