Bongo Rx Sleep Therapy EPAP Device for Mild to Moderate OSA and Snoring
The Bongo RX is an Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure (EPAP) therapy device for mild to moderate Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and snoring. This reusable nasal EPAP device is indicated for use in patients with mild to moderate sleep apnea who prefer them to PAP devices, who do not respond to, are not appropriate candidates for, or who fail treatment attempts with CPAP.
The BongoRX device consists of a conjoined set of soft nasal EPAP valves inserted in the nares creating back pressure on exhalation, making it a potentially viable alternative to PAP therapy for patients with mild-to-moderate OSA. The portability and usability of the Bongo Rx are its key differentiating factors when compared to other EPAP devices. BongoRX Sleep Therapy device works by creating resistance on exhale of breath.
During inhalation, small valves open to allow you to inhale normally through the device. When nasal dilation is increased, the inhalation capacity is likewise increased. During exhalation, the valves restrict expiratory flow of exhaled air through specifically designed vent holes to generate EPAP (Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure), which significantly expands the airway. Nasal dilation coupled with EPAP has a significant impact on the functionality of the airway during sleep.
Please Note: This device will NOT work effectively if you have an AHI greater than 30 (more than 30 episodes an hour) which is referred to as Severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
Due to the nature of this product, we are unable to exchange or refund this item.
It’s important to know that Bongo takes a little while to get used to. When recommending Bongo, many Australian Sleep Physicians tell their patients “they must use the whole packet, just as with antibiotics”. Your initial aim should be to fall asleep whilst wearing Bongo. It is quite normal to wake when first trying Bongo. If you can’t go back to sleep, remove Bongo but try again the next night. It is important to use Bongo every night. Missing a night can set you back 4-5 nights in the acclimatisation process. It takes on average 10-15 nights for most people to learn to sleep with Bongo. For some people, this is longer but that is ok. Remember each time you fall asleep with it; your body is becoming more acclimatised to Bongo.
Tip: When trying to fall asleep breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth. Once you fall asleep, most people naturally switch back to nasal breathing.
How to order
Add the products you would like to purchase into your cart, then please proceed to checkout. You will receive a confirmation email when payment has been received. If your products needs proof of therapy please email the information to info@cpapvictoria as soon as possible so that we can set up your new device and send it as soon as possible.
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