CPAP Machine Cleaning -- Consumer Update and Video


Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Machine Cleaning

Devices that claim to use ozone gas or UV light to clean CPAP machines do not have FDA clearance or approval.
If you use a CPAP machine at night to help you breathe during sleep, you know it can be difficult to keep up a regular cleaning schedule. A dirty CPAP machine contaminated with germs like viruses and bacteria can make you sick. So automated machines advertised on TV that claim to clean or disinfect your CPAP might look like a good option. 

But you should think twice before buying a machine that claims to clean or disinfect a CPAP.

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