Osa treatment

Obstructive sleep apnoea treatment

The most effective obstructive sleep apnoea treatment

Once a patient has been diagnosed with sleep apnoea, Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is the recommended treatment. CPAP is recognised as the gold standard of obstructive sleep apnoea treatment.

A CPAP machine prevents a patient’s upper airway from collapsing during sleep by providing a flow of air through the nose and/or mouth using a specialised mask.

CPAP masks

Pharmacy Sleep Services know that the most critical part of CPAP therapy is the mask, that’s why Pharmacy Sleep Services offer all market leading brands – to tailor therapy to your patients.

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Types of masks

Full face mask

Full face masks


Full face masks let you breathe with your mouth open while you sleep.

Nasal pillow mask

Nasal pillow masks

Nasal pillow masks provide a seal around each nostril with minimum contact to the face.

Nasal cradle mask

Nasal cradle mask


Nasal cradle masks eliminate contact with the bridge of your nose.

Nose nasal mask

On the nose nasal mask

Nasal masks are ideal if you breathe through your nose while you sleep.

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CPAP therapy trial

Pharmacy Sleep Services know adjusting to therapy can be difficult, that is why we work with pharmacies to offer a 4-week trial of CPAP therapy.

During this time pharmacies deepen their relationships with their patients, by tailoring therapy (changing mask or device settings) to help patients adapt to therapy, and continue long term use.

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Connected Care solutions

We offer CPAP devices that have access to remote monitoring meaning a patient can get a deeper level of care from their pharmacy staff. With remote monitoring pharmacies are able to track their patients usage of their CPAP device to help patients adapt to therapy and continue long term use.

The best in CPAP

Pharmacy Sleep Services is the only pharmacy-based sleep apnoea program which

offers pharmacies and patients access to all market leading brands including:

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Patient stories

Explaining how a CPAP machine works and the benefits it has for obstructive sleep apnoea affected patients is the most important step in ensuring successful treatment. Not only will CPAP improve a patient’s snoring, but it will improve their health and quality of life.

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