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Memory Foam Advanced CPAP Pillow Sleep Apnoea

£63.47

The Memory Foam Advanced CPAP / BIPAP Pillow was developed by Putnams with feedback from CPAP users for improving the sleep quality of Sleep Apnoea sufferers. It is British made from Memory foam in the original Putnam Pillow design loved by our customers for over 30 years.

  • Recommended by the NHS.
  • British Made.
  • 2 Year Guarantee.

The Putnams CPAP Pillow range deals with common complains including:

  • Mask pressure on the face
  • Mask leaks (air blowing into eyes + reduction in mask pressure)
  • General discomfort whilst at the same time using our vast experience in back care to improve posture whilst sleeping to reduce neck and back pain.

Our pillows are recommended by the British Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Association.

Pillow includes:

  1. Ear recess for side sleeping
  2. Curved recess for shoulders (if side sleeper)
  3. Rounded soft neck support
  4. Contoured ventilation to help heat escape from your face

Three Sizes available:

Large : 58cm x 33.5cm x 15cm (23'' x 13'' x 6'') (if you normally sleep on two pillows)

Medium : 52cm x 31cm x 13cm (20.5'' x 12'' x 5'') (if you normally sleep on one pillow)

Small : 52cm x 31cm x 9.5cm (20.5'' x 12'' x 3.75'') (for smaller frames/ stomach sleepers)

Includes Cotton removable zipped cover (hand washable).

Suitable for:

  • CPAP
  • BIPAP
  • PEEP
  • NIV (non invasive ventilation)
  • NIPPY
  • COPD
  • Nebulizers
  • Sleep Apnoea CPAP
  • Sleep Apnoea Bi-Level
  • Sleep Apnoea Facial Interface
  • Sleep Apnoea APAP
  • Oxygen Concentrators
  • Oxygen Systems
  • Ventilators
  • Respiratory Measurement Devices (Capnograph & Others)
  • Resuscitators

Sleep Apnoea is a growing condition with up to 4% of men and 2% of women diagnosed.

Common treatment forms include : mandibular advancement device and nasal continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines. These machines require breathing apparatus to be worn during sleep and this can be uncomfortable especially with side and front sleepers.