Welcome to CPAP guide

Home care can be one of the most rewarding experiences as a Respiratory Care Practitioner. Families and patient’s lives are directly affected by the care they receive at home.  With proper training life can continue with fewer hospital visits.

My mother was using home BiPAP up until her passing.

Recently a friend, Kate T. told me she may need CPAP at home and I begin to think how I could contribute indirectly to helping  people with home care since I retired out of Respiratory Therapy and this website is my answer.  I also began a blogspot on google called All About Breathing.

As a former Respiratory Therapist the most important tips I can give to you in closing are to stop smoking, improve your diet, get exercise, and of course if you need to lose weight.

If you like use the contact form to help me develop this site in the most positive way to help others.

If you like use the contact form to help me develop this site in the most positive way to help others.

by Rebecca Beggs Former RRT, CRTT, RCP

 

 

*Featured image source Mitra Sahara via Flickr.