Why should I travel with my CPAP device?
How do I make it easier to carry my CPAP device while travelling?
Can I use my CPAP device in foreign countries?
What should I do if my device stops working while I’m away?
Can I bring my CPAP device on a plane?
Can I use my CPAP device on a plane?
Will airport X-ray machines damage my CPAP device?
Can I use my CPAP device on a train or bus?
Can I use my CPAP device on a boat?
Can I use my CPAP device while camping?
I’m travelling at a high altitude. Do I need to change the pressure of my machine?
- Most devices automatically adjust to changes in altitude (up to about 2,500 metres), except for certain Fisher & Paykel (200 and 600 series), REMstar Plus and Respironics (M series) models.
- On some models, altitude pressure compensation can be adjusted manually to provide the most effective treatment. The following models provide this feature:
- Fisher & Paykel (200 and 600 series)
- REMstar Plus
- Respironics, M series