• What is BiPAP?

    • BiPAP
      BiPAP stands for Bilevel positive airway pressure and is a non-invasive ventilatory assist machine. Non- invasive ventilation machines are those that assist breathing by pushing air into the lungs through a mask worn over the nose.
  • Difference between CPAP and BiPAP

    • BiPAP & CIPAP
      Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP): CPAP is a fixed positive pressure throughout the respiratory cycle.
    • BiPAP & CIPAP
      Bi-level positive airway pressure (BiPAP): BiPAP is when the ventilator delivers different levels of pressure during inspiration (IPAP) and expiration (EPAP).
      BiPAP ventilation appears to be more effective in reducing need for tracheal intubation in patients.
  • What is an Oxygen Concentrator?

    • Oxygen Concentrator
      An oxygen concentrator is a medical device used to deliver oxygen to those who require it.
    • The concentrator takes room air and passes it through the filtering system in the machine and converts it to more pure oxygen. In other words, it circulates the room air through and changes it from regular room air (around 21% oxygen) to around 95% oxygen. These machines can be run 24 hours per day.


  • Electromedics Achievement
    EMPL is Consistantly awarded by philips HHS CPM . For Best NIV Sales and Clinical Excellence awards 2013 & 14.
  • Electromedics Achievement
    Awarded By Indian Society Of Anaesthesio logic Maharashtra state Misacon 2012 & 14 at Kolhapur for best stall award.