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Difference from CPAP

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Various treatments are available for OSAS. The representative treatment is CPAP.
This page gives an overview of CPAP and difference from nastent.

nastent classic
CPAP Oral Appliance
Treatment nastent CPAP Oral Appliance
Treatment principle By inserting the tube before you go to sleep it secures the airway preventing obstruction while a sleep. Prevent narrowing or obstruction of the airway while asleep with air pressure. By securing the lower jaw to the front it prevents the narrowing and obstruction of the airway.
Pros ・ Immediately available
・ Can be used anywhere
(No power supply required, in a foreign country, etc.)
・ As light as 45 g
・ Does not disturb appearance
・ Can drink, talk, read, or watch TV while equipped
・ No daily care required (disposable after one-day use)
・ Immediately available
・ Covered by health insurance
・ Numerous therapeutic effect evidence
・ Also effective for apnea due to fall of tongue root
・ Covered by health insurance
・ Lightweight
・ Made-to-order
・ Can read or watch TV while equipped
Cons ・ Not covered by health insurance (with no restriction on scope of use)
・ Effect of treatment is limited to narrowing and obstruction of upper airway
・ Stable power supply is required
・ CPAP body alone weights approximately 1 kg and also requires hose and mask
・ Cannot drink or talk when equipped (Can read or watch TV depending on mask type)
・ Requires regular maintenance
・ Needs to see a doctor once a month
・ Requires time since it is made to order
・ Hurts the lower jaw
・ Cannot use with a person without teeth
・ Needs to see a dentist as referred to by a doctor
・ Requires regular maintenance
・ Requires examination at a medical institution
Treatment Scope Snore, mild OSAS Moderate to severe OSAS Mild OSAS

nastent

nastent
  • Treatment principle

    By inserting the tube before you go to sleep it secures the airway preventing obstruction while a sleep.
  • Pros

    ・ Immediately available
    ・ Can be used anywhere
    (No power supply required, in a foreign country, etc.)
    ・ As light as 45 g
    ・ Does not disturb appearance
    ・ Can drink, talk, read, or watch TV while equipped
    ・ No daily care required (disposable after one-day use)
  • Cons

    ・ Not covered by health insurance (with no restriction on scope of use)
    ・ Effect of treatment is limited to narrowing and obstruction of upper airway
  • Treatment Scope

    Snore, mild OSAS

CPAP

CPAP
  • Treatment principle

    Prevent narrowing or obstruction of the airway while asleep with air pressure.
  • Pros

    ・ Immediately available
    ・ Covered by health insurance
    ・ Numerous therapeutic effect evidence
    ・ Also effective for apnea due to tonsillar hypertrophy, or obesity or fall of tongue root
  • Cons

    ・ Stable power supply is required
    ・ CPAP body alone weights approximately 1 kg and also requires hose and mask
    ・ Cannot drink or talk when equipped (Can read or watch TV depending on mask type)
    ・ Requires regular maintenance
    ・ Needs to see a doctor once a month
  • Treatment Scope

    Moderate to severe OSAS

Oral Appliance

Oral Appliance
  • Treatment principle

    By securing the lower jaw to the front it prevents the narrowing and obstruction of the airway.
  • Pros

    ・ Covered by health insurance
    ・ Lightweight
    ・ Made-to-order
    ・ Can read or watch TV while equipped
  • Cons

    ・ Requires time since it is made to order
    ・ Hurts the lower jaw
    ・ Cannot use with a person without teeth
    ・ Needs to see a dentist as referred to by a doctor
    ・ Requires regular maintenance
    ・ Requires examination at a medical institution
  • Treatment Scope

    Mild OSAS
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nastent™ is a medical device
It is a one-time use disposable medical device, and is available in six different lengths and two types of hardness.
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