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CPAP Therapy Products

Patients can try, rent or buy the latest CPAP equipment with excellent after sales support and we will always follow your prescription

Devices, Masks and Accessories

Air Liquide Healthcare supplies the latest devices manufactured by world leading manufacturers ResMed, Philips Respironics, and Fisher & Paykel. The devices all operate on the same principle and each system has the same three basic components. The key differences between the devices come down to treatment algorithms, remote connectivity and other usability and comfort features.

All equipment supplied by Air Liquide Healthcare is included on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG). (Health funds may not reimburse the cost of equipment that is not TGA approved.)

Clinic versus buying online

First, patients do not have to buy their CPAP equipment.

With Air Liquide Healthcare they can try the equipment before making a decision, then rent, buy outright or buy on finance at reasonable terms.

We always recommend that patients visit our clinic for their first consultation so that they can try the different systems and see which best matches their needs. Some patients find that a combination of one manufacturer’s CPAP device and another’s mask suits them. We can explain how different equipment works together and come up with the best solution.

All CPAP equipment supplied by Air Liquide Healthcare is supported by our excellent after-sales support team.

Respect for your prescription

Air Liquide Healthcare always follows the doctor’s prescription – including the device prescribed, if there is one.

If, during our monitoring of the patient’s compliance and performance, we think that the therapy needs to be changed, we always refer the patient back to their doctor. 


Many patients with private health cover are eligible for a rebate on their CPAP devices depending on what kinds of extras are covered and to what amount

Under some circumstances, Medicare may contribute to the running costs of CPAP but does not fund the purchase or rental of the device

The Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) will cover all or some of the cost of CPAP for veterans under some circumstances and patients will need to check with the DVA for specifics