Breathe Safely

A CPAP machine with an integrated air quality monitor.

  • Lifesaving Innovation
  • For Use on CPAP Machines
  • Provides An Additional Level of Protection Beyond Smoke
  • and Carbon Monoxide Detectors
  • Features An Air Quality Sensor at the Air Intake Area
  • CPAP Will Immediately Shut Down If a Contaminant in the Air Is Detected
  • Audible Alarm Will Wake and Notify the User


Patent Pending

Story Behind the Invention

Inventor Victoria Miller of Fremont, NE has developed a CPAP machine with an integrated air quality monitor.

The idea was born after being involved in a house fire. Victoria was sound asleep and wearing her CPAP device. Unfortunately, old batteries were still in her smoke detectors when the fire occurred. In turn, Victoria inhaled a moderate amount of electrical smoke and suffered carbon monoxide poisoning. If it was not for the quick thinking of her neighbor, her boyfriend, and their service dogs, Victoria would have been a lot worse off. She could have died from inhaling all the smoke through her CPAP. Many people get busy with life and forget to check the small things that matter most. Breathe Safely is her solution.

But how does it work? The invention features an air quality sensor at the air intake area. Should a contaminant in the air be detected while the CPAP machine is running, the machine will immediately shut down and sound an audible alarm to wake and notify the user. This allows the user to take appropriate corrective action before the situation turns more serious - or even deadly!

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