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University of Iowa Health Care Sleep Solutions


901 East 2nd Avenue
Unit 120
Coralville, IA 52241

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Education, training, and follow-up care for all of your sleep apnea products and supplies

Why choose UI Health Care Sleep Solutions for your sleep supply needs?

UI Health Care Sleep Solutions is part of the medical supply company of University of Iowa Health Care. We provide education, training, and follow-up care for all of your sleep apnea-related products and supplies. We work with your physician and insurance company to make sure your sleep care is coordinated, comfortable, and affordable.

At UI Health Care Sleep Solutions, we offer the highest quality sleep products to ensure an enjoyable experience in choosing and becoming accustomed to using your sleep therapy device. Our staff is trained in fitting and routine care for all brands, and we will gladly assist you in making the best decisions for your health. Our goal is to have you set up with your equipment and supplies the day you receive your diagnosis.

Why do I need a sleep device?

Your physician has diagnosed you with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a disorder in which the airway collapses during sleep, causing breathing to stop and restart repeatedly. The most noticeable signs of OSA are excessive sleepiness and loud snoring, although not everyone who has OSA exhibits these symptoms.

If you think you may have sleep apnea and could benefit from a sleep device, schedule an appointment with our sleep disorders clinic.

What types of sleep devices are available?

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)

The most common treatment for sleep apnea, CPAP treatment involves wearing a mask, connected by a tube to a blower that delivers airway pressure. The air pressure acts as an air “splint” to keep the upper airway open. Since pressure requirements vary for each person, your doctor will determine how much pressure is right for you during a sleep study or may prescribe an automatic positive airway pressure (APAP) device to determine the proper pressure.

Automatic Positive Airway Pressure (APAP)

APAP delivers continually adjusting air pressure based on sleep events that occur during use of the device. These machines adjust pressure breath by breath in order to provide the lowest, most comfortable pressure necessary. These are often used to monitor patients within their home for the best therapy pressure amounts.

Bi-Level Positive Airway Pressure (BiPAP, VPAP, or BPAP)

It delivers pressure at two different levels: higher for inhaling and lower for exhaling. Some medical conditions may require pressure at these different levels.

Your doctor will prescribe the device that is best suited to your diagnosis.

Additional sleep-related services

  • Large stock of sleep masks
  • Electronic compliance/therapy monitoring
  • Direct reports for physicians
  • 30-day mask guarantees on most models
  • Continued follow up with patients after initial setup
  • Oximetry monitoring online
  • Auto titrations
  • Cheyne-Stokes detection
  • SoClean sanitizing unit
  • Portable CPAPs and accessories
  • Collaboration with all insurance carriers
  • Payment plans available for deductible/co-pays