DO NOT PUT YOURSELF AT RISK:
Click here for instructions on how to package, sterilize, and label your donated CPAP / BIPAP machine. Do not donate machines that you are actively using. Maintain 6 feet of distance and follow proper hand-washing procedures before, during, and after delivery.
PLEASE DO NOT DONATE MACHINES THAT ARE IN USE:
Do not donate machines they are actively relied on for medical purposes.
PLEASE DO NOT DONATE MACHINES IF YOU HAVE BEEN SICK IN THE LAST 14 DAYS:
We want to keep everyone healthy. If you or someone in your house has been sick in the past 14 days, please do not donate your machine.
What if my machine was issued through my medical insurance provider?
Please check with your insurance provider if your machine is still being paid off or already in your ownership. You should only donate machines that you own.
How are CPAP/BiPAPs being used for COVID-19?
There is significant precedent to hospitals incorporating these home-use machines in this crisis. The FDA issued guidance to help facilitate their use in hospitals, and doctors in Mt. Sinai Hospital and Northwell Health in NY both issued recent protocols for using home-use BiPAP-ST machines in a hospital setting to treat COVID-19 patients.