Who are ResMed?

Who are ResMed?

CPAP Organisation is a proud supplier of ResMed CPAP equipment, a company founded in Australia.

Dr Peter Farrell

ResMed is a global medical device company that specializes in the treatment and management of sleep-disordered breathing, such as sleep apnea. The company was founded in 1989 by Dr Peter Farrell AM, a biochemist and entrepreneur, in Sydney, Australia.

In the early days, the company focused on developing continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) devices for the treatment of sleep apnea. CPAP is a treatment that uses a machine to deliver air pressure through a mask to help keep the airway open during sleep.

In the 1990s, ResMed expanded its product offerings to include diagnostic devices, such as sleep labs and monitors, as well as software solutions for the management and analysis of sleep data.

In 2000, the company went public on the Australian Stock Exchange and later in the same year listed on the NASDAQ in the United States.

Over the years, ResMed has continued to innovate and develop new products and technologies to improve the treatment and management of sleep-disordered breathing. In 2006, the company introduced its first-ever mask-free sleep apnea treatment, which uses a device that fits in the nose to deliver air pressure. In 2012, ResMed launched its AirSense 10 line of CPAP devices, which are equipped with advanced features such as wireless connectivity and data tracking.

ResMed has also expanded its presence globally, with a strong presence in North America, Europe and Asia. In addition, the company has made strategic acquisitions, such as Brightree LLC, a cloud-based software provider for the post-acute care market, and Propeller Health, a digital health company that specializes in respiratory disease management.

Today, ResMed is a leading provider of innovative solutions for the treatment and management of sleep-disordered breathing. The company's products and technologies are used by patients, healthcare professionals, and payers around the world to improve the quality of life for people with sleep apnea and other respiratory conditions.

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