A BiPAP. For Brayden, it might as well be a medieval torture device. For a child that loathes/screams when his face is touched, how can we keep this on him all night?
Every night will get easier, right?
For the first several nights, we watched as he dozed off to sleep with the BiPAP machine on. I watched his breathing.
A remarkable difference. Without the breathing assistance, his breathes are swallow, tight and fast. Seeing those deep, long breathes with the help, it is easy to see how much he needs it.