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[CPAP] Seeking machine recommendations
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(12-21-2012, 11:49 PM)PaulaO2 Wrote: No Resmed with "Escape" in the name and no Respironics with the word "Plus" in the name.

Which Icon is to be avoided? Anyone remember?
http://www.fphcare.com.au/products/fp-icon-auto/

F&P ICON Models and Features Matrix
Performance Features .........Auto ..... Premo .......Novo
Fully Integrated ................ • ............ • ........... •
ThermoSmart Technology*.. • ............ • ........... •
Auto-Adjusting Pressure ......•
Efficacy Reporting ............. • ............ •
Compliance Reporting ......... • ............ • ........... •
InfoUSB™......................... • ............ • ........... •
SensAwake ...................... • ............ •
Proportional Ramp .............. • ............ • ............ •
Auto-Altitude Adjusting .. Automatic ..Automatic ..Manual
Leak Compensation ............. • ........... •
Clock and AlarmTunes ......... • ........... • ............. •
InfoSmart Software ............ • ........... • ............. •
* In some countries the ThermoSmart Tube needs to be purchased as an accessory to activate ThermoSmart Technology.

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(12-23-2012, 05:15 PM)archangle Wrote: I believe the current 60 series Pro machines all do the AutoIQ functions. They may or may not be labeled AutoIQ. Of course, Respironics has always had confusing labeling.
confusing is understatement

System One Auto-Trial and CPAP-Check modes available on both the Auto and Pro
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tu42KzPBc...e=youtu.be
http://www.healthcare.philips.com/us_en/.../index.wpd

CPAP specifications guide
http://respironicsremstars.respironics.com/
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ResMed S9 Specifications guide and comparison chart
http://www.resmed.com/us/products/s9_ser...nc=dealers

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DeVilbiss IntelliPAP Comparison chart
http://www.devilbisshealthcare.com/produ...ap-devices

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Fisher and Paykel models
http://www.fphcare.com.au/products/fp-icon-auto/
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#23
Zonk, is there a Respironics comparison chart?

I'm thinking about putting together a spreadsheet of all of these machines then making it a wikipage or for download.

Using the links above, I could find either a side-by-side comparison or could click one then another then gather data from there. I couldn't find a way to do either of this with Respirionics.
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(12-26-2012, 05:03 PM)PaulaO2 Wrote: Zonk, is there a Respironics comparison chart?

I'm thinking about putting together a spreadsheet of all of these machines then making it a wikipage or for download.

Using the links above, I could find either a side-by-side comparison or could click one then another then gather data from there. I couldn't find a way to do either of this with Respirionics.
see the link post #22

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Duh. Thanks.
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