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Do women breathe differently?
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RE: Do women breathe differently?
Becker,
I found the Autoset mode and set my machine to it, but did not find a Response setting with the option for Soft. I fear my machine is too old to have the Soft setting. Does anyone else have suggestions where to look? 
Thank you.
TiredOne
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RE: Do women breathe differently?
I just checked my Autoset 10 for Her, 6 months old, and no "Soft" setting either.
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RE: Do women breathe differently?
I just re-checked the menus in my A10 For Her.  In the Clinical Menu/Settings:  under Mode options are: CPAP, Autoset, Autoset For Her.  If Mode is set to Autoset, the 1st item under Comfort is Response, with options Standard or Soft.  The Response setting only appears if Mode is set to Autoset.

Hope this helps.
A.Becker
PAPing in NE Ohio, with a pack of Cairn terriers
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RE: Do women breathe differently?
I checked again. I set my A10 to Autoset and the first item under Comfort is Ramp Time. No Response setting appears at all. Guess this is a question for ResMed. Based on your results, I would like to try the Soft setting. Thank you, Becker, for checking again.
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RE: Do women breathe differently?
Thanks for the instructions, becker44a--I found the soft setting. I'm going to stick with the For Her setting, but did want to know if my machine had it.
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