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Dv64 vs resmed s10
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Dv64 vs resmed s10
Guys i searched on the forum but i didnt find a compare about these two devices, can you help especially you that have tried both??

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RE: Dv64 vs resmed s10
The DV64 has not showed up much on reviews, and is a relatively uncommon machine among members here. It is not currently compatible with Sleepyhead, and so you may have to look for other mean of getting data off of it. For that reason alone, it loses a few points with me. If you can get the Resmed Airsense 10 Autoset or Autoset for Her, I think you'd be much happier.

This is one of the better comparison studies, and did not include the Devilbiss. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5005142/
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RE: Dv64 vs resmed s10
You could try the Product Reviews Forum, although I don't think there is a thread comparing the two machines.
http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Forum-P...iew-Forums

Also, browse the Supplier List at top of page.  You can get a description for the machines you are interested in.
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RE: Dv64 vs resmed s10
I used the previous model DV54 for a long time. I bought it out of pocket because my DME said I couldn't get one with data. My previous maching had a thumbscrew and would not go over 18 cmH2O (my Rx was 20).

 I had a lot of issues going on last year (2016) and I was getting high AHI at 18 - 20 cmH2O so I moved to a ResMed (BiLevel VAuto, not an AutoSet but close enough).  I still use the DV54 as my backup.

I bought it and I added a data module so I could see how I was doing.  From what I see they still use the same form of data now that they used then.  The averages are fine but you cannot get down to the breath by breath views that you can with SleepyHead.

IMHO especially with the help you can get here you will be far ahead if you get an AutoSet!!!  

My Review is #18
http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...ust?page=2

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RE: Dv64 vs resmed s10
(08-22-2017, 02:47 PM)OpalRose Wrote: You could try the Product Reviews Forum, although I don't think there is a thread comparing the two machines.

Also, browse the Supplier List at top of page.  You can get a description for the machines you are interested in.

(08-22-2017, 03:47 PM)bonjour Wrote: I used the previous model DV54 for a long time. I bought it out of pocket because my DME said I couldn't get one with data. My previous maching had a thumbscrew and would not go over 18 cmH2O (my Rx was 20).

 I had a lot of issues going on last year (2016) and I was getting high AHI at 18 - 20 cmH2O so I moved to a ResMed (BiLevel VAuto, not an AutoSet but close enough).  I still use the DV54 as my backup.

I bought it and I added a data module so I could see how I was doing.  From what I see they still use the same form of data now that they used then.  The averages are fine but you cannot get down to the breath by breath views that you can with SleepyHead.

IMHO especially with the help you can get here you will be far ahead if you get an AutoSet!!!  

My Review is #18

Fred

Thank you ... so its oneway to go with autoset...

One more question how can  i get full review of the data on dv64??? Also apart from smartcode!!
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RE: Dv64 vs resmed s10
The very limited data has showed up in the Software Support forum. Here is one brief discussion http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...ipap2-DV64

A member Sleepybee actually cracked the code and had some detailed flow data. http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...Sleepyhead . This was as far as the project went as far as I know. If you want detailed data, get the Resmed.

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RE: Dv64 vs resmed s10
Hi mast0ras,
WELCOME! to the forum.! Good luck with CPAP therapy, and also with your machine decision.
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