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Philips Dreamwear Nasal Mask (M) - Mask profile for Resmed Autoset S10?
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Hi Everyone,

I recently borrowed a Philips Dreamwear Nasal Mask (like the one attached) from my Clinic and my scores have dropped to AHI 2.8 and 3.8 2 of the past 4 nights.

I am happy with that, however, the Resmed support guy said I should get a hold of a "Mask Profile" so that I can properly set the Mask Type in my Resmed S10.

Does anyone know if I should set it for Pillows or Nasal? (it is kind of a hybrid between the 2 in actual use and to look at)

Other than that the mask in use is really comfortable and almost defies logic how I don't get any mask leak. Of particular comfort is the swivel hose attachment above my head that allows me to side sleep with no hose over my chest or neck.

Thanks,
Marco
   
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#2
Mine is set to nasal with the same mask.
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#3
So is mine with my S9
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#4
Hi, i set to nasal.
But i think mask profil for Resmed S10 is for the gestion of leaks. (Don't hesitate to corrige me if i do a mistake). And with this mask, leaks can happen but it is rare. And if this happen, we just need to tight it for fix it.
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I'm excited as I am getting fitted for one of these tomorrow! After a few days on the Amara View FFM! Everything I've read and researched seems like this is the mask for me!
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