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ResMed AirFit P10 questions
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can you elaborate with it not being compatible with the adapt? I've been using the P10 with my adapt for months.


(11-12-2014, 07:02 AM)DeepBreathing Wrote: I was thinking of trying the P10 but I see it isn't compatible with the VPAP Adapt. Can anybody tell me why this is so and if there are similar masks which are compatible?

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(11-15-2014, 08:13 AM)vig1116 Wrote: can you elaborate with it not being compatible with the adapt? I've been using the P10 with my adapt for months.

From the P10 user guide: "This mask is not compatible for use with ResMed AutoSet CS™ 2 and VPAP™ Adapt SV devices"

I see it actually specifies the Adapt SV which (I think) is an older S8 type. But Resmed's site is such a mess and their naming conventions are so all over the place that I can't be sure.

Which model Adapt are you using? No problem with the P10?
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I have the S9 adapt. No problems that i can see... I think everything's going well. lol
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#14
I would bet it has to do with the diffuser and the way it judges breathes.

Herb, you ought to contact ResMed and ask them for clarification.
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(11-15-2014, 06:59 PM)vig1116 Wrote: I have the S9 adapt. No problems that i can see... I think everything's going well. lol

Thanks Vig. Your pressures are similar to mine so it's good to know it works for you.
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(11-15-2014, 07:51 PM)PaulaO2 Wrote: I would bet it has to do with the diffuser and the way it judges breathes.

Herb, you ought to contact ResMed and ask them for clarification.

Yeah, I thought it might be something like that. By the way I'm Paul - Herb is somebody else. Grin
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#17
No, I meant Herb. He's the one who thinks the P10 is like the mask from G-d herself. He should be the one to call and ask. Smile Laugh-a-lotBigwink
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(11-15-2014, 09:37 PM)PaulaO2 Wrote: No, I meant Herb. He's the one who thinks the P10 is like the mask from G-d herself. He should be the one to call and ask. Smile Laugh-a-lotBigwink

Ahh. No need - I've sent them an email. Hopefully they'll get back to me tomorrow.
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Oh, fine, take all my fun away.

Please let us know what they say.
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(11-12-2014, 08:49 AM)sgearhart Wrote: I'm into the 6th day of using a P10 and my AHI has dropped from 8.62 to an average of 2.8. In switching from a full mask to nasal pillows setting on the S9 I found a slight anomaly. My unit was suppose to be a CPAP and set at a constant 10 cmH2O but was set as an APAP with pressures set at 5 to 10. With the full mask setting, the unit stayed at 10 all the time and nobody noticed this setup. It didn't invoke the variable setting until I went to the nasal pillows and set it accordingly. I also noticed that the S9 has an autostart feature that only works with nasal devices. I haven't tried it but I'm curious. Has anybody tried it?


sgearhart

I use the Autostart function with both the P10 & N10 mask. The feature works like a carm, and turns the device on as soon as you take a breath or two. (Device needs to be in standby mode of course) The feature also automaticaly turns the device off, after a few seconds, once you remove the mask.

;-> gjw
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