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ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet
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http://www.resmed.com/us/en/commercial-p...vices.html

User guide http://www.resmed.com/content/dam/resmed...er_eng.pdf

The clinical manual available via email http://www.apneaboard.com/adjust-cpap-pr...tup-manual

Nice looking machine with built-in humidifier, fancy screen display and new features (see the links for the information)
Main ones are central apnea and Cheyne-Stokes Respiration (CSR) detection
A10 AutoSet 4Her also report Respiratory Effort Related Arousals (RERA)


Very quiet, almost silent but my issues with this machine is the screen at the front of the machine (unlike the S9, the screen is on the top) which makes it harder for me to see the screen and make any changes without sitting on the floor or removing the water tank and lifting the machine as I place the machine on a small table between the nightstand and the bed otherwise the machine would be knocked off the nightstand

In my opinion, this machine is as good as it get and other manufacturers have a lot to catch up but would prefer if ResMed added the modification to the S9 and called the new machine S9 II or S10







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Are you using the ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet. If yes - how long and what do you think about it
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(09-16-2014, 05:14 AM)Reuven Gruber Wrote: Are you using the ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet. If yes - how long and what do you think about it
Hi Reuven Gruber, welcome to the forum
I've been using the AirSense 10 AutoSet for few days and I like it so far, I've used S9 AutoSet for almost 4 years.
Both machines gives me good therapy, AHI below 1
I like the simplicity of the S9 but A10 is much quieter

Have you had the sleep study yet?
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Can you tell from the serial number, as you can for the S9, where it was made?
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(09-16-2014, 08:26 PM)Skypilot Wrote: Can you tell from the serial number, as you can for the S9, where it was made?
Hi Skypilot
The first 4 numbers of my machine ... 2214
The first two numbers: 22 denote made in Australia (23 denote made in Singapore)
The next two numbers ... year of manufacture: 14 ... 2014

Device made in Australia
Bag, power supply and power cord made in China
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Zonk

I had a sleep study (AHI = 31). I had a 2 week trial with a machine from BMC (which was no fun). I need to chose a machine and from what I have read so far the Airsense 10 is at the top of my list.
Who makes your mask?
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Hi Reuven Gruber
I've been using ResMed Activa LT nasal mask for some time with a chinstrap

You might want post this type of questions in the main forum, you get different opinions and better feedback

Best of luck
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I just finished night 2 with my new machine. It replaces a resumed that was 10 years old. This one is whisper quiet and I am sleeping better than ever. I have friends who can't live without their cpap... Never understood. I could take it or leave it. This machine makes me feel like superman.

There is a support page included in the docs. Went to resmeds site and it is not working yet. Other than that everything is as advertised.

Sleep-well
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Darick, did you get the regular Airsense 10, or the "for women" version? I'm still trying to decide which one I should get myself. On the one hand having the extra feature of the "for women" machine sounds good, but on the other hand since it responds on the first missed breath rather than the third, I'm thinking it might make my Adam's apple twitter.

Oh, and congrats on your success!
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I picked up my AirSense 10 Autoset on Thursday and it works great, it is much quieter than the S8 that I had used since December of '09. My first night AHI was 0.2 and last night it was 0.0, the 0.0 was a first for me. Considering my AHI was 126 at my sleep study in '09 I am very pleased with how the ResMed machines have worked for me.
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