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Resmed Air10 vs Philips respironics A-flex
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Hi, I had a Philips respironics A-flex, CPAP machine with a pressure setting 4-20 for few years and liked it very much. It broike down so Apria got me a new one, this time a Resmed auto air 10. It still has a pressure setting of 4-20, but it is hard to find out if it still is A-flex, CPAP, not a BIPAp. The tech at Apria did not seem to know the answer and APRIA's customer service is notoriously the worse ever! Also the Resmed Air10 documentation is scarce. Anyone knows the anser? I already checked the settings but I am not able to find much.
Any info is highly appreciated.Thanks
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A-Flex is just a brand name that Philips use for their exhalation pressure relief function.
Resmed have similar technology, but they call it EPR.

If you have an AirSense 10 AutoSet(?), then that machine does have EPR on it. It is listed under the options menu as "Pressure Relief".

http://resmed.com/int/patients_and_famil...c=patients

http://resmed.com/assets/documents/techn...ow_eng.pdf
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Hi Somn Usor,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Much success to you with your CPAP therapy and hang in there for more responses to your post.
trish6hundred
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(12-22-2015, 09:57 AM)Somn Usor Wrote: Also the Resmed Air10 documentation is scarce. Anyone knows the anser? I already checked the settings but I am not able to find much.
Any info is highly appreciated.Thanks

At the top of each forum page, is a link for instructions on how to request by email the clinician guide (setup manual), which explains everything we need to know.

http://www.apneaboard.com/adjust-cpap-pr...tup-manual

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