I am currently using a DreamStation (as a loaner from a local company) which allows you to enter a minimum pressure and a maximum pressure, and then varies the pressure based on how your breathing is going. This is ideal and I am unclear as to whether the ResMed S10 does the same or not. Can anyone verify this for me?
For those of you bored enough to still be reading, the general background is that my sleep apnoea is due to my weight, and therefore is subject to change as I gain or lose weight, which is why my sleep specialist recommended an auto CPAP to me. For this reason I am also intensely interested in obtaining the data from my CPAP machine that will tell me the variations in pressure it used throughout the night in the hopes that one day, when I lose weight, I will know when I no longer need my CPAP machine.
So I am also open to suggestions if anyone loves their CPAP machine and feel that it fits my criteria. :-)
Thanks in advance to everyone taking the time to respond, I appreciate the help.
TL;DR: Does the ResMed S10 auto adjust its pressure based on each breath?