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Using Aircurve 10 ASV with Mild OSA
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Using Aircurve 10 ASV with Mild OSA
I have a family member with mild OSA (apologies, I don’t have her report), just like me. She does not have insurance to cover treatment and we saw someone selling a very low hours ResMed Aircurve 10 ASV and she asked me if it is something she could use. I told her I didn’t know but would query the experts. What say you experts? Thank you!
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RE: Using Aircurve 10 ASV with Mild OSA
Not sure how to delete this post. Kindly disregard. Found my answer. Thank you.
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RE: Using Aircurve 10 ASV with Mild OSA
Please tell us so we all know... for future reference
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RE: Using Aircurve 10 ASV with Mild OSA
Not much to share…just a shuffling around of machines. Giving my little sister my backup AS10 for Her and keeping the Aircurve as a straight CPAP machine as a backup.
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LOL, If I could, I'd swap my AS10 Auto for that ASV - sadly, the NHS would have my behind for that...!
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