ResMed is a recognised global leader in medical products for the treatment and management of respiratory disorders, with a focus on sleep-disordered breathing.
As a sleepvantage member, one of the many benefits is an extended manufacturer's warranty on your ResMed therapy equipment.
Using the right mask is your key to optimal therapy. You need a mask that is comfortable and fits you properly, forming a good, firm seal on your face. There are three categories of masks available:
Nasal pillows rest gently at the edge of the nostrils. AirFit P10 … a quieter mask to fit your sleep. For more information, visit the official ResMed product page.
Nasal masks cover only the nose. AirFit N10... offers you effortless performance. For more information, visit the official ResMed product page.
Full face masks cover both the nose and the mouth for those who breathe through their mouth.
AirFit F10... offers you full face benefits, in a compact size.
For more information, visit the official ResMed product page.
AirSense™ 10 AutoSet™ for Her
There are three types of therapy devices that deliver air in different ways: CPAP, APAP and Bilevel.
The AirSense 10 and AirCurve 10 are the latest device ranges from ResMed. AirSense 10 AutoSet for Her is the first tailored therapy device for women with sleep apnea. To find out more go to resmed.com
CPAP devices deliver air at a constant (fixed) pressure. Each person has their own pressure requirements, so they are set for you personally after your sleep study.
APAP devices, such as ResMed’s AutoSet devices, are suitable for those whose pressure needs vary throughout the night. These devices automatically adjust the air pressure throughout the night to suit your breathing needs.
Bilevel devices deliver two fixed pressures: a higher level for when you breathe in and a lower level for when you breathe out. Bilevels are ideal for those who need very high pressures for their treatment or who find it difficult to breathe out against one fixed pressure.
S9 AutoSet™ with H5i™ Heated Humidifier
Using a humidifier can make a positive difference to your therapy comfort and experience. It helps you avoid a dry nose or throat, and because it warms the air you’re breathing and moistens your airway, it can also help you keep your mouth closed while you sleep. If you don’t have a humidifier, speak to your healthcare professional or equipment provider.