AirSense™ 10 AutoSet for Her
Unique treatment for women
The AirSense™ 10 AutoSet for Her is based on the AutoSet algorithm and is tailored to the characteristics of OSA in women. Research has shown that female patients have greater flow limitation6 so the AutoSet for Her algorithm is designed to be more sensitive to flow limitation.
A comfortable start
AutoRampTM with sleep onset detection starts by delivering a low pressure until patients fall asleep. Once it detects they’re asleep, it comfortably increases the pressure to the prescribed level to ensure therapy is delivered the moment they need it.
- Built-in ambient light sensor adjusts the brightness of the screen based on the light in the room. So if patients need to get up during the night, the screen’s back light won’t disrupt their bed partners.
- EasyBreathe motor is whisper-quiet, offering patients and their bed partners a more peaceful night’s sleep.
- Consistent humidification throughout the night with the integrated HumidAir™ humidifier with advanced HumidAir technology helps patients adjust to treatment and use therapy longer.
- Respiratory Effort-Related Arousal (RERA) reporting. The device detects RERAs providing additional clinical insight by identifying short apnoeas and flow limitation-related arousals often observed in female patients.
- A complete offering: The AirSense 10 AutoSet for Her can be paired with the AirFit™ for Her mask series to provide female patients with a complete therapy solution.
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