Women and men with sleep apnea require different levels of comfort. That’s why the AirSense 10 AutoSet for Her was created. It is the first sleep apnea therapy device specifically designed to optimize female-specific sleep apnea therapy. When this system is combined with unique ResMed for Her masks, the AirSense 10 AutoSet for Her machine delivers an exceptional sleep therapy solution for women.
And just how does this come about?
The AirSense 10 AutoSet for Her machine is made to help a lady comfortably adjust to sleep apnea therapy with a unique, gentle algorithm which matches the natural breathing pattern for most women. It features a sleek design and advanced comfort technology. In addition, the AirSense 10 AutoSet machine will help any woman stay on track with her day-to-day sleep apnea therapy.
What this means is better, faster, more efficient care.
And just how do we know?
It all happens with MyAir™ – an exciting new online program offers tailored coaching, education and motivational tools to help optimize female sleep apnea therapy. Plus, it adds a monitoring feature that measures and confirms therapy goals and usage feedback. Reports can be printed, faxed, and emailed among those who wish to have expanded support.
Airsense 10 Autoset For Her
Key convenience features also include Heated humidity option, Automatic Ramp, optional heated hose (a.k.a Climate Line), light color with floral design, backlight automatic turn-off, and Easy-Breathe Technology.
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