AirSenseTM 10 AutoSetTM for Her

There is evidence to show that obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in women is different from OSA in men1-3. Typically, women take longer to fall asleep and have more flow limitations and more frequent arousals during sleep than men.1-3

Women with OSA also tend to have fewer and shorter apneas or hypopneas, as well as a lower apnea–hypopnea index (AHI).4 And with nearly 40% of newly diagnosed sleep apnea patients being women,5 it’s important to have a therapy device specifically designed to meet their needs.

The AirSense 10 AutoSet for Her contains the first dedicated algorithm designed to treat mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea in female patients.

The device also features built-in wireless connectivity* so you can stay more connected to your patients than ever before.**

* Wireless communication depends on network availability

** Product code 37437

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

AutoRamp 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.

Other features

  • 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 apneas 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.

Made to work together

For a fully integrated approach to patient care, choose ResMed Air Solutions.

Functional features

  AirSense 10 AutoSet for Her
CPAP  
AutoSet  
AutoSet for Her  
Cheyne-Stokes respiration detection  
Central apnea detection  
RERA reporting  
AutoSet algorithm with AutoSet Response  
AutoRamp with sleep onset detection  
Advanced HumidAir technology  
Enhanced Climate Control Auto  
Expiratory Pressure Relief  (EPR™)  
SmartStart™  
Built-in wireless connectivity*   

* Wireless communication depends on network availability

Technical specifications

Dimensions (H x W x D) (Device and water tub)   4.57" x 10.04" x 5.91"
Weight 44 oz
Air filter Standard: Average arrestance: > 75% for ~7 micron dust

Hypoallergenic: Efficiency: >98% for ~7-8 micron dust. >80% for ~0.5 micron dust.

Aircraft use Meets Federal Aviation Administration requirements for all phases of air travel.
Operating pressure range 4 to 20 cm H2O
Pressure level measured according to ISO 17510-1:2007 (CPAP mode):
SlimLine or Standard air tubing 26.6 dBA with uncertainty of 2 dBA
Power level measured according to ISO 17510-1:2007 (CPAP mode):
SlimLine or Standard air tubing 34.6 dBA with uncertainty of 2 dBA
Sound (Declared dual-number noise emission values in accordance with ISO 4871:1996.)
Air tubing ClimateLineTM Air SlimLineTM Standard
Length 6'6” 6’ 6’.6”
Inner diameter 0.6" 0.6" 0.75"
Electromagnetic compatibility Complies with all EMC requirements according to IEC60601-1-2:2007 for residential, commercial and light industry environments. It is recommended that mobile communication devices be kept at least 1m away.

References

  • 01

    Lin CM, Davidson TM and Ancoli-Israel S. Gender differences in obstructive sleep apnea and treatment implications. Sleep Med Rev 2008; 12(6):481-96

  • 02

    Callop N, Cassel DK. Snoring and sleep disordered breathing. Sleep Medicine. Lee-Chiong T Jr SM, Carskadon M, Editor. 2002 Hanley & Belfus: Philadelphia. 349-355.

  • 03

    Mihai V, Rusu G and Mihăescu T. Demographic clinical and polysomnographic differences between men and women. Pneumologia 2010; 59(2): 64-7.

  • 04

    O’Connor C, Thornlye KS and PJ Hanly. Gender differences in the polysomnographic features of obstructive sleep apnea. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2000; 161(5):1465-726.

  • 05

    US Sleep Market Measures .

  • 06

    Stoohs R, Janicki J, Hohenhorst W. Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome and upper airway resistance syndrome. Gender-related differences. HNO. 2007 Oct;55(10):792-7.

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