Connected care

The right start

Studies confirm that remote monitoring and clinical support may have a direct influence on compliance.1-4   So ResMed has included built-in wireless connectivity* in AirSense™ 10 and AirCurve™ 10 devices via AirView™.

AirView is a cloud-based system for managing patients with sleep-disordered breathing. With AirView, you can monitor your patients’ device settings remotely without having to leave your desk.

Wireless connectivity is built into our devices enabling AirView to capture patient therapy data. Having remote access to patients’ therapy information lets you focus on those patients who need additional support in getting used to therapy, and to address issues and problems early. This may reduce patient drop-outs and accelerate the adoption of therapy during the trial period.

More efficient care

AirView’s remote assist feature gives you access to each patient’s device status and key settings to troubleshoot device-related issues quickly and easily. And by activating remote monitoring, you can change therapy settings anywhere, anytime.

This may reduce lengthy phone calls, unnecessary device returns and unscheduled visits to the patient’s home or your outlet to resolve issues.

* Wireless communication depends on network availability

For a fully integrated approach to patient care, prescribe ResMed Air Solutions products for your sleep apnea patients.

References

  • 01

    Chevrin RD, Theut S, Bassetti C, Aldrich MS. Compliance with nasal CPAP can be improved by simple interventions. Sleep 1997;20;284-9.

  • 02

    Smith I, Nadig V, Lasseron TJ. Educational, supportive and behavioural interventions to improve usage of continuous positive airway pressure machines for adults with obstructive sleep apnea. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2009;CD007736.

  • 03

    Hoy CJ, Vennelle M, Kingshott RN, Engleman HM, Douglas NJ. Can intensive support improve continuous positive airway pressure use in patients with the sleep apnea/hypopnea syndrome? Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 1999;159;1096-100

  • 04

    Lewis KE, Bartle IE, Watkins AJ, Seale L, Ebden P. Simple interventions improve re-attendance when treating the sleep apnea syndrome. Sleep Med 2006;7;241-7.