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Changes in sleep stage, weight, body position, and other factors can alter a patient’s airway pressure treatment requirements from night to night, hour to hour and breath to breath. At times they may need higher pressure to maintain airway patency, and at times their pressure needs may be lower. ResMed’s AutoSet™ automatic positive airway pressure (APAP) devices monitor a patient's airway on a breath-by-breath basis and deliver only the pressure that patients need—when they need it.
Teschler H, Wessendorf TE, Farhat AA, Konietzko N, Berthon-Jones M. Two months auto-adjusting versus conventional nCPAP for obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome
Resta O, Carratu P, Depalo A, Giliberti T, Ardito M, Marrone O, Insalaco G. Effects of fixed compared to automatic CPAP on sleep in Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome.
Massie CA, McArdle N, Hart RW, Schmidt-Nowara WW, Lankford A, Hudgel DW, Gordon N, Douglas NJ. Comparison between automatic and fixed positive airway pressure therapy in the home.
Ayappa I, Norman RG, Hosselet JJ, Gruenke RA, Walsleben JA, Rapoport DM. Relative occurrence of flow limitation and snoring during continuous positive airway pressure titration.
Farre R, Montserrat JM, Rigau J, Trepat X, Pinto P, Navajas D. Response of automatic continuous positive airway pressure devices to different sleep breathing patterns: a bench study.
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