Personalised therapy

ResMed has channelled 25 years of expertise into delivering advanced technologies to ensure your therapy suits your needs.  This new series of masks, devices and technologies works seamlessly together, so you can receive the comfort and support you need at every stage of your sleep therapy journey.

Personalised comfort

All AirSense™ 10 and AirCurve™ 10 devices have an optional integrated humidifier so you can enjoy the benefits of humidification in one easy-to-use system. And when used with the ClimateLineAir™ heated tube, your device has been designed to automatically deliver the optimal temperature and humidity, for the ultimate comfort experience.

Personalised therapy for women

Research shows that sleep apnoea in women is different to sleep apnoea in men.1,2  So it makes sense that your treatment should be different too. The AirSense™ 10 AutoSet™ for Her device is part of the first complete sleep therapy solution tailored for women — combining cutting edge device technology with comfortable masks giving you all you need for a great night’s sleep. You can choose from three AirFit for Her masks specially designed to comfortably fit female facial features.



A personalised start to your night’s therapy

The new AutoRamp™ feature, available in all AirSense 10 therapy devices starts by delivering a low pressure to help you fall asleep with ease. Once it detects you’re asleep, it comfortably increases the pressure to ensure that therapy is delivered the moment you need it.

Experience innovative sleep apnoea therapy: ResMed Air Solutions.

For a new beginning in great sleep, ask your healthcare provider about ResMed Air Solutions.

References

  • 01

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

  • 02

    Valipour A, et al. Gender-related differences in symptoms of patients with suspected breathing disorders in sleep: a clinical population study using the sleep disorders questionnaire. Sleep 2007; 30(3): 312-9.