Q. Why do the AirSense™ 10 and AirCurve™ 10 devices come with the HumidAir™ heated humidifier built-in?
A. The air delivered during therapy may overwhelm the body’s ability to add heat and moisture, which can lead to a sore, dry throat, nasal congestion, or a runny nose. Heated humidification has been shown to help minimize the side effects associated with positive airway pressure therapy, and help make it a more comfortable experience.1 Given the positive
Q. Can I use the HumidAir™ heated humidifier without a water tub?
A. The device will work without water in the tub but you’ll need to insert it into the device and turn humidification off in the My Options menu. If you don’t want to use the humidifier, you’ll need to insert a side cover into the device.
Q. How do I know if my humidifier is working?
A. Icons are displayed on the device screen to indicate when the humidifier is heating up or cooling down. The Sleep Report option on your AirSense™ 10 or AirCurve™ 10
Q. What does the humidifier smiley face in Sleep Report mean?
A. This means that the humidifier is working as intended for the current
Q. What happens if the water tub runs out of water?
A. Your device will function normally and safely without water in the tub, but it will no longer provide humidification.
Q. Can I fill my humidifier with tap water?
A. ResMed recommends that the water tub
Q. What is
A. The HumidAir™ heated humidifier will rise to a target temperature of 104°F over 20 minutes. The device then holds this temperature for a further 10 minutes, ready for therapy to start. If therapy does not commence in that time, the device will automatically enter cool-down mode, where it will blow a small amount of air for around 20 minutes to stop condensation forming in the device.