ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet Card-to-Cloud CPAP Machine Review

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Collecting and sharing your sleep data is one of the most important technological features driving the CPAP machine industry. The leading brand ResMed is bringing this data service to CPAP patients with a card-to-cloud feature in their AirSense 10 AutoSet. Now, an SD card is included in this device that can be downloaded for review by your doctor. Let’s look at the Airsense 10 AutoSet Card-to-Cloud in more detail.

Key Features of the ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet Card-to-Cloud CPAP Machine 

Card to Cloud Sharing Capability

The ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet Card-to-Cloud CPAP machine features all the same components and power as an AirSense 10 minus the cellular communication modem. Instead, the ResMed AirSense 10 Card-to-Cloud supports an SD card that stores sleep data. Those sleep apnea reports can then be uploaded to the cloud to be shared with a provider. 

Quiet Performance

Ultra-quiet therapy ensures peace for you and your bed partner with a noise level of only 26.6 dBA. That means the machine is quieter than a whisper.

The AutoSet Algorithm

The AirSense 10 AutoSet algorithm adjusts therapy pressure automatically as your needs vary – hourly, nightly, and seasonally – to provide the optimal, lowest therapy pressure for ideal efficacy.

AutoRamp

The updated ramp function is intended to improve the comfort of sleep treatment. The AirSense 10 Card-to-Cloud first starts with a modest initial pressure to help you fall asleep quickly. Then, as soon as it senses you’ve fallen asleep, it starts gradually increasing to your recommended pressure.

Integrated Humidifier

This humidifier is designed to work in unison with the device and provide dryness and congestion relief. The humidity level may also be changed to suit your own requirements. Iit will keep you hydrated during your therapy session!

Ease of Use

The user-friendly interface and color LCD screen make it simple to explore menus and change comfort settings. The built-in ambient light sensor also automatically adjusts the screen brightness based on surrounding lighting and even turns the brightness off.

Benefits Of Using the ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet Card-to-Cloud CPAP Machine 

Patients can now effectively store their sleep data and share it to the cloud so that their doctor is always informed on their CPAP therapy progress. The AutoSet is designed to reduce noise so you and your sleep partner can sleep peacefully. The AutoRamp feature also helps users new to CPAP therapy adjust to pressurized air by starting with a lower setting as they fall asleep then “ramping up” to their prescribed setting once you are fast asleep.

What is Unique About the ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet Card-to-Cloud CPAP Machine?

The card-to-cloud technology makes the ResMed AirSense 10 stand out in the CPAP machine market. While many CPAP machines can store sleep data, they do not offer an option to share that data effectively with doctors.

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ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet Card-to-Cloud CPAP Machine

• Features a card-to-cloud service that sends data to the cloud for a patient’s doctor to review

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Chris Vasta

Over a 10+ year career at PHH Mortgage managing a $100 million portfolio, Chris Vasta learned the ins and outs of the business world. He learned how to establish business relationships, lead a multi-prong team, and implement strategies for long-term growth. In 2007, Vasta used that experience to transition his role into president of The CPAP Shop. Over his tenure, Vasta has been involved in everything from website design to warehouse layout. His hands-on approach with customers has evolved into an in-depth understanding of the challenges of beginning and adhering to sleep therapy. He often provides his insights on product…


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  • Michelle Caylor

    Why does it fill like I’m breathing hot air when using my machine?

    • Chris Vasta

      Hi Michelle, that could be from your heated humidifier that produces warm, moisturized air to reduce the chance of rainout. If it feels uncomfortable, we recommend adjusting the humidity level to better suit your needs.

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