Device Details

The AirSense™ 10 AutoSet™ for Her CPAP Machine with HumidAir™ Heated Humidifier is designed to work with how women breathe. The device's For Her Algorithm adjusts the pressure to accommodate how women are affected by sleep apnea and can auto adjust on a breath-by-breath basis. The AirSense 10 for Her is also sleeker and 23 percent lighter than other ResMed models.

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SleepEaze™ Program

SleepEaze™ is a Lincare service designed to educate you about sleep-disordered breathing.

 The SleepEaze™ program offers:

  • Home visits by our licensed clinicians
  • Education regarding your disease
  • Prescribed therapies and equipment management
  • Overnight oximetry testing
  • Follow-up reporting based on the results

Additional AirSense™ 10 Accessories to Purchase on Your Own

  • Power Adapter
  • Sanitizing Systems
  • CPAP Bed Pillow
  • Travel Battery Kit
  • Car Charger

Companion App

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Companion App

Your AirSense™ 10 AutoSet™ for Her includes free access to the myAir™ app to keep you on top of your therapy data. 
The myAir app tracks:
  • Apnea-hypopnea index (AHI)
  • Leaks
  • Number of events per hour
  • Usage hours

Monitoring this data helps you spot potential problems so you and your provider can adjust your therapy as needed.

Disclaimer: Information appearing on this website about this device is being provided for your convenience only. The complete information about this device should be obtained from the manufacturer.

  • Frequently Asked Questions
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    What is CPAP?

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    Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is the standard therapy for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and involves using a home CPAP machine to regulate your breathing during sleep. When your practitioner orders home sleep therapy, Lincare will work with you and your practitioner to ensure that the device and prescribed settings work best for you. Learn more about our sleep therapy options.

    Does OSA affect women and men differently?

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    While OSA more commonly affects men, cases in women often go undiagnosed. While the symptoms are generally the same in women, their breathing patterns are different. Due to this difference, women undergoing CPAP therapy to treat OSA should discuss with their practitioner the option for auto-adjusting machines designed to fit a woman's apnea patterns. 

    How long will I need to use a CPAP machine?

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    CPAP therapy is not a cure, but is a therapeutic process to alleviate your symptoms. The length of time you'll need to use a CPAP device depends on various health and environmental factors. 

    How long does it take for CPAP therapy to work?

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    CPAP therapy is not a one-size-fits-all approach. Every patient is different, and symptoms can worsen based on everything from the severity of your condition, to your sleeping position and how you breathe during sleep. Because of this, you might start seeing an improvement right away, or it could take longer than anticipated. At Lincare, we'll work closely with you to ensure your therapy is as effective as possible and that you receive the maximum benefits from your CPAP treatment.

    Is CPAP working for me?

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    If you're unsure whether you're getting the optimal benefits of CPAP therapy, it's important to share your experience with your practitioner and our clinical team. You might not notice all the health benefits in your daily life, such as lower blood pressure or reduced snoring. Our goal is to adjust your treatment as needed to ensure you get the maximum health output.
  • User Guides
  • User Guides

    The manufacturer's documentation for the ResMed® AirSense™ 10 AutoSet™ for Her with humidifier is as follows:
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