Interesting find. I found my old ResMed S9 AutoSet (didn’t even know it was an auto haven’t used it in years). Now I have the airsense 10 elite
Well, in a final turn of events. I found a place that sells the airsense 10 elite. Now just have to wait for my office (that takes forever) to contact the new dme and I can get the one I wanted.
Called almost all the dme providers here. No one is offering the airsense 10 elite cpap.
Looks like my DME only offers the resmed airsense 10 (not elite). I had trouble locating what information / data it gather Vs Elite. Anyone know the difference.
The only kicker I saw was you could get the Dreamstation pro that allows you to have APAP more or less for one month at a time to obtain a better number.
I do wish it were that easy. Guess I’ll just roll with the cpap machine and keep an eye on the data. Decided I’ll go with the Resmed air sense 10 elite. Took me awhile to decide vs the Phillips Respironics
I can, but it takes a long time to get any sleep appointments around here. I’d almost just prefer to get started as soon as possible.
I agree, but DME fills exactly as prescribed, he will only write it for cpap not APAP
I brought up prescribing APAP over CPAP with my doctor. He was rather adamant against it. He likes to review the data himself and adjust if needed. But, he wouldn’t budge on APAP. I’ve had a cpap machine in the past, worked fine (until I knocked it over with water in it). Just trying to do the best possible thing for myself.