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ResMed AirCurve 10 VAuto BiPAP Heated Humidifier

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The AirCurve 10 VAuto BiPAP with Heated Humidifier is an auto-adjusting bilevel machine that uses the comfort of both the AutoSet™ algorithm and Easy-Breathe waveform in its VAuto algorithm to treat obstructive sleep apnea patients who can benefit from greater pressure support.

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Your purchase will include: AirCurve BiPAP 10 VAuto machine, integrated heated humidifier, 90 Watt Power Supply, Power Cord, Carrying Case, Filter, Tubing, User Manual
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ResMed AirCurve BiPAP 10 VAuto with Heated Humidifier
ResMed AirCurve 10 VAuto BiPAP Heated Humidifier

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    ResMed AirCurve 10 VAuto BiPAP Heated Humidifier


    The AirCurve 10 VAuto from ResMed delivers auto-adjusting bilevel PAP therapy for sleep apnea. The AirCurve 10's sophisticated VAuto system incorporates ResMed's proprietary AutoSet™ algorithm and Easy-Breathe waveform pattern to provide relief for patients who require higher pressure settings to treat obstructive sleep apnea. Featuring an integrated humidifier and options for supplemental oxygen delivery, the ResMed AirCurve 10 VAuto promises a better night's sleep for those who haven't found solutions with traditional CPAP therapy options.

    • Auto-Adjusting Bilevel Therapy

    The AirCurve 10's VAuto algorithm promises more comfortable bilevel therapy for sleep apnea patients. It features Easy-Breathe technology, with the Easy-Breathe pressure waveform mimicking natural breathing patterns for enhanced patient comfort. It also makes use of ResMed's auto-adjusting AutoSet™ algorithm to change pressure settings based off constant monitoring of breathing. The AirCurve 10 VAuto can also be set to operate in standard CPAP mode, as well as the bilevel S mode with fixed pressure settings for inhalation and exhalation.

    A potential solution for patients who have not responded to standard fixed pressure CPAP therapy, the AirCurve 10 VAuto is capable of administering higher pressure flows. The AirCurve 10 can also deliver supplemental oxygen (15 L/min of supplemental oxygen in S and CPAP mode and 4 L/min in VAuto mode) for patients with low oxygen levels.

    • Advanced Features

    The AirCurve 10 VAuto offers several comfort-enhancing features, like an adjustable (5-45 minutes) Ramp function, which increases pressure to prescribed setting from a more comfortable initial lower pressure to help you falling asleep easier. Other convenient features include a Mask Fit check to determine if your CPAP mask is sealing effectively, as well as an optional Leak Alert to indicate when the mask is not sealed or has been removed during therapy. Meanwhile, the Vsync continuous leak management feature ensures proper pressure adjustment to compensate for any pressure loss. The AirCurve 10 VAuto also offers the optional SmartStart™ setting, which automatically begins therapy once the patient breathes into the mask and shuts down a few seconds after the mask is removed.

    • Integrated Humidifier

    The AirCurve 10 VAuto sources an integrated humidifier for consistent humidification throughout the night. The HumidAir™ humidifier ships with the slender, lightweight hose and also works with the optional ClimateLineAir™ heated tube with Climate Control technology for an even more comfortable experience.

    An easy-to-read LCD screen anchors the AirCurve 10 VAuto's intuitive user interface, with a built-in ambient light sensor adjusting screen brightness and turning off automatically. The Easy-Breathe motor's quiet operation keeps distractions at bay for the patient and their sleeping partner. The AirCurve 10 VAuto is fit for duty on airplanes, meeting FAA approval for in-flight use.

    The AirCurve 10 VAuto also features built-in wireless, enabling easy data transfer to medical providers (therapy data can be transferred manually via SD card). Wireless capabilities also allow access to ResMed's cloud-based AirView™ patient management system, which offers remote monitoring, adjustment and troubleshooting support by qualified personnel.


    • VAuto delivers auto-adjusting bilevel therapy with comfort-enhancing interventions
    • Easy-Breathe pressure waveform mimics natural breathing patterns for improved breathing comfort
    • Continuous leak management enables reliable delivery of therapy pressure while maintaining patient-device synchrony
    • Compatible with up to 15 L/min of supplemental oxygen in S and CPAP mode and 4 L/min in VAuto mode
    • HumidAir™ integrated humidifier compatible with optional ClimateLineAir™ heated tube with Climate Control technology
    • Quiet Easy-Breathe motor provides peaceful sleeping environment
    • Ambient light sensor adjusts LCD display screen brightness and also turns off automatically to minimize distractions
    • Built-in wireless system offers easy data transfer and connectivity to medical professionals

    In The Box

    • AirCurve device with integrated humidifier
    • New humidifier water chamber tub
    • Slender, lightweight hose
    • Power supply
    • Travel carry bag
    • SD card (already inserted)

    ResMed's AirCurve 10 VAuto offers advanced bilevel PAP therapy for patients in need. Don't give up on a good night's rest if traditional CPAP hasn't lived up to expectation. Explore treatment options with your healthcare provider to see if a bilevel machine like the AirCurve 10 VAuto is the right therapy for you. Find your sleep therapy solution today at CPAP Direct.


    Q:  What is the difference between BiPAP, APAP, and CPAP devices?

    A:  Standard CPAP machines deliver airflow at a fixed pressure setting for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Many of these fixed-pressure CPAP machines still offer comfort-enhancing features like an adjustable ramp setting, which lowers initial pressure to help people fall asleep faster. While a standard CPAP might be considered a no-frills option, it’s usually quite cost-effective for the majority of patients with mild to severe sleep apnea.

    AutoPAP (APAP/Auto-CPAP) – AutoPAP (automatic positive air pressure) therapy works like standard CPAP but automatically adjusts air pressure based on the needs of the patient. An AutoPAP machine’s internal electronics and algorithms can sense or even anticipate, obstructive events and automatically modify the pressure setting accordingly. Since AutoPAP drops pressure levels when less pressure is required by the patient, it may, therefore, be more comfortable than a standard fixed-pressure CPAP. These machines also commonly eliminate the need to spend a night in the sleep lab determining appropriate treatment pressures. The refinements of AutoPAP machines, which are virtually identical in size and shape to their CPAP counterparts, make them quite popular and they are fast becoming the preferred first-choice option for sleep apnea therapy.

    Bi-Level PAP (BiPAP/BPAP) – Bi-Level PAP machines use air pressure to keep the airway open like CPAP, however, they deliver a different pressure setting during inhalation versus exhalation. Bi-Level therapy is typically prescribed for patients requiring higher pressure settings for severe OSA, with a lower exhalation pressure helping make the therapy more comfortable. It may also be used when patients need extra ventilation.

    ASV / BiLevel ST – Asynchronous Servo Ventilation (ASV) and Bi-Level ST are advanced PAP therapies used to treat central sleep apnea (CSA), as well as other medical conditions involving a decreased respiratory drive. While ASV and Bi-Level ST use slightly different strategies, both play a more active role in initiating the breathing (ventilation) of patients with CSA. A Bi-Level ST machine offers different pressures for inhaling and exhaling, just like a standard Bi-Level machine, but will intervene if an extended breathing pause (aka apnea) is detected. ST stands for “spontaneous timed” – allowing patients to breathe spontaneously but initiating a breath when an apnea pause exceeds the timing trigger.

    Q:  Who is the AirCurve 10 designed for?

    A:  The key to the AirCruve 10 technology is the ability of the machine to offer different pressure settings for exhalation and inhalation.  The AirCurve 10 also offers the ability to track sleep data, an integrated heated humidifier, and Easy-Breathe technology.

    Q:  What is Easy-Breathe technology?

    A:  Easy-Breathe is the patented name for ResMed's air delivery technology, which carefully copies your natural breathing pattern. It also introduces the Easy-Breathe motor, which lowers the sound of your device to a whisper, so your sleeping environment is restful and quiet.

    Q:  Is the AirCurve 10 humidifier adjustable?

    A:  Yes.  The AirCurve 10 comes with a humidifier that can be controlled through the Climate Control Manual settings.

    Q:  How do I find the Climate Control Manual mode?

    A:  You can access the Climate Control Manual setting anytime from your machine’s Home screen by following these steps:

              Select My Options

              Select Climate Ctrl

              Change the default “Auto” setting to Manual

              Select Humidity Level and turn the dial to change the humidity (1–8; the default setting is 4)

              Select Tube Temp and turn the dial to set the ClimateLine/ClimateLineAir heated tube to the temperature you find most

              comfortable (60–86⁰F; the default setting is 81⁰F).

    Q:  When should I change the humidity vs. the temperature?

    A:  Most patients find cooler air easier to breathe while trying to sleep, especially those who are new to CPAP or wear a full face mask.  Also, women who experience hot flashes at bedtime may benefit from more humidity.  In most environments, warmer air provides the best humidity and helps reduce nasal irritation.

    Q:  What if the humidity isn't enough?  

    A:  Many CPAP users suffer from dry mouth--in fact--about 40% of CPAP users experience this.  If you want more humidity, try manually adjusting the temperature one level at a time. If you reach the highest levels and still feel dry, talk to your equipment supplier and doctor about whether a mask leak, oral medications, or other factors may be the real cause of your dryness.  You should also check for mask leaks if you wake up to find your humidifier’s water chamber empty.  Lastly, you can adjust the hose temperature if you’re experiencing dryness despite increasing the humidity. Consider increasing your tube temperature by just 1 to 2⁰F to see if that provides the best comfort.

    Q:  What if I'm still having trouble getting to sleep while using my new machine?

    A:  If this is your first time using a sleep therapy device, it can take some getting used to.  Some patients prefer to use their CPAP during the day while wearing their masks, watching TV, or reading.  This can help the user become accustomed to their new sleep equipment.  You can also adjust the ramp settings of your device to help you get to sleep faster.

    Q:  Does the ramp function help the user fall asleep?

    A:  Yes, a ramp setting can make your sleep therapy more comfortable.  A ramp setting helps you ease into therapy each night by setting the device at a lower pressure than prescribed and slowly ramping up to the full therapy pressure over a maximum of 45 minutes. Using ramp means the device has more time to reach the prescribed therapy pressure and you have more time to comfortably fall asleep.

    Q:  Do I need to turn my ResMed AirCurve 10 off when I'm not using it?

    A:  The Power Save mode is designed to reduce energy consumption. It is activated by pressing the Start/Stop button for 3 seconds.  It is advised to wait 2 minutes after the end of therapy if you still would like to unplug the device.

    Q:  Why is my ResMed AirCurve 10 shutting off at night?

    A:  There are a variety of reasons why a unit might turn off.  Check that the power plug is fully and correctly inserted into the device. When it is correctly inserted, the power button will light up.  Also, ensure that no blankets or other objects are covering the power supply unit or the device itself.  You can also check whether the filter is clear. If the filter is blocked, replace it.  Lastly, be sure that you are not using the Start/Stop button to light the LCD at night.



    Therapy Modes: CPAP, BiLevel S, VAuto (Auto-BiLevel)
    Pressure Range: 4-25 CM H2O
    Ramp: Standard Ramp User Adjustable 0 to 45 Minutes
    Ramp Start: 4 to Minimum Therapy Pressure
    Altitude Adjustment: Automatic Up To 8500 Feet
    Sound Levels (Average) 26.6 dBA
    Insurance Code(s) E0601, E0562
    Warranty: 2 Years
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