AirSense™ 10 AutoSet™ Card-to-Cloud with HumidAir™
Includes ResMed AirSense™ 10 AutoSet Card-to-Cloud (C2C) auto-adjusting pressure machine with built-in HumidAir™ humidifier and downloadable data via SD card included in device. Purchase does not include CPAP mask or replacement tub. Prescription required. About AirSense 10 AutoSet Card-to-Cloud:
Auto-adjusting PAP machine changes airflow pressure levels throughout the night based on your needs
Built-in humidifier and Climate Control auto setting provide breathing comfort
User-friendly controls and an intuitive interface make it simple to navigate settings and the nightly sleep report
AutoRamp ™ feature delivers a low airflow pressure to help you fall asleep, then steadily increases to your prescribed level
Provides advanced event detection, including central sleep apnea and Cheyne–Stokes respiration detection
Device data can be downloaded via included SD card to upload into AirView™ or ResScan™
About the HumidAir heated humidifier:
Humidification is designed to provide comfortable therapy, while preventing dry mouth and congestion
Includes standard tub
Climate Control auto setting controls the humidifier
Personalize your settings to find the level of humidity that’s most comfortable for you
Optional cleanable replacement tub can be used in place of the standard HumidAir tub
ResMed is temporarily adding C2C devices to our fleet for sleep and respiratory care devices:
To serve the constantly growing backlog of patients waiting to start therapy, or to replace a device that is at the end of its design life, we’re temporarily adding C2C (Card-to-Cloud) PAP devices to our fleet of connected sleep and respiratory care devices.
We remain committed to our connected health strategy and continue to invest in innovating our digital solutions today.
Adding C2C devices to our portfolio of offerings is a temporary decision, specifically aimed at alleviating the unmet needs of hundreds of thousands of patients worldwide waiting for ResMed PAP therapy while CAM (Communications Access Module) supply remains constrained.
This guidebook will help coach you on how to seamlessly integrate C2C PAP devices into your fleet to setup on new patients.
Things to consider with patients using Air10 C2C devices
When it comes to patients on Air10 C2C devices, we recommend setting clear expectations early on. Below are a few things to consider with C2C patients:
When you order the ResMed Airsense 10 Card-to-Cloud you get
ResMed SlimLine™ tube Includes ResMed SlimLine™ CPAP tube. This purchase does not include CPAP machine system.
About SlimLine heated tubing:
SlimLine tube is lighter, thinner and takes up less space than traditional tubing
Compatible with ResMed Air10™ and S9™ machines
(Inserted before shipping)
SD Card Envelope
(Allows for easier tracking of SD cards)
(Included with User Guide)
What is C2C?
C2C, or Card-to-Cloud, refers to the ability of healthcare providers to access patient therapy and usage data via the device’s SD card. While all ResMed devices capture and safely store patient nightly usage data, Air10™ C2C devices cannot relay data directly to the cloud. However, there are steps that can be taken so the data is available for the patient and clinician. Clinicians can use AirView™ to log patient data using the Air10 C2C devices by manually downloading the data off the patient’s SD card, located on the side of the Air10 C2C device.
Why is ResMed offering C2C devices?
To serve the constantly growing backlog of patients waiting to start therapy or to replace a device that is at the end of its design life, we’re temporarily adding C2C PAP devices to our fleet of connected sleep and respiratory care devices.
Adding C2C devices to our portfolio of offerings is a temporary decision specifically aimed at alleviating the unmet needs of hundreds of thousands of patients worldwide waiting for ResMed PAP therapy while CAM (Communications Access Module) supply remains constrained. We remain committed to our connected health strategy and continue to invest in innovating our digital solutions today.
How can I tell the difference between a connected Air10 device and an Air10 C2C device?
There are a few ways to identify if you have an Air10 C2C device.
A. Refer to the home screen when the device is powered on.
For Air10 CAM devices, there is a symbol in the top-right corner of the user interface (circled below) which identifies the cellular connection, as shown in image 1 and image 3.
For an Air10 C2C device this symbol will not appear on the User Interface, as shown in image 2 and image 4.
B. Refer to the product labeling on the back of the device.
A connected Air10 device label on the back of the device contains only serial number information (example shown below):
An Air10 C2C device label on the back of the device will contain serial number information as well as two or three symbols (depending on your device type).
For AirSense™ 10 AutoSet™, and AirCurve™ 10 VAuto, ASV and ST C2C models, the label will appear with two additional symbols (example below on this device label):
For the AirCurve 10 ST-A C2C model, the label will appear with three additional symbols (example below on this device label):