S8 AutoSet™ II Auto CPAP Machine with H4i™ Heated Humidifier
Features include the new whisper-quiet operation and superior APAP comfort with efficacy and compliance monitoring through the new and improved EPR with Easy-Breathe technology. Series S8 II now available in AutoSet mode as well as CPAP mode.
The premium auto-adjusting device in our S8 Series II, featuring the following benefits:
- New whisper-quiet operation is 75% quieter than before
- New Easy-Breathe technology ResMeds revolutionary new therapy system
- New and improved EPR with Easy-Breathe technology for enhanced patient breathing comfort
- Usage-based compliance download for accurate patient monitoring
- Data card a standard feature included for easy two-way data transfer
Setting a new industry standard in quiet therapy and comfort, ResMeds new sophisticated motor design delivers superior performance at a lower effort while cutting device noise significantly. By reducing noise, Easy-Breathe technology enables patients and their bed partners to sleep peacefully through the night.
Easy-Breathe technology combines new software, a quieter motor and improved EPR for maximum comfort and a quiet nights sleep. With Easy-Breathe technology, EPR is integrated with AutoSet technology for pressure relief that continually adjusts to patients pressure needs, breath by breath.
Pressure Relief for More Natural Breathing
Featuring ResMeds improved EPR with Easy-Breathe technology, the S8 AutoSet II offers pressure relief delivered in a smooth waveform that mimics patient breathing. With a choice of three different EPR comfort levels, the S8 AutoSet II with Easy-Breathe technology allows customized comfort for breathing that feels natural.
Why Prescribe AutoSet with Easy-Breathe Technology?
ResMeds AutoSet technology is clinically proven to increase patient comfort and compliance by adjusting pressure to meet patients pressure needs, breath by breath. In a study by Bliss et al, ResMeds AutoSet was found to respond more effectively to inspiratory flow limitiation breath by breath than comparable APAP devices, for more comfortable, efficacious therapy. (Bliss et al 2001, Watkins 2004, Massie 2003)