Respironics DreamStation vs. ResMed AirSense 10 Auto CPAP Machine

By Gavin | October 11, 2018

I wanted to show you some differences between the Philips Respironics dream station auto CPAP and the ResMed, this is the AirSense 10 Auto CPAP machine, heated tube or Non-heated tube, and go right there, and it swivels, that's where the power goes a C or DC, so you can plug it into a battery, and the dream station swivels heat a tube or Non-heated tube power goes right there, and that will also accept DC power as well to connect to a battery, so for size, the air sets 10 right there is a little taller, the dream station is a little longer, and we'll show you how easy it is to remove the water chamber on the AirSense 10, there's a latch that opens, so you can actually get your hand in there and clean it, and the dream station has something similar and we'll show you here.

This is how you get access to their water chamber, get your hand in there and you can clean it, one of the big differences here is that you on the dream station you can completely remove by pressing that button, the whole heated humidification portion, if you're traveling and you just want to take the CPAP, itself very small, smaller than the AirSense 10, as you can see there is a cap that you can buy for the AirSense 10, that will go right there in case you don't want to use the chamber or the heated humidification, there's a side view about the same way, but the dream station is a little smaller, both automatic units with the power button on top for that one, and this dial that you turn and push to go through all the user menus on both units, both units also have a color screen, and because these are automatic machines, they're going to give you full compliance information, a chai Li create average usage, hours usage, data events per hour, both you can see have an easy access to the filters, and both come with an SD card as well, already be installed on both units, and here's the SD card for the AirSince 10.

The AirSense 10 also uses something called my air, it's an online support program app, it will automatically send information from your CPAP machine to your computer or your smartphone, Philips Respironics has something called dream mapper, it's a mobile app that allows you to track your therapy progress, so both units are available on our website