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AirMini™ Therapy

Explore ResMed AirMini™ AutoSet™ ravel CPAP Machine is the smallest ResMed machine available today, weighing only 0.66 pounds.

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Airsense 10 Autoset Therapy

The AirSense™ 10 AutoSet  Heated Humidifier builds on the reliable and advanced features of the S9 line of machines by ResMed adding a built-in HumidAir™ humidifier in a sleek design that is 23% lighter.

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ResMed offers simple and safe sleep test options that you can take from the comfort of your home.


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Frequently Asked Questions

ResMed is a global leader in sleep technology that has its origins right here in Australia. Our goal is to provide people with the means to awaken their best and enjoy healthier lives by promoting good sleep habits and creating awareness for sleep disorders such as sleep apnea.

CPAP uses an air pump and mask to deliver mild air pressure to the upper airway of a person while they sleep. The air pressure can be constant or variable depending on the type of machine. The CPAP pump takes in room air, pressurises it and then transports the pressurised air through a tube and mask and delivers it via the person’s nose (or nose and mouth) into their upper airway (throat). The pressurised air prevents their upper airway from collapsing, allowing them to breathe more normally while they sleep.

A prescription or referral is not required to try CPAP. It is recommended that a sleep test is completed prior. Some patients may need to speak to a sleep specialist or GP before starting on a CPAP treatment. If in doubt, it is recommended that you speak to your GP before trying a CPAP.