Sunset S9 and AirSense 10 Hypoallergenic Filter
Sunset S9 and AirSense 10 are both Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machines used to treat sleep apnea. The Hypoallergenic filter is an optional accessory that can be used with these machines to filter out small particles and allergens from the air, helping to reduce the number of irritants that can be inhaled during sleep. The Hypoallergenic filter is designed to be used in place of the standard filter that comes with the machine and should be replaced every month or sooner if it appears dirty or clogged.
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Sunset S9 and AirSense 10 are two different models of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines used for the treatment of sleep apnea.
Hypoallergenic filters are filters that are designed to remove airborne allergens and irritants from the air. They are typically made from materials that are less likely to cause allergic reactions or irritation, such as foam or cotton. Hypoallergenic filters can be used in CPAP machines to reduce the amount of allergens that are breathed in during sleep.
Both the Sunset S9 and AirSense 10 machines are compatible with hypoallergenic filters. These filters are designed to capture airborne particles, such as pollen, dust, and pet dander, that can trigger allergic reactions or exacerbate existing respiratory conditions.
Hypoallergenic filters are generally replaced every 30 days or as needed, depending on the level of particle concentration in the environment. It is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for replacing the filter to ensure optimal performance of the CPAP machine.
|Filter Replacement for ResMed Machines|
|1||Open air filter hatch on the back of machine.|
|2||Remove old filter and discard. Filters are not washable/reusable.|
|3||Insert flat, white filters with either side out. If using a filter with a blue side, insert with blue side facing out.|
|4||Close air filter hatch.|