What Are SD Cards In CPAP Machines?
Resmed's SD Card collects and stores CPAP therapy data from AirSense 10 AutoSet Card-to-Cloud (C2C) Version and S9 Series and come with the SD card installed. Data collected is accessible by CPAP vendors with vendor software AirView™ or ResScan™. One SD Card can be used with one machine at a time. Once used in another device, the SD Card gets reformatted and earlier data is erased. An SD card is not required for machines with cellular connectivity. CPAP machines are available with cellular connectivity and users can download and use MyAir App. This app allows patients to review and self-monitor their CPAP therapy.
Respironics' SD Card collects and stores CPAP therapy data from DreamStation, System One and RemStar series. Data collected can be reviewed with a physician or sleep lab. This data is accessible by CPAP vendors with vendor software. An SD card is not needed for all machines. CPAP users can download DreamMapper App. This app allows patients to view sleep therapy results quickly and easily.
SD cards do not come with a purchase of all CPAP machines - only select ones. It can be purchased upon request. SD cards are $25 each.
iBreeze devices collects and stores sleep data via SD cards. Users may view their sleep data on their iBreeze CPAP devices under 'INFO'. Sleep data can be displayed daily, or you may search sleep data based on date selection.