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Bi-flex/rise Time Screen; Setup Screen - Philips BiPAP autoSV advanced system One User Manual

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Bi-Flex/Rise time Screen

From the Home screen, highlight "Bi-Flex" or "Rise time" and press the wheel. The following screen will appear.
note: This screen will be blank on the Home screen if your provider has not enabled Bi-Flex or Rise time on your device.
Back
Bi-Flex
1 2 3
Rise time
0 1 2 3
Back
Flex Screen
• Bi-Flex - The Bi-Flex comfort feature allows you to adjust the level of air pressure relief that you feel when you
exhale during therapy. Your home care provider can enable, lock or disable this feature. When your provider
enables Bi-Flex, a level will already be set for you on the device. If this is not comfortable, you can increase or
decrease the setting. The setting of 1 provides a small amount of pressure relief, with higher numbers providing
additional relief. If the provider has disabled this feature, this setting will not display.
note: This same setting is also available under the "Setup" screen.
• Rise time - The Rise time comfort feature is the time it takes for the device to change from EPAP to IPAP. If
Rise time is prescribed for you, you can adjust the Rise time from 0 to 3 to find the setting that provides you with
the most comfort. A setting of 0 is the fastest Rise time, while 3 is the slowest. This setting will not display if your
provider has not enabled Rise time on your device.
note: This same setting is also available under the "Setup" screen.

Setup Screen

From the Home screen, highlight "Setup" and press the wheel. The following Setup screen will appear. The user can
change settings in the Setup menu.
Back
Bi-Flex
Rise time
Tubing Type
Ramp start
SYSTEM ONE resistance
SYSTEM ONE humidification on
Humidifier
Auto on
Humidifier LED Backlight
Language
Back
Setup Screen
note: The screen will only show a few lines at a time. As you rotate the wheel to toggle over different options
the screen will slide up and down accordingly. If the text is too long to completely fit on the screen, it will scroll
horizontally across the screen when highlighted.
• Bi-Flex - The Bi-Flex comfort feature allows you to adjust the level of air pressure relief that you feel when you
exhale during therapy. Your home care provider can enable, lock or disable this feature. When your provider enables
Bi-Flex, a level will already be set for you on the device. If this is not comfortable, you can increase or decrease the
setting. The setting of 1 provides a small amount of pressure relief, with higher numbers providing additional relief. If
the provider has disabled this feature, this setting will not display.
note: This same setting is also available under the "Flex/Rise time" screen.
• Rise time - The Rise time comfort feature is the time it takes for the device to change from EPAP to IPAP. If Rise
time is prescribed for you, you can adjust the Rise time from 0 to 3 to find the setting that provides you with the most
comfort. A setting of 0 is the fastest Rise time, while 3 is the slowest. This setting will not display if your provider has
not enabled Rise time on your device.
note: This same setting is also available under the "Flex/Rise time" screen.
User Manual
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