- RESmart GII BPAP System is a Bi-level Positive Airway Pressure device, which is intended to provide non-invasive ventilation for patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), either in the hospital or at home.
- The device is to be used only on the instruction of a licensed health care professional. Your home care provider will make the correct pressure settings according to your health care professional’s prescription.
- Several accessories are available to make your OSA treatment with this device as convenient and comfortable as possible.
- To ensure that you receive the safe, effective therapy prescribed for you, use only BMC accessories.
Indicate the humidity level. There are five levels in total. The number of indicator lights that light up is directly proportional to the humidity level. If none of the indicator lights light up, it means the humidifier is turned off
Press this button to mute the alert. However, if the problem causing the alert is not solved, the alert will sound again two minutes later
Start treatment and adjust device settings
Enable the Ramp feature
Display menus for operation, messages, monitoring data, etc.
Indicate the power supply status with the green indicator light
Deliver pressurized air; connects to the tube or the air inlet of the humidifier
Provide power to the humidifier which is connected to the main device
Connect the humidifier to the main device after this shied is removed
SD Card Slot
Insert the SD card into this slot
Connected to external equipment (Not for connection to the phone or computer)
An inlet for the DC power supply
Air Filter and Filter Cap
Place the cap on the air filter, which is used to filter dust and pollen in the air entering the device
The device delivers the following therapies:
- Delivers Continuous Positive Airway Pressure;
- CPAP maintains a constant level of pressure throughout the breathing cycle.
- If your health care professional has prescribed ramp for you, you can turn the Knob to reduce the pressure and then gradually increase the pressure to the therapeutic pressure setting so that you can fall asleep more comfortably.
- Delivers CPAP therapy and provides an air pressure no less than the prescribed one based on the patient’s needs.
- A bi-level mode which responds to both your inhalation and exhalation by increasing pressure when you start to inhale and decreasing pressure when you start to exhale.
- There is no automatic delivery of a breath you do not inhale.
- IPAP (Inspiratory Positive Airway Pressure) and EPAP (Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure) are preset by home care provider.
- – A bi-level mode which responds to both your inhalation and exhalation by increasing
- pressure when you start to inhale and decreasing pressure when you start to exhale. If you
- do not start inhaling within a set time, the device automatically starts inhalation. When the
- device starts inhalation, it controls the time of inhalation and automatically decreases the
- pressure for exhalation within a set time.
- – A bi-level mode which the device automatically starts inhalation and exhalation,
- automatically controls the time of inhalation and that of exhalation according to the preset
The Glossary to be known in this device:
- Apnea: A condition marked by the cessation of spontaneous breathing.
- Auto-CPAP: Adjust CPAP pressure automatically to improve patient comfort based on monitoring of sleep events, such as apnea, hypopnea etc.
- Auto Off: When this feature is enabled, the device automatically discontinues therapy whenever the mask is removed.
- Auto On: With this feature, the device automatically initiates therapy when you breathe into the mask. This feature is always enabled.
- CPAP: Continuous Positive Airway Pressure.
- EPAP: Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure.
- IPAP: Inspiratory Positive Airway Pressure.
- iCode: A feature that is intended to give access to compliance and therapy management information. The “iCode” consists of six separate codes displayed in the Patient Menu, each code is a sequence of numbers. The “iCode QR” and “iCode QR+” display two-dimensional codes.
- LPM: Liters Per Minute.
- OSA: Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
- Patient Menu: The display mode in which you can change patient-adjustable device settings, such as the starting pressure for the Ramp feature.
- Ramp: A feature that may increase patient comfort when therapy is started. It can reduce pressure and then gradually increase the pressure to the prescription setting so the patient can fall asleep more comfortably.
- Rise Time: The time it takes for the device to change from EPAP to IPAP. You can adjust this time for your comfort.
- Res Rate: Respiratory Rate. Number of breaths per minute.
- Reslex: A therapy feature that is enabled by your home care provider to provide pressure relief during exhalation.
- Standby State: The state of the device when power is applied but the airflow is turned off.
- min: Means the time unit “minute”.
- h: Means the time unit “hour”.
- yy mm dd / mm dd yy / dd mm yy: Denotes date.
170 mm × 180 mm × 118 mm, or 290 mm × 180 mm × 134 mm (with the humidifier)
1.5 kg, or 2.5 kg (with the humidifier)
Product Use, Transport and Storage
Transport and Storage
Temperature: 5° C to 35° C (41˚F to 95˚F)
-25° C to 70° C (-13˚F to 158˚F)
Humidity: 15% to 93% Non-condensing
15% to 93% Non-condensing
Atmospheric Pressure: 760 ～ 1060 hPa
760 ～ 1060 hPa
Mode of Operation
CPAP, Auto, S, S/T, T
The SD card can record patient data and fault information
AC Power Consumption
100 – 240 V ～, 50 / 60 Hz, 2.0 A Max
Main Device offer to USB Communications Port
5 V ～ 2.0 A
Main Device offer to Humidifier
24 V ～ 1.5 A
Type of Protection Against Electric Shock
Class II Equipment
Degree of Protection Against Electric Shock
Type BF Applied Part
Degree of Protection Against Ingress of Water
4.0 ～ 20.0 hPa ; in 0.5 hPa increments.
4.0 ～ 20.0 hPa ; in 0.5 hPa increments.
4.0 ～ 20.0 hPa
Under single fault conditions,
≤ 30 hPa for CPAP mode,
≤ 40 hPa for the rest modes.
Pressure Display Accuracy
± (0.8 hPa＋4%)
Static Pressure Stability
± 0.5 hPa
The ramp time ranges from 0 to 60 minutes.
Sound Pressure Level
＜30 dB, when the device is working at the pressure of 10 hPa.
Sound Power Level
＜38 dB, when the device is working at the pressure of 10 hPa.
Test Pressure (hPa)
Measured Pressure at the Patient Connection Port (hPa)
Average Flow at the Patient
Connection Port (l/min)
0% ～ 100%
The margin of error for SpO2 between 70% and 100% is ± 3%.
No strict accuracy requirements for SpO2 below 70%.
Range: 40 ～ 240 BPM
Margin of Error: ± 1%
Red: 663 nanometers
Infrared: 890 nanometers
Maximal Optical Output Power
Less than 1.5 mw maximum average.
Length: 6 ft. (1.83 m)
The Form and the Dimensions of the Patient Connection Port
The 22 mm conical air outlet complies with ISO 5356-1.
- Studies have shown that the following pre-existing conditions may contraindicate the use of positive airway pressure therapy for some patients:
- Absolute Contraindications: Pneumothorax, mediastinal emphysema; cerebrospinal fluid leak, traumatic brain injury, or pneumocephalus; shock caused by a variety of conditions before treatment; active epistaxis; upper gastrointestinal bleeding before treatment; coma or impaired consciousness making the use of mask during therapy impossible; giant vocal fold polyp, etc.
- Relative Contraindications: Severe coronary heart disease complicated with left ventricular failure, acute otitis media, excessive respiratory secretions and weak cough, weak spontaneous breathing, nasal or oral tracheal intubation and tracheotomy, severe nasal congestion caused by a variety of conditions, lung bullae, and allergies to breathing masks,
- The following side effects may occur during treatment:
– Dryness of the mouth, nose and throat
– Abdominal bloating
– Ear or sinus discomfort
– Eye irritation
– Skin irritation due to the use of a mask
– Chest discomfort
- An irregular sleep schedule, alcohol consumption, obesity, sleeping pills, or sedatives may aggravate your symptoms.
- Please use the mask which meets ISO 17510: 2015.
- Contact your health care professional if symptoms of sleep apnea recur.
- Contact your health care professional if you have any questions concerning your therapy.