(07-07-2014, 05:55 PM)jcarerra Wrote: Looks NOT like Chenye-Stokes (sp) because they lack the front end sine wave entry into the breathing (lower into higher breaths followed by declining breaths). Mine jump straight away into strong breaths.It's true that this doesn't look like CSR. But it still has enough regularity and waxing/waning to potentially be a long chain of pressure induced centrals. And if the airway is collapsing or partially collapsing after the apnea starts, but before the FOT kicks in, that could explain why the machine is classifying them as OAs.
I think there's enough question about whether there's a central component to these clusters that you really do need to see a specialist.
Question: Has there been any improvement at all with the pressure increases? How many days did you leave the pressure at each setting?
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