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AHI High with Potential O2 Needs
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I looked over all of my and have never had a flow limitation. It is always 0.00

Last night my AHI was 17.95
NOTE: Between 3:27AM and 3:32AM my AHI was 40

Philips Respironics DreamStation
Auto CPAPModel 500X110 - J1670172556ED
PAP Mode: CPAP
Fixed 10 (cmH2O)

Date Sleep Wake Hours
9/14/2016 22:52:26 06:30:45 07:17:49
Periodic Breathing 3.89%
Large Leak 0.00%
Clear Airway 1.23
Obstructive 11.65
Hypopnea 5.07
Flow Limitation 0.00
RERA 1.64
Vibratory Snore 0.00
Vibratory Snore (VS2) 1.10
Pressure Pulse 5.62

I have call into doc.Thanks

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#12
How long have you been on therapy?

Agree with Sleeprider. I would think fixed @ 10 with these issues should have shown up in a proper titration.

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Using FlashAir W-03 SD card in machine. Access through wifi with FlashPAP or Sleep Master utilities.

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