AHI=0.8, my "brick" is still working! lol
It does show a little residual snoring so there is a narrow window for tweaking it but I think I really need to take better care of my RAD first. lol
11-06-2015, 10:50 AM
(This post was last modified: 11-06-2015, 10:53 AM by usertc.)
I'm new to an Autopap, which has auto ramping, pressure relief, and automatic climate control for humidity and tube temperature., as well as cellular and wireless service so my data is automatically uploaded to the MyAir site and my dr can look at it and adjust my settings remotely.
I was also told by the supplier how to change certain settings that I could tweak for comfort. I was also given a Resmed pamphlet with my manual with a list of problems and how to change the settings for comfort level.
So some of us that talk about changing settings have been given permission by our drs and instruction to do so. The one thing I do not change is the maximum pressure, but with the autopap, I'm staying well below the maximum anyway.
Wow, what an interesting and informative thread! Thank you jec335 for initiating this. I for one will benefit from your postings and from all of the responses. My equipment supplier will not provide any information on changing settings except ramp time settings. With a little digging I was able to find the information. The suppliers resistance to user changes and more so, that of many doctors is, I believe, due to liability concerns.
Again, thanks for starting the discussion and thanks to all who responded. That's what makes this forum so helpful.