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Another titation and System One Resistance
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(12-17-2013, 04:02 AM)me50 Wrote: Sam,
I don't use your machine so I am not familiar with how it works, etc. There are many here that do. To me, it looks like your leaks are way too high. Hopefully, someone else will have better answers for you.
"me50"... Thanks for the response...
The numbers & numbers format I used in my previous POST above was (from and therefore I believe to be) simply in SleepyHead format!
I have read and was told by my Sleep Medicine MD that 25 LPM was the level for Leaks above which can cause my PRS1's (and other machines) Algorithyms to become unreliable in making auto changes to a patient's IPA & EPA pressures.

So what I'm seeking is information as to how & where to read this 25 LPM level of Leaks using SleepyHead's "Line-Charts" and/or "Statistics" tables!!?

Regards,
Sam Ross... aka MrSafety
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