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Any changes to make after 9 months of therapy?
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Any changes to make after 9 months of therapy?
Hi all, last time I posted, Sleeprider gave me excellent guidance in setting up my AirCurve 10 Vauto. Hard to believe that was back in July. I've been using my machine for nine months with very good results. As I haven't checked in since starting treatment, I thought to post last night's OSCAR data, a zoomed-in view of an Obstructive Apnea, as well as an "Overview" of my stats since July.

I'd appreciate any suggestions! Should I keep my settings as they are, or are adjustments necessary? Please let me know if more screenshots would be helpful. Many thanks.

   
   
   
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RE: Any changes to make after 9 months of therapy?
I can't think of anything to change, if it's not broke don't for it I'd guess. Very good stats for a low pressure set.
Dave

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