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Any help interpreting DreamStation data is appreciated!
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RE: Any help interpreting DreamStation data is appreciated!
(06-15-2020, 06:27 AM)Crimson Nape Wrote: tb123 - See the little arrow (triangle), pointing up, next to the day-of-the-week?  Click it and it will roll up the calendar and change to pointing down, meaning show the calendar.

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(06-15-2020, 07:11 AM)Fedman Wrote: tb123, I believe you would benefit from an increase in minimum pressure.  You were at 7 cm last week and I see you're back down to 6.5 cm.  Slight increases in min pressure will likely help clear up some of your hypopneas.  I suggest you go back up to 7 cm.  I wouldn't be surprised if you eventually need 7.5 or 8 if you want to get under 1 AHI.

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Yes, I changed it-- good detective work and thank you for the response. I will change it back and monitor results. Thank you!
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