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Are there any videos of ResScan in use? I'm interesting in watching a video tutorial,
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Hello. I am wondering if there exists a video of ResScan software in useeither videos with a tutorial for ResScan, and/or just its use being demonstrated. Thank you very much. I looked on YouTube, but it seems there is only one little video and it really does not have much information at all.
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Maybe on YouTube, I would just search rescan tutorial
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(04-28-2015, 11:20 PM)BiLevel48 Wrote: Hello. I am wondering if there exists a video of ResScan software in useeither videos with a tutorial for ResScan, and/or just its use being demonstrated. Thank you very much. I looked on YouTube, but it seems there is only one little video and it really does not have much information at all.
See my reply to your earlier thread
http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...#pid111222

Also, for the ResScan Report Interpretation Guide, (in PDF form; 7.2 Megabytes), click here:
http://www.apneaboard.com/ResScan_Interp...-Guide.pdf

ResScan Basics ... scroll down to the last video
http://www.apneaboard.com/resmed-s9-cpap-setup
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(04-29-2015, 02:04 AM)zonk Wrote:
(04-28-2015, 11:20 PM)BiLevel48 Wrote: Hello. I am wondering if there exists a video of ResScan software in useeither videos with a tutorial for ResScan, and/or just its use being demonstrated. Thank you very much. I looked on YouTube, but it seems there is only one little video and it really does not have much information at all.
See my reply to your earlier thread
http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...#pid111222

Also, for the ResScan Report Interpretation Guide, (in PDF form; 7.2 Megabytes), click here:
http://www.apneaboard.com/ResScan_Interp...-Guide.pdf

ResScan Basics ... scroll down to the last video
http://www.apneaboard.com/resmed-s9-cpap-setup

OK. Thank you very much. It appears that the latest data version is 5.3 so how far behind is the PDF User's manual that I'm looking at now? The user's manual appears to be from 2011 and I'm not sure how much different that version vs 5.3 is.
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(04-29-2015, 02:04 AM)zonk Wrote:
(04-28-2015, 11:20 PM)BiLevel48 Wrote: Hello. I am wondering if there exists a video of ResScan software in useeither videos with a tutorial for ResScan, and/or just its use being demonstrated. Thank you very much. I looked on YouTube, but it seems there is only one little video and it really does not have much information at all.
See my reply to your earlier thread
http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...#pid111222

Also, for the ResScan Report Interpretation Guide, (in PDF form; 7.2 Megabytes), click here:
http://www.apneaboard.com/ResScan_Interp...-Guide.pdf

ResScan Basics ... scroll down to the last video
http://www.apneaboard.com/resmed-s9-cpap-setup

This question is for Zonk. I really want to say first that your assistance is truly wonderful. My question in regards to ResScan. You know, I love SleepyHead because I get such profound detail in my reports. Like being that I have a Neuromuscular disorder and require my VPAP during the daytime as well as at night, it can extend to as much as 24 hours a day usage to help expand my lungs. I am not sure how much you know about daytime usage of VPAP or PAP devices for patients who have diseases like SMA, or ALS, or even those who are recovering from Guillain-Barre Syndrome, GBS, but I use my VPAP during the daytime as well, due to the fact that I have only around 37% respiratory function, because my muscles in my Diaphragm are so weak. So my FEV1 is only 37% which could be considered near Profound if not Profound Respiratory Insuffiency and so I use my VPAP as much as 24 hours. So with SleepyHead, It actually has those 24 hours in the report, so I can scroll essentially looking at second by second Graphics, and can zoom in really deep. Now can ResScan do that like SleepyHead? It is so nice to be able to scroll with left and right arrows to go through looking at my 24 hours of data from my SD Card of the usage of my machine, being able to see very important information like my Tidal Volume, my Minute Ventilation, my Flow waveforms, etc. I can read ventilator graphics very well, and essentially except for real time data, I have a report of graphics from a Non-Invasive Ventilatory Support System. But I am wondering if ResScan would get that detailed and actually get the whole 24 hours in the report so that I could zoom in really deeply, and see stuff second by second like with SleepyHead. I hope I was not too complicated to understand with the way I am talking about ventilation and all of that. But as my condition progresses, I may in the future, require full time PAP usage being unable to get off of it for only short periods like a few seconds to suction myself, or to maybe breathe off of it for maybe a minute. A lot of Neuromuscular disorders deteriorate like that. but I've actually seen some improvement in my quality of life since I have my new BiLevel machine.
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Hi. I'm not Zonk, but I can answer your question - Resscan can zoom in much the same as Sleepyhead to see stuff if considerable detail. I've attached a snip showing pressure and flow for 5 minutes, and the central part of that zoomed in to 10 seconds. You can see how much detail is available - in fact there may be more than you need. I find Sleepyhead easier to use but both programs have similar functionality.

       
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(04-30-2015, 02:28 AM)DeepBreathing Wrote: Hi. I'm not Zonk, but I can answer your question - Resscan can zoom in much the same as Sleepyhead to see stuff if considerable detail. I've attached a snip showing pressure and flow for 5 minutes, and the central part of that zoomed in to 10 seconds. You can see how much detail is available - in fact there may be more than you need. I find Sleepyhead easier to use but both programs have similar functionality.

WOWWWW. I want you to know how much that your snapshot of a really deeply zoomed in area of ResScan has helped me. Essentially its similar to SleepyHead. You know, you have truly helped me. Thank you sooooooooooooooooooooo much for that snapshot. It really zooms in similar to what you would be capable of doing with SleepyHead software. Smile Smile Sleep-well
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