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Big AHI drop with starting on S9 Autoset?
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(08-11-2012, 11:59 PM)archangle Wrote: S9 AutoSet in particular seems to detect the precursors to actual apnea and react before they happen.
ResMed say the same thing but I,m not sure. My AHI most days below "1" but cannot seem to get flow limitation under control at any pressure.
I would think if apnea being taken care off so should flow limitation too but not what ResScan shows Dont-know
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(05-17-2012, 10:48 PM)Deemus Wrote:
(05-17-2012, 10:34 PM)CHanlon Wrote: Probably D) All of the above. :-)

The S9 uses an updated algorithm for detection and for adjusting pressure, and because of that, you'll get different recording of events... and therefore, it's working better.

OMG I love this site, thanks for the quick replies! Thanks

Deemus:I have only been here a short while and the people are very helpfull and kind they care bc we all have the same thing,welcome to the forumSleep-well
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