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Brian's Data
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Brian's Data
Ok finally here is my data guys!

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#2
RE: Brian's Data
Nice nap.
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RE: Brian's Data
well that would concern me, a tidal volume in the 900's seems too high, Is it normal to be this number, most are between 400-600. Is there a medical reason they want this and have the ASV in manual mode and these settings? I would contact your doctor and DME ASAP and confirm this is what they want.
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They set it up so I guess that’s what the Pulmonologist wants? Ok I did just set it to AutoASV. I will see how that goes tonight and over the weekend.
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Am I uploading the data correctly? It was a nice nap because I just loaded up on my meds .... lol
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RE: Brian's Data
If this is what is happening all night, I'd ask him the specific question, if he wanted a median tidal volume of over 900. He may be unaware of the pressures he gave giving this result, he may want to look further into it.
Most use https://imgur.com as it displays the charts clearer and able to zoom a bit
mask fit http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...ask_Primer
For auto-cpap, from machine data or software. You can set the min pressure 1 or 2cm below 95%. Or clinicians commonly use the maximum or 95% pressure for fixed pressure CPAP, this can also be used for min pressure.
https://aasm.org/resources/practiceparam...rating.pdf
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RE: Brian's Data
Ok I will try AutoASV for the weekend. I will upload from imgur tomorrow it’s too late tonight to set it all up! I will also upload the sleep time and no naps! Lol
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RE: Brian's Data
Ok let’s try this again!

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RE: Brian's Data
Just a hint on posting. If you look at the left and to the bottom there's a box called Session Information. If you click on the time you took a nap it will go away and expand the rest of your sleep time to the full chart.

I agree with ajack that your tidal volume is very high. Also your respiratory rate is a little slower than normal. Don't know what it means though. Your Apnea numbers look good.
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RE: Brian's Data
My heart rate and respiratory rate were always low for me but since I’ve had a pain pump installed with just dilaudid in it for my spinal injuries, well it has caused them to drop off a little. The doctors watch it but are not too worried about that yet.
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