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CMS50 SpO2
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I recently got the CMS 50 wrist SpO2 recording device.
I have downloaded the data to my computer and viewed the reports, but I can't find the data on my hard drives.
Where does there software put it or how can I control the location?
I would like to maintain my history.
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You have to do something to see them. I'll look it up.

Found it.

Quote:If you navigate to that folder outside of the program, you will not see any files listed. You must click the 'Compatibility Files' option which then takes you to: C:\Users\[user profile name]\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86)\SpO2\Data

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(07-15-2013, 03:28 PM)PaulaO2 Wrote: You have to do something to see them. I'll look it up.

Found it.

Quote:If you navigate to that folder outside of the program, you will not see any files listed. You must click the 'Compatibility Files' option which then takes you to: C:\Users\[user profile name]\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86)\SpO2\Data

http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...File_Names

Found Paula02 prior post. Followed here instructions. Allison now well
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Good! Glad we could help.
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(07-15-2013, 05:55 PM)PaulaO2 Wrote: Good! Glad we could help.

I have other issues with CMS50+
First, when I try to sync it with sleepyhead I should choose CMS50F37, not mine in order be able download data directly from the device
Second, I can download the data using Spo2 assistant V3.0.3 and the file is saved as. Spo2 and when I try to import to sleepyhead, it gives me error.
Third, I can't erase the downloaded data after importing using both applications sleepyhead and SPO2 assistant and this cause problems as it adds all of sessions to the day ( I.e. if the device save 3 days of data, each one 8 hours. It will add 24 hours to the session!, Lol)

So confused to resolve this. 
Hope someone can guide me fix this otherwise I can't import SPO as it messes my sleepyhead data although it adds it
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There is a time issue with the direct SpO2 data import.  The best way to import it in SH version 1.0 is to use the SpO2 file.  You will need to copy the original SpO2 file to another directory. This is due to file permissions set by the SpO2 Assistant program which prohibit data files from being imported from its home directory.

Good luck!!
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(03-15-2018, 10:13 AM)Crimson Nape Wrote: There is a time issue with the direct SpO2 data import.  The best way to import it in SH version 1.0 is to use the SpO2 file.  You will need to copy the original SpO2 file to another directory. This is due to file permissions set by the SpO2 Assistant program which prohibit data files from being imported from its home directory.

Good luck!!

Thank you Crimson,

Seems it worked. I followed your instructions and was able to import the file with no issues. Appreciate your detailed info
I will try tomorrow and hope it import same time length of my sleep duration
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Now ,
How can I delete the old sessions to avoid adding them to the main file and merge them
I tried using the SPo2 assistant app and it told me that it's not supported!

Any advice for deleting the old sessions once imported?
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There are 2 things to try.  First go to the Daily screen and have the day/date selected that you wish to cleanup.  Next, go to Data -> Oximetery Cleanup and see if that does the trick.  If not, Data -> Advanced -> Purge Oximetery Data -> Current Day.  If you use the last option you will need to import the data from the SpO2 file back in after the purge.

Good luck!
-Red
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(03-15-2018, 10:59 AM)Crimson Nape Wrote: There are 2 things to try.  First go to the Daily screen and have the day/date selected that you wish to cleanup.  Next, go to Data -> Oximetery Cleanup and see if that does the trick.  If not, Data -> Advanced -> Purge Oximetery Data -> Current Day.  If you use the last option you will need to import the data from the SpO2 file back in after the purge.

Good luck!
-Red

TX Crimson,
Last option worked, but deleted CPAP data as well. I had to reimport BOTH. but worked as should B
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