I bounce around '90' at night. While I get drops as low as the mid 70s, my time below the magic 88 is usually under 5 minutes per night. But my PCP isn't too happy with those numbers, so we shall see.
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Is this (CMS 50F OLED Wrist Color Pulse Oximeter with Acc U Rate® SnugFit probe) compatible with SleepyHead?
The write-up on the vendor web site says it isn't, but SleepyHead itself states, "Currently works with the entire known CMS50 series." I just don't know which is true--perhaps the SH statement was written before the oximeter I mention here was on the market.
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Diagnosed with OSA September 2014
Lowest SpO2: 79%
That is for the older version of SH. If you have the newer version, yes, it is compatible.
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I'm into night 3 with my new CMS-50F and love it. Note: It makes life easier if you limit your user name to 7 characters or less in SH because that's the limit on the CMS-50F. BTW: I'm using SH 0.9.8-1 testing.