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[CPAP] AHI
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AHI
Help   [attachment=24118][attachment=24118][attachment=24118][attachment=24118][attachment=24118]I have a Phillips Respironics DreamStation CPAP PRO Hum DOM  Model # DSX400H11

I started using it again on June 4, 2020 after 2 heart attacks. The sleep doctor set the max on 7, but my AHI is averaging about 25.

I've been playing around with the settings, but can't get them to level out low. I really don't know what I should set my machine to now. I would appreciate any help offered.

It's a case of me learning how to go into the settings and not knowing what the heck to set anything on.

Thank you in advance for your suggestions.
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RE: AHI
Hi, Download OSCAR.

https://www.sleepfiles.com/OSCAR/

Then find out how to post the results from your machine and someone will give you help in how to adjust the pressures etc.

All the best
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RE: AHI
I can't find anywhere how to upload my data so that you can se it. I went to the link you gave me, but that was only to download OSCAR.
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RE: AHI
Start a post, look below it for attachments.,
2 steps, select your screenshot, use F12 to take it. Then you have to attach it. See my signature for the details.
Fred Bonjour - Project Manager and Lead Tester for OSCAR - Open Source CPAP Analysis Reporter 
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