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[CPAP] Does the infarction affect the breathing in the device?
RE: Does the infarction affect the breathing in the device?
I don't understand you. 
It seemed to me that you want to be malicious ...
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RE: Does the infarction affect the breathing in the device?
mean? lech, if you are responding to me, I think there may be a language problem here because I don't always understand you either! :-) lol

please be assured I have no interest in being mean; serves no purpose and not in my make up. no ulterior motive. no axe to grind. just another joe on the internet. it's academic to me. what would be the point of getting personal on an anonymous forum? I know, a dumb question, given all the nasty mean troll behavior elsewhere.

just responding to the situation as I read it. my responses reflect my limited experience with apnea/cpap and my opinion about how I think I would address your issues if I had them. just interested in apnea because of my own condition. and a general preference for the well-being of everyone. my sense is this describes most if not all AB members.

obviously whatever is said here is yours to take or leave.

sorry if I made you think I was being mean. I thought I was being reasonably diplomatic but apparently my communication skills need work.

my best to you.
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RE: Does the infarction affect the breathing in the device?
malicious, I made a mistake
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RE: Does the infarction affect the breathing in the device?
well, just substitute malicious for mean in my last post. same thing.
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RE: Does the infarction affect the breathing in the device?
(06-26-2019, 11:47 AM)lech Wrote: I don't understand you. 
It seemed to me that you want to be malicious ...


lech,
I have been following your thread for some time now, and have read through all the posts 2 or 3 times.
With that said, no one person here is being malicious or mean in any way.  

Just the opposite....you have received a lot of good advice from some of the most knowledgeable folk we have here on the forum.  Not only the good advice, but it comes from folk who care for others and want to be helpful.  There is much collective experience on this forum, and advice is given based on that.

We are not doctors, nor is anyone attempting to replace the advice that your health care professional gives you.  

Have a good day and please take some time to reread the posts in this thread.  You might see something different.  Smile
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The first night with a new device and the N30i mask.
It was luxurious in this mask. However, leaks are still there. I enclose the results. For professionals, they can be very interesting.


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.pdf   Oscar 26.06.pdf (Size: 541.78 KB / Downloads: 21)
.pdf   ResScan 26.06.pdf (Size: 428.21 KB / Downloads: 21)
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@ OpalRose

I am delighted with the help of forum members.
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RE: Does the infarction affect the breathing in the device?
AHI and other statistics appear to match between ResScan and OSCAR, with AHI about 26/hour. This new machine is showing extensive periods of CSR associated with UA and H events. Overall, this appears to be the same as your previous machine so far. ResScan reports 44% of time in CSR. This would lead me to conclude that the night you had in the sleep test was not typical or consistent with the results we have seen from your CPAP machines.
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RE: Does the infarction affect the breathing in the device?
I see the same problem with the leaks. resmed say they need to be under 24l/m for the machine to track what is happening properly. You aren't being effectively treated. There is even excessive leaks in the 4cm ramp up period (I would start that at 6, to get enough air)

resmed 10, under options, 5th line down.."run mask fit" this will blow high pressure air. To help you fit the mask.
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: Does the infarction affect the breathing in the device?
The mask connects to the pipe at the top of the head. And it blew me there. I do not know if it's good.
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