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Machine: A 10 autoset
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Mask Make & Model: airfit p10
Humidifier: built-in , with climate line
CPAP Pressure: 6 to 12
CPAP Software: SleepyHead

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Location: Northeast Ohio

Post: #1
CPAP STATISTICS
CPAP Statistics
14 days of CPAP Data, between Wed Jun 3 2015 and Tue Jun 16 2015
Details Most Recent Last Week Last 30 Days Last 6 Months Last Year
CPAP Usage
Average Hours per Night 08:00 07:16 07:10 07:10 07:10
Compliance 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
Therapy Efficiacy
AHI 1.12 0.69 0.90 0.90 0.90
Obstructive Index 0.62 0.39 0.53 0.53 0.53
Hypopnea Index 0.25 0.20 0.26 0.26 0.26
Clear Airway Index 0.25 0.10 0.11 0.11 0.11
RERA Index 0.12 0.04 0.06 0.06 0.06
Leak Statistics
Average Leak Rate 0.52 0.75 0.80 0.80 0.80
90% Leak Rate 1.20 2.40 2.40 2.40 2.40
% of time above Leak Rate threshold 0.01% 0.00% 0.01% 0.01% 0.01%
Pressure Statistics
Average Pressure 5.49 6.01 5.89 5.89 5.89
Min Pressure 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00
Max Pressure 9.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00
90% Pressure 7.12 7.90 7.74 7.74 7.74

Changes to Prescription Settings
First Last Days AHI FL Machine Pressure Relief Mode Pressure Settings
Tue Jun 16 2015 Tue Jun 16 2015 1 1.12 0.00 AutoSet (37028) EPR: Full Time 2cmH2O APAP Min 4 Max 10 (cmH2O)
Mon Jun 15 2015 Mon Jun 15 2015 1 1.02 0.00 AutoSet (37028) EPR: Full Time 3cmH2O APAP Min 4 Max 10 (cmH2O)
Sat Jun 13 2015 Sun Jun 14 2015 2 0.51 0.00 AutoSet (37028) EPR: Full Time 3cmH2O APAP Min 4.6 Max 10 (cmH2O)
Mon Jun 8 2015 Fri Jun 12 2015 5 0.63 0.00 AutoSet (37028) EPR: Full Time 3cmH2O APAP Min 4 Max 10 (cmH2O)
Sun Jun 7 2015 Sun Jun 7 2015 1 0.15 0.00 AutoSet (37028) EPR: Full Time 3cmH2O APAP Min 4.4 Max 10.4 (cmH2O)
Wed Jun 3 2015 Sat Jun 6 2015 4 1.52 0.00 AutoSet (37028) EPR: Full Time 3cmH2O APAP Min 4 Max 10 (cmH2O)

Machine Information
Brand Series Model Serial First Use Last Use
ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet 6/3/2015 6/16/2015
This report was generated by a pre-release version of SleepyHead (0.9.8-1-testing), and has not been approved in any way for compliance or medical diagnostic purposes.
Sorry I can't get this to look like the report on sleepyhead. can anyone tell me what they think of these numbers. if you can figure them out
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06-17-2015 09:03 PM
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sleepybeaver Offline

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Machine: A 10 autoset
Mask Type: Nasal pillows
Mask Make & Model: airfit p10
Humidifier: built-in , with climate line
CPAP Pressure: 6 to 12
CPAP Software: SleepyHead

Other Comments: I'm not really a prist...and my wife is not a nun....Halloween Costumes

Sex: Male
Location: Northeast Ohio

Post: #2
RE: CPAP STATISTICS
Channel Min Med 95% Max
PressureTherapy Pressure (cmH2O)
W-Avg: 5.49 4.00 5.36 7.68 9.00
Minute Vent.Amount of air displaced per minute (L/min)
W-Avg: 7.51 0.00 7.38 9.75 16.50
Resp. RateRate of breaths per minute (Breaths/min)
W-Avg: 18.42 0.00 18.20 21.40 37.20
Flow Limit.Graph showing severity of flow limitations (Severity (0-1))
W-Avg: 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.60
Leak RateRate of detected mask leakage (L/min)
W-Avg: 0.52 0.00 0.00 2.40 27.60
SnoreGraph displaying snore volume (?)
W-Avg: 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.60
Insp. TimeTime taken to breathe in (Seconds)
W-Avg: 1.36 0.46 1.34 1.66 8.34
Exp. TimeTime taken to breathe out (Seconds)
W-Avg: 1.93 0.10 1.94 2.26 4.42
Tidal VolumeAmount of air displaced per breath (ml)
W-Avg: 409.93 0.00 400.00 560.00 1420.00

Total time in apnea 00:01:52
Time over leak redline 0.007%
this was for the 6-16-15

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06-17-2015 09:17 PM
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Machine: A10 AutoSet
Mask Type: Nasal mask
Mask Make & Model: Activa LT
Humidifier: Integrated /ClimateLineAir
CPAP Pressure: 9/13
CPAP Software: ResScan

Other Comments: CPAP since Nov 2010

Sex: Male
Location: Australia

Post: #3
RE: CPAP STATISTICS
Congrats, numbers looks good
I find ResScan statistics straight forward and less confusing but the data reported on the machine sleep report is fine for me ... ymmv
Q: How do you feel
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06-17-2015 09:28 PM
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Location: Northeast Ohio

Post: #4
RE: CPAP STATISTICS
(06-17-2015 09:28 PM)zonk Wrote:  Congrats, numbers looks good
I find ResScan statistics straight forward and less confusing but the data reported on the machine sleep report is fine for me ... ymmv
Q: How do you feel

The first 2 weeks I felt like superman...before the cpap I would get up 2 to 3 times a night to peee...now maybe once a night to 0....my sex drive has increased 10 fold...and I don't fight sleep while driving...but the last week or so I've been yawning during the day and feeling a little tired...I'm not fighting sleep with driving...but I just don't feel like I did the first 2 weeks...do you think the leak results are bad.

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06-17-2015 09:38 PM
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Machine: Resmed Aircurve 10 Vauto
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Mask Make & Model: Resmed Airfit P10
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CPAP Pressure: Auto Bilevel 18/9, PS 3
CPAP Software: ResScan SleepyHead EncoreBasic

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Post: #5
RE: CPAP STATISTICS
You're one of few people I've known to tolerate the 4.0 minimum pressure, but you have great results. Of course you're also using the best nasal interface on the planet. Wink (channeling retired-guy)

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06-17-2015 10:03 PM
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Machine: A10 AutoSet
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Humidifier: Integrated /ClimateLineAir
CPAP Pressure: 9/13
CPAP Software: ResScan

Other Comments: CPAP since Nov 2010

Sex: Male
Location: Australia

Post: #6
RE: CPAP STATISTICS
(06-17-2015 09:38 PM)sleepybeaver Wrote:  ...do you think the leak results are bad.
Anything below 24 L/m is acceptable, as long as not affecting sleep quality
I can see on one occasion 27 L/m, but might just be a bit mouth breathing/leaks for a brief period, You'll need to check the leak graph
A chinstrap helps keep mouth close and minimize mouth leaks

If were me, I would raise the minimum and maximum pressures, something like 6 - 12
The AutoSet would not go any higher if not warranted
Also turn EPR off (if you can wean yourself off), actually pressure does not drop below 4 regardless of EPR level settings

For me, the right humidity setting is important, would feel uncomfortable, if air feel too warm or too cold
Also feel best, using sinus rinse at night, clean the nose and make nasal breathing clearer.
Stuffy nose, promote mouth breathing and in turn stuff up the therapy ... vicious cycle
(This post was last modified: 06-17-2015 10:42 PM by zonk.)
06-17-2015 10:32 PM
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sleepybeaver Offline

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Machine: A 10 autoset
Mask Type: Nasal pillows
Mask Make & Model: airfit p10
Humidifier: built-in , with climate line
CPAP Pressure: 6 to 12
CPAP Software: SleepyHead

Other Comments: I'm not really a prist...and my wife is not a nun....Halloween Costumes

Sex: Male
Location: Northeast Ohio

Post: #7
RE: CPAP STATISTICS
(06-17-2015 10:32 PM)zonk Wrote:  
(06-17-2015 09:38 PM)sleepybeaver Wrote:  ...do you think the leak results are bad.
Anything below 24 L/m is acceptable, as long as not affecting sleep quality
I can see on one occasion 27 L/m, but might just be a bit mouth breathing/leaks for a brief period, You'll need to check the leak graph
A chinstrap helps keep mouth close and minimize mouth leaks

If were me, I would raise the minimum and maximum pressures, something like 6 - 12
The AutoSet would not go any higher if not warranted
Also turn EPR off (if you can wean yourself off), actually pressure does not drop below 4 regardless of EPR level settings

For me, the right humidity setting is important, would feel uncomfortable, if air feel too warm or too cold
Also feel best, using sinus rinse at night, clean the nose and make nasal breathing clearer.
Stuffy nose, promote mouth breathing and in turn stuff up the therapy ... vicious cycle
Thanks for your advise, I may give those settings a try.

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06-18-2015 05:43 AM
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