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Poll: Can I change My S9 AutoSet pressure range?
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Yes
93.75%
15 93.75%
No
6.25%
1 6.25%
Not sure
0%
0 0%
Total 16 vote(s) 100%
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Can I change My S9 AutoSet pressure range?
#1
Please vote in the poll.
I,m interested why you voted this way.
Thanks

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#2
Apparently I was the 1st one to vote in Zonk's latest poll.

I voted yes.

I not only can change my ResMed S9 AutoSet pressure range, "I" told my Sleep Doctor which range I wanted. So, I don't currently have a need to change the range, but would do so in a heartbeat if I thought it was required.

The DME provider put the prescribed pressure range in my 1st S9 AutoSet.
But, when I exchanged it for a more current model (Software Version), the DME didn't even bother doing that. He just gave it to me & I put in all of the Settings.
"Used Hours" on the S9 was actually -0- (and that can't be changed).
Using the ResMed Mirage SoftGel Nasal Mask with a chinstrap

I do not use either the Ramp nor the EPR Comfort features

Have been on CPAP since December 1998

This is my 3rd machine

I use the ResMed ResScan Software (Version 3.16)
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#3
I voted, and maybe it's because I didn't have any coffee today, but I'm not quite clear on what you're asking. Dont-know

Zonk, which one of these are you asking:

1. Am I able to change the pressure on my S9 AutoSet? (do I have the knowledge to do so, in other words)

2. Should I be able to change the pressure on my S9 AutoSet?

3. Am I restricted by law from changing the pressure on my S9 AutoSet?

Huh
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#4
i voted no because i don't have one.
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#5
(03-10-2012, 08:43 PM)greatunclebill Wrote: i voted no because i don't have one.
Okay I should said Auto PAP
Would it be still no?


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#6
(03-10-2012, 08:56 PM)zonk Wrote:
(03-10-2012, 08:43 PM)greatunclebill Wrote: i voted no because i don't have one.
Okay I should said Auto PAP
Would it be still no?

no it wouldn't be no, yes it would be yes. LOL........
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#7
(03-10-2012, 08:36 PM)SuperSleeper Wrote: I voted, and maybe it's because I didn't have any coffee today, but I'm not quite clear on what you're asking. Dont-know

Zonk, which one of these are you asking:

1. Am I able to change the pressure on my S9 AutoSet? (do I have the knowledge to do so, in other words)

2. Should I be able to change the pressure on my S9 AutoSet?

3. Am I restricted by law from changing the pressure on my S9 AutoSet?

Huh
Just the first two
Didn't study law at uni
Coffee

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#8
(03-10-2012, 08:59 PM)greatunclebill Wrote:
(03-10-2012, 08:56 PM)zonk Wrote:
(03-10-2012, 08:43 PM)greatunclebill Wrote: i voted no because i don't have one.
Okay I should said Auto PAP
Would it be still no?
no it wouldn't be no, yes it would be yes. LOL........

The farther I read into this thread, the more confused I am... Huh Dont-know Huhsign
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#9
(03-10-2012, 09:01 PM)zonk Wrote: Just the first two
Didn't study law at uni
Coffee

Okay, thanks. Cool
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#10
Quote:1. Am I able to change the pressure on my S9 AutoSet? (do I have the knowledge to do so, in other words)

2. Should I be able to change the pressure on my S9 AutoSet?

Wait, if it's #1 and #2, how does someone vote Yes or No, if they they believe they should be able to change the pressure, but don't have the knowledge on how to do so?

That would YES to number 2 and NO to number 1. Dont-know

See what happens to my mind when I'm not fully caffeinated, Zonk... it's all messed up. Unsure
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