Today the PA said he "doesn't put any stock in" any software not produced by the CPAP manufacturer (ResMed in my case).
Isn't the data on the SD card the data on the SD card? How could one application (SleepyHead) report the results erroneously and the other (ResScan) report them accurately when the data being imported is from the same ... everything (i.e., CPAP machine, SD card)?
I've been using SH (for all 9 days that I've had my CPAP) and just downloaded ResScan. I REALLY like the SH interface, reporting, etc. But hey--if it isn't accurate, I'll get used to ResScan.
To all, to each, a fair good-night,
And pleasing dreams, and slumbers light.
Scott—Marmion. L’Envoy. To the Reader.
Diagnosed with OSA September 2014
Lowest SpO2: 79%
I use a resmed s9, and use both softwares, on a daily basis. The limited info I get from rescan is pretty close to the same info using Sleepyhead. It is the detail that Sleepyhead offers that I appreciate. Is your dr. willing to give you a copy of the data charts he, or she is using? If so, you can compare them. Dr. is probably using software more detailed than the Rescan program you have.
In my experience Sleepyhead is just as accurate as ReScan. The data is on the card, all the software is doing is displaying it.
Your PA is functioning from a well known phenomenon called "illiteracy syndrome." It used to be called "Stupidity Syndrome," but someone invented a pill for that. Sadly, the government was only able to fund one of them. .......and it was delicious.