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an ACCAP to keep it's settings all night? Like with a certain pressure, all night to keep everything, the Mask, with a good seal. When I wake up its barley keeping enough pressure to keep my mask sealed Outside of that I don't think I could go to sleep without being on a CPAP. I like the two different pressure ratios to stay the same.
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(02-20-2016, 02:03 AM)Elapid Wrote: an ACCAP to keep it's settings all night? Like with a certain pressure, all night to keep everything, the Mask, with a good seal. When I wake up its barley keeping enough pressure to keep my mask sealed Outside of that I don't think I could go to sleep without being on a CPAP. I like the two different pressure ratios to stay the same.

Welcome to the forum Elapid,
Could you give us a little more information, so that your question can be answered?

Fill out your profile. What machine and pressure is it set to? What mask are you using?
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Hi Elapid,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
I'm not sure what your question is.
Much success to you.
trish6hundred
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I am not sure I am understanding the question. Are you asking if an auto machine (APAP) can be set to a constant pressure like a CPAP?

If so, yes. At least most all current machines. How to do so depends on your machine. If you include more specifics in your profile, we may be able to better answer your question. In any case, if that is what you are asking, you would likely need to get to the clinician menu to set the machine to a straight, set pressure.

The clinician manual for your machine will tell you how to get to the clinician menu and how to set it up. You can find or request clinician manuals for most CPAPs delivered over the last ten years on this forum website.

OMMOHY
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I thought this was going to be a thread about gastroesophageal reflux (lol).
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