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Deep tech help with Phillips ASV machine settings
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RE: Deep tech help with Phillips ASV machine settings
(11-18-2020, 10:05 PM)Sleeprider Wrote: Thanks for the summary of your titration progression. You already know all the basics I could possibly contribute. This is an excellent history of your progression, but unfortunately, I can't improve on your work. You have done everything right.  I wish I could improve things to accomplish  your objectives, but you have taken all the right steps and clearly understand the titration protocols.  I was trying to address the questions you addressed in the original post, and will leave this conclusion.  Zero events is an unrealistic and unnecessary goal. We often make changes in therapy settings to increase comfort, reduce events and other objectives, and have to make compromises.  When therapy is within range of "efficacy", these trade offs  can be very subtle.  It seems you might be at that stage.

That is what I think I ran into with the Digestive and gastrointestinal problems which my internist reported that I have now got Gastritis.

So I decided that AHIs under 5 per night was OK.

That although I can get zeros AHIs I am causing other problems doing so.

I am still looking in these little known settings as I now think they may have cause my problems with my machines.

Rich
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RE: Deep tech help with Phillips ASV machine settings
I too think you've done appropriate actions to address your own needs, but then the question is what's left to do. I don't really have the answer to be honest.
Dave

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