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[Diagnosis] Borderline/Mild Sleep Apnea - CPAP Improvements?
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RE: Borderline/Mild Sleep Apnea - CPAP Improvements?
yep.

they can't change the setting without the Dr. permission, adhoc perscription.

but you are not asking them to change it. you can change it yourself.

QAL
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RE: Borderline/Mild Sleep Apnea - CPAP Improvements?
There's a Clinical Menu where you edit settings. If you do it yourself, you don't need a doctor updated script reflecting the edits.
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RE: Borderline/Mild Sleep Apnea - CPAP Improvements?
Over 4 years ago, I initiated a checkup with the sleep therapy PA and told them what I had changed and what my results were. They were supportive. This year I got the recall notice and got script for a replacement machine. I was happy to see they had written the setting for the AS 11 based on my changes. So, now my script does match what my self-titrated settings were.

I guess sometimes you do get good service!

QAL

p.s. good luck with your continuing saga.
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