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[Diagnosis] Need Help [Do i need to buy a cpap]
#21
Hi all,

Really thanks for you suggestion.

I have been using resmed s9 autoset for the past two days with oxiometer.

I can still see my spo2 going below 95 % some times but mostly it didn't cross 90 %.

But without CPAP. the frequency was too high.

-- Santhosh
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#22
I believe there's your answer then.
*I* am not a DOCTOR or any type of Health Care Professional. My thoughts/suggestions/ideas are strictly only my opinions.

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#23
Guys anyone using hofrichter cpap?
Iam getting it for 58,000 rupees in india without battery.
I was thinking battery might be usefull some times ?
especially india when where we have power cuts
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#24
(10-17-2013, 07:35 AM)me50 Wrote:
(10-17-2013, 03:09 AM)santhosh443 Wrote: Usage
Used Days >= 4 hrs : 22
Days not used: 0
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Used Days < 4 hrs : 10 % Used Days >= 4 hrs : 68

The data you have posted says that 68 days you (or someone) used the machine for more than 4 hours; 10% under 4 hours and in another place it says 22 days use for more than 4 hours. I am sort of confused by this. 68 days is more than 2 months.


Confusing because the "Used Days < 4 hrs : 10" has units of days, and the "% Used Days >= 4 hrs : 68" has units of %.

22 days (used >4hrs) is 68 percent of the 32 days.


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