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I'd like to see an update on your results. What I see in the first image you posted is a good range of 9.0-11.0. You had mixed apnea in that first example, and I think getting a more steady pressure, is more important than focusing on higher pressure. Also, comfort counts. If you can't sleep, it won't do much good. Let's see where you're at from the more recent nights.
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Hi guys,

Sorry was kind of busy recently but I would attach 2 of the screen shots of AHI <5 with the Amara View Full Face mask.

Here is the data for 19 and 21 Jan.

I upped the min pressure to 11cm/h2o and I regularly get AHI < 5. I can definitely sleep with the Amara View. Is there anything else I can improve on? Is it normal to have Obstruction Apnea in this case?


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