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EVALUATION/ADVICE

.pdf   Oscar Statistics Oct 2021.pdf (Size: 145.9 KB / Downloads: 13)
.pdf   Oscar Statistics Oct 2021.pdf (Size: 145.9 KB / Downloads: 13) [attachment=36543][attachment=36543]Greetings folks.
It's been awhile so I thought I'd post some statistics and ask for an evaluation and any possible changes I should make.
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RE: EVALUATION/ADVICE
The summary does not give us information on your settings and more importantly how you feel. It appears your therapy is very effective, but we need to see Daily Details to really understand what is going on, especially with ASV.
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I tried to upload a "daily report" but your software said it was "too big" for upload.
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Read the wiki http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...ganization
A screenshot is normally quite small when using the F12 function or the menu View/Take Screenshot. It should be saved as a .png file.
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Wife says I snore and I do get sleepy during the day. But my AHI is almost always less than 1.
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Well that didn't work too well. My first thought was that a screenshot doesn't include everything so that's why I tried to use the Report function. When doing a screenshot are there specific rows you need?


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    I know it shouldn't be this complicated....
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It looks good! The important question is, how do you feel?
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RE: EVALUATION/ADVICE
Events are low. We now know your settings are EPAP min 6.0, PS 0-11 and maximum IPAP 22. AHI is excellent, however you have a lot of flow limits and there is a lot of low level pressure support activity. I think you would do much better with PS min 3.0 PS max 11.0 and just leave the pressure alone for now.
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(10-22-2021, 07:51 AM)Sleeprider Wrote: Events are low. We now know your settings are EPAP min 6.0, PS 0-11 and maximum IPAP 22.  AHI is excellent, however you have a lot of flow limits and there is a lot of low level pressure support activity.  I think you would do much better with PS min 3.0 PS max 11.0 and just leave the pressure alone for now.

Thank you. I'll give that a try and see how it goes. Appreciate your help.
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