It's no wonder I'm still having trouble getting my AHI down. My results show a total of 443 respiratory disturbances during the 8 hr study. 68 hypopneas, 265 obstructive apneas, 52 central apneas, and 58 mixed apneas. Overall AHI was 53.8.
My O2 saturation was below 90% for 128.5 minutes and bottomed out at 80%. Average was 91%. ODI (whatever that means) was 53.7 events per hour.
It's no wonder I could hardly get through the days without wanting to take a nap all the time.
The Dr. who did the report recommended a full night polysomnogram in the sleep lab for titration to determine ideal pressure, but instead my doctor prescribed this auto CPAP machine I'm using. I'm wondering if I would have had better luck getting the right prescriptive settings if I had done the in-lab study rather than just given the auto machine. Well at least I'm on the right track.