05-12-2016, 02:29 PM
I got an automated call yesterday from the DME stating that I'd completed my "obligation" or "commitment" or some such wording. I believe that means I've met the compliance requirements, the Insurance company will pay for the machine and They'll stop bugging me as I try to fix the mouth leak issues.
I still need to convince the DME to trade in my now used CPAP brick for a data capable one if not an Autoset one, but I"m happy. I've slept with the mask on for 4 - 7 hours a night over the last 3 weeks. Over the last week my leaks have been below the 24L/min and my AHI is never over 3 and is frequently near 1. So that means I'm "doing well", right?
Allynpsych --- Psychology Professor, wife, and mother of a 4-yr old... in need of a good night's sleep.
The easiest way to get a data capable machine will be to ask your GP or Sleep Doctor to change the Rx to specify the model your want.
I am not a Medical professional and I don't play one on the internet.
Started CPAP Therapy April 5, 2016
I'd Rather Be Sleeping