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#11
RE: First night new machine
When I have 0 RERAs the report shows 0 RERAs. Same for all other events.
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#12
RE: First night new machine
But I believe that is because you have had it before. I have hap my new machine 7 months and never seen it recorded or listed on mine.
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#13
RE: First night new machine
The stats don’t appear for events that have not occurred to date. Oscar will only show numbers for things it knows about. As Stacy has said
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#14
RE: First night new machine
Slightly Off Topic to the OP, but to continue the thought process about RERA...(Mods: feel free to move this if this is the wrong place)

Stacey Melman and jaswilliams comments are the same for my experience with the Airsense 10 Autoset.

It's true that with my Airsense 10 For Her it never showed RERA until I first had one.

Then the row under Event Flags continued to display this, provided I had this selected. Even on days with no RERAs, the row will continue to be displayed.

I have been trialling a Resmed Vauto (same as Stacey) since Jan 12th, it may be too soon to tell, but it has yet to display a RERA.

My observations (I import my data into the same profile)...

...Jan 11th with the Airsense 10 the RERA row displays under Event Flags even though there are no RERAs (as expected)

...move forward to the next day, Jan 12th, first day of Vauto and the Event Flags no longer displays the row for RERA, even though it is checked in the bottom left hand selection box.

I used to have lots of RERA on the Airsense 10 mainly with high Flow Limitations or when my pressures maxed out. I have been lowering my Max IPAP on the Vauto to try and see if it shows RERA, but none so far. (time to open up Max IPAP and not be so OCD about this Grin  )

It may just be that the Vauto is not set up to display RERA? 

Looking at Therapy Comparisons under Product Features for each machine, this is not selected for the Vauto or higher end machines: just an observation. Design feature vs Design Flaw? Or just an old document?

Does anyone who uses the Vauto ever have any RERA events displayed?
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RE: First night new machine
I have a resmed autoset, a vauto & an asv, all probably mfgr-ed sbout 5 years ago. my recollection, which can be suspect at times, is that vauto & asv don't identify rera & autoset does - as described by stacey & jas.
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