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First night of sleep with Resmed VAuto. How do my OSCAR report look?
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First night of sleep with Resmed VAuto. How do my OSCAR report look?
Hi all,

Here is data from my first night of sleep with my Resmed VAuto bilevel. 

Note: I used the machine for a couple hours in the afternoon and also a few hours before bed to try to get used to it. I also got up to go to the bathroom a few times (and you'll see a huge jump in the leak rate).

I think I captured the right information in my screenshot. Please let me know if you need anything different!


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RE: First night of sleep with Resmed VAuto. How do my OSCAR report look?
You want to shrink vertically and get Flow Limits in there. Flow Limits are very important because they often drive pressure.
All in all looks pretty good, the PS is low for a BiLevel but you have Central Apneas so no problem.

Your numbers are good so how you feel need to be the driver of changes. At this stage, you do not want to chase numbers.
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RE: First night of sleep with Resmed VAuto. How do my OSCAR report look?
Looks like you're on the right track. As bonjour mentions, if you make your chart segments a bit shorter, that FL segment will fit and show on one shot.
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RE: First night of sleep with Resmed VAuto. How do my OSCAR report look?
Okay, great! Here's the same day with the flow limitations included. Please let me know if you see anything that warrants a change in my settings. Thanks!


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RE: First night of sleep with Resmed VAuto. How do my OSCAR report look?
Sleepy 331 You might want to try increasing your trigger setting from medium to high it may help reduce the CA’s a bit
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RE: First night of sleep with Resmed VAuto. How do my OSCAR report look?
Here's the data for the second night. I only used the machine until about 5am and then couldn't fall back asleep with it on...

Oops, I forgot to close the calendar area...


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