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For Hypopneas, RERAs/snoring-IPAP increase/PS what is to much/effects ?
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For Hypopneas, RERAs/snoring-IPAP increase/PS what is to much/effects ?
Trying to find good info. Found so interesting threads.

On the AirCurve10 VAuto once the EPAP is set for Obstructive Apnea events, the IPAP is increased. The difference is the pressure support (PS).

For sleep apnea - What is to much PS?  What are the effects of to much PS?

Is there a point to consider increasing EPAP instead of PS?

With PS increases do the TiControl, trigger or cycle need to be changed?
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RE: For Hypopneas, RERAs/snoring-IPAP increase/PS what is to much/effects ?
I stumbled upon a thread, "Seemingly little correlation between EPAP (or PS) and AHI or flow rate. [UARS]", which is answering my questions.

http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...+to+adjust
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