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Getting back into CPAP after 2 years
RE: Getting back into CPAP after 2 years
So...  I'm still on my CPAP with 2.0L Oxygen going on 3 months.    My AHI numbers from Sleepyhead don't look as good as when I first started.  Usually they are around .8-1.5.

Here are a couple of charts from the last 2 nights.  This is using the Resmed N20 nasal mask.

Any suggestions?
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RE: Getting back into CPAP after 2 years
Looks good. You could try increasing the pressure by .5cm to see if it helps get rid of the few OA's you have.
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