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HYPOPNEA [and EPR]
#21
https://imgur.com/a/OcKcz


After playing with the numbers this is the best night I ever had. My upper pressure seems to be riding on 12, should I raise it?

Also every morning my right eye is puffed up both over and under it. It does go down after about a hour but what is causing this?

I sleep 90% of the time on my right side.
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#22
You have a history of CA. Raising pressure tends to increase CA with CPAP machines.
You can bump up a little but with the expectation you may need to reduce it back to here. No more than .4 cmH2O at a time with several days between changes. Keep an eye on your CA events.
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#23
(10-02-2017, 07:54 AM)bonjour Wrote: You have a history of CA.  Raising pressure tends to increase CA with CPAP machines.  
You can bump up a little but with the expectation you may need to reduce it back to here.  No more than .4 cmH2O at a time with several days between changes.  Keep an eye on your CA events.

ok thanks
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#24
On charts, I'd like to see the flow limit chart in place of minute vent.

Nice progress Jerry!
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#25
(10-02-2017, 08:14 AM)Sleeprider Wrote: On charts, I'd like to see the flow limit chart in place of minute vent.  

Nice progress Jerry!

https://imgur.com/a/7Tbbj
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#26
That FL is the pressure driver for the Autoset and the reason you stay pegged near whatever maximum pressure you set. I think it is going to be there at any tolerable pressure, and this is the source of the hypopnea. I think you can go up in pressure in small increments, and it's nice not to see any significant apnea here, but keep in mind that whatever you set maximum pressure at will essentially become a fixed pressure due to this FL.
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#27
Ok I will raise a little, what do you guys think of a straight number like 11 or 12?
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#28
https://imgur.com/a/EexQ0


any suggestions for better numbers?
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