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Help with ASV Experience/Settings, coming from BiPAP ST
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(04-10-2016, 02:38 PM)SimbaLion Wrote: So a quick update -- I am feeling a LOT better on the ASV than I was on the BiPap ST. I still get a bit sleepy sometimes, but I think that's due to just "regular" rhythms than what I was experiencing on the BiPap. So nine months into my CPAP --> BiPAP ST --> ASV journey, I'm in a good place! YAY!

Also, my AHI journey: 72 --> 25 (CPAP) --> 10 (BiPAP ST 13/4) --> 4 (BiPAP 15/4) --> .3 (!!!) to 2 on the ASV.

That's great news! - your AHI and that you are feeling a lot better. Congratulations.

Just out of interest - what pressure settings did you finally settle with?

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My current pressures: Auto-ASV. EPAP 12-14. PS 3-10

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