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Help with s-9 Vpap in S mode
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Charts or it didn’t happen.
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#42
RE: Help with s-9 Vpap in S mode
Decreasing your PS or IPAP has been suggested as a likly improvement for you for some time. Why have you not done this. It should have a positive effect on your Central; events. Just because a 'normal PS for a bilevel is 4 does not mean that that is appropriate for all, and it is not for you.
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(07-20-2020, 02:11 PM)Sleeprider Wrote: Charts or it didn’t happen.

Here is the chart. Just one from last night. Can confirm this is not normal as my mother has a pap machine and her chart doesnt have these. Just thought somebody here might have thoughts on what is happening.


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Bonjour, I decided not to change any settings to let my body get more used to the machine. As I have with you alls help greatly reduced my events I am feeling much better so I dont want to rock the boat. Only been Papping again for about a week.
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#45
RE: Help with s-9 Vpap in S mode
Trust us, neither Sleeprider nor myself will suggest anything that will be detrimental to you. IMHO Sleeprider is the best on any of the forums I follow.
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RE: Help with s-9 Vpap in S mode
(07-20-2020, 04:41 PM)Gtm4192 Wrote:
(07-20-2020, 02:11 PM)Sleeprider Wrote: Charts or it didn’t happen.

Here is the chart. Just one from last night. Can confirm this is not normal as my mother has a pap machine and her chart doesnt have these. Just thought somebody here might have thoughts on what is happening.

Can you show a more zoomed out section and also include the flow graph it could be your breathing round the mask ?
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Just about the most useless chart ever. Please reread the Organizing Your Oscar Chart wiki, or better use the View/ reset chart menu and use F12 to take the screenshot.
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