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Just got first machine Resmed Quattro it's set at 19/24 is this normal?
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I believe that's the name of your mask, not you machine. Please look for you exact machine name.
if 19/24 are your pressures -- then you are on the high side; but not unheard of.

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Hi WBones,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Which machine do you have? Mirage Quatro is the name of your mask.
Hang in there for more answers to your questions and much success to you with your CPAP therapy.
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(03-16-2015, 10:07 AM)WBones Wrote: Just got first machine Resmed Quattro it's set at 19/24 is this normal?
Hi WBones
As been pointed out "Quattro" is the name of a full face mask
You might be using either S9 or AirSense 10
19/24 indicate that you're using bi-level machine
EPAP 19 and IPAP 24, pressure support 5, not uncommon settings for people in need of high pressure

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