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How can this be classified as a "CA" or any event?
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How can this be classified as a "CA" or any event?
What caused this to be classified as an event. Most of my events for this day looked like this. 

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#2
RE: How can this be classified as a "CA" or any event?
Looks like normal breathing for this period. With that low AHI and the types of events, I sure would not be too concerned.
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RE: How can this be classified as a "CA" or any event?
More curious than concerned. However, it was a restless night and I have never seen events like this. It happened with other “CA’s” last night too. Hope my machine is not going bad.
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RE: How can this be classified as a "CA" or any event?
This is apparently an error based on Resmed's definition of apnea. I have no idea why it was flagged.
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#5
RE: How can this be classified as a "CA" or any event?
Mystery solved.  Smile Its a daylight savings time, Computer clock, Sleepyhead, issue. The detail of the CA's is one hour later as seen in the following graphs. 

https://imgur.com/a/LlziH
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RE: How can this be classified as a "CA" or any event?
Oh, neat! Another clock bug!

And a tough one because we'd like the graph to be continuous, but the clock timeline should repeat for that one hour.
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Which pill shall we take to fix the time issue?  Thinking-about Coffee
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RE: How can this be classified as a "CA" or any event?
Go ask Alice when she's 10 feet tall.   Dielaughing
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RE: How can this be classified as a "CA" or any event?
They sell these machines for many thousand dollars, and they can't afford to program D.S.T. in, unlike my $200 cell phone...
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RE: How can this be classified as a "CA" or any event?
(11-17-2017, 10:41 PM)eseedhouse Wrote: They sell these machines for many thousand dollars, and they can't afford to program D.S.T. in, unlike my $200 cell phone...

I think the real problem is they have not reprogrammed any part of these machines in many years, other than minor improvements.  The machines get pretty new cosmetics, but software is the red-headed stepchild of the company in my town.  It just isn't valued, nor is the end consumer even a passing consideration.
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