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I think this thing may work. 3rd night in
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sleep study showed untreated 75.1

AHIhttps://goo.gl/photos/fZMGSWq8CwhkRhqYA

I am three nights in with my new 560 auto.
summary for three nights shows much improved AHI.

I need to work on more hours of sleep though and getting to bed earlier.

[Image: fZMGSWq8CwhkRhqYA]

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Results look good for starting out. Your apnea is very well controlled, however you are showing a pretty high RERA index at over 3. That should go down as you adapt to CPAP therapy. As you know, and said, 5-hours isn't going to cut it to feel rested. Your leak rates look great, and things are working well. Stick with it.
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