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I was prescribed CPAP, can i buy BiPAP
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Sneef, looking at your charts and considering your sleep study results, I'd like you to try fixed pressure at 11.0. In the results you have posted so far, it appears that things really quiet down for you at 11.0, and like EPR you may be sensitive to changing pressure. Good luck in getting dialed in and comfortable.
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Sneef, it won't hurt anything, but ask your doctor to write the prescription for the bi-level machine by name and model number, explaining that it works as an auto cpap and if need be 4, 6, 8, 12 months down the road if you need a bi-lev machine you already have it.  Just wish they did this here in the states.
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I'll give 11 a try.
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