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Importing Oximetry Data in Sleepyhead
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I just got a SleepyHead compatible oximeter from the supplier recommended by this list. Can I import the data directly into SH or do I need to import the data with SpO2 Review and then import the file separately? The SH Users Guide (and the import menu in SH) seems to suggest I can go directly.
Thanks!
My apologies. I just re-read that section of the users manual and I see that SH does support the direct import.

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#2
this wiki search might be of some help
http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...eter&go=Go
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#3
The reason I was trying to import directly into SH is because I cannot find the files once they are imported into SpO2. I can review the file and it shows a location for the file but when I type that file location into Windows Explorer, I get an error message saying that location cannot be found.
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#4
They are hidden. Let me see if I can remember how to find them.
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Here's the wiki on how to import into SleepyHead:
http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...SleepyHead

AHA! Go to where the files are located. For my Win7/64bit, it is in Program Files (x86)>SPO2>Data. Click on the "Compatibility Files" at the top (mine is located next to the "new folder" button). They should magically appear.

[ETA: I updated the wiki file to show this]
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You can also find them by going to here in your computer: (you don't have to use the compatibility button this place)

(user name) > AppData > Local > Virtual Store > Program Files (x86) > SPO2 > Data
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#7
Paula,

I found them. Thanks

Really appreciate the assist.
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#8
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#9
Pardon my anal retentiveness but..

The wiki refers to a CMS 50D Plus oximeter. When I go to Supplier #19, I see a CMS 50D oximeter (not the plus), and I don't see any mention of software included. Is this the correct item? Is there anywhere else I can look to identify a Sleepyhead compatible oximeter?

And Paula, if you have any chocolate left over, can you send any my way? Cool
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(03-05-2013, 09:53 AM)GaryG Wrote: The wiki refers to a CMS 50D Plus oximeter. When I go to Supplier #19, I see a CMS 50D oximeter (not the plus), and I don't see any mention of software included. Is this the correct item? Is there anywhere else I can look to identify a Sleepyhead compatible oximeter?

Hi GaryG,

Please understand that the wrist-mounted ones with a separate sensor cup that goes over the finger are less uncomfortable to wear all night, especially when trying to wear one for more than one night in a row.

Take care,
--- Vaughn
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