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Low AHI but still choking
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RE: Low AHI but still choking
I took the screenshots in my previous reply exactly the way you explain it here. I first tried FN+F12 and later I used the view > take screenshot option. They came out the same way. The screenshots in my previous reply have all the graphs from OSCAR, I just reattached 3 of them here from the night where I used a minimum pressure of 8. Do the screenshots look OK or should I make certain graphs bigger?


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RE: Low AHI but still choking
Screenshots look better since you increased pressure. It will help to see a close up of typical flow rate. Zoom into the chart at a random location. 03:20 would be a good choice since there is some respiratory disturbances there, and take the screenshot at a zoom of 4-minutes where we can see the flow wave clearly.
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RE: Low AHI but still choking
Thanks for the reply, I've attached 3 screenshots below with 4 minute flow rates zoomed in (including at 3:20)


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