(05-04-2014, 04:33 PM)mbenson Wrote: So do you agree with my idea of adjusting down to 13 for the max based on my study showing 9-11 the idea range?
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Prescribed pressure settings based on an overnight titration study are best starting point but often are way off.
I would not lower the top pressure limit unless it was causing problems. Since you have said you think it is waking you up, that may be a reason to lower it. But I would first try to live with the range which (presumably) the doctor or therapist or DME supplier set up, and gather data.
Can you tell us what were the Median, 95% and Max pressures?
Also, I suggest you look at the Detailed Data to see what pressures are being used.
If the pressure was always staying below 13 then whether the top pressure limit setting had been 13 or 17 would not have made any difference that night, right?
If you lowered the top pressure to 13 and now the Detailed Data shows that your machine is occasionally bumping 13, this would be an indication that 13 may be too low for now.