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My ResScan Results
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Yep, That's Mousetown, U.S.A I already told everyone here where that is. In this day and age everyone is running scared from all the jerks out there who steal I.D. and such. I changed my graphic post so as not to set a bad example for others. I'm not all that paranoid about ID theft as you can tell. I don't have a shredder either.

BTW, The security on most of the free web hosting sites is so poor that I always enjoy hitting a few well chosen key strokes and viewing everything the OP has in his/her site. Big Grin
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New to the ResScan Report, trying to understand what the numbers in the boxes above the "events" mean. Can someone explain it to me please Smile
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Hi hvbnfrgvn and Welcome

The numbers on the flagged events represent the amount of time (in seconds) the machine determined that the event lasted.
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#14
Nice results surferdude, very nice indeed.

I think anyone who has 0 AHI's and posts for help needs to be tortured a little bit. I'll be right over with my rubber mallet and phone book, I might even bring the jumper cables and the battery for good measure.....

My phone knows when I am awake.... the car beeps if I nod off... the PAP unit doesn't care to know I guess, but then again it's not a smart pap like a smart phone, or smart car or the like.

Damn that is a scarey avatar too :d
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(10-01-2014, 07:23 PM)hvbnfrgvn Wrote: New to the ResScan Report, trying to understand what the numbers in the boxes above the "events" mean. Can someone explain it to me please Smile
What surferdude2 said, duration in seconds
An apnea or hypopnea have to last at least 10 seconds or more to be scored

S9 data management guide http://www.resmed.com/content/dam/resmed...er_eng.pdf
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