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New AirCurve 10, same results as AirSense 10
#21
Winner winner chicken dinner!   

http://imgur.com/a/EifDH

This is my first time to record oximetry data. I may need to play with the flag settings. Unless I'm mistaken, the data doesn't look bad at all.

Jay
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#22
(05-05-2017, 06:23 PM)... Wrote: Now that those charts are adjusted, will you post a 5 minute long chart for MAY 4 at each timeframe Sleeprider was interested in?  3:15-3:20 and 6:45-6:50
(and do you believe you were asleep at those times?)

Thanks,

QAL

http://imgur.com/a/HPrSm
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#23
record for yourself - satisfaction with sleep at waking, onset of tiredness during the day.

how did you feel about obstructions while falling asleep?  did they seem to be noticeable or no big thing?

Smile
QAL
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#24
Anytime I see events reduced by 75% and brought into the acceptable range, that's a good sign. Especially if you felt comfortable. I'd stay with this for a while and see if the progress holds out. Congrats on the much better results.
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(05-06-2017, 09:51 AM)quiescence at last Wrote: how did you feel about obstructions while falling asleep?  did they seem to be noticeable or no big thing?

Smile
QAL

I filled out some notes in sleepy head. 

I went out pretty quick. The H and OA was latter on in the night. The OA lasted around 20 seconds, but didn't wake me up. The CAs appear to be shorter in duration than I've seen in the past 12-15 seconds vs 20-22. 

Jay
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#26
(05-06-2017, 10:23 AM)Sleeprider Wrote: Anytime I see events reduced by 75% and brought into the acceptable range, that's a good sign.  Especially if you felt comfortable.  I'd stay with this for a while and see if the progress holds out.  Congrats on the much better results.

Agreed!  Thanks
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#27
me too agreed. thanks for time slices, too. well done.

QAL
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#28
Do you know how to adjust your scale yet? When I read how to do it, it made it easier. If you put the mouse over the name if the o2 chart and right click, you can go to Y-Axis and set the minimum O2 to read 80, that will show the O2 level better

just a novice observation, I wouldn't be concerned about running 0 or 1 pressure support with those min and max, as has previously been said for the centrals . you have very good ventilation with tidal volume of 580,
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#29
(05-06-2017, 02:26 PM)ajack Wrote: Do you know how to adjust your scale yet? When I read how to do it, it made it easier. If you put the mouse over the name if the o2 chart and right click, you can go to Y-Axis and set the minimum O2 to read 80, that will show the O2 level better

just a novice observation, I wouldn't be concerned about running 0 or 1 pressure support with those min and max, as has previously been said for the centrals . you have very good ventilation with tidal volume of 580,

Ahh thanks for the tip! I had been wondering about that, primarily for the leak chart as the scale sometimes makes it unreadable.


We'll see how this profile goes over the next couple of days. At this point, I'm not going to be surprised to find out the bi-level study was ill advised and I tolerate CPAP just fine. Just needed to thread the needle a little tighter. Smile
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