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New BiPAP ST user Vet with complex apnea
#11
RE: New BiPAP user
Fyi ant SD card between 2 and 32GB will work.

And look in your manual, it may be there
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#12
RE: New BiPAP user
There's not one with the manual. My manual is very thin with only a few pages and no card. I'll have to purchase one.
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#13
RE: New BiPAP user
I did find this entry into myhealthvet.  

Phone discussion with vet: I returned pts call regarding his new bipap. Pt was set up on bipap ST and is watching his numbers through the "my info" and dreamapper app and fit HATFIELD, STEPHEN EARL CONFIDENTIAL Page 6 of 24 watch as before PAP. He is concerned that his AHI is still high, that he is not registering any leak whatsoever, which is confirmed on our download noted below. Pt also notes to have dry mouth. He is utilizing the AirTouch F20 FFM. Discussed options and things that might be effecting above but I asked that we look at his data again next week. I do not see anything at the moment that would explain his elevated AHI and would eval the 0% mask leak. Compliance Summary 2/14/2020 - 2/19/2020 (6 days) Percent Days with Device Usage 100.0% Average Usage (All Days) 5 hrs. 10 mins. 45 secs. Average Usage (Days Used) 5 hrs. 10 mins. 45 secs. Percent of Days with Usage >= 4 Hours 66.7% AHI 15.5 PB 0.4% GOALS: TX OSA
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#14
RE: New BiPAP user
Shatfield, you can get more details on your INFO screen by changing the settings in Essentials from ON to PLUS. With that change you will get a detailed breakdown of obstructive and central apnea for different time periods. To make that change, you need to go into the clinical settings (control knob+Home button) and enter the settings, scroll down to Essentials and change to Plus. This will provide a more detailed sleep report on your screen pending your SD card. You should be ble to get a SD ard for under $10 at Walmart, Best Buy and many other locations. You need in the range of 4 to 32 GB.
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#15
RE: New BiPAP user
Got a 64 MB card.  Put it in and the machine said "Do not remove data transfer "
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#16
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That takes a few minutes, all the past summary data will be placed on the card. The Card MUST be in the machine while you are sleeping before detailed data can be written to it.

Excuse me You said 64MB, 2GB is the min size and 32 GB the max size card.
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#17
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Sorry.  64 GB
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#18
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The trouble with sizes larger than 32GB is that they are the wrong format, it should be formatted FAT32
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#19
RE: New BiPAP user
If you can format the card as FAT32, it may still recognize and use the card, however it cannot use the full capacity of that card. (FAT32: File Allocation Table 32 Bit assuming Windows). Choose the full format option.
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#20
RE: New BiPAP user
Boy, buying an sd card too big sure is a pain.  I've tried to reformat it back to 32 GB and I have to spend bucks on a program to do it.  Maybe Walmart will be kind.  

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