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New machines question
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New machines question
Does anyone know if the user will be able to access the technician setup settings on the new Airsense11 or Dreamstation2 as we could in the older machines?  

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RE: New machines question
It would make sense that if a Technician has access to the Clinician Menu to make changes (after all, they are the only ones capable of doing that Rolleyes), then we would be able to access it too.
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RE: New machines question
Somebody has to be able to set the machine to your doctor's prescription... Big Grin
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RE: New machines question
If we don't have the keys to the Clinician Menu right out of the gates, we can stumble around and try a few simple things to unlock the secret garden. Shouldn't be too hard to figure out. Can't wait to see the final products, see the options, and read the reviews.
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RE: New machines question
(04-16-2021, 12:02 PM)gawnfishin Wrote: Does anyone know if the user will be able to access the technician setup settings on the new Airsense11 or Dreamstation2 as we could in the older machines? 

A user on another forum who has a Dreamstation 2 says to get into the clinician menu: "Hold the button down until flashing. While holding the button down swipe down on the touch screen."

Also, anyone considering the Dreamstation 2 should know that OSCAR 1.2.0 does not currently support the Dreamstation 2.

As for the AirSense 11, we won't know until the machine and manuals are available. Let's hope there is a similar way into the clinician menu.
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