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New to CPAP -- OSCAR chart
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RE: New to CPAP -- OSCAR chart
Looking at your flow limit that is very good you could try shutting off your EPR to see if that brings down your CA, your ceiling pressure is not that high for comfort with out the EPR . Looks reasonable over all. Looks like you are dealing with your leaks. I have the P10 mask also and it is a comfortable mask, if you can practice putting the tongue to front of upper teeth and to the top roof of your mouth you can also reduce leaks that way. As the P10 head band stretches over time you can also wash it in almost boiling hot water in a clean coffee mug stirring with a fork followed by a quick quench of cold tap water & it will come back to original length and I just air dry(good for 2-5 times). You can also buy a adjustable band for your P10, N30 head band is interchangeable with the P10 and same length as the blue head band.(Resmed Part #64216) and I'm still testing this combination with reasonable results.
@Fred Bonjour &  others might respond also because they have a lot experiences in pressure settings that could help.
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RE: New to CPAP -- OSCAR chart
(10-03-2020, 10:53 AM)Canuck 2 Wrote: Looking at your flow limit that is very good you could try shutting off your EPR to see if that brings down your CA, your ceiling pressure is not that high for comfort with out the EPR . Looks reasonable over all. Looks like you are dealing with your leaks. I have the P10 mask also and it is a comfortable mask, if you can practice putting the tongue to front of upper teeth and to the top roof of your mouth you can also reduce leaks that way. As the P10 head band stretches over time you can also wash it in almost boiling hot water in a clean coffee mug stirring with a fork followed by a quick quench of cold tap water & it will come back to original length and I just air dry(good for 2-5 times). You can also buy a adjustable band for your P10, N30 head band is interchangeable with the P10 and same length as the blue head band.(Resmed Part #64216) and I'm still testing this combination with reasonable results.
@Fred Bonjour &  others might respond also because they have a lot experiences in pressure settings that could help.

Thank you!  I may end up trying EPR off for a few days to see how it responds.  And yes, I'm very much liking the P10!  I'm glad I chose it.  I've finally gotten completely used to it and I can barely tell if it's on or off, which is great!  I actually had to reach out and touch my nose in my morning haze to see if it was still on when I got up it's so comfortable, hah!  And thank you for the head band tips, I was definitely worried about that.
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