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New to CPAP need a bit of help
#31
RE: New to CPAP need a bit of help
i set it to 7.5


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#32
RE: New to CPAP need a bit of help
getting better


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#33
RE: New to CPAP need a bit of help
AMD386, results seem better with the higher minimum pressure. I would take it to 8.0 and see how it feels there.
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#34
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okay i set it to 8.0 do you think i need to switch to BiPAP or is ACPAP fine for me?
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#35
RE: New to CPAP need a bit of help
If you had the chance to use a Resmed Aircurve 10 Vauto, I sure wouldn't talk you out of it. It's a far more responsive and capable device that can target hypopnea with pressure support. Even the Airsense 10 Autoset would probably clean up all these events.
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#36
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need to raise the max presure i think


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#37
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thanks


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#38
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i think setting it to 8.0 where the best idea thanks Sleeprider


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#39
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Next week i got an Doctor Appointment i will talk with him about the Resmed Aircurve 10 Vauto for now i really think we got it right


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#40
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Nice!  Well-done Banana
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