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New to Forum Long Time Apnea Sufferer
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Good afternoon, I joined the forum about a year ago and decided it is time to get my feet wet. I have been using CPAP and supplemental O2 for eight years or more. Two previous machines were Resmart but currently have a Resmart, not by choice but as a result of insurance changes which resulted in supplier changes. In exploring the forum I have become aware that CPAP users apparently can obtain useful data from the CPAP machine with the right software. I knew all along that my machines had card slots and cards but I think only once has a supplier read a card and I have been totally unaware that I may be able to access data from the machine. If anyone can share with me about software use, availability, choices etc. it will be appreciated. Also, I will inquire of my supplier about this. I would like to be more proactive in taking care of my sleep disorders and I believe this forum will be helpful.

Thank you very much.
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RE: New to Forum Long Time Apnea Sufferer
Welcome Stanley!
You're in the right place.
I am not well versed with your situation but there are many others here who are.
Hang in there and know that help is on the way.

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RE: New to Forum Long Time Apnea Sufferer


In my original post I listed the incorrect brand for previous machines.
My current machine is Resmart, previous machines have been
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In my original post I listed the incorrect brand for previous machines.
My current machine is Resmart, previous machines have been Resmed.
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RE: New to Forum Long Time Apnea Sufferer
Hi stanleydean,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
It's good that you want to be pro-active about your sleep apnea.
Hang in there for answers to your questions and much success to you as you continue your CPAP therapy.
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RE: New to Forum Long Time Apnea Sufferer
Stanleydean, there is no downloadable software that is compatible with your machine. To look at the data from a Resmart you have to upload the info on your card to the 3B Medical website (3bproducts). I don't know what data is actually available from your machine but whatever there is you'll have to rely on their website to show it to you.
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