There are lots of number sets underneath. The model is REMstar SE, if that helps.
Did you have a sleep study or get this on your own?
8 - 20 is a fairly wide margin. I assume your doctor will narrow it down later.
Zonk, do you have any images of the label of these things? So we can see "read this line"? I did a Google search but got nothin'.
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Greg--You mentioned that your primary reason for using a CPAP machine is to help relieve nocturia. I'm wondering if you are aware, as I have been reading, that sleep disorders are only one of the several possible causes of nocturia? In case you haven't yet done so, a visit to your doctor will hopefully help in discovering the underlying cause(s) of your nocturia.
The same thought comes to mind re: tiredness for which there are also multiple possible causes.
I don't know if you have had one, but the first part of a sleep study is for the purpose of determining if you actually suffer from apnea, which is one potential cause of tiredness.