(05-03-2016, 08:31 PM)OpalRose Wrote: zonk is correct, if you have the AirSense 10 CPAP as stated in your profile, then it is not a fully data capable machine.
I have to wonder with a pressure of 15, why you were not given an Auto CPAP.
This is a good question, that I've posed to the board before and gotten some good advice, I need to follow up on. My sleep study report said "CPAP recommended" and the pressure setting as 15. When I asked my GP (regular doc) to prescribe an Auto she did but didn't know what pressure range to put on and the DME wouldn't give me an Auto without a pressure range. They also told me that "most people only use an Auto for a month to find a good range, not long term." They also said that they didn't want to trade in a used CPAP for a new Auto. So I'm going to ask my Doc to prescribe the default setting of 4-20 and see if that gets me an auto and I'll keep at it. But I still need to address the leaks. I'm going back to the full face mask tonight to see if that helps. It's just less comfortable.
Allynpsych --- Psychology Professor, wife, and mother of a 4-yr old... in need of a good night's sleep.