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PS [Pressure Support]
Slight improvement but AHI was 11.90 with hypopneas at 53, CA's at 32, an OA's at 21.  I called the doc.  He said to go to sleep 1 hour later (10:00 instead of 9:00) and add another pound to CPAP (8 instead of 7).
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So, once he figures out this is a dead end, what's next? We already know how this story ends with pressures near 14 cm and the same events.
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I think you're right but you and others have said that I have to follow the doc.  Frankly, the good news is that I can call him so stuff gets changed every day.  I am hoping we get to ASV and whatever is necessary.  His emphasis is how I sleep and how I feel.  I would like to change CPAP to S as CPAP is not as comfortable.

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