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Philips DreamStation Modem
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Philips DreamStation Modem
I am new to the sleep apnea community. I am 29 years old with a AHI of 42.9. I am currently on 7-15 CMH20 but anyways I went to my first doctor's appointment with the SD card and they said that changes were made. They were not and I was wondering if I can download to any software using a cell phone modem? I'm currently using Dreammaster and Encore Pro as of right now. It would be nice to download and make changes remotely.
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RE: Philips DreamStation Modem
Prescriptions can be written to the SD card, but there is no way for consumers to transmit prescription changes that I'm aware of. I have not seen that software fall into the consumer's hands or this forum. There is software that enables Wi-Fi enabled SD cards to upload data to Sleepyhead on your laptop, PC or Mac.
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RE: Philips DreamStation Modem
It is not a SD card of any sorts. I have been downloading via the SD card but my Dreamstation has a "Cellular w/o Oximetry" by Respironics installed plus Bluetooth. I made the changes in provider mode because the office said they did but when I plugged the SD in, it was not changed.

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RE: Philips DreamStation Modem
The modem can be used by providers on a network provided by Phillips. You as a user cannot get access to that network.

Does that answer your question?
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RE: Philips DreamStation Modem
Yes, it does. But is there any reason the SD update didn't take at the pulmonary office and I had to go into provider. Is there anyway to make changes thru any of the apps on the apps? As you can see the apps on my profile.
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RE: Philips DreamStation Modem
No. If they're not using the Modem than the only way to change settings is by SD Card or through the Machine. Sounds like they made a mistake when they tried to update your card. Could have been as simple as not saving it.
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RE: Philips DreamStation Modem
Hi nlewis,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Good luck to you on your CPAP journey.
Hang in there for more responses to your post.
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RE: Philips DreamStation Modem
Is that done by EncorePro?
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RE: Philips DreamStation Modem
Yes you can program your SD card with Encore Pro.
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RE: Philips DreamStation Modem
(09-16-2017, 03:48 PM)trish6hundred Wrote: Hi nlewis,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Good luck to you on your CPAP journey.
Hang in there for more responses to your post.

Thank you, being 29 this is a change I am learning still.
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