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PhillipsRespironics is no longer automatically raising pressure
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PhillipsRespironics is no longer automatically raising pressure
Hi,

My cpap is supposed to automatically rise in pressure at night, but is no longer doing so.  Could this be because I deleted sleepmapper from our computer?  Help!  What should I do?  I am waking numerous times in the night because of this.
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RE: PhillipsRespironics is no longer automatically raising pressure
Hi LesliePR! - Welcome

What are your current CPAP settings?
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RE: PhillipsRespironics is no longer automatically raising pressure
Sleepmapper has no influence on your machine at all. It only reports minimal data your machine sends to the program over a modem line. To see what your machine is doing, download and install the free shareware program OSCAR.
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RE: PhillipsRespironics is no longer automatically raising pressure
My pressure starts at 11 (it was recently increased by my doc).  It was 10 & when I’d wake up at night, it would be anywhere from 14 to 18. It’s pretty much staying at 11 whenever I wake up & check it.

Thank you!  Is there a way to download Oscar to my iPhone?
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RE: PhillipsRespironics is no longer automatically raising pressure
OSCAR only runs on computers. Either Windows, Mac, or Linux operating systems.
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RE: PhillipsRespironics is no longer automatically raising pressure
Moved this thread from Forum Account Help to Main Forum.
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