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Please help me to understand OSCAR data
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RE: Please help me to understand OSCAR data
Can you scroll up on the left column summary so we can see the events and respiration summaries? Also expand the detail charts vertically so they are readable. We only need to see Events, Pressure, Flow Limit, Snores and Leaks. I just can't tell anything about what is going on from those charts.
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#32
RE: Please help me to understand OSCAR data
           
[attachment=26904 Wrote:Sleeprider pid='367657' dateline='1600964277']Can you scroll up on the left column summary so we can see the events and respiration summaries?  Also expand the detail charts vertically so they are readable. We only need to see Events, Pressure, Flow Limit, Snores and Leaks.  I just can't tell anything about what is going on from those charts.

Ok, I'm giving this another try to attach files
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I'm sorry I'm not very good at Tech stuff....
I hope these attachments work


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Good job! but we need one more, the event flags are important. That should be your top chart, that shows all of your OA, CA, H, UA so we can compare them with the other charts. Thank you!
Apnea (80-100%) 10 seconds, Hypopnea (50-80%) 10 seconds, Flow Limits (0-50%) not timed  Cervical Collar - Dealing w DME - Chart Organizing
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Quote:Good job!  but we need one more, the event flags are important. That should be your top chart, that shows all of your OA, CA, H, UA so we can compare them with the other charts.  Thank you!

I hope this is what's needed.


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#37
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Not to bad, the main events are centrals. Like we talked about, this happens a lot when you first start. I think you are doing well and I will leave the final adjustments to sleeprider. But I will continue to watch.
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#38
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(09-24-2020, 02:34 PM)staceyburke Wrote: Not to bad, the main events are centrals. Like we talked about, this happens a lot when you first start. I think you are doing well and I will leave the final adjustments to sleeprider.  But I will continue to watch.

Thanks so much. The last two nights have not been good according to the App I have, "myAir"
I can really tell the difference in my days too. Low energy and tired. I think I did better before I changed the settings.
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It is a process, it will get better and you WILL FEEL better!
Apnea (80-100%) 10 seconds, Hypopnea (50-80%) 10 seconds, Flow Limits (0-50%) not timed  Cervical Collar - Dealing w DME - Chart Organizing
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Desperate for help reading Oscar charts
            Hi, I'v been on Cpap 3 months. I finally figured out how to use oscar and attach the charts to my post.
First I did not have the machine on AUTO but my events were only 2 or .4 I felt very good during the day.
Someone here suggested to change my machine to auto, and change the pressure settings.
Since then my Events have gone higher. I have been feeling tired and no energy. 
Here is my charts from last night. Please, am I doing ok or do I need to change settings again?
I'm sorry I had to screenshot 4 pages, and include the 4th chart in the reply to this.

Here is chart 4


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