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Curative K Series CPAP System
How do I access pressure settings on the Curative K series CPAP System?

There is apparently a password on this machine as opposed to a "secret button" or key combination for entering into administrative mode.

Thanks to anybody that can help.

DTRD
05-04-2016 10:29 PM
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RE: Curative K Series CPAP System
OOH, that's ugly. I didn't find anything online about the password.

However, DME's tend to be dumb, so they probably keep it simple. Try a few simple passwords like 1234, 1111, 9999. You might also try the first or last 4 digits of the serial number or model number on the label. Hopefully, they won't have a different password for each machine. As I said, DME's are dumb and can't handle that level of organization.

I'm interested in where you got a Curative K series CPAP machine. Online, local "brick and mortar" DME, etc. What state and country are you in?

Please let us know if you find the password.

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05-05-2016 03:30 AM
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RE: Curative K Series CPAP System
I'd be trying 0000
05-05-2016 05:05 AM
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RE: Curative K Series CPAP System
Are you sure the name is "Curative K"?

All I could find online was about the Curasa CPAP made by Curative Medical.

Manufacturer site here:

http://www.curativemedical.com/products.html


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05-05-2016 07:26 AM
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RE: Curative K Series CPAP System
Hi DTRD,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
The only Curative Medical machine I have heard anything about is the Curasa, but I don't know anything about its settings
Much success to you with your CPAP therapy and setting up your new machine.

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05-05-2016 05:57 PM
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RE: Curative K Series CPAP System
I actually found some FDA application records for the K series. There was a lot of detail there but nothing much of use to doctors or patients.

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05-05-2016 06:59 PM
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RE: Curative K Series CPAP System
(05-04-2016 10:29 PM)DTRD Wrote:  How do I access pressure settings on the Curative K series CPAP System?

There is apparently a password on this machine as opposed to a "secret button" or key combination for entering into administrative mode.

Thanks to anybody that can help.

DTRD

Thanks to all for your input and advice. The first 4 digits of the serial number was the winner. The Curasa is a very inexpensive machine which I got as a travel machine. Twice when I have traveled in the Middle East, my CPAP was almost held by airport security. I did not want to lose my main CPAP machine. I also got the inline hose filters for it which comes in handy when you are in less than luxurious accomodations. All in All I am happy with the Curasa machine -- especially now that I can adjust it as needed.

Thanks.
05-23-2016 02:35 PM
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RE: Curative K Series CPAP System
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05-23-2016 04:40 PM
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