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ResScan CPAP Reporting Software (current version: 5.5) [Archived Discussions]
(12-03-2013, 12:21 PM)marcus73 Wrote: Looking at those statistics now. AHI & AI looks good (1,1 0,1 - 1,2)! But what Pressure and Leak values would be Normal? I got Pressure 6,1 - 8,4 - 9,6 and Leak 1,2 - 6,0 - 12,0.
BR, Marcus
Hi marcus73 and welcome
Pressure 6,1 - 8,4 - 9,6
6.1 is median pressure, pressure was at or below this number for 50% of the time
8.4 is 95% percentile pressure, pressure was at or below this number for 95% of the time
also its the one displayed on the machine LCD sleep report
9.6 is the maximum pressure, pressure at or blew this number and above 95% percentile pressure for 5% of the time

Leak 1,2 - 6,0 - 12,0.
Same explanation as "Pressure", just substitute the word pressure with leak
S9 report unintentional leak (mask plus mouth leaks) = [total leak less intentional leak (mask vents leak rate)]

You,re asking what would be normal?
Leak at or below 24 L/m is an acceptable leak .. the red line shown on detailed data leak graph. Higher leak rate affect the accuracy of the data and causes sleep disturbance. Leak numbers are excellent indicate very good mask fit/seal

There is no such thing as normal, different people need different pressure to maintain open airways, your pressure is only relevant to you on this particular night. Pressure might vary slightly from one night to the next.

Keep up the good work

Is the day-to-day pressure variation bigger than on a typical night? Or is there no such thing as a typical night?
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Dear all: I have just download from your link and installed ResScan 4.3 but cannot read the data from the SD Card (see attached.) The software can "see" that the SD Card is from my AutoSet in G Drive and I can see the settings for my APAP machine. But just cannot dwonload. I have tried both with Patient Profile and No Profile. I have tried on 2 Win 7 laptops & 1 XP PC with built in SD slot as well as USB converter. Any help?


Take SD card out, lock the card, close the program, reboot and try again
if you forget to unlock the card before inserting in the machine, the machine will remind you
Your profile shows a Philips and Resmed machine. Which one were you trying to download into ResScan? If you were trying to download data from the Philips machine, it will not download into ResScan as that is only for ResMed machines. Hope this helps.
Now I only have ResMed. Since I have tried on 2 download n 3 systems over a few days, it should not be a trivial ptoblem. However, SleepyHead is OK except the scale and info on pressure graph is wrong. Any more suggestions? I started computer with punch cards and have been keeping my knowledge up to date.


(12-11-2013, 06:45 AM)apdtap Wrote: Now I only have ResMed. Since I have tried on 2 download n 3 systems over a few days, it should not be a trivial ptoblem. However, SleepyHead is OK except the scale and info on pressure graph is wrong. Any more suggestions? I started computer with punch cards and have been keeping my knowledge up to date.

I don't quite understand what you mean by the scale and info on pressure graph is wrong.
(11-11-2013, 03:56 PM)Sleepster Wrote: Do you have the ResMed S9 Autoset, or the Resmed S9 Escape Auto?

The latter is a brick and will give you only limited amounts of data.

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This is from ResMed Autoset. The pressure unit is cmH2O which is impossible. Appreciate if any can also expalin the Leak & Snore graph.


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