Here is the screen shot though showing the past 30 days. Notice the 2 sections highlighted. Total Usage shows a 96% use rate (29 out of 30 days), but yet the 30 Day Compliance shows 0% and compliance not met.
BTW, the 60 and 90 day reports show 90% usage (>4 hours)
The compliance is set for 4 hours in the settings.
It was showing this in the previous version of ResScan. And before making this post I updated to the latest version (5.4.1) and redid the screen shot.
I believe I have an idea of where the problem is at.
I began using the bi-pap on Mar 10th. I had very bad compliance with it.
On April 22nd I was able to switch over to an AirCurve 10 ASV for 1 month.
I resumed using the bi-pap on May 21st. This created a 1 month gap in the data.
I am thinking that for some reason this gap in the data is messing up the compliance usage formula.
Anyone else experienced this, or any comments?
BTW, as a side note. My compliance with the ASV improved. But right at the end of that month was when the report came out about the ResMed study that showed ASV can cause problems for those with heart failure which would apply to me. So the doc said no way to continued use of ASV.
The good thing about that 1 month on ASV, by studying the data I was able to determine my biggest problem was with the length of the inhale cycle. By changing the TiMax to 3.2 it made a huge difference with the bi-pap. It greatly decreased the centrals and increased the usage time.