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ResScan pressure trace disppears
#1
Anybody explain this... the pressure trace disappeared after a brief awake, mask off interruption.

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#2
The machine was turned off
Either by power button or SmartStart was on and mask was off
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(11-14-2014, 05:13 PM)zonk Wrote: The machine was turned off
Either by power button or SmartStart was on and mask was off

The mask was taken off and machine auto stopped. Then later mask back on and machine auto started. Why would that make the pressure trace not come back?

Oh the one line that remained is the EPAP line The IPAP line did not come back
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#4
I don't know .. perhaps aliens
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#5
It's there. It just settled into a smooth trace. Looks like prior to wakening, you were having sleep disordered breathing; and the ASV algorthim was dithering the pressure.
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(11-14-2014, 07:22 PM)justMongo Wrote: It's there. It just settled into a smooth trace. Looks like prior to wakening, you were having sleep disordered breathing; and the ASV algorthim was dithering the pressure.
Thanks, takes one to know one (same machine users)
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