I am experiencing a problem with my Resmed S9 Auto whereby occasionally it will try to suffocate me. , by that I mean that sometimes I will wake up in a panic trying to rip the mask off my face to get air, I feel like I am suffocating.
I have reported this to my Doctor but got no explanation other than to try and pinpoint exactly when it happens. Well the other night 11/18/2015 I woke up and caught the "devil" trying to blow my cheeks apart . My cheeks were puffed out further than Chip 'N' Dale with a mouth full of nuts, don't ask me how, but I was able to breath normally through my nose but not through my mouth as my cheeks were blown up as previously explained. I let the ResMed run like this for a little while to see if it ramped itself down but it didn't, I took the mask off, turned the machine off for a couple of minutes, turned it back on and it worked perfectly, I then turned it off and went back to sleep without it as I didn't want to be woken up again.
I took note of the time and put it on the notepad app on my cell, tonight I upgraded my ResScan program to v220.127.116.1185 (Run as Administrator) to the latest version (no probs), I opened my Patient file but for the love of me every time I tried to download the data of my SD card it came up with "Error".
I have BRP.crc -BRP.edf - and CRC file in a Datalog File on the card (now copied to PC) but they will not download to ResScan. I have tried Importing the Datalog file into ResScan which reports it is successful but nothing changes and I cannot find the file in the program anywhere.
I find it odd that in nearly 3 yrs of having the ResMed S9 Auto that it has never been in for a checkup - calibration check or whatever the Techs do with it, since my first visit after getting the machine I have only ever taken the SD card in, the Receptionist downloads the data and gives it to the Doctor on his PC. The doctor prints out a sheet and shows me what he thinks I should/need to know and that's the be all end all of my visit - come again 12 mths.
Could somebody help me out or give me a clue on what I should/need to be doing both with the SD card.