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Sleepyhead Event Counts and AHI
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i have just noticed one day in particular in the past where Sleepyhead counted more events on the events tab than what showed on the Event Flag chart. It apparently uses the same count for AHI as what is on the event tab.

Upon close inspection 2 of the OAs are duplicated exactly on the event tab. Same time down to the second and same duration. One hypopnea was duplicated exactly. The event flag chart shows 3 less events than the event tab. Interestingly enough, ReScan agrees with what is displayed on the event flag chart.

Has anyone run into this type of thing? Does anyone know what causes it?

Best Regards,

PaytonA
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#2
I haven't seen it on my system. I'm on a Win7; what O/S are you running?
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(08-05-2015, 03:09 PM)sgearhart Wrote: I haven't seen it on my system. I'm on a Win7; what O/S are you running?

Win 7 Home Premium. Does not happen all the time.

Best Regards,

PaytonA
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I was wondering about that as well! I noticed a few weeks back where this was showing additional or different data to what my S9 machine & ResScan software were showing. Then it stopped and was mirroring the main data across all three feedback systems like it has been since April. Three days ago, happened again for one day's reading. Not sure what to make of this. I'm on a Mac computer, so we can rule out SOME OF IT being an O/S issue.
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PaytonA - I did get this once in a while but now that I wait a good 2 minutes after shut off before removing SD I have not had it happen to me.
In my case the machine was superimposing a session I did not have over the top of a session I did have. Some of the times gained or lost an hour of fictitious or real data in the bargain.
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