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Sleepyhead and Aircurve 10 Auto VPAP question
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User kaisgram posted this screenshot in another thread:

[Image: Screenshot2014-04-09at123934PM_zps8050e1b4.png]

I currently use an Aircurve10 Auto VPAP, however, the pressure graph in Sleepyhead only contains the EPAP pressure line and not the IPAP one. Is there a method to get the IPAP line to show as well?

Thanks!
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I recall reading that SleepyHead hasn't quite caught up with the AirCurve machines yet and the absence of one of the pressure lines is one of the bugs. I thought it was the EPAP line that was missing, though, not the IPAP. In any case, I guess the "method" is to watch and wait for SleepyHead updates.Wink
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(10-02-2015, 08:08 PM)kaiasgram Wrote: I recall reading that SleepyHead hasn't quite caught up with the AirCurve machines yet and the absence of one of the pressure lines is one of the bugs. I thought it was the EPAP line that was missing, though, not the IPAP. In any case, I guess the "method" is to watch and wait for SleepyHead updates.Wink

Sorry, you're right, it should be the EPAP that's missing. Bah.

Thanks for your help. To be honest, it's not that difficult to figure out what the EPAP line would be since it's fixed. I just thought it looks nicer with a blue and red line like the one you have in the picture.
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Hi ramblingasian,

Since you have a RedMed machine you can also download and use ResScan software as a double check on SleepyHead. In ResScan it is the "High Rate Pressure" waveform which shows fine detail of the pressure waveform.

Take care,
--- Vaughn


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