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Switching from constant pressure to autoset
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(10-03-2015, 07:45 AM)sgearhart Wrote: I tried the auto function of my S9 without success. My breathing patterns trick the Resmed algorithm causing the S9 go to .2cm below the maximum set pressure. If I set the S9 at 8-20, it will go to 19.8. I have it set at a straight 10cm now and have sub 1's as an AHI. I would like to try a P-R just to see how it responses to me.
I've similar experience in the beginning with wide range, the machine keep up with flow limitation and ramp the pressure to the maximum even AHI been take care of at lower pressure
I had to narrow it down, otherwise wouldn't be able keep the mask on or get any sleep, its all about compromise
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