Ah, I see you found a way to post thumbnail images. A little hard to read, but yes that's some severe apnea. What are your questions?
BTW the PR 560 machine is a good one -- full treatment data available.
Many of us had similar numbers before treatment. The point is that with CPAP pressure at 12, your apnea events were well treated. You received a very good machine with the PRS1 Auto (560), and the main challenge is going to be to get comfortable and use the therapy every time you sleep.
Let us know how the machine is setup. You will need to have a higher minimum pressure than the default and hopefully it will be done for you. Be sure to request a copy of the clinical manual by email. Just follow the instruction at the link at the top of the forum.
Unless you are one of the lucky few for whom CPAP therapy comes easily, expect a period of adjustment as your body and brain get used to this new adventure in sleeping.
Like you, I was very concerned initially, especially after my first few nights, which were pretty miserable. It's taken me 2 months to become reasonably adjusted to CPAP therapy, and I still have good nights and not-so-good nights. However, my AHI is now usually less than 5, and I've found a mask -- after trying out 5 different ones -- that works pretty well for me. My beginning experience seems to be very typical, based on many other posts on this forum.
My advice is to climb back inside, off the ledge, and give your therapy a chance to work. The beginning probably won't be fun -- it often isn't an easy adjustment for your body and brain to make -- but you can do it.
I know the numbers are frightening, but at least you have a diagnosis, and a machine to treat your sleep apnea, so just try to relax a bit and get used to your CPAP therapy.
Ask as many questions as you need to, to help you along the way.
Hang in there for more responses to your post and much success to you as you start your CPAP journey.