The PAP police don't exist, but if the CPOPE finds out you're changing your own pressure, you're going to hell.
Let's not forget that adjusting your own pressure can ruin the effectiveness of your therapy if you do it wrong. For instance, if some whiny person decides the pressure is too high and turns it down without checking the results, they can end up with totally ineffective therapy.
If the pressure is wrong it doesn't matter whether you or your doctor made the setting.
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If it's midnight and a DME tells you it's dark outside, go and check it yourself.
If there was a Clap police, they should be called on the medical supply place that my sleep doctor sent me. My insurance won't cover low level sleep apnea or snoring so I have to pay out of pocket. That medical supply place wanted 1200$ for a machine I finally got online for 550$. Everything in that place is way overprice, and a straight up racked. Those A-holes even have a rental option, that's crazy priced. I have more respect for heroin dealer!
I consider all DME suppliers to be crooks until they prove otherwise. None of mine have done that so far.