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#11
He probably means Sleepyhead will give you more info...
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(12-23-2016, 10:44 AM)harmon k Wrote: Sonicboom, you said that my Airsense 10 machine can give me a lot more info than Resmed/My Air can, like the RERA's. But when I go to the "My Options" part or the "Sleep Report" part and scroll down the whole thing I only see things like ramp time, hum level,warmup (in Options) or, in Sleep Report, things like Days used, total AI, central AI, etc. Thanks.

Harmon, your machine displays full therapy information, but you have to change a setting from 'essentials' to plus.
Use the clinical menu (control knob + home button), then click clinical menu.
Scroll down to Options and find Essentials. It will say on.
Click and change the setting to Plus.
Exit.

You should now see therapy information including average and 90% pressure, AHI, types of apnea, and all of this can be looked at in the regular menu for 1-day, 7-day, 30 day etc.
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#13
As sleeprider suggested change the setting to Plus. Then use Sleepyhead to really see all the data you are missing. You can do it and we can help you with any questions. Use the software support forum part of this board for any specifics on installing and using Sleeepyhead. It's a vast new world.
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#14
Hi harmon k,
It's great to hear that you are doing so well with your CPAP therapy, and that you are noticing improvements, keep up the good work.
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When my sleep doc downloaded my card and read all my "detailed" data, is that, perhaps, good for now? In other words, is he seeing everything that's important?
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#16
It depends on whether the summary data, or the summary and detail data were loaded. ResScan gives them the option. If you have concerns about any specific nights, you should mention those to be sure the doc can take a look at it. Otherwise, they may download the summary alone.
                                                                                                                                                                                  
Please organize your SleeyHead screenshots like this.
I'm an epidemiologist, not a medical provider. 
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