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UARS help with OSCAR data
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RE: UARS help with OSCAR data
Please unpin all the graphs, so we can see the Event Flags graph, along with the other graphs.  Use the F12 key to take the screenshot.
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#12
RE: UARS help with OSCAR data
F12 is doing something weird and cutting the image off, so I just compressed a regular screenshot of the zoomed in portion + other plots.  Is this what you mean?


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You have the first 3 graphs pinned, notice the pin image in the upper left of each graph. You need to unpin them.
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RE: UARS help with OSCAR data
(01-11-2021, 04:42 PM)Crimson Nape Wrote: You have the first 3 graphs pinned, notice the pin image in the upper left of each graph.  You need to unpin them.

My bad, I don't know which other plots you want to see.  Although the snore plot is essential, it's completely empty, so I didn't include it.


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Those flat tops are a small amount of residual flow limit. I might be inclined to increase EPAP rather than pressure support, although there is no call for any of it. All of these close-ups are in proximity to the only events flagged, and during a period of declining pressure. It's not a complete picture. Are you sure, the pressure support of 5.4 is not part of what disrupts your sleep?
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(01-11-2021, 06:04 PM)Sleeprider Wrote: Those flat tops are a small amount of residual flow limit. I might be inclined to increase EPAP rather than pressure support, although there is no call for any of it.  All of these close-ups are in proximity to the only events flagged, and during a period of declining pressure.  It's not a complete picture.  Are you sure, the pressure support of 5.4 is not part of what disrupts your sleep?

I don't think it's the pressure support, but to be 100% honest, I don't really have any idea why my sleep has been so terrible with therapy.  It's possible that it's leak related though - I just thought to rescale the y-axis on the leak plots and found that a lot of these respiratory disturbances coincide with leaks.  I've been trying to get the leaks down, and switched from the amara view to the F20 recently, but I guess I still haven't figured that out so well.  

Guess I'll try to nail that down, and possibly come back with more info if should that not resolve it.
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