Thanks for responding guys.
AlanE - When I activated the user functions, there was a dialog that said the program had to do something, and I needed to close and restart. I'm assuming that was a rebuild, but maybe not. If I explicitly do the rebuild, will I be able to reverse to the default display later?
DeepBreathing - I'm using Beta-1, so maybe there's a bug in the display as to the parameters associated with each UF.
Quote:If you go to Files | Preferences | Events, you'll see that there are a bunch of PRS events which JediMark has labelled "Unknown PRS1 Code". They show up in the machine outputs but are not documented. SleepyHead gives you the option of reporting them, but the author doesn't know what they are (and hence likely of little consequence).
Thanks for that! I turned them off. Funny thing, they seem to have been checked by default (along with a bunch of others which nevertheless don't appear on the graphs), so something about enabling the two UFs also enabled those two channels as well.
Quote:Not really. These "events" were always there, it's just that they weren't being recorded. In all forms of therapy somebody needs to draw a line to define what is significant and what is not. For sleep apnea, the line is drawn at 10 seconds - longer than that and it is recorded as an apnea or hypopnea, shorter than that and it's not recorded. SleepyHead lets you see events which fall outside the "official" definition (in other words below that line). If you're getting a lot of these and they're around 8 or 9 seconds they might have some clinical effect. Or they might not... Dont-know
Understood they were always there and are not in AHI. Question is should I worry about them. Many are 8 sec, but a significant number are in the teens or even higher. Oy.
I'm frustrated with having gotten my AHI reduced to the 5-7 range, but can't seem to break 5. Guess I'll focus full attention on that before worrying about these grey area events.
Thanks again, -Ron