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Poll: What is your 90/95% or fixed pressure
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4.0 - 5.9
0%
0 0%
6.0 - 7.9
3.70%
2 3.70%
8.0 - 9.9
16.67%
9 16.67%
10 - 11.9
31.48%
17 31.48%
12 - 13.9
24.07%
13 24.07%
14.0 - 15.9
11.11%
6 11.11%
16.0 - 17.9
7.41%
4 7.41%
18.0 - 19.9
5.56%
3 5.56%
20 & over
0%
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What is your 90/95% or fixed pressure
#1
Please vote , then add a comment about your pressure if you wish .

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#2
Both my 90% and 95% are 7.0, which was also my original prescribed CPAP pressure.

Sleep doc seems to think starting at a lower pressure will be more comfortable for me. Even though the sleep tech had commented that during the PSG I was mostly at 7, but sleeping rough. But, bumping me to 8 smoothed things out. I currently use 7 as my starting pressure.

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#3
14.8 if I look at the last 6 months...15.5 for the last 12 months. 16.2 last night. Go fig. Smile
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#4
Around 13.8 most of the time.
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#5
Prescribed pressure 7cm

Actual pressure @ 95th percentile 9.6 since January, lately its been in the 10.2 range.

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#6
Prescribed pressure 13cm, Actual pressure is 11.5cm after putting machine in AutoIQ mode for 7 days.
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#7
According to SleepyHead, my 95% pressure overall is 10.0. The latest night of data I had uploaded was 6.5.
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#8
Mine is 9 in CPAP mode. I am do for another visit next month and will see if they decide to up it.

Tom..........
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(03-23-2012, 09:53 PM)CHanlon Wrote: 14.8 if I look at the last 6 months...15.5 for the last 12 months. 16.2 last night. Go fig. Smile
Mine fluctuate too. May be the S9 give me more pressure what needed as it keep chasing flow limitation and bump the pressure up.

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#10
I was titrated at 13, but since have had it lowered a few times.
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