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Why High AHI using DreamStation vs AirSense 10??
RE: Why High AHI using DreamStation vs AirSense 10??
(11-15-2017, 01:22 PM)Greggory Wrote:
(11-10-2017, 02:47 PM)Shin Ryoku Wrote: One clue is that I seem to get more "events" scored while awake wearing the Dreamstation than I do with the Resmed.  Thus I think the Dreamstation probably has more false positives.

I have a Dreamstation Bi-PAP autoSV. I've been taking infrared video and also wearing a Alice PDx home sleep study monitor in order to be able to evaluate scoring. It's very clear that the Dreamstation is scoring many events when I'm awake re-positioning myself in bed - everything from Snoring to Flow Limitations to Hypopneas to Central Apneas.

Very interesting!  Thanks for the info!
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