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anyone convert CSV o2 data into Oscar?
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anyone convert CSV o2 data into Oscar?
   
Have a new SPo2 rig (wrist band with finger ring/sensor) seems to work really well but only outputs either csv or pdf files.  Wish i could somehow integrate this info into my CPAP/Oscar results.  Oscar seems to only like files with spo file type.  I've tried different tricks but nothing works.  Help anyone?

I have one of the clip on the finger recording oximeters, but it is cumbersome and sometimes erratic.  I think the battery weight hanging on the end of finger causes some problems.  I bought one like attached pic.  It stays on really well, and seems to give more even results without big spikes.
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RE: anyone convert CSV o2 data into Oscar?
There's a software subforum here for these sorts of questions, and a thread there showing support is coming in the next release ;-)

http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...r-importer
Caveats: I'm just a patient, with no medical training.
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RE: anyone convert CSV o2 data into Oscar?
This is how I got my Wellue Viatom o2 ring data into Oscar.
After opening the ViHealth App on my iPhone, when I take the ring off it connects via Bluetooth to the phone and loads the data.

The arrow in the upper right hand of the app opens up a window. Chose “Share as Binary”. With my MacBook on it becomes available to airdrop the file to the laptop where it will be in downloads.

Moving the cursor to the top of the Oscar screen click on Data and chose Import Viatom Date. Select the file in downloads. It has a 14 digit number as the file name.
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RE: anyone convert CSV o2 data into Oscar?
I just bought a Wellue SleepU O2 Monitor (also works for O2 Ring). These are the steps I followed for a PC.
1.       Download and install Wellue's O2 Insight Pro software to your PC. There’s a link in the User Manual.
2.       Open the program and find “Data Location” under “Options” to save your data to a location on your PC. Note the location.
3.       After recording overnight data to your O2 device, connect your device to a USB port on your PC.
4.       In O2Insight, click “Download” to send files to the PC location.
5.       Now select the date you want to view.
6.       You can view all of your O2 data now with O2Insight, you don’t need to import to OSCAR.
7.       To import to OSCAR, after downloading the current day's data from your CPAP machine’s SD card, go to OSCAR menus Data Import Viatom Data and select the day’s O2 file from the download location on your PC.
8.       O2, Pulse and Motion should be visible in OSCAR.
9.       The Wellue O2 devices keep data from last four sessions. The 5th newest session will overwrite the oldest, so keep data synchronized with OSCAR in a timely manner.
10.   The Wellue O2 devices stop recording after 10 hours of wear, then start a new session.
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