Ok, they're calming down.
One problem I have with setting APAP machines to CPAP, or with machines that only do CPAP, is there really isn't an easy way to tell if the pressure is higher than needed. Sometimes higher pressure can be the cause of the increased CA's.
So I think stay where your at, or maybe drop the pressure to 14, and see where you go.
I think you might want to change to Auto mode, set minimum pressure to your usual CPAP pressure and let the machine self-titrate as needed. Your choice on setting EPR. Since your CPAP pressure is not being effective, let the Auto do the work.
Buena suerde y saludos.
Still in Bogota until the 6th of April; numbers seem to be leveling out; here's last night's tally and the cumulative. As you might gather, I am sleeping my vacation away!
9.25 hours used; EPH: 12.5; Mask OK; Humidifier OK; (forgot to write the rest down!)
LAST 14 DAYS:
Avg. usage: 10.0 hours; Pressure 15.8; Leak 8L/min; AHI 16.3; Total 16.2; Central AI 15.4
When I return home next week I'll upload the SD Card Data to Sleephead.