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(09-06-2013, 10:07 AM)RonWessels Wrote: If your titrated CPAP pressure was 12, I'd recommend starting your Auto pressure settings at 10-20. At 10, you are close enough to your "nominal" treatment pressure that there isn't much of an issue being too low. However, being below your original pressure, if for some reason that pressure was too high, the machine can provide a lower pressure if sufficient.

+1.

I've been tracking mine for a little bit now and having a little leeway below and a good range above seems to let the machine do what it needs to.
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