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how to access clinical menu on ResMed VPAP ST-A
#1
Hi,

I just signed up for this community and hope to get the answers I am looking for.


I just received new ResMed VPAP-ST machine. I hear that it's pretty advance and new model. I will be learning its features in upcoming days/weeks. I have quick questions:

1. Does ResScan [4.3] work with ResMed VPAP ST-A machine?

2. Does anyone know how to access clinical menu on this device to get additional data on this device?

3. Has anyone here used this machine and if so, what is your experience with it? Just curious.

Thanks!
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#2
Hi slp38238,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
I'm not familiar enough with those machines but hang in there and someone will be able to help you with your question soon.
Best of luck.
trish6hundred
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#3
Thanks. btw, just to make model name clear...it's ResMed S9 VPAP ST-A.
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#4
You can ask for the manual from this forum.
http://www.apneaboard.com/adjust-cpap-pr...tup-manual

I assume you access the innards the same way as the other S9s. Hold down the silver Setup button (has the checkmarks) and the knob button at the same time for roughly 3 seconds. The screen will flicker and there it will be. Turn the knob to flip between "tabs" on the left. Tap the knob to select a tab. Turn knob again to scroll through the items on the screen. Tap again to select that item (most turn orange when selected). Turn knob to select what you want. Tap again to finalize selection. Scroll down to "back" and tap knob to go back a step. Select "home" to go back to main, normal screen.
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