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sleep apnea and afib
Does anybody else have afib with sleep apnea?

How does it effect your readings in sleepyhead


I am still trying to post one of my nights with the the graphs but a little confusing for me but I am getting closer.
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RE: sleep apnea and afib
Hi Jerry1967 and welcome to the forum! Glad you found us! Lots of knowledgeable people here with tons of experience who I'm sure will chime in with helpful advice. Good luck getting everything sorted out!
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Welcome,

Can you post some sleep studies while you are trying to post daily data, and some more info on the afib.?

My sig links may help you with the posting


thanks

Fred
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RE: sleep apnea and afib
I see you are using the air curve v machine. My Dr. wants me to go have another study so I can get a machine likes yours. I now use a automatic one but because of Centrals he wants me to try one like yours.

Does it work for you?
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#5
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My AirCurve works for me BUT I do / did not have complex or central Apnea

I suspect that he would like yopu to have the AirCurve ASV and not the Vauto.

The different models atack different problems.

Many have come to this forum and find that the ResMed AirCurve ASV works extremely well at controlling
 complex/central apneas.
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RE: sleep apnea and afib
i have a fib.  not sure  about effect on readings... i use dreamapper and i find it very nice , just click the icon on my phone in the am and that is all , and i see what the night looks like ....i think that may sleep  apnea may have caused my a fib.
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(07-28-2017, 03:23 PM)David44142 Wrote: i have a fib.  not sure  about effect on readings... i use dreamapper and i find it very nice , just click the icon on my phone in the am and that is all , and i see what the night looks like ....i think that may sleep  apnea may have caused my a fib.

how is your a fib now that you are on a cpap machine?
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