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[split] Airsense 10 pressure settings [IanC's therapy thread]
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[split] Airsense 10 pressure settings [IanC's therapy thread]
Gday im interested to know if the night/day report of my Airsense auto set 10, with regards to pressure it’s currently at 11.0 and apnea thingies at < 1.0
Is that pressure 11.0 for 95% of the night or for the whole night.
I have a iPad Pro 2021 so assume I can’t use Oscar ?
Be patient with me I’m a newbie to this site.
Thanks Ian
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RE: [split] Airsense 10 pressure settings [IanC's therapy thread]
OSCAR does not work on PADs or Phones.
AHI <1 is great. On your pressure question, I don't understand it.

A setting of 11 is just that a setting, what it means depends on which setting and mode you are in.
A reading of 11 means that pressure was 11 at that point in time.
A 95% stat means pressure was at or below that value (11) for 95% of the night.


If you could find a PC or laptop that you could use OSCAR on
it would help us to understand what is going on.
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RE: [split] Airsense 10 pressure settings [IanC's therapy thread]
Ian, do you have an Autoset, Elite or CPAP? It appears you are using fixed pressure. Your machine has a feature called EPR (exhale pressure relief) that provides up to 3-cm of pressure relief in exhale. Are you using it?
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