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[split] How to access Airsense 11 Expiratory pressure relief (EPR™) settings
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[split] How to access Airsense 11 Expiratory pressure relief (EPR™) settings
I have a RELATED PROBLEM.  SOMEHOW the EPR PATIENT ENABLE got turned off - I have gone into the CLINICAL MENU, but do not see how to turn it back on again.  Already in the ADVANCED - patient settings.   PLEASE HELP. 
Device Settings
Therapy Mode: AutoSet EPR: FULL_TIME EPR Setting: 3.0 cmH2O
EPR Enable: ON EPR Patient Enable: OFF Ramp Enable: RAMP_ON
Ramp Time: 20.0 Minutes PatientView: ADVANCED Response: STANDARD
Minimum Pressure: 4.2 cmH2O Maximum Pressure: 15.0 cmH2O

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#2
RE: How to access Airsense 10 Expiratory pressure relief (EPR™) settings
Your min pressure is set 4.2. The absolute lowest it can go is 4. No matter what you set the EPR to it can only reduce 0.2 cm. 

You need to set min to 7. EPR 3

Min7 - EPR3 = 4
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RE: How to access Airsense 10 Expiratory pressure relief (EPR™) settings
NO,  THAT IS NOT THE PROBLEM.  Please Read above note again!  Problem is "the EPR patient enable is now turned off"  Was on a few days ago.
Need to get THAT turned back on...   Max pressure is 15...     Steve   Sad
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RE: How to access Airsense 10 Expiratory pressure relief (EPR™) settings
Maybe that is not the only problem but it surely is a problem!
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#5
RE: How to access Airsense 10 Expiratory pressure relief (EPR™) settings
Stevekuk, we always access EPR On and the settings that by going through the clinical menu. Click the home button and control knob at the same time and enter the clinical menu. Scroll down to comfort settings and verify EPR is set On Full Time at the setting you choose. It is possible the patient menu for EPR is turned off, but you can still access it in the clinical menu.
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RE: [split] How to access Airsense 11 Expiratory pressure relief (EPR™) settings
stevekuk,
Since you are using the new A11, I have split your post from the 2017 thread discussing the A10 that you posted in.
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RE: [split] How to access Airsense 11 Expiratory pressure relief (EPR™) settings
Here is the link to instructions to access the Airsense 11 clinical settings.
https://www.apneaboard.com/resmed-airsen...setup-info

Sleeprider gave you instruction for the airsense 10
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RE: [split] How to access Airsense 11 Expiratory pressure relief (EPR™) settings
I apologize for the post ---  I FIGURED IT OUT - SIMPLE STUPID MISTAKE -   In the patient menu is "pressure reduce"  It is NOT labeled EPR so I missed it.    The problem is fixed.  Sorry for all the fuss.  I even sent it to Univ Sleep center - but no reply...
(My post got moved - so apologize if 2 replies)
         Sleep Well!   I am not sleeping well - bad knee - APAP does not help that...     Best, Steve   [Image: thanks.gif] [Image: biggrin.gif]
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RE: [split] How to access Airsense 11 Expiratory pressure relief (EPR™) settings
Thank you for the information. I know we will have many AS11 users looking for the same thing. Until the release of the AS11, it was listed as, "EPR".
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RE: [split] How to access Airsense 11 Expiratory pressure relief (EPR™) settings
(01-13-2022, 10:52 AM)Crimson Nape Wrote: Until the release of the AS11, it was listed as, "EPR".

To clarify, the AS11 still lists it as "EPR" on the Clinician menu.  On the Patient menu (where ON/OFF are only selections), it is listed as "Pressure Relief".   I guess Resmed thought patients would be confused by the abbreviation and didn't have room for all three words.  :-)

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Patient Menu:
   
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