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Wow, icyura10 - amazing post. Sounds like you've had one heck of a year!

First - wishing you a quick and definitive diagnosis with an excellent prognosis.

Second - love that you're keeping your sense of humor amidst so many problems!

Third - With the change in mask and (slightly) less fragmented sleep - what is your AHI averaging?
07-28-2016 01:07 AM
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RE: Your Personal CPAP Success Story - Post Here
Hello! Here is a link to the list of acronyms. http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php?title=Acronyms

If you click on "Wiki" near the top of the page, you'll see many useful articles. http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki

Best of luck to you, and I urge you to post any questions you may have on the Main Apnea Board Forum.

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07-29-2016 08:23 PM
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icyura10 Offline

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(07-28-2016 01:07 AM)JPDTrek Wrote:  Third - With the change in mask and (slightly) less fragmented sleep - what is your AHI averaging?

JPDTrek,

I dunno yet.. I just switched from a ResMed 10 Airsense brick to a ResMed 10 VAUTO so I've not a lot of supporting data just yet.

With the Airsense I was seeing anywhere between 0.0 - 7.6; I tend to suspect most of the ones that were really low were because my sleep sessions tended to be fairly short.

With the VAUTO, I actually had a dream I remembered. First one in about 10 years. I'm sure it will take some time before I get any meaningful idea about what my A/HI likely is... so ask me in about 3 months.

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