CPAP software for the PC

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Apnea Board members generally use one of two CPAP Software packages to analyze CPAP data:


1. ResScan Software for the PC - this software offers data and chart analysis for newer ResMed CPAP machines. To obtain a free copy, please join the Apnea Board forum (free) and navigate to our Private Files & Links area (near the bottom of the forums), where you will find a post on how to download the software. To discuss this software, please go to this Apnea Board Forum thread about ResScan


2. SleepyHead Software for the PC, Mac & Linux - this open-source software offers data and chart analysis for newer ResMed, Philips-Respironics and DeVilbiss CPAP machines. To obtain a free copy, please join the Apnea Board forum (free) and navigate to our Private Files & Links area (near the bottom of the forums), where you will find a post on how to download the software. To discuss this software, please go to this Apnea Board Forum thread about SleepyHead


Note: These software packages work best for newer, data-capable CPAP machines that store data on a small SD memory card. You will need a personal computer and an SD card reader to read your CPAP data. An inexpensive USB-connected SD card reader can be purchased for $15-25 at most computer supply stores.

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