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How many nights needed for OSCAR comments from members?
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How many nights needed for OSCAR comments from members?
How many nights are needed for OSCAR data to be uploaded in order to get good comments and feedback form members?

I had warranty work done on my machine many months ago and I never inserted a memory card back into it. 

I have never had any issues with my sleep until recently but need to get some data uploaded here for folks to review. 


What is a good amount of time necessary in order to get good feed back after putting the card back into the machine?
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#2
RE: How many nights needed for OSCAR comments from members?
Just a normal night is fine. See the charts needed in my signature.
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RE: How many nights needed for OSCAR comments from members?
If I understand, just ONE night is acceptable?

I will look at your chart recommendations.
I still need to download the new software (still have the old format program.)
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RE: How many nights needed for OSCAR comments from members?
Yes if it is a typical night
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RE: How many nights needed for OSCAR comments from members?
Aha, key word being typical.

I do not believe I have been having typical nights for a while (will explain in a separate thread.)

Thanks for clearing that up.
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RE: How many nights needed for OSCAR comments from members?
If you have up and down nights... one night high AHI, the next night a low AHI. Or nights that are just not consistent. One night high Clear Airways, the next night none.

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OR- thanks for the reference... will look into it later as I am doing other things now...
...for once I am invigorated having gotten a decent night's sleep for the first time in a LONG while.
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RE: How many nights needed for OSCAR comments from members?
Put a shot up to show where you're at on treatment. Then we look at the next day or whatever, typically a standard view is good enough. Sometimes other aspects are asked for, zooms, etc.
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RE: How many nights needed for OSCAR comments from members?
I think we can do a lot with one-night of data, and as a thread progresses, we will see more information, and even how you respond to any recommended changes. You have been on the forum for a long time, and probably know most of our moves on therapy. We're more than happy to take a look and help out, but it's gong to be hard to beat the therapeutic effect of living at the top of Summit County. Just a way of saying your unique altitude also plays a part in what your results probably look like.
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