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Relationship between minimum pressure and EPA
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Relationship between minimum pressure and EPA
Is there a relationship between minimum start pressure and EPA? I am new to CPAP.
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RE: Relationship between minimum pressure and EPA
Welcome to the forum

The min pressure most CPAPs can produce is 4 cmw.
Your min set pressure is 4 + EPR so the EPR can fully function.

In addition EPR is an effective treatment for hypopneas, flow limits, RERAS, and UARS.
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