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interperting oscar data
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interperting oscar data
Best data so far, after 2 months of mask leakage waking me up.
any insight looking at the data? I broke it into 3 screen shots so all the fields would show

can someone explain the AHI curve .. only two events for the night, but each looks like it lasts for over an hour ... could I be mis-reading the graph?

thanks
charlie


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#2
RE: interperting oscar data
Your AHI chart is a 1 hour rolling index. The chart is correct. And yes it is basically useless. I never look at it unless there is a question about it or I am testing.
Please arrange your charts in the standard order.
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RE: interperting oscar data
(11-30-2021, 09:02 AM)Gideon Wrote: Your AHI chart is a 1 hour rolling index.  The chart is correct.  And yes it is basically useless.  I never look at it unless there is a question about it or I am testing.
Please arrange your charts in the standard order.

Hmmm.. I did not intentionally change the order of the charts ... and do not know what the correct sequence is...

thank you for the info on the AHI .. it is confusing to say the least
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RE: interperting oscar data
The most useful charts for diagnostic purposes are:

  • Event Flags

  • Flow Rate

  • Pressure

  • Leak Rate

  • Flow Limit (Resmed only. Respironics includes Flow Limitation in Events)

  • Snore

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#5
RE: interperting oscar data
Click
View. / Reset Graphics. / Standard

That way you don't have to drag and drop charts.
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RE: interperting oscar data
cberistain,
Use the F12 key to take a Screenshot.  That should put the chart in order as to what graphs we like to see: Events, Flow rate, Pressure, Flow Limitation and Leak rate.  Anything else that is needed, we would request it.  

The link in my signature line can help guide you.
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RE: interperting oscar data
cberistain  -  To organize your graphs in the correct order, go to the menu area in the upper left.  Select  View  ->  Reset Graphs  ->  Standard.
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RE: interperting oscar data
(11-30-2021, 10:57 AM)staceyburke Wrote: The most useful charts for diagnostic purposes are:
  • Event Flags

  • Flow Rate

  • Pressure

  • Leak Rate

  • Flow Limit (Resmed only. Respironics includes Flow Limitation in Events)

  • Snore


thanks.. I set mine up that way .. and added spo2 after Snore.
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