CPAP software for the PC

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


1. OSCAR Software for the PC, Mac & Linux - this open-source software offers data and chart analysis for newer ResMed, Philips-Respironics, Fisher & Paykell, Weinmann and DeVilbiss CPAP machines. To obtain a free copy, please visit the OSCAR download page For help go to OSCAR Help and to discuss this software, please go to the Apnea Board Software Support forum


2. 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. For help or to discuss this software, please go to the Apnea Board Software Support forum


3. Encore Pro Software for the PC - this software offers data and chart analysis for newer Philips Respironics 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. For help or to discuss this software, please go to the Apnea Board Software Support forum

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.