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Can snoring get detected at time expiration.

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skvbksc321 +0 points · 7 days ago Original Poster

While going through the graph i found that during expiration snore volume is not get detected in OSCAR. Is there any possibility to check snore volume at expiration time. Please suggest some advice.

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Sierra +0 points · 7 days ago Sleep Patron

I am not sure what you are referring to. Here is an example of a snoring event. It starts where the green cursor line is and it extends right a whole inhale and exhale part of the breathing cycle. Can you post an example of what you are talking about?

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skvbksc321 +0 points · 7 days ago Original Poster

Hi Sierra, Please look the below image for this we are not getting any snore graph in OSCAR. Can you please suggest resolution.

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Sierra +0 points · 6 days ago Sleep Patron

I believe you have an AirSense 10 AutoSet machine, so it should detect snoring. In OSCAR have you scrolled down in the graphs displayed to find the snore graph. When you find it, then you can click on the title of the graph and drag it up so that it displays. I recall that the ResMed machines detect snoring by the specific oscillation in pressure frequency that is associated with snoring.

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