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How to Find Max Pressure Used Through Night Airsense 11

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vacavaca +0 points · 24 days ago Original Poster

Hello, I'm new to this APAP therapy (hypopnea and hypoxia diagnosed-only 3 days in using machine). Where do I find how much pressure was used on average throughout the night and max used? I don't see it in the MyAir app.

Also, is there any way to have the screen stay up that says what level it is at so if I wake up, I can see what level?
Thanks!!

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Sierra +0 points · 24 days ago Sleep Patron

The MyAir app is very limited. It is more intended to measure compliance to using the machine. Some that get a machine are obligated to use it to a certain level, so they can keep it.

Those who want to look at their results in more detail use the free program called OSCAR. It allows you to view all the detail from minute to minute such as pressure through the whole night. You do need a SD card reader and PC or Mac to use the program. The AirSense 11 machine is very new, but I believe it has preliminary support in OSCAR.

This is an example of some of the detail you can see with the program.

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vacavaca +0 points · 24 days ago Original Poster

That is exactly what I am looking for. Thank you so much for your detailed and quick response; I appreciate it!!

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Sierra +0 points · 24 days ago Sleep Patron

If you need any help using the program just post, and say what your objectives are, other than to determine peak pressure. I hope there are no issues with OSCAR and the new AirSense 11 machine. It was updated very recently to handle the AirSense 11 machine.

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