If you're talking about the ResMED AirSense 10, yes there is a way.
As you may know, there is a SD disk inserted into the side of the CPAP. The data on that disk is easily read by the free ResScan software program for Windows PCs. You will need a card reader on your computer. Most laptops and newer desktops usually have them built in.
Just Google "ResScan 5.4.1 download". It will lead you to another message board where you'll need to join to gain access to the program, but that's free too.
I've installed it, it's completely safe and it works great. Let me know if I can help.
By the way, the program should work with any ResMED device with a removable SD card.
Thank you, Joesph, for this information. I'm going to try to download it today. I, too, am very underwhelmed by the MyAir skimpy date for my AirSence10 machine. I have been able to supplement that by accessing a more detailed 'Clinical' screen directly on the machine, but even that is quite limited - it shows 30 day averages for AHI, AI, central AI, pressures, & leakage rates. The way to access the clinical setting screen is to simultaneously press the black Home button & the silver center of the selection knob and hold about 4 seconds. Then select the sleep report window. My RT freaked out when I told her about it. She didn't even know that was on the machine. She was afraid I was going to go into the clinical settings window and mess with the machine settings. I leave that part to the experts. I'm just one of those people who is helped by seeing the actual black & white evidence that my theraoy is showing results. When I could see daily evidence that my AHI was coming down, it helped pull me through the days I was feeling there was no improvement, & sometimes even feeling worse than before I started using the cpap.
Always glad to help. My problem with MyAir (the online version) is its lack of specifics. For example, I had 3.3 events last night. That must be an average of something, because how could I have a .3 event.
Actually, I found Sleepyhead software - http://www.sleepfiles.com/SH2/ - which works with macs before I found the resmed. Its not the most intuitive software around. But I was able to get my data in, and see all sorts of reports.
Here's a phone screen shot of last night's MyAir...
You brought up a 2 year old thread. Hopefully you are asking about the feedback via resmed myair application? If this is the case, what are the L/Min rates you consider "bad".
Weirdly, my leakage is fairly massive...I usually get a zero to less than 12 on myair...however, my apneas have dropped from +50 to less than 2 (ahi of 1.1)...so I'm happy and don't worry about it...especially since I have gone from not really sleeping to sleeping 8-10hrs nightly......... madjack
My Air 10 auto has no sd card. Any special size etc etc needed? Really don't want to screw with provider, they really suck/
I believe it does or at least the slot is there. The SD slot is on the upper right corner on the side of the filter. It is the large size SD card type on my machine. The card is under the door of the card slot is removed by pushing it in and the card will pop out. If your card is missing, you can get another and I don't believe it is a proprietary card so you should be able to find one at Walmart or similar. I am not sure how to tell SD card types apart unfortunately other than size.