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Dolphin500 +0 points · 22 days ago Original Poster

Hi to all,

I have been back to hospital today i was getting 22 sleep apnea s every hour now 2 an hour that is a lot better than it was I have the Res med 10 air sense so tonight try it with humidifier for the first time. I have tried to register with the Res med online but it won't let me is their no uk Res med I can register with a bit dubious about non uk forums. What can I do about the above?

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Sierra +0 points · 22 days ago Sleep Enthusiast

Dophin, I recall reading somewhere that the ResMed MyAir application is only available in North America. No idea if that is true or not. I am in Canada, but do not use MyAir anyway. My preference is to use the SleepyHead free software available for download. It gives you a lot better view of your machine data than MyAir does. To use it you need a PC or Mac with a SD card reader. Your machine has to be the Elite model or AutoSet to record detailed data, and of course the machine needs to have the SD card installed on it.

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Dolphin500 +0 points · 22 days ago Original Poster

Hi Sierra,

Thank you I will find out if I have an sd card reader in my pc so I can download my info.

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Sierra +0 points · 22 days ago Sleep Enthusiast

If you don't have a card reader but do have a USB port, there are inexpensive portable card readers you can buy for about $10. But before you buy a reader, make sure your machine records detailed data. The very basic AirSense 10 CPAP does not. The Elite does, and so do the AutoSet models. It also needs the 4 GB SD card installed. Some vendors pull a bit of a dirty trick and pull the card out. It is behind the pull out cover on the left side of the machine.

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