You rock! Thanks again!
I'm glad I have the Res Med device.However, this new device did not come with an SD card. My old ResMed Airsense 10 did have a card, but if I put it into the new machine, which I purchased early in 2019, I will lose all the data from it, but the
data should still be in the My Air records. The old cpap did not report such high leaks as the new one does. Do you think there is any reason not to format the old card and put it into my new Airsense10?
Hello Sierra, and thank you!
My sleep doctor, a pulmonologist, could not explain how the airsense 10 determined the central event, and insisted the only correct method of determination was with a sleep study, via a belt around my midriff. It makes a lot of sense that the machine is designed to make this determination via the method you described! Thanks again for your help, and for all your previous comments, which I shall read.
Hi I'm new here, and wonder what the OSCAR program is, and how to get it?
Hi I'm new to this forum and my detailed data says I have central apneas. Does anyone know how the cpap determines or distinguishes a central apnea from an obstructive apnea? My doctor says the machine cannot determine the difference! I have looked for a technical manual for the airsense 10, but cannot find one. Does anyone know how to find the technical manual?