Thank you again Sierra. I searched the S9 and I don't see anything similar. Thanks for sharing what the squiggly meant.
If it is a bad flow rate sensor is there any way for me to confirm that, do these things run diagnostics that might point to a bad sensor?
Here's a screenshot showing the mask pressure dipping to 3.41 for some reason when everything else is steady.
Sierra thank you for your reply! Here are two more screenshots where I zoomed in on the areas you highlighted, does this tell you anything more?
Zoomed in further
Thank you for your reply. Although I have been using a CPAP I am new here and to OSCAR, I should have known you would need the settings. Last night after creating these posts out of desperation I went back to the S9 and had my first good night sleep in several days. I am posting the settings from the Air 11 below plus the S9 along with the data from last nights sleep. Thanks again!!
S9 settings and one night sleep data:
My Resmed S9 was warning that the motor was beyond life expectancy so I purchased a new 11 and it's been awful. It's hard to describe but for the past 4 nights I have been waking up feeling as if I can't get enough air. Eventually, after a couple of minutes, I take the mask off as I feel like I am hyperventilating. Then I try to go back to bed but the feeling of not getting enough air continues. Eventually, after about an hour of staying up without the CPAP on I try again and everything appears to be working fine and I go back to bed. Desperate to figure out what the heck is going on I installed an SD card and downloaded OSCAR. I don't know how to read these charts and I was hoping you guys could help me out. I noticed that my Tidal Volume was < 500 until about 5 minutes before the event when it ranged 800-1100. It stayed around 800 on my 2nd and 3rd attempt to put the CPAP back on and go back to bed. Not sure if that's a clue or not. Thank you in advance for any help you can provide...what if anything do you see or what suggestion do you have for me?
Graph of my entire 2 hour sleep:
Here I am zooming in to about 5 minutes before I woke up and then showing my two attempts to go back to bed