Thank you for reply. I don’t think with apnea number is menacing , certainly not compared to pretreatment levels
Interesting , would fit the timeline as more events toward am waking. OSA is listed as 1.3 and central 2.0.
On the sleep study only 1 central apnea versus 59 obstructive.
I’ll look into the software, thank you!
I was never told central apnea not controlled by cpap.
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So I had an interruption last night. Up after 3 hours, used bathroom , fell back asleep without cpap engaged.
Work after an hour or so and put the mask and machine back on.
In the am the first data set for 3 hours period showed 1.5 AHI.
The , when the data caught up to second period , showed total AHI of 6.3.
To me me that implies significant AHI events in the second 1/2 of the usage.
My Dr seemed unable to comprehend my concern. In general my average nightly AHI is below 5, but if I’m spiking all over isn’t that bad?
I just thought this happenstance experiment was useful information. I was dismissed my Dr. because average is good.
Anyone else have a similar experience?
By the way, said hourly data not available. That seems suspect to me.