Thanks! I will download the software and take a look.
Thanks for your responses. When my split study was done, I had one CSA event without the CPAP and two with the CPAP. The doctor did not think that was significant to show CSA. My sleep report shows AHI of 2.4. Total AI of 1.7 and central AI of 0.9 with a pressure of 14.5. I have not discussed my sleep deprivation with the doctor yet. I was waiting to check the nasal mask first. I do believe that the discomfort is coming from both the mask and the pressure. When I start my sleep with pressure set to 6, I feel pretty comfortable but I seem to waking up frequently when pressure is higher and I remove the mask at times.
Interestingly I gargled with warm saline water last night and I slept much better. My events per hour over an usage of 6.5 hrs. dropped to 0.5. I did use a wearable SPO2 monitor before I did the sleep study. The result was consistent with the sleep study. The report from the SPO2 monitor showed couple of lows up to 82% how ever my average SPO2 was at 94%. I am waiting for my nasal mask to arrive to see how that goes. Meanwhile I will continue using the full face mask. Is there a way for me to look at a more detailed report using sleepyhead from data that is on the Resmed APAP or do I need to use a wearable SPO2 monitor?
I had a sleep study done and the report shows OSA that was not well controlled using a CPAP. I reached a low of up to 82% SPO2 with close to 61 AHI. The AHI increased (129) at certain pressure levels on the CPAP. I was prescribed an APAP with the pressure setting between 10 - 20. I have been using the APAP (Resmed airsense 10) for the last 8 days.
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