Get the SpO2 UP and do it right now. Don't fart around with this while waiting for MDs.
There are plenty of solutions to the problem out there but the first thing to do is get yourself oxygenated. Then you can work on other things in order of priority. And there will be a solution for you, rest assured.
It took them two years to discover my aFib and start treating it (I have a long road yet); it has been suggested that if I had not taken it upon myself to be proactive and get oxygen infused into my airline, I might not be here fighting this battle. One of the issues with aFib, congestive heart failure, lack of oxygenation of the vital organs, is quite simply the forming of blood clots and/or plaque that high BP at night will break off and depending on where they come to rest may kill you..... at the very least they will result in situations that you simply do not want to be in.
I am off to bed, nosebag on, O2 infused, and will sleep like a log and not have to wake up in the AM until I want to. I love Saturday and Sunday mornings.. they are glorious. Unless the dog has to go out and pee. Then I have to wake up and poke the wife.
|Machine: S9 AutoSet™ CPAP Machine|
|Mask: Mirage Quattro™ Full Face CPAP Mask with Headgear|
|Humidifier: S9™ Series H5i™ Heated Humidifier with Climate Control|
|Additional Comments: Respironics Everflo Q infusing O2 into APAP line to maintain 95% SaO2; MaxTec Maxflo2 Oxygen Analyzer; Contec CMS50E Recording Pulse Oxymeter|