Pugsy wrote:Other than the PB numbers the differences are minimal.
Unsure what you are asking here. A different APAP range? Or stick with cpap at 14?
Did you notice feeling or sleeping better with cpap vs APAP?
PB is periodic breathing and Cheyenne Stokes Respiration is just a special periodic breathing. There are other breathing rhythms that will get flagged as PB but they don't meet the criteria for CSR. Have you looked at your PBs to see if they are mostly a general small waxing and waning of the flow or do they look like CSR. I have see PB when I used the PR S1 but only one out of 5 flagged events even remotely resembled CSR.
Were you concerned with the difference in PB?
Haztek wrote:The DMR rep gave me my equipment, showed me how to use it, warned me NOT to try to LOOK at my data and have not heard from the rep since that day on 12/13/2011
Haztek wrote:Well, I changed my APAP to A-Flex 1 from C-Flex 1 for the past 3 nights. (No other changes) I had only 1 PB/CSR on one night, zero the other two nights. The one I had, I was lying there awake ready to get up for the morning!
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