This question, even the sleep lab lady at Kaiser could not answer for me.
On my REMstar Auto A-Flex machine, under the info screen there is an option called "Compliance VIC". When you go into that screen there is a display there for starting date, days >4 and check code.
Start day: 7/7/2011
Days >4: 21
Check code: 9C
Did a little research and all I could find is that VIC stands for Visual Inspection Check and that the check code is something set by the sleep lab. However, as I mentioned the kind lady at the sleep lab seemed to have know idea what the check code stood for. She thought it was maybe something set at the DME warehouse before they sent it to me.
Anyone know what this stands for? Also the Days>4 count on this does not seem to be related to the >4 count on the Days >4 screen which is separate from the Compliance VIC screen. The value "21" has not changed in almost one year now. The count of Also 7/7/11 is not the day I started using the machine, but rather the date of an appointment I had at the sleep lab a few weeks after I got it. I started using it on 6/12/11 - so if you count from 6/12/11 to 7/7/11 that about 25 days... so I don't see where this 21 comes in.
I hope this is not too confusing...