The date and magnitude number Onsagian's mentioned in the comments have a chance of being useful for determining the number of months or years the CPAP was running. The problem is the magnitude numbers are stupid. A magnitude number of 4 is supposed to represent mild snoring. A magnitude number of 8 is supposed to represent moderate snoring. How it works, I never really know. Some machines I have can measure better than that. Somemachines, I have, run all the way up to 12 for a fair amount of time. They will often keep on going after a snore event. Some increase in Magnitude number is supposed to indicate the duration the snoring went on. The magnitude number is not always directly related to the length of time the snoring went on.
I use Systems One BiPAP Pro machines only. They are NOT compatible with VersaSTim. They are NOT compatible with Care Planner, even though they can be set to run periodically. They DO NOT record patient names.
All machines I have have scripting issues. If the Rescan button is pressed, the machine will reboot and run script 2 (which re-scans). If the Rescan button is held during the reboot, none of the prior scanning will take place. d2c66b5586