Precision Sleep Solutions / Continuous Wireless Compliance

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Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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I got an email today concerning my CPAP

“Dear Driver,

You have successfully achieved compliance and are ready to be transitioned into the Continuous Wireless Compliance Program. What this means for you:

· You will need to keep your CPAP plugged in at all times, or at the very least keep your unit plugged in at least 2 hours after you have completed your treatment so that your daily data transmits in a timely manner.”

Has anyone else seen this or are you on this program?

I don’t see any way to keep it plugged in all the time without it bouncing around the cab and getting destroyed. With the roads in NY, MA, and PA, everything not tied down goes flying.

There is also never a time when I wake up and sit for 2 hours. My normal schedule is drive as long as I can, shut down, set my clock for 9 1/2 hours later, eat and go to sleep. Wake up spend 45 minutes getting dressed, making coffee/ breakfast, pretrip and then driving the second that I am legally able. Rinse and repeat.

CPAP:

Constant Positive Airway Pressure

CPAP is a breathing assist device which is worn over the mouth or nose. It provides nighttime relief for individuals who suffer from Sleep Apnea.

Bruce K.'s Comment
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Grump, that's an interesting development. How long have you been using your machine and how long have you been in compliance?

I was able to actually get some sleep last night, for the first time, wearing the mask, 3 hrs. and 40 minutes. There is hope!

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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Grump, that's an interesting development. How long have you been using your machine and how long have you been in compliance?

I was able to actually get some sleep last night, for the first time, wearing the mask, 3 hrs. and 40 minutes. There is hope!

30 days. Just reached compliance

Bruce K.'s Comment
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Grump, have you had issues getting used to your machine? Does it normally take 30 days to get into compliance?+

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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Grump, have you had issues getting used to your machine? Does it normally take 30 days to get into compliance?+

No. You have to show 30 days of use to be compliant

Errol V.'s Comment
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I've set up my CPAP in the evening when it's bedtime, and packed it away not long after I get up. I've done this for months. And it's a wireless one similar to yours.

I don't have Precision Sleep Solutions monitoring me (mine goes to the VA) but the data gets sent, probably during the night. My guess is you may not have to worry, as long as you use it regularly.

CPAP:

Constant Positive Airway Pressure

CPAP is a breathing assist device which is worn over the mouth or nose. It provides nighttime relief for individuals who suffer from Sleep Apnea.

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