Navigating the Provider Mode Screens
The User Interface (UI) on this device allows you to adjust the device settings and view information about your therapy. The
UI is comprised of the display screen and the control dial. Rotate the control dial in either direction to scroll through the
menu options on the display screen.
Note: The display is not a touch screen. You must use the control dial to navigate the device menu.
To adjust a setting:
1. Rotate the control dial to your desired menu option.
2. Press the control dial to select that setting.
3. Rotate the control dial to change the setting.
4. Press the control dial again to save the change.
Note: The rotate dial icon
screen indicates to press the dial to perform an action.
Note: Pressing the dial when the down arrow
options. Pressing the dial when the up arrow
Note: The screens shown throughout this guide are examples for reference only. Actual screens may vary based upon
device model and provider settings.
Provider Mode Screen Descriptions
The following sections will describe the options available from the Provider screens:
Therapy Settings, Comfort Settings, Device Settings, Info, Return to Patient Mode
Choosing this screen will take you to a sub-menu where you can adjust the device therapy modes and pressure
settings. These settings are described here.
Note: Not all settings shown here will display on the device. The display will vary based on therapy device model and device settings.
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on any screen indicates to rotate the dial to perform an action. The click dial icon
appears on any screen will take you to a sub-menu with more menu
appears on any sub-menu will return you back to the main menu.
Sample Therapy Sub-Menu
This screen displays the therapy mode setting. Depending on the therapy device
model, you can select CPAP mode, CPAP-Check (C-Check) mode, Auto-CPAP
(Auto) mode, Bi-Level mode, or Auto Bi-Level (AutoB) mode.
Note: CPAP-Check mode (C-Check) delivers CPAP therapy while automatically
adjusting the pressure level to meet patient needs over the long term. Every 30
hours of therapy use, the therapy device evaluates patient obstructive respiratory
disturbance index (ORDI) and increments pressure
of adjustment that can be made over time is limited to
Check pressure setting, in 1 cm H
This feature starts an Auto-CPAP therapy session at a starting pressure that is closer
to the previous session's 90% pressure, in order to reduce the likelihood of any
residual events at the beginning of a therapy session. You can enable or disable this
1 cm H
3 cm H
O if needed. The range
O of the CPAP-