[Novalug] more on sleep apnea devices
Justin Robert Swain
Sat Aug 27 18:28:33 EDT 2011
I talked with both my doctor and the vendor of my CPAP device . . . 1. the
software is Proprietary 2. Neither party wants the client to have software
to read and present the values stored. 3. The goal is to have only the
Doctor interpret the data.
While I understand the reasoning that does not mean I agree with it (as it
applies to me.)
On Sat, Aug 27, 2011 at 17:41, Fredrik Nyman <email@example.com>wrote:
> Ask. Receive. I'm easy.
> 2011/8/27 Beartooth <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > On Sat, 27 Aug 2011, Beartooth wrote:
> >>> And no, a pulse oximeter doesn't necessarily need an OS. You could
> >>> implement it as a simple data logger recording to flash or
> >>> transmitting the data wirelessly or just do some math on the measured
> >>> data and displaying the results on a LCD.
> >> I can believe that; but how about the CPAP and APAP
> >> machines I linked to??
> > http://www.cpaptalk.com/wiki/index.php/Category:CPAP_Machines says,
> > alia :
> > It helps enormously to have software so you can responsibly self-manage
> > therapy, with your doctor’s support, and monitor mask leaks and machine
> > performance and track results. Using a PAP machine without software is
> > driving a car without a windshield and without an instrument panel.
> > --
> > Beartooth Staffwright, PhD, Neo-Redneck Linux Convert
> > What do they know of country, who only country know?
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