Mask and Tubing
The bottom right number is the humidity level.
This comfort feature controls the level of humidity in the air that comes out of your CPAP tubing and into your mask.
It is designed to prevent dryness of the nose and mouth.
If you are experiencing a dry nose or throat increase the level of humidity.
If you are experiencing condensation in your mask decrease the level of humidity.
The top right number is the heated tubing level.
This comfort feature controls the temperature that comes out of the air through your CPAP tubing and into your mask.
If the air is too hot then turn down the amount of heat
If the air is too cold then turn up the amount of heat
Chronic sinusitis and acute sinusitis have similar signs and symptoms, but acute sinusitis is a temporary infection of the sinuses often associated with a common cold, allergy or generalised nasal irritation. Acute sinusitis, also called acute rhinosinusitis, is a short-term inflammation of the membranes that line your nose and surrounding sinuses. This impedes your ability to drain mucus from your nose and sinuses. Acute sinusitis is most commonly due to a cold causing viral infection. However, it can be due to non-infectious causes as well.
Some cases of acute rhinosinusitis can be treated at home:
Some cases of rhinosinusitis may be more severe and infectious. Please consult your doctor if you have experienced symptoms for more than 12 weeks. Your doctor may prescribe antibiotic therapy or other medications, if clinically indicated.