For additional therapy assistance.
ResMed 2016 international studies found that AirFit F20 successfully fit 96.5% of all patients tested.1,2,3,4 Tested to comfortably fit various face shapes and sizes, and proven to perform at high therapy pressures2, AirFit F20 is a mask that caters to your wide range of patients and their needs.
Tested to perform up at high therapy pressures, ResMed’s new generation of masks distinguishes itself as they are designed to provide a comfortable and effective seal even for your more challenging patients. The masks accommodate misfitting, as well as patient movement during sleep, therefore is designed to perform well under challenging circumstances to facilitate therapy.
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In addition, AirFit F20’s modularity allows you to simply swap between different cushion sizes to provide greater choice for your patients and easier setup and stock management.
Recent ResMed studies have shown that, when comparing against the current market-leading full face mask, 86% of all patients tested prefer the seal of AirFit F20.1
In terms of stability and ease of use, the majority of patients studied also prefer AirFit F20 over the current market leader1. AirFit F20 is designed so patients are able to fit and adjust the mask without assistance.
Through our extensive studies, we have designed a full-face mask to deliver superior therapy performance and a smoother, easier patient experience.
Designed to comfortably fit a broader range of patients, AirFit F20 features an entirely new cushion design. To make fitting your existing patients easier, we recommend using our sizing guide – included in each AirFit F20 box and specifically designed to help patients find the right fit.
You can also download a copy of our sizing guide here.
This is also a good opportunity for your patient to reseat their cushion for comfort. When fitting is concluded, the cushion membrane should be fitting comfortably over your patient’s nasal bridge.
If your patient experiences leaks, or for additional information on mask maintenance and care, you can also visit the Supporting your patients section for more videos.