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AirTouch F20

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  • The softest mask we’ve ever designed, featuring an UltraSoft™ memory foam cushion
  • Light, breathable cushion is designed to seal across a wide range of therapy pressures
  • Modular frame design allows convenient interchangeability with AirFit™ 20 InfinitySeal™ cushion

Our softest mask ever

This is a mask unlike anything we’ve ever designed. The AirTouch F20 is the first ResMed mask to use proprietary UltraSoft memory foam cushion technology for the perfect blend of comfort and performance. The AirTouch F20 delivers unprecedented comfort and a light, breathable seal – even at high pressures. And with its modular frame design, you can conveniently switch between AirTouch 20 memory foam and AirFit 20 InfinitySeal cushions, without removing the mask frame, until you find the best option for each patient. 

QuietAir vent technology

 

QuietAir™ is our innovative diffuser vent technology within the mask elbow that makes the AirTouch F20 89% quieterand 70% gentler than before.Featuring small multidirectional openings over a widespread area, QuietAir breaks up exhaled air so that it’s spread out lightly.

 

 

 

 

Fast and easy maintenance

With the AirTouch F20, maintenance is fast and beyond simple. No soap, no water – a quick wipe down with non-alcoholic wipes keeps the memory foam clean. That’s it. And with regular cushion replacement, patients experience a fresh feeling every time, like a clean set of sheets or a brand new shaving razor.

 

Our AirTouch 20 for Her range

We’re committed to providing the most personalized mask experience possible. That’s why we proudly offer for Her versions of our AirTouch F20 mask, featuring stylish lavender accents
and a smaller size range.

 

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AirTouch Clinician Video

  1. Watch this video to learn about the innovative technologies behind the AirTouch F20 as well as the best way to correctly fit patients.

Sizing the AirTouch F20

  1. To make crosswalking your existing patients easier, we recommend using our sizing guide – included in each AirTouch F20 box.
  2. The arrow of your sizing guide should align with the top of your patient’s nasal bridge. The segment of the guide corresponding with the cleft area below your patient’s lower lip will indicate their best fit. If a patient falls between sizes, we recommend selecting a larger option for greater comfort.
  3. The AirTouch F20 has three cushion sizes – small, medium and large. The modular design of the AirTouch F20 means each size cushion easily clicks into the same F20 mask frame. The AirTouch F20 frame is also modular with our new AirFit™ F20 series – allowing for easy swapping between foam and silicone cushions.

    Your patients can also download a copy of our sizing guide from the ResMed website.

Fitting the AirTouch F20

  1. Unclip the magnetic clips.
  2. With the mask held against the face, pull the headgear over the head. Ensure the top of the mask cushion is sitting comfortably at the top of the nasal bridge. The bottom of the headgear should settle comfortably at the top of the neck – with the top of the headgear sitting on the crown.
  3. Bring each of the magnets up to meet their corresponding clips on the frame.
  4. Adjust the tabs on the upper headgear.
  5. Adjust the tabs on the lower headgear.
  6. With the device still switched off, connect the device tubing to the mask elbow.
  7. Connect the elbow to the mask.

    To prepare the mask for therapy:
  8. Switch on the device and position the patient as if they were to begin therapy (e.g. lying down in bed).
  9. Adjust the upper straps.
  10. Adjust the lower straps.
  11. Practice reseating the cushion – turn off the device, pull the mask away from the face, allow the cushion to reassume its natural shape and then resettle the cushion on the face, with the top of the cushion sitting at the top of the nasal bridge.

    For additional information on mask maintenance and care, refer to our user guide.

Fitting the AirTouch F20

  1. Unclip the magnetic clips.
  2. With the mask held against the face, pull the headgear over the head. Ensure the top of the mask cushion is sitting comfortably at the top of the nasal bridge. The bottom of the headgear should settle comfortably at the top of the neck – with the top of the headgear sitting on the crown.
  3. Bring each of the magnets up to meet their corresponding clips on the frame.
  4. Adjust the tabs on the upper headgear.
  5. Adjust the tabs on the lower headgear.
  6. With the device still switched off, connect the device tubing to the mask elbow.
  7. Connect the elbow to the mask.

    To prepare the mask for therapy:
  8. Switch on the device and position the patient as if they were to begin therapy (e.g. lying down in bed).
  9. Adjust the upper straps.
  10. Adjust the lower straps.
  11. Practice reseating the cushion – turn off the device, pull the mask away from the face, allow the cushion to reassume its natural shape and then resettle the cushion on the face, with the top of the cushion sitting at the top of the nasal bridge.

Managing leak with the AirTouch F20

  1. Leak often occurs when the mask’s seal is compromised by movement or improper sizing.
  2. To find a source of leak, run your finger along the edge of the mask’s seal. Once located, adjust the headgear.
  3. Resolve any leak in the upper part of the mask by adjusting the upper straps.
  4. Resolve lower mask leak with the lower straps.
  5. If leak persists, reseal by turning off your device, pulling the mask away from the face, allowing the cushion to reassume its natural shape, and then resettling the cushion on the face, with the top of the cushion sitting at the top of the nasal bridge.
  6. If leak continues, you may need a different size mask. Try our sizing guide to find the right fit for your patient.

Cleaning your AirTouch F20 (Daily)

  1. Disassemble mask.
  2. If necessary, wipe down the cushion with dry or non-alcoholic wipes only. Do not get the cushion wet.
  3. Rinse frame and elbow under running water. Clean each component with a soft bristle brush.
  4. Soak components in warm water with mild liquid detergent for up to 10 minutes.
  5. Shake components in water.
  6. Brush moving parts of elbow and around vent holes.
  7. Brush areas of frame where arms connect, and inside and outside the frame where the elbow connects.
  8. Rinse components under running water.
  9. Leave components to air dry out of direct sunlight – making sure to squeeze the arms of the frame to ensure excess water is removed.

Cleaning the AirTouch F20 (Weekly)

  1. Disassemble mask. The magnetic clips can remain attached to headgear during cleaning.
  2. Handwash headgear in warm water with mild liquid detergent.
  3. Rinse headgear under running water. Inspect to ensure headgear is clean and detergent-free. Wash and rinse again, if necessary.
  4. Squeeze headgear to remove excess water.
  5. Leave headgear to air dry out of direct sunlight.

    These instructions are for general information purpose only. For full details, consult the user guide.

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Why ResMed?

The #1 mask brand preferred by patients.3
The world’s leading provider of connected care, supporting more than 4 million patients worldwide.4
More than 25 years of expertise in sleep and respiratory medicine.

References

  1. ResMed internal verification testing conducted from July-August of 2017.
  2. Measured as the reduction in peak velocity when compared to the standard F20 elbow.‬ 
  3. Combined responses of those expressing a preference in an independent patient survey in the UK, USA, France, Germany and Australia from March 2017. Visit ResMed.com/MaskBrand.
  4.  Berg Insight. mHealth and Home Monitoring-8th Ed. 2017.

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