AirFit F30i
AirFit F30i

AirFit F30i

Full face mask

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AirFit F30i

Full face mask

  • Preferred by both patients and sleep professionals* to DreamWear full face1,2
  • Proven to seal significantly better than DreamWear full face1
  • Expands our full face portfolio to include a top-of-head tube design

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Outperforms DreamWear full face

In a direct comparison study, 3 out of 4 CPAP users preferred AirFit F30i to DreamWear full face for its overall performance.1 They also preferred it nearly 2 to 1 for seal and 3 to 1 for comfort.1, ‡

Outperforms DreamWear full face

In a direct comparison study, 3 out of 4 CPAP users preferred AirFit F30i to DreamWear full face for its overall performance.1 They also preferred it nearly 2 to 1 for seal and 3 to 1 for comfort.1, ‡

Intuitive design

The secret behind this mask’s comfortable, high-performing seal is its UltraCompact cushion design, which is curved to fit comfortably and securely around the nose. No matter the sleep position, AirFit F30i is designed to stay in place with minimal facial contact – no additional forehead support needed. It also features a quick-release elbow, which makes it easy to disconnect mask from tubing without the mask parts getting stuck or lost.

Intuitive design

The secret behind this mask’s comfortable, high-performing seal is its UltraCompact cushion design, which is curved to fit comfortably and securely around the nose. No matter the sleep position, AirFit F30i is designed to stay in place with minimal facial contact – no additional forehead support needed. It also features a quick-release elbow, which makes it easy to disconnect mask from tubing without the mask parts getting stuck or lost.

See AirFit F30i up close

Get a close-up look at what makes this tube-up full face so unique. 

The most complete full face portfolio

You now have a complete ResMed full face portfolio – a top-of-head tube connection and front-end tube connection, memory foam and silicone – each catered to individual patient preferences.

Support

Sizing the mask cushion

  1. Familiarize yourself with the cushion-sizing template provided and the cushion sizes available.
  2. Hold the sizing template under the patient’s nose, and use it to determine the most suitable cushion size. Ideally, the outer edge of the patient’s nose should sit on the grey band in the center of the colored margins.
  3. Select the matching cushion and try it on your patient for comfort and fit.

Sizing the mask frame

  1. Use the frame-sizing template provided as a guide to help you choose the correct frame.
  2. If the mask frame falls back over the patient’s head or sits too close to their ears, it is too large. Try a smaller frame.
  3. If the mask frame falls forward over the patient’s head or sits too close to their eyes, it is too small. Try a larger frame.
  4. A well-sized frame will sit centered on the patient’s head, and is neither too close to the eyes or ears.

Mask fitting

  1. Connect the air tubing from the CPAP machine to the mask elbow.
  2. Take the elbow out of the frame by squeezing the quick-release buttons and pulling up.
  3. Ensure the magnetic clips are not connected to the frame. Twist and pull them away from the frame if they are.
  4. Place the cushion under the patient’s nose, and pull the headgear and frame over their head.
  5. Bring the lower headgear straps under the patient’s ears and attach the magnetic clips to the frame on both sides.
  6. Unfasten the upper headgear straps and pull them evenly until the mask is secure and comfortable.
  7. Reattach the elbow with the air tubing to the frame.

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Mask assembly

  1. Ensure all the mask components and parts are together.
  2. Insert each of the frame connectors into the cushion until they click into place.
  3. Connect the elbow to the top of the frame until it clicks into place.
  4. Hold the headgear so that the ResMed logo is upright and facing outwards.
  5. Insert each of the upper headgear straps into the frame and fold the fastening tabs over to secure.
  6. If the elbow ring detaches from the frame, slide it back into the opening with the widest part of the rim facing downwards.

Managing mask leak

  1. If air is escaping the mask cushion from any area other than the vent, try the following steps to locate and stop the leak.
  2. If any is escaping from different areas of the cushion, try pulling it away from your patient’s face and letting it reseal itself.
  3. If your patient feels air is escaping from the top half of the cushion, try adjusting the upper headgear straps until there is a secure seal.
  4. Ensure the frame is centered on the patient’s head and the air tubing is not pulling on their mask.

Daily mask cleaning

  1. Follow the mask disassembly instructions to disconnect the mask cushion.
  2. Soak the cushion in warm water and a mild liquid detergent.
  3. Hand wash the cushion inside and out with a soft bristle brush. Pay particular attention to cleaning the vent holes.
  4. Rinse the cushion under running tap water.
  5. Leave the cushion to air dry away from direct sunlight.

Weekly mask cleaning

  1. Follow the mask disassembly instructions to disconnect the mask headgear, frame and elbow.
  2. Soak each of the components in warm water and a mild liquid detergent.
  3. Hand wash each of the components. A soft bristle brush can be used to scrub the frame and elbow. Pay particular attention to cleaning the vent holes.
  4. Rinse each of the components under running tap water.
  5. Leave each of the cleaned components to air dry away from direct sunlight.

Mask disassembly

  1. Ensure the mask is not connected to any CPAP machine.
  2. Unfasten the upper headgear straps and pull them out from the frame.
  3. Squeeze the quick-release buttons on the elbow, and pull up to detach it from the frame.
  4. Lift and unclip each of the frame connectors to detach the frame from the cushion.

Mask inspection

  1. Regular inspection of the mask is essential to ensure it is working correctly. If any damage is found, the mask component should be replaced.
  2. Examine the mask system and become familiar with its components.
  3. Follow the user guide instructions to disassemble the mask.
  4. Examine the headgear, frame, cushion and elbow separately for signs of wear, tear and damage.

Getting started with therapy
Here are some links to help your patients get on the right track with sleep therapy.

Therapy basics

The how, what, where and why

The benefits of therapy

Learn what therapy can do

Think positive

Some helpful tips

Our ecosystem
Individual answers. Collective solutions.

At ResMed, innovation isn’t just an individual idea, it’s an integrated practice. Our innovative products are designed to work together to provide a more powerful solution for you and your patients.

References

* As of 10/28/2019. Based on available user data. The total weight of AirFit N30, which includes the headgear and excludes the packaging, is 45g

Statistically significant differences (p <0.05) in median scores were found between the two masks

The myAir for Air10 by ResMed app is available in English only in the US, Canada, New Zealand and Australia, and in Korean in Korea


1 ResMed guided external clinical study of 17 evaluable CPAP mask users from Feb. 12–25, 2019 in Sydney, AU who trialed ResMed AirFit N30 at home for 7 nights in place of their prescribed mask, ResMed AirFit P10.

2 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

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