The use of the CPAP mask is ideal for all types of people, they not only help to comply with the treatment but also provide comfort to the patient and the person with whom they share their room.
To ensure that the treatment works effectively, it is necessary to choose the type of mask. Each model has its advantages and disadvantages. The most important thing is to find the one that suits the needs not only of the treatment but also of each patient.
What kind of CPAP masks can you find?
Below you will find a list of the different masks and their respective benefits. ResMed Swift FX, nasal cushion CPAP mask.
ResMed Swift FX offers adjustable and flexible pads, in addition, to its version which helps it to adapt perfectly to the user’s face.
The high-quality materials help it to be fixed firmly preventing pain or damage to the skin. Another remarkable feature is that its ventilation is in the elbow, away from the user and the ear of your partner.
Its minimalist design and wide field of vision go perfectly with people who need to take it on a trip, usually watch TV before bed, actively sleep, and/or are side sleepers.
ResMed AirFit F20 Full Face Mask, full face mask. ResMed AirFit F20 Full Face Mask is the best alternative when it comes to full-face masks, as it gives an open field of vision thanks to its low-profile cushion.
Compared to others of its kind, the AirFit F20 minimizes the volume that covers the bridge of the nose and is less claustrophobic.
It is ideal for those who are light sleepers or breathe through their mouths but want maximum visibility.
ResMed AirFit P10 for Her, CPAP mask for women.
The AirFit P10 for Her has a silent system that allows a good rest. Its design is light, ideal for transporting or for those patients who use reading glasses, want to move while sleeping, or watch television without feeling heavy.