The AirFit F10.
If you are looking for a dependable and comfortable full face mask with excellent data-collection resources to ensure a solid sleep apnea treatment, ResMed’s AirFit F10 Full Face Mask is a top choice. Significant aspects of the F10 to note are: the [highlight dark=”no”]lightweight[/highlight] build of the mask, [highlight dark=”no”]easy-to-use[/highlight] and straightforward way its put together, and how [highlight dark=”no”]quiet[/highlight] it is. The mask is made for daily use and with proper care, these masks won’t experience too much untimely wear and tear. Read more about the features of the F10 down below.
Are you worried that your mask would leave unsightly marks on your forehead or cheeks?
With a weight of less than five ounces, the F10 hardly weighs you down and is 15% lighter than the market-leading compact CPAP and the design helps prevent any discomfort. This updated mask design utilizes a dual-wall Spring AirTM cushion with SoftEdgeTM headgear for simultaneous comfort on the face and around the head with increased seal cushion and slimmer straps. With proper elasticity and face seal, the F10’s contemporary design will benefit you with greater comfort.
Is taking apart things a hassle for you?
The F10 is composed of just three parts, so it’s easy to clean and put back together again. The compact three-click cushion-to-frame retention system offered on this mask also makes life so much easier by letting someone know when they’ve attached the parts together properly. There are side buttons on a quick-release elbow that guarantees easy detachment from the tubing too, in case a patient needs to take care of something and doesn’t need the hassle of taking the whole mask off.
Do you think the PAP therapy will be too loud and disruptive?
This mask allows for quiet treatment, so you can get a restful night of sleep. The F10 has venting that is circular diffused, in order to have more direct exhalation and move the air away from the patient to keep a serene sleeping situation.
Everyone can regain their quality sleep with the F10, as this mask comes in sizes of small, medium, and large and “For Her” mask sizes of: extra small, small, and medium.
Don’t hesitate to contact Breathe Medical at [highlight dark=”no”](866) 535-2727[/highlight] or [highlight dark=”no”]firstname.lastname@example.org[/highlight] if you think this mask might be for you or if you have any questions at all! We are here to help you.
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Sleep well and rest up for the new year!
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As important as dental hygiene is, how well do you take care of your CPAP equipment? For patients undergoing sleep apnea treatment, the CPAP is the most vital tool in their arsenal. One of the best things you could do for your treatment to be effective both in the long-term and short-term is replace your CPAP supplies with the recommended replacement schedule. This CPAP device is in charge of helping put air into your body – why not take care of it to prevent it from malfunctioning?
Keep in mind that different CPAP parts wear out at different times, but the recommended replacement guidelines are as follows:
15 Days: replace your nasal cushions/pillows*
(* contingent on insurance)
1 Month: get a new mask cushion (or 2) and a new filter
3 Months: get a new mask, new tubing for your CPAP machine, and a new filter
6 Months: get a new mask, new tubing for your CPAP machine, new filter, new water chamber for your machine, and new headgear
Be sure to check with your insurance provider to see if you qualify for this recommend replacement schedule for your CPAP supplies. Different insurance providers may have different standards.
BEWARE: if you see any signs of holes, tears, leakages, or discoloration on or around your mask or other machine components, replace that item as soon as possible. Properly functioning parts will provide optimal treatment, so it’s in your best interest to keep your CPAP working as smoothly as possible.
Got headgear? Replace your headgear sooner than every six months if you experience over-stretching or when the elastic is obviously worn out. Do not keep tightening overstretched elastic – that will just provoke improperly-fitting masks and potential face strain.
Besides timely replacement for your CPAP gear, be sure to always maintain the cleanliness of your devices too. The life of a mask can depend on such factors as the amount of oils secreted by the skin, the frequency of mask cleaning, and how often you use the mask. It is best to follow guidelines in each new mask user kit and follow a constant cleaning routine as suggested by mask manufacturers in order to have a mask that functions and helps you breathe properly. Always be consistent in your mask cleaning and use the recommended gentle cleaning agents to prevent accelerated deteriorating of your mask.
For your prolonged health and quality sleep, be sure to consistently replace your CPAP supplies with the recommended schedule and your sleep apnea treatment will be effective!
Don’t hesitate to contact Breathe Medical at [highlight dark=”no”](866) 535-2727[/highlight] or [highlight dark=”no”]email@example.com[/highlight] if you have any trouble with replacement or have any additional questions! We are here to help you. [/vc_column_text][boc_spacing][/vc_column][/vc_row]