Faces are complex, but fitting them can now be simple. Introducing our new InfinitySeal silicone cushion that adapts to the unique facial contours of each patient, the AirFit 20 series of masks is designed to fit all patients, regardless of face shape or size. ResMed 2016 international studies found that our full-face and nasal InfinitySeal silicone cushions fit 96.5% and 99.4% of all patients tested.1,2,3,4,5
From the #1 mask brand preferred by patients.3 3
With the InfinitySeal technology, the AirFit 20 series masks adapt to the unique facial contours of each patient, and are designed to provide a secure and comfortable fit. And thanks to auxiliary inner loops, patients can readjust their mask, even during therapy, while maintaining the cushion’s form and function to deliver an optimum seal.
From screening to therapy devices and masks, our solutions are designed to ensure your patients get a better night’s rest with their sleep therapy. Crafted to offer both confidence and flexibility, our products allow for more efficient care and a high-quality therapy experience that caters to patient needs.
ResMed internal study of 22 existing ResMed patients, conducted between 26/04/2016 – 27/05/2016 comparing the market leading mask with AirFit F20. Preliminary patient study – data on file; ID A3810791.
ResMed AirFit F20 internal fitting study of 27 ResMed and non-ResMed patients, conducted between 30/03/2016 – 04/04/2016. Preliminary patient study – data on file; ID A3751086.
ResMed AirFit F20 internal international fitting study of 34 ResMed and non-ResMed patients, conducted between 11/04/2016 – 15/04/2016. Preliminary patient study – data on file; ID A3774922.
ResMed AirFit F20 internal international fitting study of 90 ResMed and non-ResMed patients, conducted between 06/06/2016 – 22/06/2016. Preliminary patient study – data on file; ID A3830701.
ResMed AirFit N20 internal global fitting study of 159 existing ResMed patients, conducted 12/11/2015; ID A3768073.
Wimms et al. Impact of a New Nasal Pillows Mask on Patients’ Acceptance, Compliance, and Willingness to Remain on CPAP Therapy. Sleep Disorders. 2016. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2016/6713236.
Decision Architects 2015 : The study, conducted April-May 2015, surveyed sleep apnoea patients in the USA, UK, Germany, France and Australia. The study was sponsored by ResMed. Visit ResMed.com/maskbrand.