The ResMed AirFit N20 Mask with Headgear provides comfort and simplicity in a lightweight design. The InifinitySeal™ cushion helps ensure a proper fit throughout therapy.
The AirFit™ N20 Nasal Mask provides various points of adjustment and adaptability with the InifinitySeal™ cushion to help ensure a proper fit is obtained and kept throughout therapy. This is a nasal CPAP mask that provides therapy by covering both nostrils.
Open Line of Sight
Quick Release Elbow
The AirFit™ N20 cushion is an adaptive InfinitySeal™ cushion designed to fit and provide a reliable seal to various facial and nasal structures. The cushion has varying levels of thickness to provide a comfortable contact point on the nose, while also allowing a more reliable seal.
Soft Frame with Unobstructed Vision
The frame of the AirFit™ N20 Nasal CPAP Mask is flexible and soft to the touch. The frame has integrated padding to help avoid irritation, and rests below the eyes to keep line of sight open. The frame is flexible, allowing it to adapt to the user for initial fit and as positions change during the night.
The AirFit™ N20 headgear is composed of soft fabric that helps provide added comfort while helping avoid pressure and marks. The headgear has four points of adjustment, allowing for a fine tuned fit and also provides a quick way to address leaks or other fit issues that may occur during the night. The mask includes a standard size headgear.
Easy Removal with Magnetic Clips and Quick Release Elbow
If the mask needs to be removed quickly during the night, or taken off in the morning, it's easy to do so using the magnetic clips and quick release elbow. The magnetic clips attach to the headgear and lock onto the mask frame, allowing headgear adjustments to remain in place if the mask is taken off. The quick release elbow allows for disconnection of the mask from the CPAP hose for restroom breaks or other needs during the night.
Ensure the headgear and frame is kept at least 2" (50 mm) away from any active medical implant (eg, pacemaker or defibrillator) to avoid possible effects from localized magnetic fields. The magnetic field strength is less than 400 mT. Contraindications Use of masks with magnetic components is contraindicated in patients with the following pre-existing conditions: • a metallic hemostatic clip implanted in your head to repair an aneurysm • metallic splinters in one or both eyes following a penetrating eye injury.