Full Face Mask DreamWear Philips
Product Highlights :
- Soft Silicone Frame
- Open Field For Vision
- In Frame Air Flow
The DreamWear Full Face CPAP Mask is Respironic’s new Under the Nose full-face CPAP Mask. This mask comes with a medium frame, which fits most facial profilesPhilips Respironic's new and exciting design is the soft silicone frame that directs airflow through two silicone tubes to join at the full face cushion. Because the frame is soft and flexible it adapts naturally to facial contours without pinching or pressure points and will accommodate almost any sleeping position, giving you more freedom of movement, and a wide-open field of view. A real plus among CPAP users.
One of the great features of this mask is the soft silicone frame that directs airflow through two silicone tubes to join at the full face cushion. Because the frame is soft and flexible it adapts naturally to facial contours without pinching or pressure points and will accommodate almost any sleeping position, giving you more freedom of movement, and a wide-open field of view. A real plus among CPAP users.
Most Full Face CPAP Mask rest on the bridge of your nose, the DreamWear Full Face Mask fits just under the nose, providing a secure seal without all the annoying red marks on the top of your nose, discomfort, or irritation in the nostrils.
- No more nose hose.
- Under-the-nose cushion
- Soft silicone frame designed for excellent fit and comfort2
- Innovative design prevents red marks and discomfort on the nose bridge4
DreamWear Full Face Mask Philips Specifications
Fitting Guide for DreamWear Full Face
Using the full face sizing gauge (included with the mask or download at the link above), hold horizontally under the nose and select the cushion size based on where the outer edge of your nostrils and tip of your nose contact the gauge.
Note: Four cushion sizes (small, medium, large, medium-wide) are available. Please refer to your instructions for use for further fitting information.
Philips always recommends consulting an asleep or respiratory therapist in fitting a mask to ensure proper sizing and fit.
The cushion opening will be directly under the nostrils. The cushion will hug the nose and mouth, and a leak will be minimal.
Note: At no time should the nose be inside of the cushion opening. If any part of the cushion overlaps the nose, the cushion is being worn incorrectly. A different size cushion may be needed.
Position the frame on the top of the head. Pull the headgear over the back of the head.
To adjust the mask, peel the headgear tabs away from the fabric. Adjust the length of the top straps. Press the tabs back against the fabric to reattach. Repeat this step with the bottom straps.
Note: Do not overtighten the headgear.
Position the mask until it fits comfortably. When finished, the elbow should rest at the top of the head.
Note: Please read the Instructions for Use for further fitting information