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- Gel Cushion and Forehead Pad
- Best for Side or Back Sleepers
- Directional CO2 Port
DeVilbiss Serenity Nasal Gel CPAP Mask with Headgear Description
Both the cushion and forehead pads are filled with silicone gel that provides a soft, personal fit. The forehead rest can be easily adjusted thanks to the patented locking system, preventing mask leaks and optimizing comfort around the bridge of the nose.
The overhead hose guide is preferred by patients who like to sleep on their side or back. The no hassle, intelligent quick release clip incorporated into the headgear allows you to remove the mask quickly and with ease.
9352D: Standard Silicone
9352S: Shallow Silicone
9352G: Standard Gel
|Product Features||Comfortable headgear is included and labeled for ease of assembly. Patented adjustable forehead rest takes pressure off the bridge of the nose for maximum patient comfort and minimizes visits for CPAP mask refitting. Snap-together components for forehead rest allow for easy change and no breakage due to complex parts. Soft latex-free cushion and forehead pads. Patented adjustable exhaust port allows patients to direct escaping air away from their chest and their bed partner. Solid and reliable thermoplastic frame will hold up to repeated cleanings. Soft, replaceable silicone cushion provides a great seal with low pressure for comfort. Available in Standard and Shallow sizes with standard or gel materials.|
|Product Weight||.5 pounds|
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