Respironics EasyLife Nasal Mask with Headgear
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Respironics EasyLife Nasal Mask with Headgear Description
|Product Features||Auto Seal Technology: The EasyLife mask comes with a new cushion system that is a self-sealing design, using an outer cushion for support and inner cushion to achieve the seal. A single cushion clip holds the Auto Seal system to the frame and forehead, allowing the entire cushion to automatically adjust and seal. Replaceable Outer Cushion Supports: The outer cushion rests gently against the user's face and provides stability and support to the mask. The design does not provide a seal and is expected to have visible gaps around certain areas. Replaceable Inner Cushion: This provides the actual seal. The inner cushion floats inside the mask frame and against the outer cushion. Once fitted, the Auto Seal system flexes over the user's facial features and helps prevent over-tightening of the headgear. Micro Ports: Respironics has decreased the overall size of each port, allowing several micro ports to fit on the elbow. The elbow angles the ports away from your bed partner and the micro size diffuses airflow quietly, reducing overall sound. Latex-Free: Just like all Respironics masks and headgear. Headgear: The EasyLife comes packaged with the Headgear for EasyLife CPAP Masks|
|Product Weight||.5 lbs|
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