Respironics OptiLife Nasal Pillow Mask with Headgear
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Respironics OptiLife Nasal Pillow Mask with Headgear Description
The OptiLife features advanced flexible tubing that allows for peak performance right where it counts: where the tubing meets the mask. Two cushion styles are available: the Cradle Cushion that sits under the nose and traditional Pillow Cushions that insert comfortably into the nostrils. Life is stressful enough; the OptiLife was created to relieve the worries and discomforts of your sleep therapy.
The OptiLife Nasal Pillow Mask was the first mask featured in the new My Life Series by Respironics. The My Life Series focuses on easy, lightweight products that readily adapt to each individual for a more personal fit. The OptiLife Mask can actually be put into place with just one hand.
Sizes included: Petite, Small, Medium, Large
|Product Features||Clear View: The area around the eyes and forehead has an open design. Glasses can easily be worn. 4 Cushion Sizes: The OptiLife comes with four cushion sizes. Sizes large to petite allow for a more comfortable fit on a wider variety of facial structures. Rotating Cushions: The OptiLife is simple to fasten, the cushion rotates for optimal fit and a leak-free seal. Chin Support: The chin support provides stability comfort, and a secure fit. Easy Headgear: The headgear straps do not leave creases on the face, made without buckles or clips they are easy to adjust and give a comfortable personal fit. Quiet Air Vent The exhalation vent was created for a quiet, more gentle release. Latex-Free Like all Respironics masks and headgear.|
|Product Weight||.5 pounds|
All CPAP masks and most CPAP tubing are made to a standard size. Because of this, you can choose any mask to use with your CPAP or BiLevel machine. You should choose your CPAP mask based on previous good experiences with a mask, a doctor's recommendation...
There are traditional nasal masks (by far, the most popular with CPAP users), alternative nasal masks, full face masks (for those patients who have problems with mouth breathing or leaking from the mouth), nasal interface systems (such as nasal pillows systems), and oral masks. For the best possible choice, stick with what has worked for you in the past.