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- Lightweight Design
- Follows Facial Contours
- Spring-Flex Tubing
ResMed Swift™ FX Nasal Pillow System Description
ResMed knows that comfort makes all the difference in your CPAP therapy. That's why the ResMed Swift FX CPAP Nasal Pillow System was designed to be flexible, lightweight, and super soft. The masks comes with small, medium, and large dual-wall nasal pillows ensuring a gentle, comfortable, wide fit range, soft wraps for enhanced cheek comfort, and a lightweight flexible short tube allowing for a range of sleeping positions. The uniquely designed silicone headgear gives you a more lightweight and flexible option over traditional headgears.
This mask is the latest design in ResMed's long line of CPAP nasal interface systems. ResMed designed the Swift FX to ensure the maximum comfort with a minimum amount of leaks. This mask is excellent for both CPAP and BiPAP therapy, and is the first CPAP nasal pillow system designed for pressures up to 20 cmH2O. Easily replaceable parts makes the ResMed Swift FX an excellent choice for most CPAP patients.
The Swift FX for Her that was designed especially for women is available. It includes a smaller-sized headgear in pink, but uses the same mask frame and cushion as the standard Swift FX.
Follows Facial Contours and user movements with Comfort and Ease
Spring-Flex Lightweight Tubing
Intuitive, Virtually instant fitting
Stable Performance, even at High Pressures
Pillow Sizes Included: Small, Medium and Large
*Extra Small is sold separately
|Product Weight||1 lb|
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Which CPAP mask will work with my machine?
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...
Which type of CPAP mask should I choose?
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.