Compact nasal mask for CPAP sleep apnoea therapy, designed to fit everyone. Comfort and freedom through innovative technology. Easy to use, unobtrusive, suitable for all types of sleep therapy.
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ResMed AirFit™ N20 is a compact nasal mask that offers exceptional fit. Suitable for people who breathe through their nose. Comfort and freedom thanks to innovative technology and thoughtful design.
Exceptional fit: in an international study, AirFit N20 fits 99.4% of all patients1. Thanks to its innovative silicone cushion, AirFit N20 is designed to deliver a robust seal for all facial shapes, sizes and ethnic backgrounds.
Comfortable: our advanced InfinitySeal™ silicone cushion adjusts to your movements for greater comfort and security throughout the night. 88% of patients find AirFit N20 more comfortable and easier to use than the current market leading nasal mask
Easy to use: with a mask this simple (magnetic clips, quick release elbow), fitting it and keeping it clean are child’s play.
Visual freedom: the under the eye frame design provides stability, minimal facial contact and unrestricted vision so you can see more, do more and feel great.
Extra movement: a short flexible tube interconnects the elbow to the machine tube, allowing you to move more easily without encountering tube drag or leakage.
Soft: the flexible frame is seamlessly lined with plush fabric so it’s soft on your skin and remains comfortable throughout the night.
Innovative: ground-breaking technologies, extensive user testing, thoughtful design: we did the hard work so you can enjoy a simple, hassle-free experience.
Effective therapy: It delivers excellent performance with high pressure, bilevel and NIV therapies as well as standard CPAP.
Ask your doctor or homecare provider about using ResMed AirFit N20 to treat your sleep apnoea. If you think you might have sleep apnoea but haven't been diagnosed, discuss your concerns with your doctor.