Once the proper PAP therapy option is identified, choosing a Patient Interface or Mask is the next critical step.
Studies have demonstrated that appropriate selection of the mask is a major factor in sleep therapy success.
For patients with sleep apnea, there are four key criteria that should be taken into account when selecting a mask:
(1) the patient’s medical condition,
(2) the patient’s facial morphology,
(3) patient’s psychosocial issues, and
(4) personal preference
At our clinic, we provide a complete line of nasal, full-face and minimal-contact masks that reflects our promise in achieving optimal comfort level to patients.
Click here for the detailed list of Mask options
– Ultrafine filters
– Pollen filters